Best Nepal Tour Packages for couples, family & group [2023].


Country : Nepal,       State : N/A
Minimum Tour Duration : 04 Nights / 05 Days
Maximum Tour Duration : 11 Nights / 12 Days
Ideal Tour Duration : 06 Nights / 07 Days
Best Time To Visit : March To June / September To December
Top Tourist Attraction : Pashupatinath Temple, Muktinath Temple, Lumbini, Janaki Temple, Sita Vivah Temple, Chitwan National Park, Devi’s Fall, Gupteshwar Cave, Few Lake, Budhaneelkanth, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, & More.

Nepal Tour Packages in 2023


04 Nights / 05 Days Ex Gorakhpur : Pokhara, Muktinath (By Air) & Lumbini

05 Nights / 06 Days Ex Gorakhpur : Pokhara, Muktinath (By Air), Manakamana & Kathmandu

06 Nights / 07 Days Ex Gorakhpur : Pokhara, Muktinath (By Road), Manakamana & Kathmandu

07 Nights / 08 Days Ex Gorakhpur : Pokhara, Muktinath (By Road), Manakamana, Kathmandu & Janakpur

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  Choose Your Best Nepal Tour Package

If you are a resident of Southern India, Western India & Northern India then Sonauli Border is the best choice for you to enter Nepal. If you want to know why the Sonauli border is most suitable for you OR if you are a resident of other parts of India & want to know which border will be suitable for you?, then please check out our following video on YouTube.

  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Can we go to Nepal by own personal car from India?

Yes, you can go to Nepal in your own car. But the following documents are required.

  1. Valid Registration Certificate :- Your vehicle must be legally registered in India & you must have original RC papers at the time you are entering Nepal.
  2. Valid Driving License : – Driver must possess a valid Indian driving license (Permanent Only) for driving a suitable vahicle, i.e on two wheeler’s license you can’t drive four wheeler vehicle. Also your driving license must at least be valid for the period you are in Nepal, & this also must be available with you in oiginal.
  3. Valid Insurance Copy : – Your car should insured & original insurance certificate must be available. Also check whether your insurance is valid in Nepal or not, if not then before you start your travel get your policy endorsed for Nepal from your insurance company. By doing this you will be secured against any accidental damage in Nepal.
  4. Must Take Bhansar :- While entering Nepal through the land border, you must pay the required fee & get Bhansar (Customs) papers from the border.
  5. Must Take Yatayat Anumati :- After getting your bhansar paper you must obtain Yatayat Anumati Patra (Travel Permit) from the relevant office.

If you have all the above documents, then you can go to Nepal in your own car.

What are the travel documents required to travel to Nepal from India?

If you are an Indian citizen then you don’t need VISA to enter Nepal either by Air OR by Road. But if you are a PIO card holder (Person of Indian Origin) then you must get VISA before entering Nepal in any which way.

For any Indian citizen, voter’s ID card & passport are the only documents that prove your nationality as Indian, the rest of other documents like an ADHAR card, PAN Card, or any other such cards is considered as your proof of identity.

So, as the rule says Indian citizens don’t require VISA, so you have to prove that you are an Indian & for this you must carry either voter’s ID Card OR a passport (both in original, xerox copy not accepted).

However, kids of age below 12 years & elders above 65 years are exempted from this rule; they can travel on ADHAR Card provided they are traveling in a group with people who have either voter’s ID cards OR passports. This means if someone travels to Nepal with their kids & parents & these people do not have voter’s ID card OR passport they can enter Nepal on an ADHAR card provided the master passengers have voter’s ID OR passport.

But, we strongly recommend that before booking your flight ticket to Nepal you must re-confirm this with your airline to avoid any last-minute confusion & avoid loss of money.

Passengers are also required to carry a printed copy of the online form (International Traveler Online Arrival Form) to be filled by logging in to

Is RT-PCR test required to travel to Nepal?

If you are fully vaccinated then you do not require to carry RT-PCR test report, provided you have completed your last dose before 14 days of your entry to Nepal.

But if you are partially vaccinated or not vaccinated then you have to carry an RT-PCR test report & test must not be done 72 hrs before your entry time to Nepal, i.e if you are entering Nepal on 04 July at 11 AM, then your report must not be older than 01 July 11.01 AM.

Is Indian rupee accepted in Nepal?

Yes, Indian Currency notes (IC) of denomination Rs 100 & lesser (both new & old) are widely accepted in Nepal. Indian currency notes of Rs 2000 & Rs 500 are not acceptable within Nepal, but these currency notes can be tendered at money exchange counters to buy Nepali currency. (Conversion Rate: 1 Indian Rupee (IC) = 1.60 Nepali Rupee (NC)).

Does Indian debit & credit card work in Nepal?

Yes, debit cards & credit cards issued in India (VISA, Master, Maestro) are accepted at mostly POS (Point of sale) and almost every ATM. But, it is mentioned on the back side of some of these cards “Not for use in Nepal & Bhutan”, so all such cards are not valid for transactions in Nepal.

As a proud Indian, now you can also use a RuPay Debit card in Nepal, as Nepal has become the 4th country after Singapore, UAE & Bhutan to accept the use of RuPay cards.

But we recommend you to use debit OR credit only in case of emergency, as your bank in India will charge you for every transaction in Nepal & charges varies from bank to bank & type of cards. So, before traveling check with your bank regarding international charges.

Does UPI, PayTM, PhonePay & Google Pay work in Nepal?

No, none of these online payment transfer platforms work in Nepal. They cannot be used for making payments in Nepal, because these are linked with your Indian Banks & when you are in Nepal all your transactions would be International transfers & these platforms do not support international payments.

Nepal also has similar kinds of platforms, & one of those is FonePay. So please do not get confused with Indian PhonePay, these two are different platforms.

However, Gateway Payment Service, a payment system operator licensed by Nepal Rastra Bank is working on a plan where Indians can use Google Pay & PayTM to pay in Nepal & Nepalis can use their e-Sewa & Khalti to make payments in India.

Where to exchange money in Nepal?

You can get your Indian Rupee exchanged for Nepali Rupee at local banks in Nepal for the best currency exchange value. Another place where you can get the best value is at currency exchange counters within the city or at the Indo-Nepal borders (in case you are entering by road). Airports are the worst place for currency exchange as you will never get the best value for your money, hence we never recommended it.

Does Indian SIM work in Nepal?

Yes Indian SIM works in Nepal if before travel you have activated international roaming on your number from your service provider. You can make use of your Indian number to make & receive calls from Nepal. Calling charges & data depends on the type of pack provided by your mobile operator, so check it before activating.

We recommend you buy a local Nepali SIM (which costs around INR 200) when you are in Nepal & use this Nepali number to make calls out of Nepal, because in some cases even after activating your international roaming, calling charges may be very high, whereas calling from Nepal to India using Nepali SIM is as low as INR2.50/minute (charges may vary from operator to operator).

Can I make WhatsApp call from Nepal to India?

Yes, you can use your Indian WhatsApp number for making & receiving calls in Nepal. You only have to connect your phone with a wi-fi network (available in hotels & airports) OR use your phone data for the same.

You can also use Facebook messenger to make & receive calls in Nepal.

Why Nepal is worth visiting once in a lifetime?

Nepal has numerous reasons which attract tourists. The top 3 reasons are mentioned below.

1) UNESCO Heritage Sites : Nepal has 04 UNESCO heritage sites i.e Sagarmatha National Park (Natural Site), Chitwan National Park (Natural Site), Kathmandu Valley (Cultural Site) & Lumbini (Cultural Site).

2) Popular Hindu Pilgrimage Sites : Important Hindu pilgrimage sites like Pashupatinath temple (Lord Shiva), Muktinath Temple (Lord Vishnu) & Janakpur (Goddess Sita Temple).

3) Paradise for adventure lovers : Nepal is considered a paradise for adventure lovers. Popular activities are Mountaineering, Rock Climbing, River Rafting, Bungy Jumping, Paragliding, Ultralight Flight & Hot Air ballooning, Trekking & Jungle Safari.

Apart from this Nepal has numerous natural scenic site like Pokhara, Bandipur, Tansen, Nagarkote, Dharan & Daman.

Is Nepal safe for Indian tourists?

Yes, Nepal is a tourist-friendly nation, its law & order are very supportive of tourists. Nepal truly believes in the concept of “Atithi Devo Bhav – Guest is God”. Being an Indian citizen you can connect to Indian Embassy in Kathmandu & immigration offices at the Indo-Nepal border for any assistance.

261 reviews on
Shamprasad Mysore srinivas
Shamprasad Mysore srinivas
Chardham was my 2nd trip with team SafarGenie and I am very satisfied with the service and Coordinators. They were helpful from the very beginning, tried to organize at the best. We were happy with respect to the hotels, food, and the help to transport our luggage. Driver was very professional and friendly. If an extra driver was provided we might have managed to cover a couple of places we missed. Help in booking helicopter tickets would have been a great boost to the trip. Surely recommend it to my friends and family. Thank you for a memorable trip.
Varadarajan Y.S.
Varadarajan Y.S.
Overall, the whole trip was good and pleasant. Accommodation and food was good andcomfortable. We could meet the schedule most of the times. The changeover of the driver in-between affected the trip schedule and we were devoid of visiting few places suggested in the itinerary. Drivers could be more friendly with the passengers and should help them in visiting places. Since, it is a long trip, it is better to have two drivers who can drive in shifts safely.
Shiva Kumar
Shiva Kumar
Well organised, very proactive.
Very nice,very encouraging, very supportive
Rohit Tarang
Rohit Tarang
An awesome trip of Nepal from Gorakhpur. Budget package. All Hotels were beautiful. Driver was very good. Very peaceful and memorable journey.
Ramesh Panchal
Ramesh Panchal
family tour for Nepal was very good experience and it was planned very well. our point of contact Priya was good in providing prompt response. Driver Sahid was very cooperative.
nitika tripathi
nitika tripathi
Excellent management of travel.. even if we fluctuate about our destination they adjust it. They are very flexible.. very helpful.. thank you Safar genie and Thanks Ashutosh...😊
Shailesh Rao
Shailesh Rao
It was nice and pleasent trip. Team and driver they allocated was nice and helpful. Recomemd to others
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