Transportation and Getting Around
Tribhuvan International Airport, which is located in Kathmandu, is the only international airport in Nepal. A network of domestic flights link from Kathmandu to Major towns including Pokhara, Lukla, Jomsom, Bharatpur, Nepaljung, Biratnagar, Bhairahawa, Janakpur, Dhangadhi, and Jumla among many others. Many of these flights offer spectacular views across the Himalayas. However, because of changing weather conditions, there are often the last-minute delays and cancellations.

Nepal Airlines operates an extensive range of scheduled internal flights including to the trailheads for the main trekking routes. Buddha Air, Yeti Airlines, Cosmic Air, Gorkha Airlines and Skylines Airways are some of the popular domestic airlines in Nepal. Helicopters can be chartered for various purposes.

Nepal Railways Corporation operates a freight and passenger services in the eastern Terai. But, tourists are not allowed to cross the border into Tibet on the passenger train. Traffic drives on the left. And the interior parts of the country are linked with a number of sealed roads. The road system is of unpredictable quality. Many of the mountain and hill roads are impassable during the monsoon (June to September). It is better to travel on private vehicles. There are frequent bus accidents with multiple fatalities. The roads in Nepal are often poorly maintained. And driving standards are variable and adherence to traffic laws is poor.

You can hire private vehicles including Bicycles, Motorcycles, Vans, Cars, Bus, Hiaces, and so on.