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The first thing that comes to everyones mind before going to this beautiful place is how to reach Nepal. The answer is pretty straightforward as you can visit the city by taking any one of the three modes of transport. How to get there by Air: Kathmandus Tribhuvan International is the only international airport in the country of Nepal. The airport has flights operational to and from various destinations all across the globe. Within Nepal, the entire country is connected through air, even though by small aircrafts at most places with smaller runways. How to get there by Road : The Indian Border is a great way to reach Nepal by road. The various places of entering Nepal are Kakkarbhitta (West Bengal), Biratnagar (Bihar), Birgunj (Bihar), Sunauli, Nepalgunj, Dhanagadi and Mahendranagar (all across the border from Uttar Pradesh). One can drive in by a cab or a car. Tehre are also bus services available that enter Nepal at Biratnagar, the second largest city in Nepal after Kathmandu. Indians do not need a visa to enter into Nepal. Visitors from other nationalities require a Visa. None of the entry points has a provision for Visa. How to get there by Rail: A rail route between Nepal and India has been operational for the past 13 years. The journey begins at Jaynagar in Bihar and commences at the Janakpur Dham in Nepal. This is a narrow gauge line. It is the only rail system that was gifted by the former Prime Minister of India, P.V. Narsimha Rao in 1994. Find detailed information about how to reach Nepal by Train, Bus, air, flight timing and schedule. Read reviews, details to know how to reach Nepal & get information about Nepal.