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Nepal Car Renting

Nepal car rental

Nepal car renting is useful on arrival and departure of airports, Indian or Tibetan border, city sightseeing, start and ending place of Annapurna, Everest, and Langtang hiking, the tours of the National Park, Lumbini, Nepalgunj, and Janakpur. Jeep, car, bus, coaster and van, four to thirty-five-seater air-conditioner and non-air-conditioner can rent in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Drivers in tourism field are friendly, professional and knowledgeable. All tourist vehicles are clean, luxuries with a curtain. You should know the entire distance before booking a car. It includes driver's food, accommodation and return trip, whether or not you return. Dear guest, hire those vehicles with a driver at Yeti Trail Adventure with affordable cost.

Nepal car renting offers both short and long time visitors for a day tour in Kathmandu Valley, sunrise tour to Nagarkot, Namo Buddha, Dhulikhel, Kakani, Chobhar, Pharping, and Bhaktapur. An arrival and departure trip in Pokhara, Kathmandu, and Bhairahawa and the trek start and ending place, including Jiri (Everest), Syabrubesi (Langtang Valley), Nayapul (Ghorepani), Besisahar (Annapurna Circuit), Sundarijal (Chisapnai-Nagarkot), and Kalikasthan (Royal Trek) that requires proper vehicles. The choice of Toyota, Maruti, Tata, Suzuki, Santro, Nissan, Skoda, coaster, Kia and Land Cruiser vehicles are available. Entire car journeys offer beautiful landscape. The highway of Nepal has built across the mountain, forest, river valley, and villages. A tourist can also drive with an international driving permit. If you bring your own car by overland, an international custom is required, however, a vehicle older than five years has not allowed.

Most of the towns, including Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Nepalgunj connect with public buses with a fixed price, though local buses are slow, noisy, and uncomfortable. A cycle-rickshaw, motorbike, bicycle and taxi can hire in the Pokhara, Kathmandu, Biratnagar, Butwal, Narayangarh, and Bhairahawa. The vehicles can recognize by the license plates, including the black plate (transportation), red plate (private), white plate (government), green plate (tourist), yellow plate (corporation), and blue plate (embassy). At least 1750000 vehicles have registered in Nepal. The New and Old Bus Park of Kathmandu connects the major towns of Nepal. At least 20330 km roads are in Nepal, including paved, fair weather and gravel. Annually 1800 people kill in the road accident.

Nepal car renting is easy with Yeti Trail Adventure. Nepal has allowed only on the left-hand side drive of a road. Left turns are allowed without stopping. There are not flyover and traffic lights, entire roads are bumpy with its poor management. The people, chickens, cows, dogs, buffalo cross the road without warning. A driver works with the look and goes traffic slogan. All kinds of petroleum import from India, fuel shortages are common. Car runs slow due to the road and traffic, as an example Pokhara to Kathmandu is a 2004 km road, takes 6 hours. A highway can be closed any time due to the political issues, such as Nepal Ban and Chakka Jam. You always note the political situation that affects your departure date. In monsoon season (June to September), few roads potentially close because of the landslide. Taxi is useful for a short trip. Luxurious tourist buses are only available in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan. Call, now in Yeti Trail Adventure to book a car with a driver. A sample of the tourist destination is below.

> Arrival and departure in Kathmandu and Pokhara airport, Mountain flight.

> Full-day, half-day sightseeing, round tour, shopping, dinner, and Pashupatinath tour.

> Picnic, wedding and Trishuli rafting.

> Picks up and drops to Kodari, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Mahendranagar & Nepalgunj border.

> Trekking starting points, such as Jiri, Syabrubesi, Nayapul, Nagarkot, and Sundarijal.

> Tour to Pokhara, Chitwan, Lumbini, Bandipur, Gorkha, and Tansen.

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