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Hi Dear Guest
After my recent trip to Nepal I have thought it would be a good idea to share my experiences in Nepal so that fellow travellers to this magic land may benefit. This is not a travelogue. That is here :
My trip into Nepal started at the Sonali Border in UP. This is one of the most favoured entry point by road traffic due to its proximity to larger Nepali cities. We drove from there to Butwal (24 kms from Sonali) onwards to Kathmandu (240 kms from Butwal) and back to Butwal. From there along the border on the Nepali side to exit at Mahendra nagar.
Entry at Sonali:-
The border is open 24 hours i hear but better to attempt any entry in day time as once you enter Nepal you enter India about 15 years back.
1: On the right hand side 50 feet from the border you will see "Indian Immigration". Nothing to do here for Indians, foreigners need to register here.
2: 15 feet from the Immigration on the left hand side of the road is the Customs office. Declare all electronics other than mobiles here. Take a customs release form. They will ask for a bribe. Not required. They cant do anything to screw you over if you dont bribe.
3: Drive into Nepal and 50 feet inside on the left side you will see a 2 room building, a bank in one room and a "bhansali" in the other. The Bhansali is nepal's idea of the RTO. OUtside the room there will be a booth where you will be given a Gate Pass. Take that and enter the room and walk into the next room to give the gate pass and get a permit made out for as many days as you need. Cars are charged 400 NR (Nepali Rupees) a day. Take the permit for at least 1 day additional as if you want to stay longer (you will want to) then the only other place to extend this is in the airport in Kathmandu and if you dont you will be fined heavily. You will need to have at least 2 photocopies of your License and RC ready here. After the permit is made go to the adjoining room and pay the money and entry in two other windows. You will leave with 3 documents from here. A pink reciept for the money, A white day permit, and a gatepass. Keep them safe , will be check regularly.
4: Leave the car parked where it is and walk back about 15 feet to the traffic checkpost on the left of the road where you will need to make an entry and recieve a Temporary License Plate in Nepali. There is no ifficial charge for this but the cops will ask for 300 NR . Negotiate. You will receive a Green Number Plate and a white card, Indian Tourist Vehicles Checking Card. Keep them carefully. Will be checked very often
5: Once you are done here you are free to enter Nepal. Proceed to Butwal, about 24 kms from Sonali. As you enter the town you will reach a roundabout. Go straight. You will see a bus station on the left, Bang opposite it on the right hand side is a broken down sarkari building for the route permit. Enter the compound and go to room number 5 for a route permit. Get a route permit for all places you will go as well as th eplaces you may exit from. This is VERY important and can prove costly if you miss this. Add as many places as possible there is no additional charge for number of places. Once you are done you are set to go. Remember this office is only open from 9 am to 4 pm and Nepal is 15 mins ahead. Shuts on Sat Sun. Plan ahead.You are all set for driving in Nepal !
Driving in Nepal:
1: The roads and rules are similar to India.
2: They drive MUCH better than us. They are more considerate esp wrt high/low beams. Please respect and follow the pattern.
3: On highways, we are used to truckers blinking the right indicator telling you to overtake. Well in Nepal it meas that the trucker can see traffic coming in the opposite direction ! so beware.
4: Fuel bunks are small and dinghy and fuel quality is suspect but you have no choice, ATMs are few and unreliable so stock up on cash.
5: The roads are only undivided two lane and just moderate in condition. The main highway is H1 from that leads to Kathmandu.
6: Keep all papers with you and the Green Number Plate prominent on the wind screen.
7: Keep small change (10's and 5's in NR) for bribes. You will be stopped at every checkpost (there are many) and will be asked to make an entry in the register. That is there way of collecting a 'fee'. Negotiate. Dont be afraid of the guns, they wont use them on you.
8: Stock up on fruits, tho there are many dhabas they are restricted to full thalis only.
9: Meat is meat in Nepal so you may get Pork or Beef or Mutton depending onwhat the cook decides not you. Chicken is expensive but the safest option.
10: People will help with directions. Just ask
11: They have a unique system of checkin gyour speed on the ghats. They will issue you a time card at the first check point ( and get a 'fee' from you ) and will explain how long you need to take to reach the next check post. If you reach earlier , they warn you the first time and fine you the next.
12: Withing Kathmandu park your car at the hotel or parking ( 100 NR a day) and use public transport. Less hassle and easier.
Exiting Nepal at Mahendranagar:
At Mahendranagar you just have to return the license plate and move on to the Indian Border.
1: You will come to a CISF checkpost. A thourough check will ensue and no bribes here.
2: Before you reach the border you will see a small hut belonging to the Irrigation Dept. Get a pass made for 35 Rs to cross the barrage.
3: Next will be customs. Show your customs declaration here and declare any othe goods here. If you have shopped heavily you may need to bribe here.
4: Go ahead and you will reach the Sutlej Beas Barrage. This is open only on special times
6 to 7 am
12 to 2 pm
5 to 6 pm
These were the times when I came in and may change. they do allow you on request. Make it sound lik an emergency. Once you cross the barrage you are back in India for good. !
Some General Points to Consider:
1: Nepalis are friendly and gentle but like any tourist town you will need to haggle.
2: Food is tasty and home cooked. Just be carefull with the coice of meat.
3: Convert Indian Rupees (IC in local lingo) to Nepali Ruppes (NC) often as fuel stations often as for NC. You can use IC freely and the convesion rate is 10 IC = 16 NC. Do not take denominations greater than 100 Rs into Nepal, they are not accepted and if Indian customs catches you with them they may charge you with counterfeiting.
4: Bargain, Bargain, Bargain.
5: Stay away from touts. You can do most things yourself.
6: The cost of repairs in Nepal is high, try to avoid check ups unless vital. Carry oil and spares.
7: Enjoy the scenery and the air
I will post pictures of all the forms once I get time. I will continue to add stuff as I remember. Please let me know if you guys have any questions