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Nepal factsheet

Nepal's unique combination of climate, vegetation and geological features creates a range of locations that will suit any filming requirement. There is a vivid kaleidoscope of landscapes and magnificent historical sites, as well as temple, misty mountain retreats, colorful people, rich cultures and festivities.


Nepal is a narrow strip of elongated rectangle or distorted brick shaped territory dividing India from China. Extending at a length of about 885 km SE-NW and width of 193 km NE-SW, in its length lie some 800 km if the Himalayan mountain chain. In the uncommonly diverse geography of Nepal, the highest point is Mt Everest (8848m), which is also the world’s highest peak and the lowest point is Kechana which is only 60m above the sea level. Nepal is ecologically divided into Mountain, Hills and Terai regions.These ecological belts run east- west and are vertically intersected by Nepal’s major north-to-south flowing river systems.

Time zone

Nepal is five hours and forty five minutes (+5:45) ahead of the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)


Except Indians all need a visa to enter Nepal. The correct Visa type for shooting purposes is a tourist Visa. Processing time varies from 48 hours on a rush-request to 7 working days. You should have your permission from the Ministry of foreign relations afire, Nepal in-hand before applying for a tourist visa. We will guide you through the process.

Importing of Equipment

Equipment can come in on cargo.

Cell phones

Phones in Nepal function on GSM and CDMA mode. If you have a Tri-Band phone you should be able to make and receive calls in Nepal. We recommend using a local sim-card, as that is far more economical.


Nepal hosts some of the best hotels in the world. We will ensure that you receive the best rates at most hotels.

Weather Conditions

Monsoon is from June to September. The hottest months of the year are April to June in Western & Southern Nepal and May to July in Northern Nepal. Winter is colder the closer you get to the Tropic of Cancer. Snow starts from the middle ranges of the Himalayas.


Nepal has many domestic airports all over the country, but there is only one international airport namely,  International Airport ( I A ), in Kathmandu.


We don’t recommend that foreigners drive themselves. When you rent a car in Nepal, it comes with a driver. That is the safest way to travel.

Country of mt. Everest

Mount Everest, also known in Nepal as Sagarmatha and in Tibet as Chomolungma, is Earth's highest mountain. It is located in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas. Its peak is 8,848 metres (29,029 ft) above sea level[1] and is the 5th furthest summit from the center of Earth.[6] The international border between China and Nepal runs across the precise summit point. Its massif includes neighboring peaks Lhotse, 8,516 m (27,940 ft); Nuptse, 7,855 m (25,771 ft) and Changtse, 7,580 m (24,870 ft).

8 Peks Above 8 Thousands Meter

Amoung the The World's 14 Highest Mountain Peaks (above 8,000 meters) Nepal Cover 8 Peak .Tourism is one of the major income source of Nepalese economy. Nepal Government is also taking interest to open the new and restricted trekking areas and virgin peaks for the summit. Due to this, many trekkers and climbers are being excited to visit Nepal.

7 World Heritage Sights Within 20 km Radius

The small area of Nepal holds a considerably high number of places recognized by UNESCO as “World Heritage Sites”. The list includes both natural as well as cultural sites. There are all together ten World Heritage Sites in Nepal, out of eight cultural heritage sites, seven of them which glorify the Kathmandu Valley. Nepal is one of the few countries in the world where seven World Heritage Sites are situated within a 20 km. radius. Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, Bouddhanath Stupa, Changu Narayan Temple are within the valley whereas the birth place of Lord Buddha, Lumbini is the only cultural Heritage site outside the valley. Everest (Sagarmatha) National Park and Chitwan National Park are the two natural heritage sites.

The Birth Place of Lord Buddha

Siddhartha Gautama, the Lord Buddha, was born in 623 B.C. in the famous gardens of Lumbini, which soon became a place of pilgrimage. Among the pilgrims was the Indian emperor Ashoka, who erected one of his commemorative pillars there. The site is now being developed as a Buddhist pilgrimage centre, where the archaeological remains associated with the birth of the Lord Buddha form a central feature.

Land of Gurkhas

The Gurkhas also spelled as Gorkhas, are soldiers from Nepal. Historically, the terms "Gurkha" and "Gorkhali" were synonymous with "Nepali," and derived from the hill town and district of Gorkha from which the Kingdom of Nepal expanded. Legend has it that the name may be traced to the medieval Hindu warrior-saint Guru Gorakhnath who has a historic shrine in Gorkha.  Gurkhas are traditionally recruited from various Nepali hill ethnicities, but do not come from a single group or region in the multi-ethnic country.

White Water Rafting

Nepal has many rivers for you to explore: Trishuli River (rafting for 1 up to 3 days), Seti River (rafting trip 2 days), Bhote Koshi River (rafting 2 days), Kali Gandaki River (rafting 3 days), Marsyandi River (rafting/kayaking 2 days), Sun Koshi River (rafting 7 to 9 days), Arun River (rafting adventure 9 days), Karnali River (whitewater rafting 10 days), Tamur River (rafting adventure 11 days). On these rivers you will find the world's most thrilling whitewater with a wide range of difficulties, warm water and bug free beaches for camping. All this makes a wealth of unlimited opportunities for great river rafting, kayaking, climbing, mountaineering, biking, hiking and ever popular trekking adventures in Nepal. Nepal has something to offer to everyone.

We are proud to share our wonderful country, culture and our many years of experience in this field with you and give you an excellent opportunity to explore the remote countryside which is never possible without river trips.


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