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Planning for Nepal, know the rules and laws
Planning for Nepal, know the rules and laws
The most important thing to keep in mind when entering Nepal by two wheeler or four wheeler from India, you must have all the documents related to the vehicle including driving license, car paper. After this, first of all you have to go to Nepal's Bhansar office located at the border and get permission to take your vehicle to Nepal. Under which, if you want to go to Bhairawaha, then you can facilitate the vehicle. If you want to go further from Bhairahwa then you have to pay the vehicle bhansara (fee for transporting Indian vehicle to Nepal). While refining the vehicle, keep in mind that you must mention the exact number of days you want to be in Nepal. You need to be back in the Indian border, before the time is over. Otherwise your return may be too heavy for you after the validity of Bhansar has passed.

It is forbidden to take these goods to Nepal

It is strictly forbidden to carry any kind of salmon, cartridges, explosives, intoxicants etc. in the Nepal border even if it is licensed from India. Not only this, it is illegal in Nepal to carry more than necessary items everyday.

Keep these things in mind while driving in Nepal

The Nepal administration is very strict about the traffic rules. There, four-wheelers have to be run at a limited speed with seat belts and two-wheeled vehicle helmets and the side mirrors, horns, headlights, etc. of vehicles are required to be in condition. Paying special attention to the traffic lights at each of the Chowk-intersections of Nepal, the system is considered to be challenged if the vehicle is not followed by following the traffic-indicated zebra line, speed board, parking lot etc.

Tourists throng to these places of Nepal from India

Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha in Nepal, the famous Siddha Baba Temple located in Butwal, Janakpur Dham in Janakpur, Phewa Lake, Caves, Sarangkot in Pokhara, Pashupatinath Temple, Bouddhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath Stupa in Kathmandu, Muktinath, Manakamna, etc. are flooded by tourists. Situated in Nepal, this place is very important for tourists to visit.


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