How To Reach Nepal From Pune
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Pune To Nepal Distance
|Distance||By Air||By Road||By Train||By Sea|
|Pune to Nepal||N/A||8.0 hours||N/A||N/A||N/A|
The easiest way to go from Pune to Nepal is by flight. If there is a vacancy, one can easily get one-stop flights between Pune and Kathmandu. Other feasible options are roadway and railway. But they are not as convenient as flights, neither as fast.
From Pune Airport located about 10 km from the city, there are frequent flights to Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport. There are no direct flights between the two cities. But since flights are by far the best option, the little bit of waiting during the layovers are acceptable. As for road trips, all the border points of Nepal are quite far away from Pune. Sunauli near Gorakhpur is the nearest one, followed by Raxaul in Bihar.
Here is how to reach Nepal from Pune via different means of transport.
By Air: Jet Airways and Indigo Airlines fly the fastest Pune to Nepal flights on all days of the week. The flight duration is around 8 hours 20-30 minutes on an average. Air India has flights to Nepal as well from Pune, but the flight time is more due to a longer layover. All these flights are connecting via Delhi.
By Road: Pune to Nepal distance by the roadway is around 2000 km and takes almost 40 hours to make the journey. Although it is possible, the time and effort of going Pune to Nepal by road are not quite worth it.
By Rail: There is no direct Pune to Nepal train. But a popular route is to take the Gyan Ganga Express to Muzaffarpur, take another connecting train to Raxaul in Bihar at the Nepal border and cross over to Birgunj.
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FAQ's of Nepal
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Travellers can travel via bus, car or flights. However, flights do get delayed now and then.
Yes. The guides understand and speak English, Hindi and Nepali.
If you are on a vacation, you can include Pokhara, Kathmandu and Chitawan National Park in your itinerary.
No. Indians don't need a visa to visit Nepal. However, an ID proof is needed for verification.
Yes. Nepal is absolutely safe for solo travelling. It is considered as one of the most peaceful countries in the world.
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