Nepal Airlines the national flag carrier of Nepal and other international airlines operate flight to Kathmandu from Bangkok, Colombo, Calcutta, Delhi, Dhaka, Dubai, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Karachi, Lhasa, London, Osaka, Paris, Paro, Singapore, Moscow and Varanasi.
Kathmandu, capital of Nepal is connected with India through the fertile plains of the Terai by the most picturesque highway. Facilities of exchange are available at the point of entry. There are regular day and night bus services from Kathmandu to all the major entry and exit points. The bus fare is comparatively cheap. The entry points at Nepal – India border are: Kakarbhitta, Birgunj, Belahiya (Bhairahawa) Nepalgunj, Dhangadi and Mahendra nagar. The mountainous Arniko Rajmarga (Kathmandui - Kodari Highway) links Kathmandu with the Tibet Region of the People’s Republic of China to the north.
Pokhara valley is linked with Kathmandu by a picturesque mountain highway, Prithivi Rajmarga, Pokhara, 200 Kilometers west from Kathmandu, is also linked with the Indian border town of Sunauli by another highway named Siddartha Rajmarga. One can drive from Kathmandu right to the far eastern border of Nepal through Mahendra Rajmarga also known as East – West Highway.