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UK - Nepal return flights from £300.00 January- 31st March 2017 @ Momondo

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Credit goes to secretflying Depart: London: £300 Manchester: £313 Inverness: £331 Glasgow: £389 DEPART: London/Manchester/Inverness/Glasgow, UK ARRIVE: Kathmandu, Nepal R… Read More
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Depart:

London: £300

Manchester: £313

Inverness: £331

Glasgow: £389

DEPART:

London/Manchester/Inverness/Glasgow, UK

ARRIVE:

Kathmandu, Nepal

RETURN:

London/Manchester/Inverness/Glasgow, UK

DATES:

Availability from January to March 2017

Example dates:

London – Kathmandu: £300

8th-17th Jan

10th-19th Jan

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22nd-31st Jan

26th Jan – 4th Feb

31st Jan – 9th Feb

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20th Feb – 1st Mar

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6th-15th Mar

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20th-29th Mar

Manchester – Kathmandu: £313

9th-18th Jan

17th-26th Jan

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25th Jan – 3rd Feb

31st Jan – 9th Feb

2nd-11th Feb

14th-23rd Feb

28th Feb – 9th Mar

2nd-11th Mar

6th-15th Mar

8th-17th Mar

Inverness – Kathmandu: £331

15th-24th Jan

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29th Jan – 7th Feb

31st Jan – 9th Feb

6th-15th Feb

12th-21st Feb

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4th-13th Mar

10th-19th Mar

12th-21st Mar

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Glasgow – Kathmandu: £389

23rd Jan – 1st Feb

6th-15th Feb

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1 Like #1
surprised its cheaper from inverness than Glasgow. I fact, I'm surprised you can fly to Nepal from inverness.
7 Likes #2
It's been my life's privilege to be able to travel across the globe and I can say with no prejudice that Nepal is the greatest country I've ever visited.

March will show you the great nature the country has to offer as the indigenous plants bloom, however vast expanses of mountains will be swathed in the haze of spring/summer so bear that in mind.

Take passport photos with you as you receive your visa on arrival.

Make sure you fly to Pokhara and take in the most magnificent lake, Lake Fewa and the spectacular views of the Fish Tail mountain (Machapuchare).

I'm returning again in October and I'll keep going back as long as my body lets me.
#3
Deedie
surprised its cheaper from inverness than Glasgow. I fact, I'm surprised you can fly to Nepal from inverness.

It'd have to be cheaper, takes 43hrs with two changes!

Edited By: Tapasman on Dec 13, 2016 09:59
#4
cold for me. can't see a theme park for the kids :)
#5
Tapasman
Deedie
surprised its cheaper from inverness than Glasgow. I fact, I'm surprised you can fly to Nepal from inverness.
It'd have to be cheaper, takes 43hrs with two changes!

makes sense now lol.
#6
Is 8 days enough time to see anything other than KT though? Never been but if I do I reckon even 3 weeks may not be enough to do some decent trekking?
#7
toiletseatlicker
Is 8 days enough time to see anything other than KT though? Never been but if I do I reckon even 3 weeks may not be enough to do some decent trekking?
yes 8 days will give you enough time to see a few places
#8
toiletseatlicker
Is 8 days enough time to see anything other than KT though? Never been but if I do I reckon even 3 weeks may not be enough to do some decent trekking?
Because it's a long and expensive flight, I personally wouldn't go for 8 days. I would like to do /see few things when I was there.
#9
pinacolada123
toiletseatlicker
Is 8 days enough time to see anything other than KT though? Never been but if I do I reckon even 3 weeks may not be enough to do some decent trekking?
Because it's a long and expensive flight, I personally wouldn't go for 8 days. I would like to do /see few things when I was there.
You won't be able to do a decent trek and see KTM or Pokhara.
#10
Deedie
surprised its cheaper from inverness than Glasgow. I fact, I'm surprised you can fly to Nepal from inverness.
there is reduced airport stamp duty from there for international flights.
#11
toiletseatlicker
Is 8 days enough time to see anything other than KT though? Never been but if I do I reckon even 3 weeks may not be enough to do some decent trekking?


In my last visit we were only there for 4 days whilst on a break from working in Delhi. 2 days in Pokhara (flight is about $100 and 30 mins, the coach takes a day) and a day and a half in KTM. You can't go and pore over each and every mountain, valley and crevasse but you can have a great time and see a lot in 8 days.
#12
Bargain. I paid around £800 for a flight in October this year. Stunning country, great people, and I loved Kathmandu city, its just nuts :)
#13
Other, more convenient tickets are available for reasonable prices as well! Friday - Sunday (+ 1 week) for £330/350 in mid March, which is quite a good time to go there.
#14
I went in August, paid about £700 so this is a good deal indeed. Go along, it's very cheap when you get there too. Very hospitable people!
#15
Drat - going next October. Good deals.
#16
tawse57
Drat - going next October. Good deals.


Don't worry - that's the best time to go :)
#17
If you plan to go trekking, the later you leave it the better, still pretty nippy, but warms and is busier in March. We nearly got caught out on the Annapurna circuit in Feb..
1 Like #18
I m going share this with my Nepalese takeaway in Cheam where the food has gone downhill and the owner cannot take any criticism! Might be handy as his restaurant is always empty these days
1 Like #19
These flights are so cheap compared to what I paid a couple of years ago. I've seen same price on other sites (without it taking 43 hours). I'm planning Everest Base Camp in April/May, hope there's some good flight deals then. Kathmandu is just great, so different. But there's been more avalanches lately near Everest, wonder if that's why the flight prices have fallen.
#20
Deedie
surprised its cheaper from inverness than Glasgow. I fact, I'm surprised you can fly to Nepal from inverness.


Likewise. Used to be a tiny Airport , surprised if flight is direct. Heat added as great price.
1 Like #21
I'd go for two weeks, 8 days would be a bit of a rush, even with Pokhara flights. That's an assumption you want to do some trekking obviously.

March is a fairly decent time to go trekking but as above, you'll get haze and it's better to go in Sep/Oct if you want the best views. Also the route into the Annapurna Sanctuary is fairly prone to nasty weather during the early part of the year. Still, you can do a good loop from Pokhara and have enough time left over to chill by the lake and see some sights. Everest region needs a lot more planning due to the high altitude and short trekking days.
#22
adamnsu
I m going share this with my Nepalese takeaway in Cheam where the food has gone downhill and the owner cannot take any criticism! Might be handy as his restaurant is always empty these days


And that'll improve your food???
[Travel Expert] 1 Like #23
In 8 days you could probably spend some time in Kathmandu and then head to Chitwan or Pokhora.

Spent just over 3 weeks in Nepal, before the earthquake, it's still on of my favourite places. If you are looking for somewhere peaceful to stay but walking distance to Thamel check out Tings Tea Lounge in Lazimplat. Beautiful and tranquil for pre/post trek but easy to find with taxis etc as it's near the Nepali Chulo restaurant which I think is quite popular.
1 Like #24
Gollywood
adamnsu
I m going share this with my Nepalese takeaway in Cheam where the food has gone downhill and the owner cannot take any criticism! Might be handy as his restaurant is always empty these days
And that'll improve your food???

Don't tell me you didn't understand. He just wants them gone :)
#25
ndl
Gollywood
adamnsu
I m going share this with my Nepalese takeaway in Cheam where the food has gone downhill and the owner cannot take any criticism! Might be handy as his restaurant is always empty these days
And that'll improve your food???

Don't tell me you didn't understand. He just wants them gone :)


I didn't understand if I am honest.

But I should've sussed it post-Brexit!
#26
I don't have enough days left in 2017 for holidays :/ Two weeks ago, I would have been all over this, but I can't make it work now. When you leave on Friday night, you arrive on Saturday night and I can't justify Nepal for just 7 days ... Also, I don't think you can book these direct with the airline, only through 3rd party...
#27
daanuk
It's been my life's privilege to be able to travel across the globe and I can say with no prejudice that Nepal is the greatest country I've ever visited.
March will show you the great nature the country has to offer as the indigenous plants bloom, however vast expanses of mountains will be swathed in the haze of spring/summer so bear that in mind.
Take passport photos with you as you receive your visa on arrival.
Make sure you fly to Pokhara and take in the most magnificent lake, Lake Fewa and the spectacular views of the Fish Tail mountain (Machapuchare).
I'm returning again in October and I'll keep going back as long as my body lets me.
Yes,but did you get to meet the Yeti.:|
#28
adamnsu
I m going share this with my Nepalese takeaway in Cheam where the food has gone downhill and the owner cannot take any criticism! Might be handy as his restaurant is always empty these days
Never knew there was a Nepalese takeaway in Cheam....until now.
They all say Indian restaurants.:|
#29
Super hot, wish I had enough annual leave left
#30
i went there in 2011 for a month to climb Mera Peak. Nepal is all about the trekking and you also take a flight to Lukla Airport which is the world's most dangerous. Kathmandu was a total dive though

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