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Pokhara

If Kathmandu is the cultural hub of Nepal, Pokhara is its centre of adventure. An enchanting city nestled in a tranquil valley; it is an extraordinarily beautiful place. The green valley is dotted with lakes, its gentle climate nurturing a variety of flowers. The lush tropical setting is backed by some of the world’s highest peaks: Dhaulagiri, the Annapurna range, Manaslu, Himalchuli, and most spectacular of all, Macchapuchare, the ‘Fishtail’.

Pokhara lies in the very heart of Central Nepal, and its population is representative of the ethnic patchwork of the region. This is the land of the Magars and Gurungs, as well as the Thakalis, who are known for their entrepreneurship. As successive dynasties fell prey to their own troubles, Pokhara Valley and the surrounding hills disintegrated into small kingdoms called Chaubise Rajya or the Twenty-four Kingdoms. It was amidst this political instability that Kulmandan Shah established his kingdom. His descendant Drabya Shah was the first to establish Gorkha, which produced the legendary Gorkha warriors. Pokhara was once along the vibrant trade route from India to Tibet. Even now, mule trains bearing goods from remote Himalayan regions can be seen camping on the outskirts of town.

Janakpur

Janakpur, popular as Janakpurdham among the pious Hindus holds a significant place in the cultural geography of Nepal. The classic capital of Rajarshi (Sage King) Janak now enjoys the status of famous pilgrims. Located in mid-south on the border of India, this city is renowned for many reasons. First, there is a zone (administrative boundary) in the country named after it as Janakpur. And recently it has developed into a trade and industrial center. Moreover, it is the center of reverence of the entire Hindu world owing to its religious and historical importance for being the holy land where Goddess Sita or Janaki, Lord Ram’s consort was born. The most important historical reference to Mithila/Janakpurdham is in the Hindu epic Ramayana, where Lord Rama's wife Sita Devi (also called Janaki) is said to have been the princess of Videha. Her father, King Janak, found baby Sita in a furrow of a field and raised her as his daughter. When she grew up, the king announced that she should be wed by whoever was able to string the divine bow of Shiva. Though many royal suitors tried, Lord Rama, prince of Ayodhya, alone could even lift the bow. As Rama and Sita are major figures in Hinduism, Janakpurdham is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus

Janakpur lies between 26041’47”N to 26045’9”N and 85054’9”E to 85057’22”E and situated at distance of 390km to the southeast of Kathmandu. The municipal extension of Janakpur covers on area of 260830 hectare with a population of 80734. According to record of the municipality it constituted in the 1967 AD, there has been an increase in the area and population of Janakpur during last decade increased due to rapid growth of Industry and commerce and administration. Janakpur is accessible by both land and air. It has an all weather airport. There are regular internal (domestic) flights from Kathmandu linking other domestic and international flights.

Jomsom

Jomsom, (2,713m) is important for its strategic position along the popular Around Annapurna (Circuit) Trek route. It is also the starting point for many interesting treks like the Kagbeni, Marpha, Muktinath and Mustang treks. The Jomsom Trek is known for splendid mountain views and some of the best trekking hotels are found on this route. Jomsom is the capital and administration headquarters of Mustang district, which stretches from the Tibetan border to Ghasa along the Kali Gandaki river. The deepest gorge in the world lies here along the Kali Gandaki as the river passes between two eight thousanders, Mt Annapurna and Mt Dhaulagiri.

From Jomsom you can enjoy the views of the Nilgiri peaks as well as Dhaulagiri, the sixth highest mountain in the world. Most of the hotels, along this trek route, are run by people of the Thakali tribes. They are mostly found in the mountainous regions between Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. Jomsom is the last Thakali village and there is a hospital here. This trek is interesting for the change in terrain as you climb higher. The higher altitudes around Jomsom are marked by sparse vegetation and dry climate while the lower regions near Pokhara are lush green terraced hillsides. As you go higher, you will notice a remarkable change in the culture of the local populace. The inhabitants of the lower regions are Hindus while those in the upper mountainous regions are Buddhists. People who live in the highest regions of Nepal seem more Tibetan than Nepali. Treks to Jomsom start from Naya Pul, which is an hour's drive from Pokhara. You can also drive on to Baglung and start the trek there and avoid a steep climb. You can trek to Jomsom and back in fourteen days. If your trek starts from Jomsom there are regular flights taking off from Pokhara for Jomsom. They leave in the early morning as later the high winds make flying impossible in the region.

Phaplu

The Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal is famous because Solu Khumbu region is the land of spectacular mountains that holds the world’s ten highest peaks including Mt. Everest the world’s highest peak (8848m.), SAGARMATHA” in Nepali-“Higher than the sky” and “CHHOMOLUNGMA” in Sherpa “Mother Goddess of the Earth”. Solu Khumbu is justifiable famous, not only for its proximity to the world’s highest mountain but also for sweeping glaciers, magnificent mountains, forests, animals, birds, monasteries and is the home of the world famous Sherpa people. Khumbu region lies inside Sagarmatha National Park and Buffer zone that is rich flora and faunas but the existence of the Yeti remains a mystery. Khumbu region inside Sagarmatha National Park is famous for trekking and mountaineering since the first attempt of Mt. Everest in 1953 by Sherpa Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary and is equally important for trekking that combines the classic close up views of Everest, dazzling Gokyo lakes and stunning high Himalayan Panorama and to observe the natural and cultural heritage of the Sherpa land.

Lukla

In Sherpa word, Lukla means place with many goats and sheep, however these days, one is not likely to see many roaming around. Lukla is a town in the Khumbu region of eastern Nepal where most people visiting the Himalayas near Mount Everest start their journey. Lukla, at 2,860 metres (9,380 ft.), contains a small airport where most people begin and end their adventure in the region. Lukla airport was built in 1964 by Sir Edmund Hillary as part of his project in Khumbu region in early 60s with views to transport the supplies for the Himalayan Trust projects in the Khumbu region. At that time, Hillary has purchased the farm land on behalf of government of Nepal for a total of $635 quite a substantial sum in that area in those days. Today, somewhere between 90-95% of the foreign nationals who reach Lukla, will arrive by a half hour flight from Kathmandu.

Tumlingtar

Tumlingtar is a region and a city, in Eastern Nepal, between Arun river and Sabha River in Kosi Zone. It is also the deepest valley and biggest Tar (Plain land near the hill) of Nepal. The area is also known for the temple of Hindu goddess, Manakamana, known as Manakamana of Tumlingtar, situated 5 km north from Tumlingtar Airport. As urbanization has been growing here, many people of the surrounding areas are attracted at it now a days. This is the south point from which the bus goes to the district headquarters regularly. It is the best place to start mount kailash tour. Agni operates regular schedule flights to tumlingtar from kathmandu.

Biratnagar

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Bhadrapur

Bhadrapur is a town and municipality in Jhapa District in the Mechi Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 15,210 people residing in 2860 individual households. Agni Air operates regular flights to Bhadrapur from Kathmandu. It is one of the major destination for trekkers who would like to go for trekking to India(Darjeeling).

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Destination Flight # Operation Dept. Arrival US$ NRS Booking
Kathmandu to Lukla AG-201 Daily 06:30 07:00 109   Book Now
Lukla to Kathmandu AG-102 Daily 07:00 07:30 109   Book Now
Kathmandu to Lukla AG-103 Daily 07:30 08:00 109   Book Now
Lukla to Kathmandu AG-104 Daily 08:00 08:30 109   Book Now
Kathmandu to Lukla AG-105 Daily 08:00 08:30 109   Book Now
Lukla to Kathmandu AG-106 Daily 09:00 09:30 76   Book Now
Kathmandu to Biratnagar AG-801 Daily 11:00 11:45 86   Book Now
Biratnagar to Kathmandu AG-802 Daily 12:00 12:45 86   Book Now
Kathmandu to Mountain AG-601 Daily 07:00 08:00 109   Book Now
Mountain to Kathmandu AG-602 Daily 08:15 09:15 109   Book Now
Kathmandu to Phaplu AG-115 4,7 09:30 10:00 109   Book Now
Phaplu to Kathmandu AG-116 4,7 10:00 10:45 109   Book Now
Kathmandu to Tumlingtar AG-201 1,3,4,5,7 12:30 13:10 109   Book Now
Tumlingtar to Kathmandu AG-202 1,3,4,5,7 13:25 14:05 76   Book Now
Kathmandu to Pokhara AG-701 Daily 09:00 09:25 76   Book Now
Pokhara to Kathmandu AG-702 Daily 09:40 10:05 76   Book Now
Kathmandu to Pokhara AG-409 Daily 11:00 11:30 86   Book Now
Pokhara to Kathmandu AG-410 Daily 11:45 12:15 86   Book Now
Kathmandu to Pokhara AG-401 Daily 13:15 13:45 76   Book Now
Kathmandu to Biratnagar AG-803 Daily 16:00 16:40 76   Book Now
Biratnagar to Kathmandu AG-804 Daily 15:00 15:40 76   Book Now
Pokhara to Jomsom AG-403 Daily 06:00 07:00 76   Book Now
Jomsom to Pokhara AG-404 Daily 07:15 08:15 76   Book Now
Jomsom to Pokhara AG-405 Daily 07:15 08:15 76   Book Now

Note: Rs. 170 will be charged on each domastic flight.
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