Currency Exchange rate in Nepal

Currency & Exchange In Nepal; The currency of Nepal is called Nepalese rupee. Nepalese rupee is different from the other rupee are used in Indian sub continent countries like Indian rupee, Sri Lankan rupee, Pakistani rupee. The issuance of Nepalese currency is Nepal Rastra Bank. This is the central bank of Nepal. Currency of Nepal is universally recognized and can be converted in any currency. They can be converted at money exchange counters and commercial banks. There are lots of money-exchange counters and banks in Nepal. This includes both Government affiliated and private operated ones. You can find money-exchangers in every corner of big cities such as Kathmandu and Pokhara. In smaller towns too, there are solitary money exchanges.

Currency & Exchange Rate Exchange Rate : Open Market Exchange Rates


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Restricted area Permits

Nepal’s restricted areas Permits fees is considered to reduce by 50 percent

The government of Nepal has started homework to reduce the restricted area trekking permits fees for foreigner’s traveler by up to 50 percent, targeting the visit Nepal 2020. The Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation are considering to reduce the Permits Cost on the restricted areas mainly connected […]