The Kingdom of Nepal, high up in the Himalayas is a land-locked sovereign state. The highest point on the earth, Mount Everest stands tall in this kingdom.
The country boasts of over 240 mountain peaks. Nepal gets its foreign exchange through tourism. Over 10,000 Canadians visit Nepal each year and is expected to grow further with the success of Nepal Tourism Year program.
The Canadian Consulate in Nepal is located at Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. The geography of Nepal contributes significantly to the constrained movement of services and goods.
Nepal exports apparels and garments, tea and coffee, carpets, leather products, pulses and oils to Canada.
Canada's aid program in Nepal which began over 50 years ago continues especially in Nepal's plans for water.