Gyirong Border

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Whether you are looking for Gyirong Border Jeep Rental or Land cruiser hire on a budget, or you want to rent a luxury car for a special event, Kathmandu Car Services will have the rental jeep for you.

The Kerung Border is the most popular entry point from China to Nepal. The Gyirong border (Kyirong) is located 70 kilometres (43 mi) south of the county seat Zongga and roughly 25 km (16 mi) north of Rasuwa on the China-Nepal border.

There to check foreign nationals entering the country from Nepal, and to check out those heading from China to Nepal. The Resuo Bridge is the actual crossing point of both the Trishuli river. The International border between Nepal and China Kerung port with Rasuwagadhi Fort on the Nepali side of the border.

Traveling from Kathmandu to Gyirong Port is a journey that takes more than six hours and takes you up into the Himalayas. There are two ways to get to Gyirong boarder from Kathmandu. The route to Gyirong Port from Kathmandu starts well, along a well-paved road that heads northwest out of the city, until you reach the town of Burang.

From there, the road gets gradually worse, degenerating into little more than a gravel and dirt track. However, this small track carries large buses and trucks along its length daily and is well used.

However, it is narrow in many places, so you should expect delays while traffic passes each other going in opposite directions.

Once you’ve arrived at the Gyirong port in Nepal, your next step is searching for a suitable jeep rental agency. Kathmandu Car Services is one of the major and reliable car rental company in Nepal that can help you rent any kind of jeep from Kerung to your destination or vice versa.


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