Both - internet cafes are throughout Thamel (tourist end of Kathmandu) and Pokhara's Lakeside. Also nowadays every hotel has wifi and nearly every restaurant in the main towns. almost 7 years agoAnswered by mamade via WorldNomads.com
Internet cafes are everywhere in Nepal but their surfing speed leaves a lot to be desired as they are still using dial up Internet connection. Very few places have broadband access so you may have to put up with agonizingly slow download and upload reception if you had been used to broadband or fibre optic speed. Prices varies in different towns but usually cost around NPR50 an hour, about US$1/-
As Nepal is still a third world country, their infrastructure especially in terms of digital technology, cannot match first world standards so you need to have plenty of patience when you surf.
Hopefully, in the near future Nepal can catch up soon. almost 7 years ago