NEPAL VISA INFORMATION
Outside Nepal, visa can be obtain from Nepal Embassy or Nepalese Diplomatic Mission and inside Nepal you can obtain visa on arrival at TIA (Tribhuvan International Airport) Kathmandu and border entry points Kakarbhitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Dhangadi, Gaddachauki on the Nepal-India border and Kodari on the Nepal- Chinaborder. For the renewal of visa you can go to Department of Immigration.
+ Few sets of passport size photo with light background.
+ Visa can be obtained after the payment of cash. Payment should be made through following currency only: Euro, Swiss, Franc, Pound Sterling, US Dollar, Canadian dollar, Australian Dollar, Hong Kong Dollar, Singapore Dollar and Japanese Yen.
+ Credit card, Indian currency and Nepalese currency are not accepted at the time of payment for visa.
On Arrival Visa Fee
+ 15 Days – 25 USD or equivalent currency
+ 30 Days – 40 USD or equivalent currency
+ 90 Days – 100 USD or equivalent currency
Gratis Visa (Visa For Free)
+ Children below 10 Years
+ For 30 days SAARC citizen visiting Nepal for the first time in one visa year (January to December) is given gratis visa.
+ Indian nationals do not require visa to enter Nepal but as per Nepal Immigration Indian nationals travelling through air must possess passport or election commission card.
Other Visa Information
Nationals from Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine and Afghanistan are not eligible for visa ‘on arrival’ at immigration entry points of Nepal.
Tourist can stay for maximum period of 150 days in a visa year (1st January to 31st December)
Backpack (depend upon availability of porter)
Woollen socks ( pair of varying thickness)
Lightweight trekking pants
– Water and wind proof jackets/ pants
– Heavy down jacket
– Heavy weight pants for high evacuation
– Winter hats and gloves
– Sleeping bag and pad
– Silk liner sleeping bags and gloves
– Water purification
– Water bottles at least 3 litres
– Baseball cap for protecting sun light
– Hiking poles
– Head lamp with extra batteries
– Notepad and pens
– Camera with extra batteries
– Day-pack for personal accessories, rain jackets, snacks and camera etc
– Heavy duffel bag
– Toiletries ( toothbrush, tooth paste, antiperspirant, floss etc)
– Hand sanitizer
– Body lotion and sunscreen
– Biodegradable bar soap and washing liquid
– Face and body wipes
– Throat lozenges and lip balm
– Medications (Ibuprofen, others if necessary)
– Duct tape for fast and temporary treatment.
– First Aid Kit with moleskin for blisters.
– Extra photo copies of your passport, passport size photos and extra pages of passport
Travel insurance is compulsory for all travelers before making any trip. Master Himalaya strongly recommends travel insurance for those who are willing to travel Nepal. Your travel insurance must cover accidents, injury, illness and death medical expenses, including any related to pre-existing medical conditions, emergency repatriation (including helicopter rescue and air ambulance where applicable) and personal liability as per travel insurance policy. It is necessary to ensure your travel insurance while travelling to Nepal because extra charter flight and extra services might be costly in case of unforeseen circumstances.