Nepal Entry & Exit Requirements During Covid Pandemic

February 14, 2021 / by Navaraj

As Nepal prepares to re-open country post Covid-19 Pandemic halt, the government has eased and published the following entry, exit & visa regulations

  1. Nepal government has announced the resumption of the tourist visa services from the diplomatic missions abroad.
  2. All foreigners are required to get visa from the diplomatic missions abroad or get recommendation letter from concerned ministry to ensure the upon arrival visa. Please contact us for more details.
  3. Diplomats, foreigners working in international organizations, Non-Resident Nepalese (NRN), foreign passport holder with Nepal as country of origin and their family members and trekkers and mountaineers are exempted.
  4. Passengers originating and/or making United Kingdom as  transit are prohibited to enter Nepal till further notice according to Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN).
  5. All land borders and closed for entry/exit to foreign nationals unless they have special Nepal upon arrival visa recommendation letter.
  6. Tourists entering Nepal should posses PCR Negative report taken 72 hours before their first leg of travel. However children below 5 years are exempt from this requirement.
  7. Tourists need to have at least 7 nights of advance hotel booking (for quarantine). PCR test on 5th day (at your own cost) and are permitted to travel onward if he/she gets negative PCR report.
  8. Covid-19 insurance of minimum USD5000 required for tourists.
  9. While in Nepal you should abide by the safety protocol called upon by local authority.
  10. Although there is no strict rule as of now, it is recommended to wear face mask and face shield while in croud.
  11. Please avoid touching frequently touched areas. Use hand sanitizer before and after you go out of hotel or transportation.
  12. Please keep social distance.

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