Travelling to Nepal
If you are travelling to Nepal for business or leisure you will require a visa to enter. Please note that the granting of any Nepalese Visa is dependent upon consular discretion.
Passports and other documents accepted for entry must be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the arrival date.
Except for Passengers traveling as tourist can obtain a visa on arrival for a maximum stay of 90 days.
Not applicable to nationals of Kenya traveling with a temporary passport, who must obtain a visa
- Valid original Passport
- Photocopies of passport relevant pages
- One (1) application form duly completed & signed
- One (1) recent passport size photo for visa application ; 35 mm x 45 mm colored borderless photo for passport renewal
- An Airline’s print out on a return air ticket or a confirmed hotel reservation from Nepal, for Tourist purposes
- Signed letter from Employer stating purpose of travelling
- Signed invitation letter or formal notification from Company / Workshop / Seminar / Conference explaining purpose of visit & addresses in Nepal, indicating who is going to pay for the expenses / accommodation
- Proof of sufficient funds or evidence of maintenance in host country
- Consulate requires 1 weeks to process Visa if approved and subject to paying all fees in advance, which is NON-REFUNDABLE
- Single Entry Visa US$ 40.00 for 15 days ; US $ 60 for 30 days ; US $ 125 for 180 days
- There is no legal right to a visa. A visa is not a guarantee to enter Nepal. The final approval remains the competence of the Immigration Office at the border of Nepal.
Extension of tourist stay (up to 150 days)
Vaccination against yellow fever required if arriving within 6 days after leaving or transiting countries with risk of yellow fever transmission.
Flights to Nepal
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