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Visa for Nepal

If you are planning to visit Nepal, you will generally need a visa to enter the country, unless you are a citizen of one of the visa-exempt countries. Here’s some information about obtaining a visa for Nepal:

  1. Visa Types: a. Tourist Visa: This visa is for individuals visiting Nepal for tourism purposes. b. Business Visa: This visa is for individuals visiting Nepal for business-related activities. c. Other Visa Types: Nepal also offers visas for purposes such as study, work, and diplomatic/official visits. The specific requirements may vary for these types of visas.
  2. Visa Exemption: Citizens of certain countries do not require a visa to enter Nepal for a specified duration. These countries include India, Bangladesh, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and some other neighboring countries. The duration of visa-free stay can vary, so it’s important to check the latest regulations.
  3. Visa on Arrival: For most travelers, the easiest way to obtain a visa for Nepal is to apply for a Visa on Arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or at various land border crossings. The process involves filling out an application form, providing a passport-sized photo, and paying the visa fee in cash (USD or other major currencies are accepted). It is advisable to carry the exact amount of cash for the visa fee.
  4. Pre-Arranged Visa: If you prefer to have your visa arranged in advance or if you are not eligible for a Visa on Arrival, you can apply for a visa at a Nepalese embassy or consulate in your home country. Contact the nearest Nepalese diplomatic mission for specific requirements, application forms, and processing times.
  5. Visa Extension: If you plan to stay in Nepal for longer than the duration allowed by your visa, you can extend your visa at the Department of Immigration in Kathmandu or its regional offices. Visa extensions are typically granted for a maximum of 150 days per visa year (January to December).
  6. Required Documents: a. Valid passport with a minimum of six months validity from the intended date of entry. b. Completed visa application form (available at entry points or consulates/embassies). c. Passport-sized photograph(s) as per the requirements. d. Visa fee in cash (USD or other major currencies). e. Supporting documents, such as travel itinerary, hotel bookings, return flight tickets, and evidence of sufficient funds to cover your stay in Nepal.

It is advisable to check with the Embassy of Nepal or consulates in your home country or visit the official website of the Department of Immigration of Nepal for the most up-to-date and detailed information on visa requirements, fees, and application procedures.

Please note that visa requirements and regulations can change, so it’s always a good idea to verify the information closer to your travel date to ensure a smooth entry into Nepal.

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