Nepal Visa Information
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Visa information in Nepal
According to Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Immigration, on arrival of visitors from the countries like- Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan and Syria do not get visa at the immigration entrance points of Nepal. Tourists from other countries can easily collect visa on arrival at Tribhuban International Airport in Kathmandu or if you are coming in from Tibet and India, you can collect your visa at border immigration offices.
Visa Issuing Authority
The authoritative committees to issue the visa are Immigration Officer at the Port of Entry, Diplomatic mission and Consuls of Nepal.
Duration of Tourist Visa
Tourists from above mentioned countries cannot get visa on arrival from the airport while visitors from other countries can easily collect visa upon arrival. The issued visa may be extended several times yet the extension cannot be done exceeding 150 days in a year from January to December.
Department of Immigration at Kathmandu and Immigration Office at Pokhara are authorized for the extension of the Visa.
Single and multiple entrance facilities are offered with the Visa. Yet, Plain Visa is also obtainable at the time of extension.
You can easily get online application form for the visa which must be submitted to the Immigration Officer at the Port of Entry or Consuls of Nepal aboard or Diplomatic Missions.
In case of application for extending the visa, it must be sent to the Department of Immigration in Kathmandu or Immigration Office at Pokhara.
US $ 25 for 15 days Visa
US$ 40 for 30 days Visa
US$ 100 For 90 days Visa
Multiple Entries fees:
Multiple entry 30 days -US$ 40
Multiple entry 90 days- US$ 100
Free Visa for SAARC countries’ tourists for 30 days
Indian citizens do not require visa but they need show any identity card or passport issued by Indian government, at the entrance point to Nepal.
Visa extension fee
15 days or less = US$30
More than 15 days = US$2 per day
More than 30 days = US $50 for 30 days
Transit visa for Nepal
Any visitor can get a transit visa upon arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu showing plane ticket, confirmation of departure within the period of 3 days from the airport.
Transit visa cost
For 5 days- USD $5
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Below listed are entry and exit points in Nepal
- TIA, Kathmandu
- Kakarvitta, Jhapa
- Birganj, Parsa
- Kodari, Sindhupalchowk
- Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar
- Rashuwagadi, Rashuwa
- Belahia, Bhairahawa
- Jamunaha, Nepalgunj
- Mohana, Dhangadhi
(Note: the information has been collected from Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Immigration)
Embassies/Consulate or Mission abroad.”
Tourist have to follow the certain rules and regulations to get the visa, you can obtain from any of the Nepal Embassies/Consulate or Mission abroad. And you can get the entry clearance upon arrivals in( TIA) Tribhuvan International Airport . Tourist are needed to carry valid passport and visa. Tourist can apply on visa procedures.
Tourist entry visa is available in the following location.
# Kakarvitta, Kathmandu, Jhapa ( Eastern Nepal )
# Birgunj, Parisa ( Central Nepal )
#Kodari, Sindhupalchowk ( Northern Border )
#Belhiya, Bhairahawa ( Rupendehi, Western Nepal )
#Jamune, Nepalgunj ( Banke, Mid-Western Nepal )
# Mohana, Dhangadi ( Kailali, Far Western Nepal )
# Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar ( Kanchanpur, Farwestern Nepal )
1. Tourist Visa
Multiple Entry : 15 days fees : US $ 25.00
Multiple Entry : 30 days fees : Us $ 40.00
Multiple Entry : 90 days fees : Us $ 100.00
C-Tourist Visit Extension :-
Visa extension fee for 15 days or less is Us $ 30 or equivalent changeable currency and visa extension free for more than 15 days Us $ 2 per day . Tourist visa can be extended for a maximum period of 15 days in a single visa a year ( January – December )
D-Gratis (Free) visa :-
Gratis visa for 30 days available only for tourist of SAARC countries Indian nationals do not require visa to enter into Nepal.
E-Transit Visa : –
Transit visa a for one can be obtain form Nepal is immigration production of departure flight ticket via Tribhuvan international airport in Nepal, by paying Us $ 5 or equivalent changeable currency
First of all we need Equipment,before the trek start. Trekking Equipments are very important for Nepal trekkers. We have various trekking region in Nepal. Nepal trekking is not only day spending culture, nature, religion, wild life and flora& faunas exploration trek where trekkers can have fun so much and will be unforgettable memorize. Here are different kinds of trekking equipment which is we need during the trek.
• 1: Walking boots with suitable ankle support that have been worn-in prior to the trek and which are waterproof
• 2: Trainer or casual shoes, for trekking and/or for travelling
• 3: Warm socks for colder areas
• 4: Gaiters, in case of rain or snow
• 1: Loose, casual trousers for trekking
• 2: Thermal leggings for colder areas
• 3: Long skirt for women as an alternative to trousers
• 4: Waterproof trousers
• 1: Selection of T-shirts, and long sleeved shirts, preferably not cotton
• 2: Thermal shirt for colder areas
• 3: Warm shirt, possibly fleece, for colder areas
• 4: Fleece jacket or warm wool jumper
• 5: Windproof, waterproof outer shell garment for higher altitudes
• 6: Down jacket (optional for cold nights and mornings; can be hired in Kathmandu cheaply)
Head / Hands
• 1: Wool or fleece hat, or balaclava
• 2: Hat or cap for sun protection while trekking
• 3: Sunglasses or goggles
• 4: Warm gloves
• 1: Strong rucksack or large holdall to be carried by porters
• 2: Day sack to be carried personally
• 3: Plastic bags or stuff sacks to store/separate trekking gear inside your main bag
• 4: One liter water bottle
• 5: Personal first aid kit to include essential items
• 6: Sleeping bag, 4 season
• 7: Torch, ideally head torch
• 8: Camera and film – For those not to be forgotten shots of the Himalaya
• 9: Toilet items and towel
• 10: Large handkerchief/bandana for neck
• 1: Binoculars
• 2: Books
• 3: Altimeter
• 4: Compass
• 5: Playing cards / backgammon / chess set
Recommended Mountaineering Kit
In addition to the items mentioned above for trekking, the following is a list of the additional specialist items, which are required for the trekking peaks.
Plastic or leather mountaineering boots, with gaiters and crampons that have been tested for a good fit.
• 1: Fleece trousers
• 2: Additional mitts and gloves suitable for climbing
• 3: Ice axe, and ski poles (note – ice axe can be hired in Kathmandu)
• 4: Climbing harness
• 5: 2 x tape slings
• 6: 2 x screw gate karabiners
• 7: Descender/abseil device
• 8: Ascender
First of all we need trekking permit while, we start to journey. A trekking permit is not required to trek in the Everest, Annapurna and Langtang Regions; however you do need to have a National Park/Conservation Area permit.
Name of National park in Nepal National Park Entry Fee
Sagarmatha National Park (Everest trekking) 3000Npr.
Langtang National Park (Langtang trekking) 3000Npr.
Sivapuri National Park (Chisapani-Nagarkot trekking) 250Npr.
Conservation Area Permit/Fee
Name of conservation Area Conservation Fee
Annapurna Conservation Area Project (Annapurna Trekking) 2000Npr.
Manaslu Conservation Area Project (Manaslu Trekking) 2000Npr.
Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Project (Kanchenjunga Trek) 2000Npr.
Restricted Area Permit Fee:
Some areas in Nepal are strictly controlled for tourists to protect natural beauty, culture and the environment. Many treks suggested on maps might be located in restricted areas and you must obtain a special permit, which can be arranged from Nepal Adventure Guide. When planning your trekking in such areas, make sure you have made the correct requirements. These areas opened for tourists since October 1991. Trekkers are not allowed to trek alone these restricted areas and there should be at least two people in the group.
A trekking permit is required to visit restricted areas as mentioned below. The following restricted areas are open only for group trekkers. Moreover, a trekking permit will not be issued to individual trekkers for such areas. The areas with their fees are as follows:
S.N. Restricted Area in Nepal Permit Fee
01 Area of Lower Dolpa District Per week per person US$10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
02 Area of Upper Dolpa District For the first 10 days per person US$500 and After 10 days per day per person US$50
03 Kanchenjunga Region(Areas of Olangchunggola, Lelep, Papung and Yamphudin Village Development Committee) Per week per person US$10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
04 Taplejung District Per week per person US$10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
05 Mustang district. (Upper Mustang) For the first 10 days per person US$500 and After 10 days per day per person US$50.
06 Gorkha District (Manaslu Area) From September to November per week per person US$70 and After 7 days per day per person US$10.and From December to August per week per person US$50 and After 7 days per day per person US$7 /Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
07 Dolakha District(Gauri Shankar & Lamabaga ) Per week per person US$10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
08 Humla District (Simikot and Yari) Areas of Limi and Muchu village Development Committee to Tibet via Tangekhola of Darma Village Development committee. For the first 7 days per person US$50 and After 7 days per day per person US$7 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
09 Rasuwa District (Thuman and Timure) Per week per person US$10, Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
10 Sankhuwasabha District(Makalu Region) Areas of Kimathanka, Chepuwa, Hatiya and Pawakhola Village Development Committee. For the first 4 weeks per week per person US$10 and After 4 weeks per week per person US$20, Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
11 Solukhumbu District (Everest Region):-All north-west area from Thameto Nangpala of Namche Village Development Committee For the first 4 weeks per week per person US$10 and After 4 weeks per week per person US$20, Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
12 Manang District (Areas of Nar, Phu, and Northern area of Tilche Village ofThochhe Village Development Committee) From September to November per week per person US$90 and December to August per week per person US$75 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
13 Mugu District: – Areas of Mugu, Dolpu, Pulu and Bhangri. For the first 7 days per person US$90 and After 7 days per day per person US$15 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
14 Baihang District (Areas of Kanda, Saipal, Dhuli) For the first 7 days per person US$90 and After 7 days per day per person US$15 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
15 Darchula District (Areas of Byas Village Development Committee) For the first 7 days per person US$90 and After 7 days per day per person US$15 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency
Trekking Season in Nepal
Trekking is possible through out the year. However the best seasons for trekking are either side of the monsoon season. Mid March to mid June and Mid September to Mid December are the best. During this time the weather is generally fine and the skies clear. Beside this season, it is possible to trek in other season,however we can expect lots of rain (and leeches) during the monsoon and severe cold and closed passes during the winter months. Rain shadows areas like Annapurna Circuit, Upper Mustang are recommended trek during monsoon season & Lower altitude treks like Ghorepani, Langtang Valley, Namche, Helambu are recomended trek during winter season.
Nepal has a Monsoonal climate with four main seasons.Traditionally a year was categorized into six distinct climate periods: Basanta (spring), Grishma (early summer), Barkha (summer monsoon), Sharad (early autumn), Hemanta (late autumn) and Shishir (winter).
General guidance to the conditions at different seasons:
Heavy monsoonal rains from June to September – the rains are generally lighter high in the Himalayas than in Kathmandu, though the mountain peaks are often not visible due to clouds. In the Kathmandu Valley & Pokhara – monsoon rains typically consist of an hour or two of rain every two or three days. The rains clean the air, streets, & cool the air. If you come, bring an umbrella, expect lower lodging prices & fewer tourists.
Clear and cool weather from October to December – after the monsoon, there is little dust in the air so this is the best season to visit the hilly and mountainous regions. Cold from January to March, with the temperature in Kathmandu often dropping as low as 0°C (32°F) at night, with extreme cold at high elevations. It is possible to trek in places like the Everest region during the winter, but it is extremely cold and snow fall may prevent going above 4,000 – 4,500 meters (13,000 – 15,000 feet). The Jomsom trek is a reasonable alternative, staying below 3,000 meters (10,000 feet) with expected minimum temperatures about -10°C (14°F) (and much better chances of avoiding heavy snow.)
Dry and warm weather from April to June – there is an abundance of blooming flowers in the Himalayas at this time, with rhododendrons, in particular, adding a splash of colour to the landscape. Terai temperatures may reach or exceed 40°C (104°F) while Kathmandu temperatures are about 30°C (86°F). This is the best time to undertake mountain expeditions.