Nepal Visa

You must first obtain a Nepal visa before traveling to Nepal. All passengers from all nations, except India, are obliged to have it. You can apply for this visa once you are in Nepal. Simply send your passport, which must be valid for at least six months beyond the start date of the tour.

The visa requirements for Nepal are rather straightforward. Nepal has a remarkable visa-on-arrival policy, granting visas on arrival to passport holders from nearly every nation in the globe.

The Department of Immigration’s Immigration Office, TIA (Tribhuvan International Airport), has been assisting travelers flying to Nepal by providing visas on Arrival. The ‘On Arrival’ visa process is quick and easy. During the peak tourist season, expect some lines. If you want to avoid the lines, you can seek a visa from a Nepalese diplomatic mission stationed abroad before you arrive. 

What are the requirements for the Nepal Visa?

What is the information regarding the Visa fee?

The price for a visa ON ARRIVAL is calculated based on the length of your stay.

Note: Passport holders from SAARC nations excluding Afghanistan and India who visit Nepal for the first time in a calendar year receive a free 30-day visa ON ARRIVAL. Visas that are longer than 30 days are subject to the same pricing structure as everyone else.

What is the information regarding the Visa Extension?

Before the extension of the visa, there are various things that tourists need to know about the criteria of Charges. They are:

Note: Tourist visa extensions are also available at the Pokhara Immigration Office. Non-tourist visa extensions are only possible (if eligible) at the Department of Immigration for a maximum of one year (except business visa).