Visa Procedures For Nepal
Non-residential Nepali Visa
A visa is required to enter Nepal except Indian National. One can get a visa at the Royal Nepalese Embassy or consulate or at the airport upon arrival. Two copies passport sized photograph are required to get visa.
Multiple Entry US$ 25 for 15 days.
Multiple Entry US$ 40 for 30 days.
Multiple Entry US$ 80 for 50 days.
Multiple Entry US$ 100 for 90 days.
Visa extension fee US$ 30 for first 15 days there after $ 2 USD per day.
Tourist can stay maximum 150 days in a visa year.
Children under 10 years need not pay visa fee.
If a visitor already visited Nepal and intend to visit again within same year (within Jan-Dec) can obtain entry visa paying US$ 40 for 30 days.
* SAARC: South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation (represents Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka)
If a person stays in Nepal more than 15 days and wish to re-enter same year (Jan-Dec) will get free visa. (NEW)
Transit passenger will get transit visa for 72 hours at the airport. (NEW)
A visa is required to enter Tibet, Autonomous Region of China. One can get a visa at the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu and need two copies of passport sized photographs.
Visa fee to Tibet is not constant. Please required on you travel date. Normally, American Nationality 175 USD. Other than US national 85 USD. per person.
Visa application procedure is required to done in advance through tour operator and receive advance approval before you travel to Bhutan but actual visa are issued only when you arrive in the country. A three copies passport sized photograph is required on arrival.
Single Entry US$ 50.
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