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Entry Formalities


Except for the Indians Nationals, all other citizens must obtain a valid visa from any of the Royal Nepalese Embassies or the Consulates abroad. 30 days visa can also be obtained at the airport or check posts after filling in the relevant application form affixed with two copies of Passport size photograph and paying fee of US$ 30.00 per person as per the prevailing exchange rates. This can also be extended for a further period of three weeks with no other additional cost.

Passport :

A valid passport is required for all nationals, except Indians.

Currency :

Import of Indian currency by foreigner is strictly prohibited. Any other currency either in traveler's cheque or cash can be brought in unlimited quantity, provided it is declared upon arrival.
All visitors (except Indians) will be handed a form on which his monetary transaction during his stay in Nepal will be recorded. The same should be handed over at the Airport at the time of departure and generally 15% of the total amount exchanged can be converted back from Nepalese rupees to US Dollars.

Custom :

All baggage's must be identified and have to pass through customs formality inspection on arrival. Personal effects are allowed in duty free. Dutiable goods such as camera with 12 plates or 5 rolls of films, one bottle of liquor, 200 sticks of cigarettes, one tent and camping equipments are allowed free of duty.

Climate :

The climate of Nepal varies from area to area depending upon the topography. A visit to Nepal is possible all the year round, but, activities like Mountain Flight, excursions to Chitwan Valley, rafting and trekking operate from October to May. Kathmandu valley’s temperature even in winter is above freezing.

Clothing :

Warm clothing are required from November to February and tropical wear from March to October.

Local Currency :

In Nepal, 100 paisa make one Rupee. The denominations of varied column currency notes (Rupees) are available in 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 500 and 1000. Similarly, coins are available in 5, 10, 25, 50 & 1 Rupee which are in circulation.

Religion :

The major religions of Nepal are Hinduism, Buddhism and Christianity, but the harmonious blend between Hindu and Buddhist is unique. Therefore, 97% of Nepalese are both Hindu and Buddhist and rest 3 % are of other different religions.