Visas and Fees

Tourist Visa is issued to foreigners travelling to Nepal as an Entry Visa on arrival at the point of entry. Travelers can also obtain visa issued by Diplomatic Mission Abroad.

“It has been said that a pretty face is a passport. But it's not, it's a visa, and it runs out fast.”
— Julie Burchill

Arrival By Air

Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu

Arrival By Land 

Nepal- India Border

Kakarbhitta/ Pani Tanki

Dhangadi /Mohana

Nepalgunj /Rupaidiya

Birgunj /Raxual

Sunauli/ Belahiya


Tourist Visa Fee (Single Entry)

Duration       Fee

15 days         USD 30 or equivalent convertible currency   

30 days         USD 50 or equivalent convertible currency

90 days         USD 125 or equivalent convertible currency

* Note: Additional 25 USD is charged for Multiple Entry facility,

Visa Extension

After getting a visa for certain time, traveler can extend their visa with additional 3 USD per day fee.  Tourist Visa Extension is done for minimum 15 days from Department of Immigration Office.
* Note: Maximum stay for tourist visa is 150 days in one visa year (Jan 1 to Dec 31)

Visa Delay Fee
if the visa is expired and wasn’t extended on time, then the additional charge for extension is 5 USD per day including late fine.

Visa Requirements

  • Valid passport with six month validity date
  • One passport sized photo
  • Previous Visa (if any)

Accepted Currency

US Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Euro, Pound Sterling, Swiss Franc, Australian Dollar, Hong Kong Dollar, Japanese Yen and Singapore Dollar. Credit card, Indian currency, and Nepali currency are not accepted

Indian nationals do not require visa to enter Nepal although must possess any one of the documents like Passport, Driving License, Ration Card, Election Commission Card, Identity card issued by Government Agency or Identity Card issued by Embassy of India in Kathmandu (should be with photo)

No Procedures of Arrival Visa for

Afghanistan, Swaziland, Somalia, Ethiopia, Palestine, Liberia, Iraq, Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon and Zimbabwe nationalists DO NOT get arrival visa at any of entry point in Nepal and need to obtain a visa prior to arrival at nearest Nepalese embassy or diplomatic mission.

Non-Tourist Visa in Nepal

There are both tourist and non-tourist visa are available for foreigners to pursue tourism or non–tourism activities like Study Visa, Marriage Visa, Relationship Visa, Business Visa, Transit Visa, Non-Residential Visa or Residential Visa.

For More Visa Information: Nepal Immigration Authority (

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