Notice on Requirements for Travelling to Nepal (Last updated on March 16, 2022)   

All fully vaccinated passengers travelling to Nepal by air or land route must submit a certificate of full vaccination (at least two doses) against COVID-19. Proof of vaccination (Vaccine Certificate) is not mandatory for children below 5 years.

Passengers who fail to submit a vaccine certificate (including the children below 18 years and above 5 years) will have to submit the certificate with a negative report of COVID-19 test (RTPCR, True NAAT, Gene Xpert) issued within 72 hours prior checking in the flight for departure.

All foreign nationals with a certificate of complete vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative certificate of the COVID-19 test will be able to obtain an on-arrival visa from the immigration entry points of Nepal.

The passengers travelling with a Travel Document should get a visa from the Nepalese Embassy abroad in advance.

All passengers (Nepalese and foreign) entering Nepal from abroad will not have to remain in quarantine except it seems necessary while examining health conditions.

Further information on entry requirements and visas are available on the Department of Immigration’s website