NEPAL visas take 2 working days to issue in the embassy & is valid for 6 months from the date of issue .
We recommend you send us your documents by Royal Mail Special Delivery.
Please ensure you send us the following documentation as failure to do
so will result in a delay in issuing your visa.
Tourist Visa 1 completed visa application forms
1 passport photograph(s)
Passport Payment Business Visa 1 completed visa application forms
1 passport photograph(s)
letters of invitation from organisation both in Nepal & UK
Total to pay
Tourist/business 15 day multiple entry Nepal visa
Tourist/business 30 day multiple entry Nepal visa
Tourist/business 90 day multiple entry Nepal visa
NEPAL VISAS: The following nationals DO NOT require a visa: Nepal & India NEPAL HEALTH: Compulsory vaccinations: Yellow fever certificate if arriving from infected areas.
Recommended immunisations: Cholera, Diphtheria, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Japanese B Encephalitis, Malaria, Meningitis, Polio, TB, Tetanus & Typhoid.
Risks: Malaria exists all year in rural areas of the Terai districts (including forested hills & forest areas) of Bara, Dhanukha, Kapilvastu, Mahotari, Parsa, Rautahat, Rupendehi, Sarlahi and especially along the Indian border. Rabies. NEPAL WEATHER: The rainy season is between Jun-Sep when temperatures are at their highest. The remainder of the year has warm and settled weather. Kathmandu has a pleasant climate with temperatures ranging from between 18-33°C. Rainfall decreases from east to west NEPAL MISC: Location of Nepal: Asia Local Time in Nepal: GMT+5¾ Capital City of Nepal: Kathmandu Population of Nepal: 27 million Language(s) spoken in Nepal: Nepali, English widely spoken Dialling Code for Nepal: 977 Emergency numbers in Nepal: Police: 100, tourist 247041. Fire: 2-21177. Ambulance: 228094 Driving in Nepal: Driving is on the right. International Driving Permit required, temporary licence available from local authorities on presentation of National licence Electricity in Nepal: 220V AC 50Hz Currency of Nepal: Nepalese Rupee (NPR 1 = 100 Paisa) Notes: NPR: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1,000 Coins: NPR: 1, 5. Paisa: 5, 10, 25, 50 Credit Cards/Travellers Cheques: Foreign currencies must be exchanged only through banks or authorised foreign exchange dealers. Receipts from transactions must be retained. Indian Rupee notes INR 500 & 1,000 are prohibited. Major credit cards are accepted Opening Hours in Nepal
Bank: 0930-1430 Mon-Fri (in Kathmandu Valley), 1000-1430 Sun-Thur, 1000-1300 Fri (rest of country) Office: 0900-1700 Mon-Fri (summer), 0900-1600 Mon-Fri (winter), (Government offices within Kathmandu Valley), 1000-1700 Mon-Fri (summer), 1000-1600 Mon-Fri (winter) (Government offices outside Kathmandu Valley) Shops: 1000-1900 Sun-Fri Hints in Nepal: Women should dress conventionally. Some people, particularly women, may prefer not to shake hands with those of the opposite sex. The business community generally speaks English. Care should be taken to respect Hindu and other religious conventions. It is the convention to use the right and not the left hand when shaking hands and passing or receiving anything. Footwear should be removed before entering places of worship and temples. Men and women should not touch each other. On social occasions punctuality is appreciated. Dress as for business meetings unless otherwise indicated. There are some restrictions on photography. There is no official minimum drinking age Tipping in Nepal: When there is no service charge, tips are around 10% Import Allowances in Nepal: 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars
1 lit of alcoholic beverage or 12 cans of beer
A reasonable quantity of perfume for personal use Airports:Kathmandu Tribhuvan International (KTM)
This is normally obtained by your tour operator but if travelling independantly via China you can contact the Tourist Bureau of Tibet (Fax: 0086 891 6334632) to obtain an approval before applying for a Chinese visa. Please note that any Chinese visa previously issued in your passport will be cancelled upon entry into Tibet.
If you are travelling to Tibet via Nepal you can only apply for the Tibetan visa from the Chinese Embassy in Katmandu.