Nepal Entry Protocol 2023

Standard Procedures for visitors traveling into Nepal by Air or Land, updated after collating all official requirements, updated frequently. Check www.ntb.gov.np for the latest information.

Arrival

  1. Official Proof of COVID Vaccination with OR code OR
  2. PCR negative report should be taken 72 hours prior to boarding.
For ChildrenProof VaccinationPCR Report
Below 5 yearsNo NeededNo Needed
5-18 yearsNeededYes if not Vaccinated
For Children Requirement

Note 1: You are considered fully vaccinated if you have prescribed doses of the vaccine, 14 days prior to arrival in Nepal
Note 2: For those who are vaccinated in Nepal, please ensure that you are carrying the official Vaccination Certificate with photo and QR code when traveling.

In Country

Responsible Best Practices:

  1. Use masks in Public
  2. Keep distance where possible
  3. Wash Hands regularly and keep sanitizing
  4. Respect the local guidelines.

* IF YOU DEVELOP SYMPTOMS
Get yourself tested, self-isolate, or avail of medical treatment
Important: Check that your travel insurance covers
COVID-19-related rescue and treatment. All rescue and treatment have to be paid for yourself.

PLEASE NOTE:
LOCAL DESTINATIONS
may have THEIR OWN entry protocols. Check with your agent or read up before you go into the destinations. They are not restrictive, but best to be updated.

Departure

* REQUIREMENTS: CHECK DESTINATION COVID TEST
Talk to your airline or study the requirements of the country you are flying to. Follow their guidelines

Compiled by: NEPAL TOURISM BOARD and Nepal Tourism Think Tank.

Please note that this information is subject to change and is intended for general guidance only. I strongly recommend checking the latest travel advisories and entry requirements from the government of Nepal or the nearest Nepalese embassy before planning your trip.


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