In Nepal, the soaring Himalayan mountains offer some of the best hiking and mountaineering on the planet.
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Nepal is a country in South Asia, shelters a wide variety of wildlife. A visit to Nepal is incomplete without exploring the fascinating Kathmandu Valley. It is home to some of the best artistic temples and magnificent artworks. It is an ideal destination for nature lovers and adrenaline seekers. Nepal is a fusion of spectacular natural riches, a vibrant culture, a sense of history, some of the world’s best white water rafting.
If you want to visit Nepal, you need a visa to enter Nepal.
Who does not need a Nepal visa?
If you are a holder of a Diplomatic, Official or Service Passport from any of the following countries, you do not need to obtain a visa for a certain period of stay in Nepal.
Thailand (With a stay for up to 90 days)
Russian (For up to 90 days)
China (For up to 30 days)
Brazil (With a stay for up to 90 days)
Myanmar (For up to 90 days)
Vietnam (With a stay of up to 90 days)
Cambodia (For up to 30 days)
Mongolia (Along with a stay of up to 90 days)
Jordan (With a stay for up to 90 days)
Note that if you are an Indian national, you are also allowed to enter Nepal without a visa.
What is a Nepal Tourist Visa?
If you are not from any Nepal visa-exempt countries listed above, all you need to have a Nepal Tourist Visa. It is a short-stay visa. You need to apply for a visa at least 15-days before your arrival plan to Nepal.
What will be the requirements for a Nepal Tourist Visa?
You will need to have the following document to get a Nepal Tourist Visa.