• You must have a valid and clean passport. If your visa crosses the limited stay period, you can arrange an extension to stay in Nepal at the Department of Immigration before your departure.

  • Your valid passport must be valid for at least six months while you apply for a visa for Nepal.

  • Check whether you need a yellow fever certificate by visiting the National Travel Health Network and Centre’s TravelHealthPro website.

  • If you plan to take any medical facilities in Nepal, you must carry all the prescriptions and related medical history. For further details, contact the nearest Nepalese Embassy.

  • Emergency Travel Documents are accepted for entry, airside transit, and exit from Nepal.

  • Overstaying without authority is severe, and you can be detained or refused permission to leave until a fine is paid.

All your luggage must be inspected and pass through customs inspection at every entry or exit point. You can carry two bottles of liquor, 200 stick cigarettes, one camera, and other personal electronic devices. You can also have a tent, camping gear, and other unique things that are allowed duty-free. 

Professional video cameras, drones, and transistors should be declared on arrival at the entry point and are to be taken back on departure; these items will be endorsed in the passport.