Nepal visa info
Nepal welcomes tourists and makes it easy to enter, it is easiest to get the visa "on arrival" however it is also possible to get a visa from the Nepal consulate in your own country.
Nepal visa "on arrival"
+ 48 hour visa (plus 24 hours free) for $5
+ 15 days for $25
+ 30 days for $40
+ 90 days for $100
Payment on arrival by cash ONLY in any major currency however rates for other currencies are extortionate; USD is best.
You should pre-fill out the Department of Immigration visa form up to 15 days before arrival, and then print it.
**The system is idiotic as it doesn't give guidelines for your errors and so is sometimes impossible to fill out correctly.**
Alternatively, you can fill out this same form on arrival on machines in the immigration arrival hall. Have a pen handy for the small arrival card which they collect sometimes.
Hotel Moonlight details for the visa:
Ward No: 16
VDC/Municipality: Kathmandu (or try Ktm)
District: Kathmandu (or try Ktm)
Trekking and TIMS permits
If a permit is required, we take care of them, unless otherwise stated. Trekking permits are needed for Manaslu, Dolpo and Kanchenjunga treks and need passport-style photos (send to us by email).
TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System) permits are needed for some treks also.
National park/conservation area entry fee
We provide and pay for this, unless otherwise stated.
Transiting via New Delhi
There is a tourist e-visa available, see our India visa info.