✅ Free for entry
When will we have more information?
As of March 14, all foreign nationals who enter Nepal must remain in self-quarantine for 14 days from their arrival date, according to the country’s Department of Immigration. Nepali nationals, including non-Nepali residents, must stay in home quarantine for 14 days from their arrival date. All these measures are in place until April 30. The country has stopped issuing on-arrival visas to foreigners from March 14 through April 30. All foreigners with a prior valid Nepalese visa must submit a certificate showing that they have a negative coronavirus swab test — issued maximum seven days before their arrival in Nepal — upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport’s immigration office. As of March 14, all of the country’s land ports will remain closed to “foreigners from third countries” through April 30. Only Tribhuvan International Airport can be used as a port of entry. Flights from the People’s Republic of China to Nepal have been restricted, according to the U.S. Embassy in Nepal.