COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

 

Updated Entry Protocol for International Visitors as of June 10, 2022.


As Per a decision of Government of Nepal (Council of Ministers) dated 10th of Jane 2022, travelers can easily enter to Nepal, get on-arrival visa, no quarantine required.

 

We (Visit Himalaya Treks) would like to share some recent trip status that we operated this Spring season below given destination with fully 100%success and safe mode (March to May – 2022. We (Visit Himalaya Treks) Operated 9 small and private groups treks and tours around Nepal as a given below route with 100% success.


01: Kanchenjunga Base Camp (South and north base camp) March 4 to March 30-2022.
02: Trek to Everest Base Camp Trek March – 12 to March 26 – 2022.
03: Langtang valley trek March – 15 to March 22 – 2022.
04: Manaslu Circuit + Larkya Peak Climbing trip April 2 to April 24 – 2022.
05: Annapurna Circuit combing with Tlicho Lake April 3 to April 15 – 2022.
06: Manaslu Circuit Trek April 26 to May 12-2022.
07: Dhorpatan Tarakot lower Dolpo Trek April 26 to May 30 – 2022.
08: Ghorepani Poon Hill April 26 to May 03 – 2022.
09: Langtang valley Gosainkunda Lake Helambu Circuit May 3 to 18 – 2022.

 

Good news is we are receiving some inquiries and booking for upcoming autumn season and we Visit Himalaya Treks team are ready to welcome you here in Nepal this upcoming season.  

 

Following the latest decision of the Government of Nepal, below are the documents visitors must show at the immigration office of Nepal at the entry point:


For Fully Vaccinated Travelers:


All the fully vaccinated passengers traveling to Nepal must submit a full vaccination  (Travelers must be vaccinated 14 days or more before travel to Nepal) certificate against COVID-19 mandatorily. This rule applies to travelers entering Nepal via air routes as well as land entry points. The fully vaccinated travelers no longer require a negative COVID-19 test report for flying to Nepal.


For Non-Vaccinated Travelers:


Travelers who are not fully vaccinated or can not submit the vaccination certificate will require a negative COVID-19 test report to enter Nepal. In such a case, the passengers must conduct the COVID-19 test (RT-PCR, Gene Xpert, and True NAAT) within the last 72 hours before check-in time. Likewise, travelers who have negative COVID-19 test reports are no longer required to stay in quarantine for even a single day


Resumption of On-Arrival Visa:


On-arrival visa has resumed for both vaccinated as well as non-vaccinated travelers. As long as the passengers submit all the essential documents, they can access the Nepal visa at the land or air entry point.


For more information: https://www.immigration.gov.np/post/notice-5

Updated Entry Protocol