Covid travel news for Nepal

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Updates for Nepal


Nepal is is reopening for tourism

The Government of Nepal has officially announced that the country is reopening for tourism.

According to a press release on the Department of Immigration, Nepal will allow tourists to arrive by air and that tourist visa services have resumed.

“Issuance of tourist entry visa from the Nepali diplomatic missions abroad have resumed” the statement reads. Read more about the entry requirements here.

Updated on December 15, 2020.

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Government Nepal announced to open borders from August 17

The Ministry of Culture Tourism and Civil Aviation today said that it would let all tourism related activities including mountain climbing in the autumn season commence.

With the latest announcement, the tourism fraternity believes that the industry which incurred a loss of over 10 billion rupees a month during the COVID-induced nationwide lockdown would gradually return to a new normal.

“The ministry plans to resume all tourism related activities by following health and safety protocols from August 17,” ministry’s secretary Kedar Bahadur Adhikari said, adding that safety protocols are being finalized by holding consultations with stakeholders concerned.

Source: The Himalayan times

Updated on July 27, 2020.

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