Nepal e-visa

e-visa Details
Visa type
Validity
Multiple entries
Service fee
Visa fees
Tourist (up to 15 days of stay)
Validity: 15 Days
Multiple entries: Yes
Service fee: 29 USD
Visa fees: 0 USD
Tourist (up to 30 days of stay)
Validity: 30 Days
Multiple entries: Yes
Service fee: 29 USD
Visa fees: 0 USD
Tourist (up to 90 days of stay)
Validity: 90 Days
Multiple entries: Yes
Service fee: 29 USD
Visa fees: 0 USD

How to get eVisa for Nepal

Complete online application

Prepare your passport and fill in our simple online form in less than 5 minutes

Receive your travel visa

We will send you your approved document in a couple of days - without you having to go anywhere!

Start your journey

Show your passport and the visa we sent you when you arrive in Nepal.

Conditions of the eVisa for Nepal

To process the application for an e-tourist or transit visa required to travel to Nepal, you need

- A copy of your valid passport
- A recent photograph
- An email address to receive the documents
- A bank card for making payment

If any of the documents or details are missing, your application will be saved so that you can complete it at a later stage.

The Nepal e-Visa is an online application. It has been simplified at Visagov to make it more straightforward and to minimise the possibility of errors. It takes only about 5 minutes to complete.

You must print the e-Visa and present it with your passport upon arrival in Nepal. The Nepalese authorities will check the documentation, and you will have to make the final payment to the government agents upon arrival.

Do you need more information? See our complete guide: How to get a visa for Nepal

Application for online e-Visa for Nepal

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FAQ

Yes, you need a valid visa to travel to Nepal, except for the citizens of India.

Once you know the date of entry to the country. We recommend you to apply for your visa at least 15 days before your departure date.

You do not have to send your physical passport.
The e-visa for Nepal requires 2 steps. First you need to fill out a tourist visa application form. Once it is approved, it will be sent to your email. You will need to print that document to present it when you enter the country. With this document (payment registration receipt), and your passport, you will complete the processing of your visa at your arrival in Nepal. Your passport must be valid for more than 6 months starting from the date of entry.
If you need to apply for another type of visa other than the tourist visa, and you have to apply through a physical embassy. We advise you to always send your documents sustained with damage or loss insurance

To obtain the visa for Nepal as a Spanish citizen, you must fill in a tourist visa application form. Once this form is approved, you must present it along with your passport. You will also have to pay a visa fee at your arrival in Nepal before you receive your final tourist visa. To fill this form, you only need a recent photograph and your ordinary passport with a validity of 6 months starting from your arrival date.

To obtain the visa for Nepal as a Colombian citizen, you must fill in a tourist visa application form. Once this form is approved, you must present it along with your passport. You will also have to pay a visa fee at your arrival in Nepal before you receive your final tourist visa. To fill this form, you only need a recent photograph and your ordinary passport with a validity of 6 months starting from your arrival date.

To obtain the visa for Nepal as an Argentine citizen, you must fill in a tourist visa application form. Once this form is approved, you must present it along with your passport. You will also have to pay a visa fee at your arrival in Nepal before you receive your final tourist visa. To fill this form, you only need a recent photograph and your ordinary passport with a validity of 6 months starting from your arrival date.

The visa for Nepal can have various validity durations depending on the type of Visa you choose; there are 3 types of tourist visa, one which allows a 13-day stay, another which allows a 30-day stay, and the third which allows a 90-day stay, each one of them is valid according to the number of days of stay.

You do not have to present any vaccination certificate to travel to Nepal. We advise you to verify at your country’s International Vaccination Centre if there is any recommended vaccine, but none are mandatory.

The e-Visa for Nepal consists of 2 steps. The tourist visa application form costs 29€/$.
Once you arrive in the country, you have to submit the printed form, and you will be charged a visa fee depending on your country of origin. These fees are always paid at your arrival at the airport.

Check your eligibility

Do you need e-visa for Nepal?
Use our visa checker to find out if you match with the requirements.
Yes, you are eligible for e-visa Nepal!
You cannot apply for e-visa.
We are sorry, you have to apply at the embassy.

eVisa for Nepal: More information

Nepal requires foreign nationals to apply for a visa before arriving in the country. To facilitate the process and avoid long waits at the airport, Nepal introduced the online Nepali visa (eVisa) which can be obtained from any electronic device.

This Nepal eVisa allows stays of up to 90 days as a tourist. You can enter the country as many times as you like during the validity period you have chosen, be it 14, 30 or 90 days.

In addition to the processing fees, you will have to pay government fees on arrival in Nepal. Only children under 10 years of age, SAARC citizens and persons with Chinese nationality are exempt from these fees.

Each traveller will be treated individually upon arrival in the country. If immigration authorities believe that a citizen may pose a threat to the security or interests of the country, he or she will be refused entry to Nepal.