I am from a country whose citizens do not need a visa to enter Nepal. Can I experience any problems at the border, while entering Nepal?
You must meet certain requirements to enter Nepal, even if you do not require a visa:
The purpose of your trip to Nepal must be plausible and comprehensible.
Your passport should be valid for at least 6 months beyond your stay in Nepal.
You must be able to finance your own living and travel costs.
You must hold a confirmed return flight to prove that you are prepared to leave Nepal before the visa expires.
You must not pose a threat to security or public order.
What is the local currency in Nepal?
The official currency of Nepal is the Nepalese rupee (NPR). 100 NPR equals approximately 0.85 USD.
What happens if my Nepal visa application is rejected?
If your Nepal visa application is rejected, you will be notified by your mission that your application has been unsuccessful. You will be informed of the grounds on which it was rejected and have one month to appeal the decision by writing to the Nepal mission. Your application will then be reconsidered. You can also apply for a visa again if your circumstances have changed.
Can I extend the validity of my Nepal visa?
It is possible to extend the validity of visas only in exceptional cases, such as a natural disaster. This must be done at the Foreigners’ Office covering your area of residence.
Do I have to participate in the Embassy or Visa Administrative Center in person?
It depends on your country of residence or the embassy/consulate/Visa Administrative Center’s rules and obligations.In some countries, sending your documents via courier is enough to the embassy/consulate/Visa Administrative Center.