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About Nepal ( Information )
Introduction:

Nepal or Naples - these two words sound somewhat alike and often confuse most of the people specially in Europe and elsewhere when introducing themselves as to where do they come from : a native of Nepal has got to use the galvanizing extra words such as Mt. Everest (8850m), Himalayas, Yak & Yeti, Gorkha Troops of British Army or probably the sacred mane of Lord Buddha 'The Light of Asia' and 'The Prince of Peace' as otherwise it is very difficult to convince or make people understand about Nepal.
A crowning glory for Nepal was accomplished for the first time. when Sir Edmond Hillary and his late friend Tenzing Norgay Sherpa conquered the Mt. Everest (Sagarmatha in Nepali ) in May 1953 which highlighted the existence of the country and its hidden treasure of tourism as well as the culture, nature, high- adventure and the commercial transaction of the trading around the world.
Nepal lies on the roof of the world south of Chinese-held Tibet and is surrounded on 3 sides by India. Foreigners were forbidden to enter its territory and virtually nothing was known about its people and their culture and civilization until middle of the 20th century and thereafter, the maiden visitors exposed this hidden country of innocent and destitute people with countless diversity from high Himalayas to tropical jungles full of wild animals and colorful birds to verdant hills and terraced planes bordering India.
Serenely nestled against the backdrops of the magnificent mass of the Himalayan ranges, Nepal has been since ancient times a real oasis of tradition and civilization of its own kind, entirely blessed by the multiplicity of holy spots and shrines, which are considered as the abode of gods and goddesses. Saints, seers, hermits and philosophers practice meditation in tranquil Himalayas to obtain eternal peace, happiness and heavenly salvation in life.

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History:

Nepal- a country with a long historical tradition is an amalgamation of a number of medieval principalities. Before the campaign of national integration launched by King Prithivi Narayan Shah the Kathmandu Valley was ruled by the Malla Kings, whose contributions to art and culture are indeed great and unique. In 1768 AD. the Shah dynasty ascended the throne of the unified kingdom. His Majesty King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, is twelve King in the Shah dynasty.
The new democratic constitution of the kingdom was promulgated on November 9, 1990.
Nepal is one of the founder members of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation SAARC of which the third summit was held in Kathmandu in Nov. 1987.

Geography:

Nepal, a sovereign independent kingdom, (between 80 4' and 88 12' East longitude and 26 22' and 30 27' North latitude) is bounded on the North by the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China, the East-South and West by India. The length of the Kingdom is 885 kilometers east-west, and it's breadth varies from 145-241 kilometers north-south. The country can be divided into three main geographical regions.

(a) Himalayan Region - The altitude of this region ranges between 4877m.-      8848 m. It includes 8 of the highest 14 summits in the world which exceed      altitude of 8000 meters including, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and others.
(b) Mountain Region - This region accounts for about 64 percent of total land      area. It is formed by the Mahabharat range that soars up to 4877 meter      and the lower Churia range.
(c) Terai Region - The low-land Terai occupies about 17 percent of the total      land area of the country.

There is no seasonal constraint on traveling in and through Nepal. Even in December and January, when the winter is at its severest, there are compensating bright sun and brilliant views.

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People:

Nepal has a population of more than 18 million people made of different races living in different regions, with diverse culture, languages and dialects. The Gurungs and Magars live mainly in the west. The Rais, Limbus and Sunuwars inhabit the slopes and valleys of the eastern mid hills. The Sherpas live in the Himalayan region. The Newars constitute an important ethnic group of the capital valley Kathmandu. There are Tharus, Yadavas, Satar, Rajvanshis and Dhimals in the Terai region. The Brahmans, Chhetris and Thakuris are spread generally over most parts of the kingdom.

Religion and Culture:

Hinduism and Buddhism constitute two major religions of Nepal. A remarkable feature of Nepal is the religious homogeneity that exists, particularly between the Hindu and Buddhist communities. Apart from the Hindus and Buddhists, Muslim from the third largest religious group. The exquisite medieval Art & Architecture of the Kathmandu Valley vividly reflect the artistic ingenuity and the religious tradition of the people.

Language:

Nepali, serves the purpose of the Kingdom's lingua franca in Nepal. The educated people speak and understand English as well.

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Climate of Nepal:

Climate: Nepal's climate varies with its topography. It ranges from sub-tropical to arctic depending upon the altitude. The Terai region has a hot and humid climate. The mid-land region are pleasant almost all the year round, although winter nights are cool. The northern mountain region, around an altitude above 3,353 m. has an alpine climate with a considerably lower temperature in winter as expected. Please find the Climate-chart below.

Month
Min. (C)
Max. (C)
Rainfall (in millimeters)
  January
2.7
17.5
47
  February
2.2
21.6
11
  March
6.9
25.5
15
  April
8.6
30.0
5
  May
15.6
29.7
146
  June
18.9
29.4
135
  July
19.5
28.1
327
  August
19.2
29.5
206
  September
18.6
28.6
199
  October
13.3
28.6
42
  November
6.0
23.7
0
  December
1.9
20.7
1

Monsoon: The Monsoon of Nepal has made two clear wet and dry seasons. Wet days of summer are Monsoon days. Most of the rainfalls in Nepal are due to Monsoon in summer. The rest are dry days. Spring and Autumn are in between seasons. In general the monsoon begins from mid June and ends at beginning of September. The months of seasons vary with altitude and slope of the mountain. Northern slopes and higher altitudes are less warm than those of southern slopes and lower altitude. The raining season depends on monsoon activities. Mostly rains at night, making the following days crispy clean and fresh. The length of summer and autumn also depend on the Monsoon. Most of the northern belt of the Trans-Himalayan zone is monsoon-shadowed and ideal for trekking. The climate of Kathmandu valley can be taken as a standard.

Summer: (May-August) is hottest season of Nepal. Hot but dry days are more comfortable than those of Monsoon days which are hot and humid.

Autumn: (September to November) begins with the end of Monsoon and ends with beginning of winter in November. It is also a festival season. You can enjoy lots of green and blue sky. Best season for out door activities like trekking, rafting, and wild life jungle safari.

Winter: Cold months are November till February. Winter days are also dry days with a few rains. Typical day of Kathmandu valley in winter season is as warm as 20 degree Celsius in a sunny days but night temperature falls below freezing. The little rains in winter are due to Mediterranean activities. Hence the winter rainfall in western Nepal has more rain than those of eastern Nepal.

Spring: (February till April): Spring begins with occasional shower and rains. The days are mild days with the new vegetation. The sky is not as blue as Autumn. It is a little hazy if no showers for a long period.

The climate of Nepal is best assessed with the climate at 4 distinct places.
a) Kathmandu Valley,
b)
Pokhara valley (West),
c)
Chitwan (Terai), and
d) Namche Bazar (East & High mountain)
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Provisional Visa Arrangements And Fee:
A. Visa Issuing, Regularizing and Renewing Authority

  1. The following visa shall be issued and granted by the following authority Category of Visa and its issuing and renewing authority-
Category of visa  Visa Issuing, Regularizing and Renewing Authority
a. Diplomatic visa The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Provided, however, that the mission or the Immigration Office at the entry point may issue the diplomatic visa (as an entry visa) for a period of up to 30 days.
b. Official visa The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Provided, that the mission or the Immigration Office at the entry point may issue the official visa (as an entry visa) for a period of up to 30 days.
c. Tourist visa
  1. The Immigration Officer of the entry point or the mission for fifteen days, thirty days, and ninety days entry visa in visa year.
  2. The Director General for renewal the validity of visa and regularize to the tourist who have already entered into Nepal by obtaining entry visa.
    But the immigration officer of the entry point may regularize the visa for fifteen days at departure time if the total stay period in a visa year not exceeding 150 days.
d. Study visa The Director General,
e. Non tourist visas
  1. In the case of foreigner pursuant to Clause (g) of Rule 8, Nepalese Embassy or Permanent Diplomatic Mission located in the foreign country or Director General,
  2. In the case of foreigner pursuant to Clause (1) of Rule 8, the Director General by obtaining approval of Nepal Government.
  3. In the case of foreigner pursuant to other Clauses of Rule 8, the Director General.
f. Business visa The Director General,
g. Transit visa The Immigration Officer of the entry Point
h. Residential visa For first one year the Department by obtaining approval of the Ministry of Home Affairs and The Department for renewal.
Provided that the Department shall issue visa on the recommendation of the Department of Industries to the foreign investor as per clause (1) of sub-rule (1) of rule 11 and their dependant family.
i. Non-Residential Nepalese visa For the first time, the Mission or the Department by obtaining approval of the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Department for renewal.
  1. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall, on a monthly basis, furnish the Department with the details setting out the name, nationality, passport number and visa period of the persons to whom visas have been issued under clauses (a) and (b) of sub rule (1).
  2. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall, on a monthly basis, furnish the Department with the details of revenue collected while issuing visas by the mission under the clauses other than clauses (a) and (b) of sub rule (1)
  3. If the recommendation for visa has been made from the concerned agency, the Visa Issuing Officer shall have to decide visa generally within seven days from the date of registration of such recommendation.

B. Power to refuse to issue visa or to grant permission to enter into Nepal:

Notwithstanding anything contained elsewhere in these Rules, the Immigration Officer may, at the every entry point, refuse to issue a visa to, or to grant permission to enter into Nepal , to the following foreigners:

  1. Whose passports and visas have been found doubtful,
  2. Who have been expelled for the commission of any acts contrary to the Act or these Rules, or who have been prohibited from entering into Nepal.
  3. Who have already expended the period of stay according to this regulation.
  4. The traveling documents of the foreigner willing to enter, seems doubtful

C. Power to prohibit the departure from Nepal:

The Department or Immigration Office may prohibit the following individuals from departing from Nepal:

  1. Who have not valid passport and visas to enter into the country which they have intended to enter into,
  2. About whom information, with the reason therefor, has been received from any authorized official for the prohibition of the departure from Nepal.

D. Points of entry or exit:

The point of entry and exit for the purpose of the foreigner entering into or departing from Nepal by obtaining a visa shall be as follows:

  1. Immigration Office, Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu
  2. Immigration Office, Kakarvitta, Jhapa (Eastern Nepal)
  3. Immigration Office, Birganj, Parsa (Central Nepal)
  4. Immigration Office, Kodari, Sindhupalchowk (Northern Border)
  5. Immigration Office, Belahia, Bhairahawa (Rupandehi, Western Nepal)
  6. Immigration Office, Jamunaha, Nepalgunj (Banke, Mid Western Nepal)
  7. Immigration Office, Mohana, Dhangadhi (Kailali, Far Western Nepal)
  8. Immigration Office, Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar (Kanchanpur, Far Western Nepal)

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E. Arrival and Departure form to be filled up:

Every foreigner entering into or departing from Nepal has to fill-up Arrival and Departure form and submit such form to the immigration office.

F. Certification of arrival and departure:

Every person entering into or departing from Nepal shall get his entry and departure certified at his entry or departure point. In the case of the person who has not got so registered his arrival or departure, if he submits an application, along with the reason therefor, the department may,if it deems reasonable after investigation thereabout,certify the arrival or departure.

G. Documents to be produced:

In cases where the officials of the Department or the Offices thereunder and the authorised Officers of the District Administration Office in such places where such personnel are not available, the police officials and border administration officials require any foreigner to show his passport, visa, trekking permit and documents relating thereto, such foreigner has to show such documents immediately.

H. Notice of change in address:

  1. If a foreigner except in tourist visa, permitted to stay in Nepal more than six months, makes change in his Nepal based residential address mentioned in the application submitted for the issuance of visa or the extension of the term of visa, such foreigner shall compulsorily furnish the Department, Office or local police office with a notice containing his name, passport number and new address as well, within seven days.
  2. If a foreigner has stayed in Nepal for more than 120 days goes to any other place of Nepal for spending more than 24 hours, he has to register with the local Police Office of such place his presence along with the detail showing his name, passport number and address as well.

I. Restriction to work:

  1. (1) A foreigner having obtained a visa as a tourist or his family member pursuant to these Rules shall not be allowed to work, with or without receiving remuneration, in any industry, business, enterprise or organization during his stay in Nepal .
  2. A foreigner having obtained a visa pursuant to these Rules shall not be allowed to carry out any work other than that for which purpose he has obtained the visa.

J. Recommendation for and issuance of visa provisionally:

  1. In cases where it takes time to make recommendation for the study, non-tourist and business visa, the concerned Ministry may, upon assigning the said reason, make recommendation for the provisional study, non-tourist and business visa for a period not exceeding three months.
  2. In cases where it take time for the foreigner referred to in sub-rule (1) (h) of Rule 8 to submit the marriage registration certificate, the Department may, on the basis of the recommendation of the authority or the embassy of the concerned country, issue the non-tourist visa for a period not exceeding three months.

K. Issuance of travel permit:

The Department may issue the travel permits to those foreigners who are not able to obtain new passports due to the loss, deface or expiry of the term thereof or due to any other reasons, in order to enable them to depart out side from Nepal. Provided, however, that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall issue such permit in the case of the person holding diplomatic and official passport.

L. Transfer of visa:

In case where any foreigner has obtained the travel permit or a new passport due to the loss or expiry of the term of old passport, the Ministry of Foreign affairs for diplomatic and official visa or the department for other visa may transfer the visa to the travel permit or to the passport.

M. Application for extension of the term of visa:

An application has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix 8 for the extension of the term of a visa except a diplomatic and official visa.

N. Circumstances in which a visa may be cancelled:

The Department may cancel a visa of any foreigner in the following circumstances:

  1. If he fails to produce an international health certificate as and when required to do so.
  2. If he becomes insane or goes mad.
  3. If he is found to have absconded after committing any serious criminal offence.
  4. If he is found to be suffering from any contagious or communicable disease.
  5. If his presence seems to cause detrimental effect in peace and security of Nepal or in the mutual fraternity of the people of Nepal.
  6. If his conduct is found to be suspicious or if he carries out, or causes to be carried out, any undesirable activities.
  7. If his presence seems to result in adverse impact on the social and culture environment in Nepal.
  8. If he violates, or causes to violate, the Act, these Rules and other prevailing law.
  9. If he carries out any other acts or things not in consonance with the purpose for which the visa has been issued or the purpose of visa ends before the provided visa period.
  10. To cancel his last visa,if he receives recommendation to provide another category of visa from the concerned institutions.

In the case of cancellation of a visa pursuant to sub-rule (1), the fees paid therefor shall not be refundable.

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O. Visa Fees:

  1. The visa fees or other fees to be charged for the issuance of a visa for the entry into or presence in Nepal, for the extension of the visa or the regulation of the visa of the foreigner who has over-stayed or the issuance of the travel permit or the transference of the visa shall be prescribed in Appendix -9.
    Provided, however, that the children below the age of ten years shall be exempted from visa fees.
  2. The visa fees chargeable for the citizens of the countries which charge fee higher or lower than the fees prescribed under sub-rule (1) shall be based on reciprocity.
  1. Fees to be levied while issuing tourist visa by the Mission or entry point:
    1. US Dollars 25 or other convertible foreign currency equivalent thereto for 15 days multiple entry visa.
    2. US Dollars 40 or other convertible foreign currency equivalent thereto for 30 days multiple entry visa.
    3. US Dollars 100 or other convertible foreign currency equivalent thereto for 90 days multiple entry visa.
    4. Not withstanding anything written in clause (a) and (b), no visa fee shall be applicable to the passport holder of member states of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) for 30 days .
  2. Fees to be levied for renewal or regularization of tourist visa
    1. Nepalese currency equivalent to 2 US dollars per day to renew the validity of tourist visa.
    2. In case where request has also been made for the facility of multiple entry, just valid for the renewal period an additional amount in Nepalese currency equivalent to U. S. Dollars 20 to the fee as referred to in Clause (a).
    3. In regularizing visa of any foreigner stayed without renewal of validity of the tourist visa, Nepalese currency equivalent 3 US dollars per day shall be levied in addition to the normal amount to be paid for renewal of the validity of visa as per these Regulations.
    4. Foreigners, who have already been overstayed more than 150 days without renewing the tourist visa shall be levied the fees referred in clause 2(c) and penalty amount as referred to in section 10(4) of Immigration act in addition.
    5. Not withstanding anything written in clause 2(a), the period of visa fee shall be levied, for the purpose to renew tourist visa for up to15 days if the visa be of a period less than 15 days and as referred to in clause 2(a) for more than this.
  3. Fees chargeable while issuing, or extending the validity of the study visa:
  1.  
    1. If the study visa for 30 days has to be issued at the time of entry, 30 US$ or other convertible foreign currency equivalent thereto.
    2. In issuing or extending the study visa to the student studying in Degree programme and to their dependants, Nepalese currency equivalent to 20 US$ per month, to the student studying in Non-Degree programme and to their dependants, Nepalese currency equivalent to 50 US$ per month.
    3. For the student from Bangladesh and to their dependants Nepalese currency equivalent to US$ 15 per year with multiple facility, on the basis of reciprocity.
    4. For the students from Maldives and to their dependants Nepalese currency equivalent to US$ 25 per year on the basis of reciprocity.
    5. For the students from Bhutan and to their dependants Nepalese currency equivalent to US$ 10 per month.
    6. Not withstanding anything written in clause 3(b), for the students from Sri Lanka and Pakistan should provide study visa without any fee on the basis of reciprocity. But the dependants of these students shall be levied Nepalese currency equivalent to US$ 10 per month as visa fee.
    7. For the dependants of foreigners, who are permitted to get study visa without fee in Nepal within the teachers exchange progrmme with Nepal based Universities and foreign Universities shall be levied Nepalese currency equivalent to US $ 10 per month.
    8. Foreigners to come to teaching and to do research and to their dependants shall be levied Nepalese currency equivalent to US$ 40 per month.
  1. Fees chargeable while issuing, or extending the validity of, the non-tourist visa:
    1. If the non-tourist visa of 30 days has to be issued at the time of entry, 30 American Dollars or convertible foreign currency equivalent thereto.
    2. Nepalese currency equivalent to five (5) American Dollars per month for the foreigner of Nepalese origin and the foreign passport holding child of Nepalese father or mother.
    3. Nepalese currency equivalent to ten (10) American Dollars per month for licensed journalists.
    4. Nepalese currency equivalent to twenty (20) American Dollars per month for the foreigners who serve in an office or project of Nepal Government being directly involved in such office or project.
    5. In issuing the non-tourist visa to a foreigner who gets married with a Nepalese citizen, Nepalese currency equivalent to ten (10) American Dollars per month.
    6. Nepalese currency equivalent to fifteen (15) US Dollars per month for the father, mother,brother and sister of the foreigner who get marital relation with Nepalese citizen or other foreigner who come to meet their relatives.
    7. Nepalese currency equivalent to twenty (20) US Dollars per month for the Chinese citizen residing in Nepal since before 1989 A.D. or serving under a bid contract with Nepal government or fully owned institutions of Nepal government.
    8. Nepalese currency equivalent to Thirty (30) US Dollars per months for the foreigners and their dependents,who are working in Non-government organization directly funded by donor country under the agreement between donor country and Nepal government.
    9. Nepalese currency equivalent to sixty (60) American Dollars per month for all other foreigners,
  2. Fee to be paid for issuing or renewal of Business visa.
    1. Nepalese currency equivalent to ten (10) US Dollars per month, hundred (100) US Dollars annually and three hundred (300) US Dollars for 5 years for multiple entry business visa for the foreigner and their dependents or authorized agent who is investing individually more than ten million Nepalese rupees.
    2. Nepalese currency equivalent to thirty (30) US Dollars per month, three hundred (300) US Dollars annually and one thousand (1000) US Dollars for 5 years multiple entry business visa for the foreigner and their dependents or authorized agent who is investing individually ten million Nepalese rupees or less than that.
    3. Same amount shall be levied for the foreigner who export goods manufactured in Nepal through purchase or who place a purchase order for export as written in clause (a)
    4. Notwithstanding anything written in clause (a) and (b), no fee shall be levied for the foreigner and their dependent or authorized agent who is investing individually hundred million Nepalese rupees and more than that.
    5. Same amount shall be levied for the foreigner expert and their dependents who comes for the purpose of technology transfer as written in clause (b) .
  3. Fees chargeable while issuing the Transit visa:

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    Five American Dollars or convertible foreign currency equivalent thereto.

  4. Fee to be paid for Non-Resident Nepalese Visa:
     

    US $100 (one hundred) or convertible foreign currency for one year, but 25% (percent) of above fee shall be charged for the students.

  5. Fee to be paid for issuing or renewal Residential visa with multiple entry facility:

    For the first time, Nepalese currency equivalent to 200 US dollars annually and in getting renewal Nepalese currency equivalent to US dollars 100 annually, provided that for foreigner as referred to clause (e) of sub-rule (1) of Rule 11, for the first time, Nepalese currency equivalent to US dollars 700 and in getting renewal Nepalese currency equivalent to US dollars 1200 annually shall be levied.
  6. While regularizing the visas of those foreigners who have stayed without getting the validity of business, study and non-tourist visas extended:

     
    1. In the case of those who have stayed without getting the validity of business, study and non-tourist visas extended upon getting recommendation from the concerned institutions for the same visa category, an additional fee at the rate of 100% of the fees chargeable pursuant to these Rules for the visas on which they have stayed for the period.
    2. Same amount shall be levied for the foreigner as per written in clause (2c) and clause (2d) who cannot succeed to receive recommendation from the concerned institutions.
  7. If single entry and multiple entry facility has to be obtained in other visa except the tourist and business visa:
     

    Nepalese currency equivalent to 20 and 60 American Dollars respectively.

  8. Other fees:
    1. If the tourist visa or other visa has to be issued to the foreigner who enters without obtaining the visa from the entry point, Nepalese currency equivalent to the fees chargeable pursuant to these Rules plus an additional 50 percent fees there of.
    2. Nepalese currency equivalent to 30 American Dollars in issuing the travel document.
    3. Nepalese currency equivalent to two American Dollar in certifying arrival or departure or transferring visa.
  9. Computation of visa fees:
     

    The fees shall be computed, in computing the period for purposes of the fees of the visas other than the tourist visa, so that visa fees shall be charged for up to 15 days if the visa be of a period less than 15 days and for one month if the visa be of a period more than 15 days but less than one month.

P. Provision relating to facility of single entry, multiple entries:

  1. While issuing visas under these Rules, the facility of single-entry and multiple entries may also be granted.
  2. The facility granted under sub-rule (1) shall remain valid only until the entrance validity period of the visa, in the case of the visa issued by the mission, and until the validity period of the visa in the case of the visa issued by the Office or Department.
    Provided, however, the total period of stay of the foreigner having obtained such facility shall not, except in case of having obtained other facility or got the term extended, exceed the period of stay in Nepal mentioned at the time of issuance of the facility.

Source: Department of Immigration
 

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City Entrance Fee

Kathmandu Valley:

City/Temple/Monastery

Nationality

Fee per person

Bhaktapur

SAARC

Nrs. 50/-

Others

Nrs. 775/-

Patan

SAARC

Nrs. 25/-

Others

Nrs. 250/-

Boudhanath

Others

Nrs 75/-

Swoyambhunath

Others

Nrs. 100/-

Pashupatinath

Others

Nrs 250/-

Changu Narayan

Others

Nrs 60/-

Golden Temple

SAARC

Nrs 10/-

Others

Nrs 25/-

Hanuman Dhoka

SAARC

Nrs 25/-

Others

Nrs 200/-

Pokhara Valley:

Temple/Monastery

Nationality

Fee per person

Gupteswor

SAARC

Nrs. 5/-

Others

Nrs. 70/-

Davis Fall

SAARC

Nrs. 5/-

Others

Nrs. 10/-

National Park & Conservation Area Entrance Fee:

i.

National Park Entrance Fee:  

National Parks

Nationality

Fee per person

Himalayan National Parks (Sagarmatha, Langtang,Rara, Makalu Barun, Shey Phoksumdo, Khaptad)

SAARC

per entry Nrs. 100/-

Others

Per entry Nrs. 1000/-

Chitawan/Bardia

SAARC

per day Nrs. 200/-

Others

per day Nrs. 500/-

 

ii.

Conservation and Wildlife Reserves:  

Conservation/Wildlife Reserves

Nationality

Fee per person

Annapurna/Manaslu

SAARC

per entry Nrs. 200/-

Others

Per entry Nrs. 2000/-

Kanchenjunga

SAARC

per entry Nrs. 100/-

Others

per entry Nrs. 1000/-

Shuklaphanta/Parsa

SAARC

Per day Nrs. 200/-

Others

Per day Nrs. 500/-

Dhorpatan

SAARC

Per entry Nrs. 200/-

Others

Per entry Nrs. 500/-

Above price and fees can be change as per governments rule

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