Nepal – Home of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, spectacular snow-capped Himalayas and the gateway to Mt. Everest.
I recently had a trip to Nepal and seeing the stunning Himalayas even from afar reminds me that it’s never too late to live a dream. Nepal is an exotic country like you’ve been transported to another dimension. Like, heaven on Earth.
I’ve been receiving private messages on Facebook. Do we need a visa to go to Nepal? What are the requirements? How much is the Visa fee?
If you are visiting Nepal as a tourist from the Philippines, Visa can be obtain upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu or if you want to settle the visa before arriving in Nepal, you must apply in person at the nearest Embassy of Nepal. In my case, I opted the Visa on Arrival.
How to obtain Nepal Tourist Visa on Arrival for Filipinos? Here’s all that you need:
- Philippines Passport with at least 6 months validity
- One Passport Size Photo with white background (There is a photo booth available in the Airport in case you forget to bring one, Cost 200 NPR)
- Visa application and Arrival Form for foreigners to be filled out upon arrival
- $25 Visa Fee for 15 Days ($40 – 30 Days, $100 for 90 Days)
Oh, don’t forget to bring a pen. If you’ve been dreaming to see the Himalayas, Whether you just want to glance it from a far or strap on your trekking boots for your journey to the snow-capped mountains. Now is the time to fly. Nepal Visa on Arrival is simple. Forex Counter, Immigration and Visa proceedings all done in a breeze. It’s easy, fast and voila, Namaste Nepal!