It’s important to note that the travel document requirements may vary depending on the nationality and purpose of travel. Hence, it’s recommended to check with the Nepalese embassy or consulate in your home country for the latest travel document requirements before traveling to Nepal.
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Tourists traveling to Nepal will need several travel documents to enter the country legally. Here are some of the essential travel documents required for tourists traveling to Nepal:

  1. Passport – A valid passport with a minimum of six months of validity beyond the expected date of departure from Nepal is required. Make sure to have at least two blank pages in your passport for the visa stamp.
  2. Nepal Visa – Tourists from most countries can obtain a visa on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport or other designated entry points in Nepal. However, it’s recommended to check the latest visa requirements on the official website of the Nepal Department of Immigration before travel.
  3. Travel Insurance – While not mandatory, it’s strongly recommended to purchase travel insurance that covers medical expenses, trip cancellation, and other unforeseen events.
  4. Flight Tickets – It’s necessary to have a confirmed return ticket or onward ticket to another destination if you’re traveling to Nepal on a tourist visa.
  5. Itinerary – Tourists may be asked to provide a detailed itinerary of their travel plans, including their planned destinations and activities.
  6. Money – It’s advisable to carry enough cash or a debit/credit card to cover your expenses during your stay in Nepal.
  7. Permit (If applicable) – Certain areas in Nepal, such as national parks, require a permit for entry. Make sure to check if any permits are required for your travel itinerary and obtain them beforehand.