TLDR: Yes! Nepal has lifted most of the restriction for vaccinated travellers and you can get ready to volunteer in Nepal now! We encourage only fully vaccinated volunteers to travel to Nepal to protect the Nepalese People and your self.
After a long time of lockdowns and staying safe you can now officially travel to Nepal as covid numbers are dropping and low. For fully vaccinated travellers Visa on Arrival are available again. This means you two weeks after the last shot you are welcome on the roof of the world.
From September 24, all fully-vaccinated foreigners arriving in Nepal via air or land border can receive on-arrival visas. There is no mandatory quarantine. This means you two weeks after the last shot you are welcome on the roof of the world.
You will need a negative RT-PCR or Gene Expert or True NAAT test to travel as stated in the new travel protocol. Add your details to the mandatory travellers from and you are all set to travel to Nepal. On arrival you will need to take another mandatory antigen or rapid antigen tests at immigration. And that’s it – you are ready to go and discover this beautiful country and help the people by volunteering.
What you need to travel to Nepal
Please find an overview what you will need to be go to Nepal in detailed list
- Being fully vaccinated 14 days before you start and proof it by an official certificate like for e.g Canada, European Union
- Get a PCR-test 72 hours before you fly (calculate your testing time)
- Filled out international Traveler Online Arrival Form
- get an antigen test on arrival
- get your Visa on arrival
- Proof of hotel reservation in Nepal
And that’s it 🙂
If you have any more question please get in contact with us!
For more details if you can travel, depending on your country and your travel history – just check if you allowed to travel to Nepal here.