Planning to visit Nepal? You’ll be relieved to hear travel restrictions for tourists visiting the country have been eased. Foreign tourists no longer need to follow quarantine protocols, if they have taken both doses of COVID vaccine. This decision was taken to boost the tourism sector in the country.
The new travel guidelines had been posted on the website of the Tourism Ministry. According to these, visitors are mandated to submit a negative PCR test report three days prior to their arrival. Passengers are also required to submit the documents proving that they have had been vaccinated with both doses.
Visitors are required to go through a PCR test after their arrival in Nepal – at their own cost. They also need to stay in a hotel in isolation until their report comes out.
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If the report is negative, tourists can continue with their travel plans. However, in case of a positive report, they have to stay in a hotel at their own cost and remain quarantined.
The Indian tourists going to Nepal have been asked to follow rules as per the India-Nepal travel bubble agreement, according to the new rule book…