Nepal Visa and Trekking Permit Fees Updates

  • Updated on Mar 7, 2020
  • Pradip Tamang

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Nepal Government Department of Immigration has made recent changes in Nepal Visa Fees and Trekking Permit Cost. Government has decided to increase trekking permits and visa fees effective from 17 July 2019. We, Wilderness Excursion notify that as per the Nepal Government’s decision made in May 2019 following changes have been done to visa fees and trekking permit fees which is already in effective from 17 July 2019.

As per the revised rates, foreigners willing to trek to Manaslu now have to Pay USD 100 for the months of September – November for first 7 days and beyond 7 days, they will be charged USD 15 per day per person. It is cheaper for the months of Dec, Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, June July and August. Similarly the trekking permit of Tsum Valley, Dolakha, Kanchenjunga, Lower Dolpo, Limi Valley in Humla are increased

However; Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpa permit rate remain same USD 500 for the first 10 days and USD 50 per day per person after the completion of first 7 days.
The government has also revised fees for Nepal visa foreigners visiting Nepal. A meeting of the Cabinet in last May 2019 decided to amend Section 46 of immigration regulation to increase multiple-entry tourist visa fee.The new provision came into effect from 17 July 2019. As per the provision, foreigners visiting Nepal on a 15-day multiple-entry tourist visa will have to pay USD 30 in fees, up from existing USD 25.

 It used to be USD 25 for 15 days, USD 40 for 30 days and USD 100 for 90 days. Now it is revised USD 30 for 15 days, USD 50 for 30 days and USD 120 for 90 days. 

For more detail Goverment of Nepal Department of Immigration Notice