Similarly, the government of Nepal has also decided to resume the suspended domestic and international flights from 17th August adopting special health and safety protocols.
The decision was made by the cabinet meeting as new Covid-19 cases have reduced significantly in the country. All tourism activities including trekking and mountaineering also will officially begin from 30th July, 2020.
In this regards Higher Limits Trek & Expedition has started its regular activities smoothly from our office in Thamel as the 4 months of long lockdown is over. We are is ready to offer you the best experience of Himalayas concerning premium precaution and safety protocols.
All adventure dreamer and Himalayan admirers are heartily invited to contact us for a safe and enjoyable trip to Nepal.
Below is a checklist that includes everything you need to know about visiting Nepal, including countries, all entry criteria and any other guidelines:
1. Which countries are permitted to visit Nepal?
Apparently, flights will indeed be made from less affected countries by Covid-19 pandemic. The government hasn’t pointed out name of the countries, but has said that more countries are being gradually introduced. However, all nations are welcome in Nepal but travelers will only be able to fly in from low risk countries.
2. Needs a Negative COVID-19 PCR test or test on arrival?
Tourists coming to Nepal must have health certificate, showing that they are Covid-19 negative.
3. Do travelers require to stay in quarantine?
Travelers visiting Nepal should say in quarantine. In the same way, travelers must carry a certificate of COVID negative issued within 72 hours arriving Nepal. Likewise, travelers’ PCR test will be carried out at TIA, while visitors will not have stay for 14 days in quarantine, they do need to stay in the booked hotel for quarantine before the PCR report is received.
4. What has open in Nepal?What is open in Nepal?
Hotels and accommodation facilities o Tourism related activities, Restaurants, Trekking and climbing permits.