Nepal Visit From USA, Every year millions of Americans travel abroad without any hassle. However, some may have to deal with a criminal incident, accident, or illness, or their family or friends may have to contact them accidentally. US embassies and consulates have been assisting some 200,000 Americans each year.
American citizens who come to Nepal also face many problems. The US Embassy in Kathmandu can provide you with the necessary assistance and information in the event of an emergency during a visit or in the event of a natural disaster, panic, or movement. Providing details of your visit and accommodation to the embassy will make it easier for us to find you when needed.
You can make your trip organized and secure by signing up for the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program. It costs nothing and is not binding. Natural disasters, political instability and other dangerous situations may continue in Nepal. Therefore, we strongly urge all US citizens coming to Nepal to enroll in the Smart Traveler Program https://step.state.gov/ through the US State Department website and fill out an online form.
Information about Nepal
The Government of Nepal has increased the visa fee with effect from 1st Shrawn 2076. Further information is available on the Immigration Department’s website athttp://www.nepalimmigration.gov.np/.
US citizens entering Nepal by road will have to carry US dollars in cash to pay the visa fee for Nepal. It is important to be aware that US citizens entering Nepal from India through Belahiya at the Bhairahawa checkpoint must pay Nepal’s visa fee in US dollars in cash. Credit cards or other currencies are not accepted there. All U.S. notes must be new (not earlier than 2003) and in good condition (not torn, worn, folded, discarded, etc.). 24-hour service is provided for people crossing the border on foot.
The US State Department provides the necessary information for visits to all countries of the world. It provides information on the address of the US embassy or consular office in the country concerned, visa requirements or not, law and order situation, healthcare arrangements, drug laws, and dangerous areas. This may be the first source of information you need before moving to another country. Information about Nepal is updated regularly. Visits to Nepal may have different characteristics than other countries.
The State Department provides information and suggestions on mountaineering, local risks, and government policies that may concern American citizens. Country-specific information and other useful information can be found on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website at http://travel.state.gov.