Nepal is a gorgeous country known for its high mountains; no less than eight out of the ten highest mountains in the world, are in this small country. Besides that, the rich cultures and friendly locals make Nepal a popular destination among many travelers.
When you’re traveling to Nepal, you need a visa. You can apply upon arrival at Kathmandu airport (or any of the border crossings), or apply beforehand by going to the Nepal embassy/consulate in your country or using the online form. You can get a visa for 15, 30 or 90 days ($25, $40 and $100). If you want to stay longer, you can extend your visa in Nepal for a maximum of 150 days per calendar year. If you want to get your visa before arriving in Nepal, make sure you’ll arrive in Nepal within six months of getting your visa. When you enter the country, you’ll get a visa stamp and that day counts as the first day of your visa.
It is wise to get vaccinated against tetanus, typhoid, and hepatitis A before you travel to Nepal. Depending on where you are going and what you are going to do, you can get a vaccine for yellow fever, cholera, hepatitis B, TB, rabies, Japanese encephalitis or take medicine to prevent malaria (or ask for an emergency set). There are also mosquitoes that transmit other diseases for which there are no vaccinations or medicines. So where you can, make sure to protect yourself against them. Check out the recommendations.