During these crisis times of Corona Virus, we hope you and your near ones are safe and healthy. Please know that we are thinking about each and every one of you; our past valued guests, supporters, and well-wishers. The Pandemic has made traveling difficult in 2020 and the year 2021 but here is good news for trekkers who are looking for trekking in Nepal. (Latest News) As countries gradually resume international travel in March 2021 by making a protocol of risk mitigation measures aiming to reduce travel-associated exportation, importation, and onward transmission of Corona Virus. The government of Nepal also allows international travelers to visit Nepal by introducing its safety protocols.
Hiking, trekking, and camping are now trending as vacations for all travelers. Himalayan Wander Walkers offers small group private treks and tours by considering the sustainable travel and safety of our clients. Please go through the following information regarding travel to Nepal in 2022.
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As per the Government and Nepal Tourism Board announcement on January 4th, 2022 trekking and mountaineering activities have continued as it is without any other restrictions. Mountain tourism protocol was earlier released by the Government to ensure that expedition teams, trekkers, community members, and service providers are safe in the mountains.
All the trekking regions of Nepal are open for tourists to travel but there are certain conditions that should fulfill by international travelers during their Nepal visa approval. Please read below about the Nepal Tourist Visa.
All expeditions were totally stopped in the country since March 24th, 2020. With permits for fall expeditions, the Government has certainly reassured concerns of the mountaineering community and tourism sector about Nepal’s resumption of expeditions at the earliest possible.
The Department of Tourism (DoT) has granted climbing permits to Mt. Baruntse – 7,129 m, in the eastern Himalayas, to a 6-member team of young Nepali climbers on September 4th, 2022. The team that has already flown out to Lukla is set to acclimatize at Mera Peak before trekking to the base camp of Mt. Baruntse. As per their statement, they hope to reach the summit of Baruntse by October 15th, 2020.
Similarly, an 18-member team of Bahrain military expedition from its Royal Guard has been given permission to fly to Nepal for an expedition to Mt. Manaslu – 8,163 m, the 8th highest peak in the world. They successfully submitted and return to their home country.
Since that date, till now mountaineering and peak climbing are not stopped by the Nepal government.
The Department of Immigration resumed its visa services in July 2021 after the strong country lockdown. Visa will be regulated as per prior notice from the Department of Immigration. You will get Tourist Visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport of Kathmandu for those who come by air. On-arrival visas are granted for tourists with a vaccination certificate and non-vaccinated require hotel booking for quarantine and need to get their visa prior to departure from the nearest Nepal diplomatic mission or consulate.
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The above information is written based on different sources. We advise you to check the concerned authorities in your home country before planning your trip to any country.