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Nepal Tourist Visa Requirements for Sri Lankan Passport Holders

Sri Lankan nationals (children) below 12 years should submit a copy of the birth certificate
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Nepal Tourist Visa Requirements for Sri Lankan Passport Holders

Subha davasak Sri Lanka!

Planning to make a trip to Nepal? Here’s how you can apply for a tourist visa in Nepal.

A tourist visa to Nepal will be granted for up to 150 days maximum in a ‘visit year’.

The following are the Nepal Tourist Visa requirements for Sri Lankan passport holders:

  1. Tourist Visa Application Form
  2. One Passport Size Photo Affixed with Application
  3. Tourist Signature Across Photo and Form
  4. Original Passport with Minimum 6 Months Validity
  5. Previous Passport

*Please note, Sri Lankan nationals (children) below 12 years should submit a copy of the birth certificate

Nepal Tourist Visa Processing Fee

As a SAARC member country, Sri Lanka’s citizens are issued a 30-day free entry tourist visa for their first visit also known as Gratis Visit to Nepal. For consecutive visits that follow, Sri Lankan tourists will have to pay the following Sri Lankan Rupees (SLRs) based on the duration of stay:

  • SLRS 5,410.80 for 15 Days
  • SLRS 9,018 for 30 Days
  • SLRS 22,545 for 90 Days

The Nepal Government revised the fees amounts to the above mentioned with effect from July 17, 2019.

*Please note: The above-mentioned fees is subject to change based on the change in USD exchange rate.

Nepal Tourist Visa Application Venues

Nepal Tourist Visa Application

Sri Lankans can apply for the Nepal tourist visa at the Embassy of Nepal in Colombo between:

  • Monday to Friday – 9:30 AM to 12:30 AM

*Please note: The visa processing time is two working days.

Sri Lankan tourists traveling to Nepal can also apply for the visa upon arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport.

For More Information Visit: http://www.nepalimmigration.gov.np/page/tourist-visa 


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