Nepal is officially open to travelers inoculated with Covid-19 vaccines

With the rapid spread of COVID19 in the world – cases have also been recorded in Nepal- the country’s multi-million dollar mountain, the travel industry has been hit hard.

The nation is home to eight of the world’s 10 tallest mountains, with Mount Everest, the tallest of all, being a definitive nirvana that mountain dwellers look for. Subsequently, Nepal is a significant fascination for mountain explorers and travelers.

For those tourists who are fully vaccinated against COVID19, Nepal Government has given an on-arrival visa in order to regain the tourism sector which was fully destroyed by this Pandemic.

As per the new protocol, unvaccinated travelers must stay 10-12 days quarantine for trekking in Nepal after COVID19.

In addition, with the recent announcement quarantine is not necessary for travelers but they must produce negative test documents for COVID in PCR tests 72 hours before check-in for boarding on flights to Nepal; proof of hotel reservation; and permits issued by the Nepalese authorities.

Moreover the less, the decision was one of the most anticipated. As per officials, travelers can visit Nepal without being quarantined and we are delighted to let you know that traveling in Nepal is easier than ever.

Nepal Trekking Protocols for 2021 after Covid 19

  • Certificate/Card of Vaccination
  • Report of PCR Negative Test
Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular and amazing treks in Nepal. Topping the list of trekkers’ priorities, it is one of the most visited trekking destinations. The two-week trek begins and ends at Lukla, which is simply known as the “Gateway of Everest”. In addition, you will observe the beautiful view of Everest offers another photo opportunity: beautiful forests, Sherpa villages, glacial moraines, and foothills during the trails.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular and most visited treks on the planet. It literally puts you face to face with an eighth of a mile – for a medium-difficulty hike that’s amazing! The fascinating Annapurna Base Camp Trek includes the 10th highest peak in the world. Annapurna I (8,091 m) is an almost fatal attraction for climbers around the world. This trek takes you through the villages of Tamang, Gurung, and Sherpa enjoying the magnificent mountain view above 8000 meters. In addition, you will have the chance to walk around the different flower forests, several typical villages, observe flora and faunas, and so on.

Manaslu Circuit Trek

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a magnificent 14-days trekking that leads you to the world’s 8th highest mountain. Starting from the busy market of Soti Khola, hiking through the several busy trails, going up and down in the trails, ends at Syange. Well, this trek is for those travelers who want to try something unique inside Nepal but still, it provides the mesmerizing sunset and sunrise view and ancient Tibetan lifestyle, old villages, and so on. For your kind information, this trek is strictly restricted for solo travelers and must trek with the help of a guide and porter.

Langtang Valley Trek

Even after being very near to the capital, most of the trekkers don’t know about Langtang Valley Trek which runs rhododendron and bamboo forest, side by side thundering waterfalls and lovely snow-capped mountains. The majority of people consider/regard the names Annapurna Circuit and Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek over Langtang Valley Trek. But this trek is comparatively short as it is dominated by Langtang Himalayas which passes through Langtang National Park; a clean countryside with magnificent plants and animals, yak field, and native cheese factories. In this territory Himalayan pheasants, deer, bears, monkeys, and the tricky red panda are local.

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