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Nepal re-open to tourists 17 October

Nepal re-open to tourists 17 October
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Nepal re-open to tourists 17 October, 2020 who get tested negative for Coronavirus 72 hours before departing their home country to visit the country without staying at hotel quarantine on arrival

 

Arriving tourists will undergo check for the antigen test or instant PCR test for reconfirmation immediately upon landing at Kathmandu airport.  The government also plans to waive off COVID insurance of US$ 5,000 for visiting tourists but the travelers must ensure that their medical costs would be covered by themselves or the handling agencies, should they contract Covid-19 while staying in the country.

 

Foreigners meeting required criteria will also be provided visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport after October 17.  Preparations are underway to introduce new protocols for foreign tourists incorporating aforementioned provisions to boost tourism activities in the country

 

Land border crossing to Tibet China and India are open for cargo trucks with essential commodities.  This information will be updated as and when new policies are announced.

 

In Nepal, C19 infected patients has recorded 70% recovery and 645 mortalities (12Oct2020) is significantly lower in comparison to other countries and signals a safer destination to intending travellers.  Similarly in neighbouring Tibet China, Bhutan there are low cases reported with no casualties.

 

We wish all our travel associates, clients and their families good health and keep safe in this difficult times.

 

We shall all emerge stronger when this is over – meanwhile take care and observe all safety measures!  Keep well, Keep smiling smiley

 

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