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Travel Update to Nepal, Bhutan, China & India

Travel Update to Nepal, Bhutan, China & India
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As of 24 August 2021; Nepal has allowed tourists to the country under Covid health protocols. While Bhutan has introduced a "Staycation" package for visitors willing to enjoy a 21 days quarantine trip.  China has not re-opened for international tourists and India has extended its international passenger flights suspension upto 30 September.

 

 

Nepal has alllowed tourists having 72hrs negative PCR test reports, fully vaccinated and prior online approval of visa. It has extended its prohibitory order upto 01 September with all stores, restaurants and establishments are allowed to open 11am - 7pm.  Seminars and meetings are limited to 25 participants with health protocols in place.  Local public bus, taxi and flight services have resumed.  Long distance inter province bus or transport services are not open yet. It has allowed selective air bubble and regular flights operated by Himalayan Airlines, Nepal Airlines, Turkish Airline and Qatar Air to fly.  Limited charter flights are also permitted to operate.  The mountaineering season which ended in May before lockdown went off reasonably well. 

 

 

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

 

 

With all countries actively vaccinating their populace; it is only a matter of time before destinations will re-open for tourists who are fully vaccinated.  We recommend all our guests who plan to travel soon to be fully vaccinated so they can visit their holiday destinations when they re-open!

 

 

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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