Nepal visa requirements for Filipinos

Travel and visa requirements

Nepalese Visa is not required for Filipinos

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  • Philippine nationals can travel to Nepal and be issued their Nepalese visa upon their arrival in Nepal. That is, Philippine nationals can visit Nepal on visa-on-arrival.
  • Nepalese visa on arrival issued to Philippine citizens is of 90 days of stay duration.
  • You can apply for your visa extension should the give date not suffice to cater to your reasons in the country. The extension is done at the country's immigration department in the country. The visa extension is laced with an extension fee.
  • Note that the Immigration Office at Tribhuvan International Airport is not authorized to extend visas.
  • You are required to possess your international passports valid for the proposed duration of stay at the time of entry.
  • Blanked pages for necessary stampings are required. At least, you should reserve two empty international passport pages for the stampings.
  • Requirement for an airport tax is not levied on passengers.
  • Foreign currencies amounting to or exceeding $2,000 USD must be declared to the customs at the airports in the country.
  • Traveling with your pets require an accompaniment of veterinarian health and rabies certificates.
  • Nepalese standard time zone is (GMT+5.45). This place the Philippines 2 hours, 15 minutes ahead of Nepal.
  • The estimated flight time from Manila, Philippines to Kathmandu, Nepal is 9 hours, 10 minutes.
  • Airlines traveling to Nepal are Philippine Airlines, Cathay Dragon, Malaysia Airlines, China Southern, Cathay Pacific, and Nepal Airlines.
  • The Nepalese telephone code is (+977) used for both local and international communications.
  • In Nepal, vehicles are driven on the left-hand side of the road.
  • The Nepali law requires that any driver including citizens of other countries must have a valid Nepali drivers’ license in order to legally operate a motor vehicle in the country.
  • Visitors are prohibited to bring any kind of explosives, firearms and ammunition into Nepal.
  • Volunteer jobs on a tourist visa are illegal and can result in detention, fines or even expulsion by immigration authorities.
  • Driving in Nepal after consuming any amount of alcohol could result in arrest in Nepal.
  • Religious conversion to religions other than Buddhism is considered illegal in Nepal.
  • Nepal is the 48th largest country by population and 93rd largest country in the world by landmass.
  • Nepal has a diverse geography including fertile plains, subalpine forested hills, and eight of the world's ten tallest mountains including Mount Everest the highest point on Earth.
  • Nepal is a multiethnic country with Nepali as the official language, and Nepalese Rupee denoted as (NPR) is the local currency of the country.
  • Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal.
  • Nepal remains isolated from the world's major land, air and sea transport routes although, within the country, aviation is in a better state, with 47 airports, flights are frequent and support a sizeable traffic.
  • The significant majority of the Nepalese population follows Hinduism as a religion, Buddhism is equally a dominant religion.
  • Banks operate from Sundays to Fridays in Nepal, only on Saturdays are the days the banking institutions do not operate in the country.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many period of stays are issued to Philippine citizens on applying for the Nepalese visa?

90 days of stay duration are issued on the Nepalese visa to Philippine nationals who are visiting the country for the purpose of business and other reasons.

What are the airlines traveling to Nepal?

Airlines traveling to Nepal are Philippine Airlines, Cathay Dragon, Malaysia Airlines, China Southern, Cathay Pacific, and Nepal Airlines.

What is the capital city of Nepal and what is its official currency?

Kathmandu is the official capital city of Nepal, and its official currency is Nepalese Rupee denotes (NPR).

Is Nepal a small country?

Nepal is a very small country trapped in between two big countries in landmass and population. That is, China and India.