Nepal Visa

Saudiwakala is an accredited UK visa agent helping people obtain visas for Nepal. Boasting eight of the ten highest mountains in the world, the South Asian nation is one of the most popular adventure destinations around. However, almost all visitors — including UK citizens — must possess a valid visa to enter the country.

Here at Saudiwakala, we’re aware of just how inconvenient applying for travel documentation can be, particularly when you just want to be planning your trip. Which is why our Nepal visa services are so useful, as we take care of everything on your behalf.

Please note: Our visa services do not extend to those wishing to come to the UK from Nepal.

  • Nepal Tourist Visa

Finished within five working days

  • How to apply for a Nepal visa

  • Read the guidelines – Carefully examine the application details for your chosen visa.
  • Organise your documents – Gather everything you need, such as passport photos, flight booking confirmations and a Nepal visa application form.
  • Buy your visa – You can pay for your Nepal visa online, using debit and credit cards, or Apple Pay.
  • Submit your application – You can either post your application to GulfVisa or drop it off to our London office in Mayfair. We typically turn applications around in six working days, though this does not include delivery times.
  • Nepal Visa Cost

Types of Visa Validity Fees GBP (£)
Tourist Visa Fast: Completed within 1 working day Standard: Completed within 2 working days From £79.00
  • Travel to Nepal - A mini guide

Home to world-renowned natural beauty, iconic religious sites and an abundance of exotic animals, Nepal is one of the most fascinating countries on the planet.

  • Nepal's Culture

Nepal has a rich, diverse culture stemming from the roughly 101 distinct ethnic groups present in the country. This manifests itself in many ways, including the numerous types of Nepalese music. For instance, the Tamang community are known for Tamang Selo music, a genre of Nepalese folk using instruments like the Damphu, Madal and Tungna. Another example is Newar, a form of traditional music developed by the Newars, a linguistic and cultural community of largely Indo-Aryan and Tibeto-Burman ethnicities. This is characterised by its use of percussion and wind instruments, including the Dhime drum. Meanwhile, cuisine from ethnic groups such as the Khas, Thakali and the Newars people has huge significance in Nepal. One example is the dal-bhat-tarkari, a widely popular curry dish that’s traditionally eaten twice daily by the Khas people

Considering the huge number of ethnic groups in Nepal, it’s no surprise that there are an estimated 123 languages spoken in the country. Nepali is by far the most widely-used, however, with over 40% of the population speaking it as their mother tongue. Religion also plays a huge role in Nepalese culture. Over 80% of the population identify as Hindu, while just under 10% practise Buddhism. Both the religion’s traditions in Nepal go back two millennia, which can be evidenced by the number of ancient temples and monasteries throughout the country. Today, many of Nepal’s biggest celebrations are religious, including the Dashain, Vijaya Dashami and Buddha Purnima festivals.

  • Nepal's Economy

Nepal has a developing lower-middle income economy, with its main industries including agriculture, tourism and hydroelectricity. While the country’s economic development has been hampered by being landlocked and political instability, Nepal has still made slow progress towards sustainable economic growth, especially in recent years. For instance, it has enjoyed over 6% GDP growth for three consecutive years in 2017, 2018 and 2019. Nepal’s primary trade partner is neighbouring India, while the country also has strong trading relationships with the US and China

  • Nepal's Most Popular Destinations

Nepal’s biggest attraction will always be Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain above sea level. Even those who don’t attempt to scale it are still drawn to Everest, marvelling at it from viewpoints at Kala Patthar, Nagarkot View Tower and Chandragiri Hill. Indeed, Nepal is blessed with a truly remarkable range of mountains considering the Himalayas passes through the country, with the likes of Kangchenjunga, Manaslu and Lhotse also incredibly popular with visitors.

But Nepal’s natural beauty isn’t all about its mountains, as it also boasts an array of national parks offering stunning views and the chance to see exotic animals up close. Take Chitwan National Park, which not only lets you explore alluvial grasslands and subtropical forests but spot fauna including the Bengal tiger, Indian leopards and monkeys. While Bardiya National Park gives you the opportunity to see animals such as elephants, rhinos and dolphins.

Nepal is also noted for its breathtaking array of ancient Hindu and Buddhist architecture. Highlights include the stunning Swayambhunath “Monkey Temple” stupa, the sacred Pashupatinath temple and the magnificent Boudhanath, which is one of the world’s largest stupas.

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