News & Updates

Travel Updates

Welcome to Bluesheep’s News and Travel Updates page. We make sure this page is filled with important travel news and information from our ground staff, teams as well as verified government websites and reliable news sources. As you can see, we have quite a few updates. You might want to check out out Covid-19 Updates Page for specific news concerning the pandemic.

Introduction of Abroad Returnee Management System

Updated on 31st January, 2021

As per the Government of Nepal, all the passengers traveling from the countries (includes transit) with new COVID-19 variants should follow the following quarantine and health protocols:

  1. All passengers flying into Nepal must have COVID-19 test negative report obtained within 72 hours prior to their departure.
  2. All passengers must present printed bar code of Abroad Returnee Management System after duly filling the online form available in COVID-19 Crisis Management Center’s website.
  3. The passengers must book hotels before buying flight ticket from the list of hotels approved by the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Nepal.
  4. Visitors staying in hotel quarantine should test for COVID-19 after 5 days at their own expense. Those with negative PCR report are allowed to leave hotel with additional 5 days home quarantine.
  5. Those who have not tested COVID-19 in 5 days must stay for 10 days hotel quarantine compulsorily.

Source: Department of Immigration

Visa on Arrival, Land Border and Other Important Updates

Updated on 18th January, 2021

The Government of Nepal has provisioned some conditions for the foreigner’s arrival in Nepal. Here is the list of the conditions in brief:

  1. Visa on Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport is only for the foreigners holding Diplomatic/Official passport, Foreign Employees working in International Organizations and Non Residential Nepalese (NRN).
  2. Except the above-mentioned individuals, all foreigners should obtain a tourist visa from the Nepalese Diplomatic Missions abroad.
  3. The entry/exit points at the land border remain closed until further notice.
  4. All travelers traveling to Nepal must have a COVID-19 negative report obtained within 72 hours prior to their departure from first port of embarkation. No reports required for children below 5 years accompanied with parents.
  5. All passengers traveling from United Kingdom (UK) or transits are restricted to enter Nepal until further notice.

Source: Department of Immigration

Arrival Restriction from United Kingdom

Updated on 22nd December, 2021

The Department of Immigration, Nepal has issued a notice regarding the Arrival Restriction from United Kingdom (UK) until further notice. This applies to all the passengers willing to take direct flight or transits.