Fully vaccinated tourist can enter in nepal without rt- pcr test
In view of the current situation in the country, the Government of Nepal's COVID-19 Crisis Management Coordination Center (CCMC) has recently decided to do away with the need for PCR testing of passengers who have tested positive for COVID-19. . Good vaccination. , More on Times Travel
In recent days, Nepal has announced several measures to facilitate travel for fully vaccinated international travelers to boost tourism in the country. According to the report, international travelers will now be able to travel easily in the Himalayan region without a pre-departure PCR test. Now they have to show their vaccination certificate. In view of the current situation in the country, the Government of Nepal's COVID-19 Crisis Management Coordination Center (CCMC) has recently decided to do away with the requirement of PCR test for travelers with full experience against COVID-19.
The report said Nepal's tourism industry is proceeding cautiously to revive the tourism sector, which has been hit hard by the strategic action plan prepared by the National Tourism Revival Committee in collaboration with public and private stakeholders.
For the sustainable development of tourism in the country, the Tourism Revival Committee is working in various areas including policy reforms, promotional programmes, branding, infrastructure, marketing and promotion, standardization of services, product development.
The committee has taken certain steps to launch its partnership to revive tourism, including:
Fully vaccinated passengers are exempted from the mandatory PCR test.
During this recovery period, domestic flights will offer special discounts to international passengers.
In addition, hotels affiliated with the Hotel Association of Nepal offer at least 20% discount on their services to international tourists.
Nepal Tourism Ministry has appointed renowned Nepalese mountaineer Nirmal Purja as Nepal's Goodwill Ambassador for Tourism.
The report also said that the Recovery Committee will soon announce additional action plans and rehabilitation measures in April 2022.