Consulate of NepaL

​Province of Alberta, Canada

कन्सुलेट अफ नेपाल

प्रभिन्स अफ अलबर्टा क्यानडा

Consular Information

Visiting some areas of Nepal may require an additional trekking or climbing permit. For more information, click on the Nepal Tourism Board link below.

Document Verification, Power of Attorney and Passport Requests

Subject to COVID-19 advisories, Canadian citizens may obtain a tourist visa valid for up to 90 days on arrival in Nepal at Tribhuvan International Airport (Kathmandu) with no pre-registration. For information about land border access, other types of visas, or visas for other foreign nationals, click on the Enhanced Visa Information link below.

All requests for document verification/authentication, Power of Attorney or Nepali passports must, by Nepali law, be processed by the Embassy of Nepal in Ottawa.

Honorary Consulate of Nepal for the Province of Alberta Calgary, Canada

Additional Government of Nepal Links

Congratulations to Nepal's K2 Summiteers

January 16, 2021

Trekking/Climbing Permits

The Honorary Consulate of Nepal in Calgary represents the Government of Nepal for the
Province of Alberta, offering information on tourism and conducting business in Nepal, and
providing consular assistance to Nepali citizens.

Visas for Travel to Nepal

+1 403.466.8955

Consultation by appointment only - due to COVID-19 protocols, telephone consultation only at this time.

​​​नेपाली भाषा सम्पर्क ओटावा मा नेपाल को दूतावास मा सहायताको लागि।

Embassy of Nepal in Canada
क्यानाडा मा नेपाल दूतावास
Ottawa, Ontario
+1 613.680.5513

Nepal Government

COVID-19 Advisories

January 31, 2021

Current Travel Status:

  • Non-Resident Nepalis or foreign passport holders of Nepali origin (and their families) may enter Nepal using visa-on-arrival
  • All other persons require either a visa issued in advance by the Embassy of Nepal in Ottawa or a recommendation letter from a Nepal government ministry for visa-on-arrival - check with your airline to ensure they are satisfied with your travel documents 
  • All travelers require a negative COVID-19 test not more than 72 hours before departure from the point of original embarkation (not from transit or layover locations)
  • Land border access to Nepal remains closed to foreigners