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Nepal Travel Alert

Most of the countries like US, UK, Australia and Canada issue travel alerts to their citizen so as to make them alert about the different issues or hassles they might face while traveling in a foreign country. Travel alert aware you about the current political issues, insurgency, violence etc. Visitors of certain countries may face some problem due to religious, economic and other factors. For example American citizen are highly alerted while travelling in Afghanistan and Jammu and Kashmir region of India and Pakistan. Traveling in Tibet may also cause some problems to the westerners. We therefore, strongly advise you to stay up to date with the travel advisory notices issued by your home country against traveling in any foreign country. As far as Nepal is concerned, Nepal is now a safe and secured destination to plan your holiday or adventure. There had been some travel advisory alerts in the past against traveling in Nepal during a decade long Maoist insurgency but now since the Maoist have shunned the path of violence and joined the mainstream politics there is no issue as such. We are confident to plan your adventure in Nepal in a most secured way. We assure you that there are no securities threats for traveling in any corner of Nepal, be it higher Himalayas or the plain Terai region.


We strongly encourage you to visit the detailed country specific information on Nepal issued by different countries. You may also contact the respective embassies and the office of the consulate to get the detail information before traveling to this magical land of Himalayas.


Click the links below to visit the detailed country specific information on Nepal issued by different countries.


US Department of State (http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_980.html)


Australia Government (http://www.smartraveller.gov.au/zw-cgi/view/Advice/Nepal)


UK Government (https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/nepal)


Canadian Consular Affairs (http://travel.gc.ca/destinations/nepal)