9 Places Nepalese People Can Visit Without A Visa

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Madagascar (Visa on arrival – 90 days)

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The Flora, dramatic geography, wildlife, people and culture – Madagascar has it all. For the size of the island, Madagascar has an overwhelming amount of stunning and diverse landscape which definitely makes it a place to check in.

Singapore (Visa on arrival – 30 days)

Be it for its history, culture, climate or its islands – Singapore is a must visit place for people seeking fun, adventure and a time out from their daily monotonous life. This city is sure to surprise you by its modern skyscrapers coupled with traditional architectures will leave you in awe.

Mauritius (Visa on arrival – 90 days)


Mauritius enjoys a tropical climate with clear warm sea waters, attractive beaches, tropical fauna and flora complemented by a multi-ethnic and cultural population. It’s a cool place to hang out as all of these are backed up by well-designed and run hotels with reliable operational service.

Bolivia (Visa on arrival – 90 days)

Bolivia is a country of Ancient Cultures and Awe-inspiring Landscapes. Bolivian vibes signifies warm smiles, friendly banter and gracious hospitality. A destination with the welcoming home stays and mouthwatering food and fiestas is definitely not to be missed.

Philippines (Visa not required – 30 days) 


A paradise of beaches and islands has a unique blend of weather, climate, culture, food. A place with friendly people, a thriving night life, you get a little bit of everything in this country.

Sri Lanka (Electronic Travel Authorization – 30 days; must hold return or onward ticket)


An exquisite location with wildlife, people, diversity and adventures. Sri Lanka is definitely a place for anthropologists as it has the concentration of numerous ancient cities and temples.

Myanmar(eVisa – 28 days. eVisa holders must arrive via Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw or Mandalay airports. )


Balloon rides are a popular way for tourists to see pagodas and other areas of scenic beauty in Burma/Myanmar. This majestic wonderland will give all the right memories.

Tanzania (Visa on arrival – 3 months)

Pack up your bags and explore the natural greatness – the mountains, conservation areas, national parks, lakes, beaches and many more in Tanzania.

(Visa on arrival – 30 days)

Clear water, while and black sand beaches Maldives is for wanderers who love to get lost in the scenic beauty of what an island has to offer. Boasting on ecotourism Maldives conservation methods is well reflected in its abundant marine life.

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