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Nepal visa

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We will be visiting Nepal in September and according to the Nepal Embassy web site, a visa can be obtained when arriving in Katmandu. I have usually obtained visas at the country consulates located in DC, near where I live in NVA. Feel much better when I have the visa before going in. Having said that, as I recall have obtained visas in Turkey, Japan and Indonesia upon arrival with no hassles.

Can anyone address whether waiting to get a Nepal visa in country carries a risk or whether its routine and nothing to worry about (assuming you have a current passport and enough money to purchase)? Any recommendations pro or con?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Richard58

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