Nepal borders two countries i.e., India and China. To the South, West and East Nepal share its border with India and to the North with the Autonomous Region of Tibet.
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Apart from this Nepal has only one international airport which is Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), Nepal has numerous Ports of Entry for foreign nationals at the border of both India and China but if travelers arrive in Nepal through international airlines, they will land at the Tribhuvan International Airport and will easily be able to receive On-Arrival Visa which is a quick and simple procedure, this is same to all the ports of entry to Nepal either traveler arrive ‘By Land’ or ‘By Air’
But still, there are some Nationals who are denied On-Arrival Visa in Nepal at any ports of entry (‘By Land’ or ‘By Air’) in Nepal, if they want to visit Nepal, they have to acquire their Visa to Nepal from the Diplomatic Mission (Embassies/Consulates) of Nepal Government from their respective country or the country where they dwell prior to their arrival in Nepal. Following is the list of countries whose citizens are Refuse to Grant an On-Arrival Visa in Nepal.
- Syria (and)
- Refugees with a travel document