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New Tourism Service Fee implemented

His Majesty`s Government has issued the Financial Ordinance 2061-62 on January 14, 2005…

His Majesty`s Government has issued the Financial Ordinance 2061-62 on January 14, 2005 which has made the new provision for Nepal Tourism Board to collect its Tourism Service Fee of NRs. 565 (including VAT) from Tribhuvan International Airport from the Foreign nationals/ tourists traveling by air only at the time of their departure revoking the previous system of collecting 2% Tourism Service Fee from tourists in different services which includes hotel, restaurant, rafting, trekking, tour, cable car etc. The Foreign nationals/ tourists will have to pay it at the counter of NABIL Bank at the airport along with Passenger Service Charge (Airport tax) while departing from Tribhuvan International Airport. This new scheme is expected to better facilitate the tourists, says Nepal Tourism Board.

We do hope that your embassy/consulate will circulate the new system to the visitors coming from your country to Nepal. The detail of the same is given below:

Departing from Nepal to SAARC Destinations(Bhutan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Maldives) by air:

NRs. 791 (Passenger Service Charge VAT) NRs. 565 (Tourism Service Fee VAT)= NRs. 1356

Departing from Nepal to Other Destinations by air:

NRs. 1130(Passenger Service Charge VAT) NRs. 565 (Tourism Service Fee VAT)= NRs. 1695

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