Urgent Travel Advice for Nepal & Sri Lanka (Covid-19)

On 14th March 2020 the Nepal and Sri Lanka Governments have introduced temporary measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 by cancelling the visa-on-arrival system.

This does not mean they are not allowing tourists to enter. It means tourists need to obtain their visa prior to travel. Therefore it is not a travel ban and our tours are still departing to these countries subject to the new visa conditions. It is your responsibility to obtain your visa prior to travel and any other documents you may require.

Should you wish to cancel or postpone your trip please see our revised refund policy or contact MyHoliday2 staff to discuss your options: Refund Policy


Nepal Government suspended on-arrival visa for all the nationalities from today (14th March) midnight to 30th April 2020 and those have Nepal valid visa need to summit swab test health certificate issued maximum 7 days before traveling date.


Entering the country with on-arrival visas has been suspended as of today (14 March 2020) until further notice. Anyone due to travel to Sri Lanka can still do so but must apply for and obtain an e-visa prior to travel through the ETA website:

This method takes about 2-3 days to process and cost USD$35.