How to get a permit to film in National Parks and Conservation Areas in Nepal?

Nepal The Ministry of Information and Communications approves the application for filming in Nepal. Then, the ministry provides a cooperation letter to Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation.Not to mention, this gets a specific permit to film in National Parks namely Sagarmatha National Park, Chitwan National Park, etc. Furthermore, it gets a permit from […]

Holi – The Festival of colour | Color Festival in Nepal

Holi – The Festival of colour | Color Festival in Nepal is a vibrant, bouncing and multi-colored carnival of love, color, and fertility that takes place every year in February/March. Not only does it mark the official arrival of spring, but it also celebrates the lasting love between Lord Krishna and Radha. It is an […]

List of things you should Do’s and Dont’s while visiting Nepal

Do’s and Dont’s while visiting Nepal – With its diverse ethnic groups and age-old traditional beliefs, Nepal has numerous cultural practices . This may appear bizarre to a person on his/her first visit to the country. With this in mind, some considerations on different cultural aspects act as important. List of things: “Namaste” or “Namaskar” […]

Filming in Lumbini | How to get a permit to film in Lumbini Development Trust?

The Ministry of Information and Communications approves the application for filming in Lumbini . Then, the ministry provides a cooperation letter to the Lumbini Development Trust. Moreover, it enables you to get a specific permit to film in the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Kapilvastu Area.  Likewise, the permit approves within two working days after the submission […]

How to get a permit to film in Historical and Archaeological places in Nepal?

The Ministry of Information and Communications approves the application for filming in Nepal. Then, the ministry provides a cooperation letter to the Department of Archaeology. This gets a specific permit to film in Historical and Archaeological places in Nepal like Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur, Changunarayan, Durbar Squares, Boudhanath, Lumbini, Swayambhunath, etc. Moreover, if your application submits […]

Things You Should Know For Filming or Documentary Shoot in Nepal

Necessary Information Customs The filmmaker or the local coordinator who wants to Filmning or Documentary Shoot in Nepal should inform the Film Development Board. It should inform about the crew bringing in equipment for film production. Also, the goods useful for filming purposes or as a sample, after receiving the filming permit from the Ministry […]

About Nepal Tourist Visa | Tourist Visa for Filming in Nepal

Foreigners entering Nepal for filming purpose or as a tourist should get a tourist visa. Granting a tourist visa has a period of maximum 150 days in a visa year. Moreover, visa year means January to December. To obtain any visa, please contact Nepal Embassy, a consulate in your country. Likewise, you can apply for […]

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