Nepal Visa – 30 Days or 90 Days and Overstay Visa Charges? I’ve booked to go to Nepal for 31 days which would result in me paying for a 90-day visa, annoying! If I entered and then left the country for a week and came back, how would the visa work? Question Geography | Country: Nepal solved 0 Nepal Noelia 2 Answers 1537 views 4 Nepal Visa Answers ( 2 ) Kailey Carter 4 Reply You can get a 30-day visa on arrival and pay the $2 per day overstay fine when you leave (if they even ask you for it). Best answer Noelia 0 Reply Oh amazing, I’ve already booked my flight out though so will they check on arrival? Kailey Carter 1 Reply I arrived in Kathmandu twice without an onward ticket and never been asked for one., if they do I doubt they’ll make you buy a 90-day visa, Nepali’s are pretty relaxed, just smile back 🙂 Addison 0 Reply The first day other stay is free in Népal, go for the 30days 😉 Golden Lubowitz 0 Reply You don’t need to show your onward ticket in Nepal. You can just tell them you want a 30-day visa. And then pay 2 dollars for your overstay. I thought you can pay the 2 dollars at the airport when you leave. But to be sure you can check the Nepali immigration website. The 2 dollars a day fee is only valid for max. 1-week overstay. Leave an answer Name* E-Mail* Answer* Click here to cancel reply. Receive Email Notifications? no, do not subscribe yes, replies to my answer yes, all answers/replies instantly hourly digest daily digest weekly digest Click the camera icon to upload an image to your answer. You can upload one image with JPG, GIF or PNG extension and Maximum size of file cannot be more than 2 MB. If you want to add multiple images, paste the direct URLs of images in the answer box.