Drone regulation in Nepal
A list of drone regulations and links for drone pilots in Nepal
Nepal's Drone Regulation Overview:
Is a registration necessary?
You need to have Registration.
Recreational use of drones allowed?
Yes, it is allowed.
Is drone insurance mandatory?
It is obligated.
Commercial use of drones permitted?
Yes, but with conditions.
Does the drone need a badge?
Respect the privacy of other people
Don’t forget this rule.
Not allowed drones near airports
Stay away from Arports.
Drone regulation in Nepal
When you decide to travel and fly your drone in Nepal you need to be informed about the drone regulations about this. Always read the latest rules and information on the official web pages.
General Drone regulation in Nepal
Our advice is always to be up to date with the latest news and conditions before you decide and perform a drone flight. After that, you must keep also the drone regulation in Nepal listed bellow.
General Drone Laws in Nepal
– Max allowed altitude – 120 meters.
– If your drone is more than 2 kilograms – you need to have a Prior Authorization from the Ministry of Home Affairs, from the CAAN and from the Department of Tourism. You can find the Application here.
– You have to fly your drone safely. If your drone is under 2 kilograms – you do not need authorization.
– Distance with the drone- max 500 meters.
– Distance to any vessel, structure or vehicle – at least 50 meters.
– Maintain visual contact with the drone throughout the flight.
– Distance to any congested area – at least 150 meters.
– Don’t fly close near any Airport areas.
– Drones must not drop any things.
You can read more information on Drone regulation in Nepal on this page.
Some tourist travel tips for Nepal
Nepal – an unusual and enchanting country, standing under the roof of the world. A country of amazingly beautiful landscapes, endless snows, ancient temples, and smiling people. It is also called the refuge of the Gods and this is no accident – nature has endowed this unique land with vast captivating plains covered with dense jungle and rich wildlife and eight of the highest peaks on the planet, which just make us goosebumps.
Here are the magical Himalayas and the dreamy Mount Everest, attracting countless brave climbers from around the world. Nepal is among the poorest countries in the world, but tourists who come here, attracted by the temptation to embark on extraordinary adventures, remain equally captivated not only by the country but also by the friendly attitude and openness of the local people.
Nepal is an amazingly diverse country that actually offers something for everyone. Often just one trip through this extraordinary country is not enough. The first thing most tourists start doing upon their return is to plan their next adventurous trip to the earth under the roof of the world.
Nepal is located in South Asia with an area of 147,181 square kilometers. To the north, the country borders China, and to the east, west and south it is surrounded by neighboring India. Nepal has no access to the sea, the country is located near the Himalayas, and on its border with China is the highest peak in the world – Everest. Its territory is divided into three physical-geographical areas: mountainous, hilly and terry, which alternate from east to west, crossed by large rivers. Nature has endowed Nepal with eight of the ten highest mountain peaks in the world.
The population of Nepal is over 24 million people. The official language in the country is Nepali, although other spoken languages are Maithili, Taru, Bojpuri, Nepali Basa, Magar, Avadi and others. Among the locals, the largest ethnic group are the Chetri, and other ethnic groups include the mountain Brahmins, donkeys, tharu, tamang, nevari, Muslim, kami and others. The main religions that are worshiped in the country are Buddhism and Niduism.
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