Before visiting Nepal travelers must follow some of the Covide-19 Protocols.
You must take the following documentation with you when visiting Nepal:
a vaccination record that demonstrates successful completion of the whole COVID-19 vaccine course at least 14 days before entering Nepal.
A COVID-19 test report (RT-PCR, Gene Expert, True NAAT, or WHO accredited test) showing a negative result that was completed within the last 72 hours of boarding from the first airport, or within 72 hours of entry if you are entering through a land border, is required if you are not fully immunized or have not completed a full dose of vaccination at least 14 days prior to arriving in Nepal.
This clause will not be applied to children below 5 years.
The latest dose of the COVID-19 immunization must have been administered at least 14 days before arrival in Nepal, according to the vaccination certificate.
You must get a COVID-19 test as soon as you notice any symptoms connected to the virus while traveling to different destinations in Nepal, and stay in isolation if the test is positive.
Here are some of the things each traveler should do for their and other safety
Wear Face Mask
Always keep your hand and personal things clean
carry sanitizer with you etc.