US lifts travel warning for NepalThe United States has cancelled warnings issued to its citizens from travelling to Nepal.
The United States has cancelled warnings issued to its citizens from travelling to Nepal.
The warning was issued on October 8, 2015 for geological instability in Nepal following the Gorkha Earthquake, the monsoon season, unrest in Tarai, and country-wide fuel shortages.
“Because conditions have changed, the Travel Warning was cancelled effective February 29, 2016,” read a statement issued by Embassy of the United States in Kathmandu on Tuesday.
Based on a country’s local conditions and risks for American travellers, the US Department of State publishes travel alert or travel warnings for every country in the world.