Honorary Consul’s Message
Welcome to the website of the Estonian Consulate in Nepal. As the only representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia to Nepal, I heartily express warm greetings to all our Estonian and Nepali friends.
The diplomatic relationship between the Republic of Estonia and the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal was established in 1992. Subsequently the Consulate of the Republic of Estonia was opened in Kathmandu in 2013. Ever since its opening the Consulate has been providing necessary consular services to both Estonians and Nepalis and promoting mutual cooperation on diplomatic as well as people-to-people level between the two countries.
The Consulate is empowered by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to offer consular services to Estonian travelers who come to Nepal on tourism, business or other purpose. Therefore I would like to invite Estonians traveling to Nepal to contact us during their stay in Nepal. The consulate is located in Thamel, the tourist hub of Kathmandu, just a 15-minute drive from Tribhuvan International Airport.
I would like to inform Estonians traveling to Nepal to contact the consulate should you require any kind of support or services from the Consulate during your stay in Nepal. In case of emergency situation, our phone lines are always open. Estonian travelers are advised to fill out a registration form (you can download a copy from this website) and submit to the Consulate for any further assistance.
Besides its consular functions, the Consulate is also focused on promoting bilateral trade and commerce including tourism between the two countries. We have provided a brief background and important links that may be useful for investment and trade for Estonian and Nepali entrepreneurs.
The consulate also hearty welcomes Nepali entrepreneurs travelers as well as students or anyone interested in visiting Estonia. Please contact us for general information and visa processing matters.
I wish for a greater relationship and cooperation between Estonia and Nepal in the coming days.