Passengers from Nepal can enter Turkey, which is effective from 15th November 2021, following different measures.
So, what are the requirements to travel to Turkey?
All passengers who have been inoculated by a World Health Organization (WHO)-approved vaccine will be exempt from the 14-day quarantine rule upon arrival in Turkey.
Such travellers will also need to carry a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR certificate for a test taken up to 72 hours before departure.
What if someone is not vaccinated?
Non-vaccinated passengers, who will also have to carry a pre-departure negative RT-PCR certificate, will be subjected to the 14-day quarantine at their residence or any address they declare. On the 10th day of their quarantine, they will have to be tested again, and if negative, they will be released from quarantine. In the absence of a 10th-day test, they will be released from quarantine after 14 days.
Passengers under the age of 12 years will be exempted from the RT-PCR and vaccine certificate requirements.
For more information visit: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey/entry-requirements