After almost 10 months United States and United Kingdom have completely lifted its travel warning against Nepal, including the earthquake affected regions of Nepal.
On March 11, 2016 The Foreign and Commonwealth Office of UK updated its travel advice mentioning ‘advice against all but essential travel lifted for all areas of Nepal’. UK relaxed the restriction in view of Prince Harry’s first ever upcoming official visit to Nepal from March 19-23. [Source : The Kathmandu Post]
The US Department of State on 7th March, 2016 cancelled its travel warning for Nepal. The US Embassy in Kathmandu in a statement said that the travel warning was lifted “because conditions have changed, with the end of blockade and the effects of the earthquake no more in the country”. [Source : Republica]
Before, on July 4, three countries US, the UK and New Zealand—lifted restrictions on their citizens travelling to Nepal, except for districts hit hard by the April 25 earthquake and following aftershocks.