Nepal announces 2023-2033 as Tourism decade

2023 to 2033 are declared as Nepal visit decade to boost tourism

Colorful wooden boat at Fewa lake, Pokhara, Nepal.

The Nepal government has recently announced that 2023 to 2033 will be celebrated as the Nepal visit decade, aiming at reviving the country’s tourism sector hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Mr. Jeevan Ram Shrestha, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Government of Nepal has officially announced the historic decision to turn around the industry to past glory and unveiled the 73-point tourism recovery action plan.

Making the announcement, Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation minister Mr.Jeevan Ram Shrestha also unveiled the 73-point tourism recovery action plan. Under the action plan, the government will offer attractive discounts to foreign film producers and artists for shooting in Nepal, the minister said. The government will also host an international conference of tourism ministers from South Asia in the near future.

The action plan also includes launching nighttime heritage walks in Kathmandu, Kirtipur, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur within the Kathmandu valley. As the cases of COVID started declining this year, over 50,000 tourists per month have been visiting the Himalayan nation since the beginning of the year 2022,

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