Nepal Issue Mountaineering Permit After COVID-19 Pandemic
Kathmandu – Nepal Government has issued a Mountaineering permit after the COVID-19 lockdown, which has stopped since march. The Department of Tourism has issued permission to a six-member Nepali team to climb Barunche Himal (7129 meters). This is the first formal ascent of the Coronation. Director-General of the Department of Tourism Rudra Singh Tamang granted permission to the team on Friday.
Since the Corona epidemic began, Tourist activities have closed. However, the government has opened tourism activities for the autumn.
Before that, the government had allowed a team including the Prince of Bahrain to come to Nepal to climb the mountain. However, the team has not yet obtained permission to climb. Steven Sherpa will lead the six-member team that took permission today.
According to the Department of Tourism, now Nepali or foreign nationals who want to go for mountaineering can go for mountaineering by following the guidelines of the Ministry of Health.
For that, the department itself will facilitate. Stakeholders expect mountaineering and trekking to help boost tourism after Corona.
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