Nepal Opens Door for Tourism Restarting – Nepalayatimes
Kathmandu – After the announcement of the government of Nepal to end lockdown, which imposed to control the Covid-19 in the country officially from 22nd July, the tourism industries open step by step. It’s a way to tourism restarting.
Organizing a press conference in Kathmandu on Tuesday evening, the government spokesperson, Finance Minister Yuba Raj Khatiwada, said the cabinet meeting held on Monday decided to end the lockdown. As per the decision, the suspension on domestic and international flights will also end on August 17.
Likewise, hotels and restaurants will be allowed to operate from July 31. They, however, will be barred from hosting parties and gatherings. Trekking and traveling and mountaineering businesses will also resume from July 31.
Long-route public transportation will reopen on August 17 whereas the odd-even rationing on private vehicles has also ended. Sports and other academic activities except regular physical classes will also reopen from that day.
The tourism industry-related activities like domestic and international flights, trekking business, and hotels all will open till August 17 but not sure to collect tourists from foreign countries.
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