Nepal needs to focus on sustainable tourism

 Saturday, May 27, 2023 


Nepal is a spectacular country, displaying an abundance of natural splendor, rich cultural inheritance along with several unique allures. A trekker’s heaven, blessed with varied backgrounds, the grand snow- capped Himalayas, appealing hills, and plentiful luxurious green forests, Nepal is one of the most preferred travel spots globally.

Nepal has eight of the ten tallest mountains in the world including Mount Everest, which lures thousands
of explorers, rock climbers and those looking for adventures each year. According to LonelyPlanet, Nepal
ranks fifth among the top ten destinations globally considering visitation.

Tourism is one of the main supports for the Nepali economy and a chief foundation for foreign exchange
and income. Nepal’s tourism business has conventionally concentrated toward climbing and
adventure tourism along with other types of tourism like wildlife tourism, agro-tourism, ecotourism and
cultural tourism.

These tourism categories have witnessed global responsiveness in recent times owing to their
contribution toward inspiring consumption, encouraging trade and increasing global communication.

Nepal has the prospective to develop into a tourism center by evolving these types of tourism and gaining the advantages. Regrettably, the country’s government is yet to highlight them while making tourism tactics and rules. By expanding its tourism contributions, Nepal can entice a wider group of visitors and generate more maintainable tourism performances that help both the economy and the environs.

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