The Nepal tourism board has recently launched the ‘Visit Nepal Year 2020’ campaign to attract more tourists in the future. The campaign was launched in New Delhi. By 2020, the tourism board has planned to operate two new international airports as well, one in Pokhara and another in Lumbini, and introduce the Airbus 330-200 to provide airline services to the growing number of tourists.
Hospitality Infrastructure Front
Nepal tourism board will add 4000 rooms in the four and five-star categories. A number of international hotel chains are expected to operate properties in Nepal. Nepal receives 200,000 Indian visitors in a year and aims to witness 25 per cent annual growth.
Why Nepal This Summer?
Nepal is also a major religious hub, housing pilgrimage sites for followers of Buddhism and Hinduism. Possessing eight of the ten highest mountains in the world, Nepal is also a hot spot destination for mountaineers, rock climbers and people seeking adventure.
The board has many options for every type of travelers like adventure and mountaineering, bird watching, butterfly watching, village tours to see the Nepalese culture.
In 2015, a severe earthquake had struck Nepal in which many people lost their lives. The tourism board is trying to reclaim its lost glory by coming out with different campaigns and attracting tourists.
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