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Rs. 2.68 billion allocated for tourism sector


KATHMANDU: The government has allocated 2.68 billion rupees for tourism sector in its budget for the fiscal year 2019/20.
Presenting the budget for the fiscal year fiscal year 2019/20, Finance Minister Dr. Yuba Raj Khatiwada said that the government had allocated the budget keeping in mind about the growing economy, creating new jobs and increasing income with the help of tourism sector in the country. Dr. Khatiwada said that the budget allocated was to boost Visit Nepal Year 2020 by promoting Nepal as an attractive, safe, adventurous and entertaining destination in the world.
“Many new touristic places will be discovered, new infrastructure will be constructed and development will take place in the tourist destinations and sectors,” said Khatiwada
Minister Khadiwada added that standard road, big convention centres and other required infrastructure would be built within 2020 and more historic places that were used during the unification of Nepal would be recognised and converted into tourist spots.
“Various tourist centric areas, including adventure, agriculture, rural, river, religious, sports and health will be developed as one. Mountain trekking routes linking Darchula of Sudur Paschim to Taplejung will be created,” said Minister Khatiwada.
Minister Khatiwada added that the Rara area would be promoted as a prime national tourist destination.
“Different spots of Mahabharat era will be converted into famous relaxing spot and more religious areas will be discovered,” he added.
Minister Khatiwada said that the government would help all willing sectors develop strong infrastructures like installing cable cars in high mountainous regions to develop tourist region in the country.

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Information for Indian tourists travelling by land:- 72 hours (-) C-19 report, CCMC form and Antigen Test at entry point
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