The Government of Nepal has announced that 2018 shall be observed as a Tourism Year. During the announcement in Bidhya Devi Bhandari’s speech, the president also said that the government aims to bring one million tourists in Nepal in Tourism Year 2018.
The plans and programs released by the government focus heavily on promoting tourism in Nepal. Given the background that Nepal is soon going to implement the federalism, the government also plans to establish at least one museum in each of those provinces. The government anticipates that it will help to protect history of the respective regions.
The plans also seek for the long term future possibility of tourism in Nepal. We can know that because they include formation and implementation which will continue for 10 years helping in basic development in the tourism infrastructures for promotion. The plans brought by the government also aims to identify and upgrade and new and old tourist destinations.
“Birthplace of Lord Buddha — Lumbini, Kechana – country’s lowest point, and Damak, where the world’s tallest Buddha statue will be built, will be linked with the International Buddhist Circuit, “reads policy and programs document.
The step of the government has been taken positively by the stakeholders. The plans also certainly look very good in the paper. But as always, there is a serious question mark on whether the plans are going to be executed. Both challenges and opportunities lie ahead for the government.
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