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  • February 02, 2022
  • Nepal Aviation

What’s New- From 24th February – 10th March 2022

According to the Department of Nepalese Immigration, 16,975 tourists have arrived in Nepal via air in the month of January 2022, which can be a potential boost for the revival of the tourism industry in Nepal.


The government of Nepal is all set to implement the wildlife-friendly infrastructure directive as a one-horned rhinoceros died by falling inside a ditch. The government plans to implement such a directive as wildlife is one of the major pull factors to attract international as well as domestic tourists.


Top 10 destinations to visit in Nepal in 2022.


19,766 tourists visited Nepal in the month of February, which shows the upliftment of tourism in the country.


There has been a change made in the travel advisory by the Nepal government where people traveling from abroad are just required to show a negative PCR report or full vaccination card and also the visitors now don’t need to stay in quarantine. This move can be effective in reviving the tourism sector of the country.


The season for the observation of rare Tiger in Bardiya has started after the increase in tourists as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has reduced.


More than 1 million devotees visited the Pashupatinath temple on the occasion of the Maha Shivaratri festival which is double the number after the pandemic.


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