Nepal has reopened Mount Everest and other Himalayan Peaks again to boost tourism in the country which is a major part of its economy for autumn. Although climbing in this season is too risky due to adverse weather and COVID-19 cases are still not under control.
But with the authorities preparing safety or guidelines and preventive measures to keep tourists safe from low risk countries with negative Corona reports during the entire period.
As per the reports
- Nepal has opened Mount Everest and other Himalayan peaks after a nearly 5-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Tourism Department.
- The country has opened 414 peaks for mountaineering purposes.
- In line with the relaxation on economic activities, the government has allowed hotels, restaurants, trekking and mountaineering services to resume operations.
- The international flights from low risk countries are going to resume in Nepal from August 17 as it is expecting tourists for the autumn season.
- The authorities are framing the safety rules for tourists, including the quarantine period required for them and safety guidelines.
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