POKHARA, Dec 25: It has been almost a year since the COVID-19 pandemic affected the tourism sector. Had there been no pandemic, there would have been a lot of tourists in Pokhara at this time of the year. Although the time is end of the season, the city would still see the flow of tourists. But this year, it has become hard to spot international tourists in Pokhara due to COVID-19.
DAMAULI, Nov 8: Manahukot, located on the western top of Damauli bazar, has been drawing a huge crowd, after breathtaking photos of the area went viral on social media. Situated in ward 5 of Byas Municipality, this beautiful place has been receiving domestic tourists in huge numbers every day.
KATHMANDU, July 30: As the restriction on the operation of hotels comes to an end, hoteliers are working to draw the attention of domestic tourists for instantaneous revival of the country’s hospitality sector.
POKHARA, Nov 11: Pokhara has become a top priority destination for common Nepali. Along with domestic tourists, international tourists are also making Pokhara their chosen destination. Eye-catching snowcapped mountains in the north, lakes and greenery are the prime reasons as to people being fascinated to be in Pokhara.
CHITWAN, Oct 27: This past week, Sauraha was busy serving crowds of domestic tourists more than in the previous years. In this festive season, most of the visitors to Sauraha have been domestic visitors, most of whom come for family trips. In the previous years, the number of domestic tourists used to rise only for New Year’s day celebrations according to the Bikram and Gregorian calendars.