The Kathmandu, December 15,2017 Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Nepal Chapter will contribute to the 2030 Plan to 5 million tourism to reach in Nepal published.
Dec 15, At the 41st annual general meeting of Pacific Asia Association Nepal Chapter.AS the country is on track to achieving around 1 million tourists to be fulfill this year. They have put forward an ambitious vision of attracting 5 million tourists by 2030.
Similarly, the scheme will contribute to the 2030 Agenda for sustainable Development that asks countries to promote sustainable tourism that creates jobs and promotes local culture and products in line with the united Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Moreover, The new opportunities coming froma stable government and the kind of prespective that the political parties have put for infrastructure development will stimulate the potential of the tourism infrastructure development will stimulate the potential of the tourism industry,” said Yubaraj Khatiwada, former vice-chairman of the National Planning Commission.
The peak tourist season does not begin until September,challenges persist to attract 5 million tourists. The basic thing is infrastructure. If we have three international airports, the goal will be attainable, he said. “Besides, a number of outdated tourism policies need to be changed; and with regard to marketing,