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BLISSFUL NEPAL TOUR - atozholidays
Baglung, 14 December. Tourism in Baglung, which has been in crisis since last year due to Kovid-19, has started to recover again. Half a dozen new tourist destinations have been identified in the district during the shutdown. Citizens who have shrunk around their homes due to the closure of Corona and its aftermath are now on the move again. Recently, development of homestays in villages, construction of the world’s longest claimed suspension bridge connecting Parbat-Baglung, identification of new tourist destinations like Buddha Hill, Soledanda, Kalilek, Dudelek, Beldhunga, Handikot, infrastructure development, publicity and promotion along with tourist activities. Is starting to happen. Covid-19 has pushed Nepal tourism into limbo. Recovery may take years –  OnlineKhabar English News According to Nilesh Rajbhandari, president of the Hotel Entrepreneurs’ Association, the number of domestic tourists visiting Bhakunde, Sarvasiddhi Dham Panchkot, the famous Baglung Kalika Bhagwati Temple and the Shaligram Museum has been increasing recently. “There is some hope and enthusiasm in the tourism sector in Corona, which has zero hopes. If new destinations can be identified, infrastructure developed, promoted and promoted, tourism in the district will increase soon,” said Chairman Raj Bhandari. Only a few days before Dashain, the youths engaged in tourism promotion of Baglung had reached Handikot Island in Jaimini Municipality of the district. Handikot is in the news now after the youth and journalists who have been active in the field of tourism and tourism. Local Tilak Kshatriya said that the number of domestic tourists visiting the area has increased daily. The youths of the same group have taken a week-long trek from Beldhunga on the border of Ward No. 3 of Kathekhola and Beni Municipality-3 of Myagdi to Dhorlek of Tarakhola and Dhorpatan of Soledanda Barah Lake of Tamankhola with the objective of identifying and promoting new footpaths. Nepal Tour Packages | Yatri Nepal AdventuresThey named it ‘Magar Community Footpath’. Photographer RK Adipta Giri said that the footpath has more settlements of the Magar community and the name of the Magar community footpath has been given in terms of culture, food and hospitality. Now those who want to travel long distances will have the opportunity to trek through this route. Khim Bahadur Kshatriya, a tourism campaigner and member of the mobile team, said that they are running a tourism promotion campaign with the slogan ‘First Home District and Four Forts of the Homeland’. “The new and old tourist destination of Baglung was reached in the midst of the bandh. The time was used by promoting a lot of publicity through news, social media and YouTube,” said Kshatriya. ‘ In the midst of the bandh, Buddha Hill also got a good discussion with its identity within the Baglung municipality. Khimraj Sapkota, Ward Chairman of Baglung Municipality-6, said that the Buddha-shaped hill on the border of Baglung Municipality-6 and 7 has been identified and now there are around 100 tourists daily. Khimananda Kandel, chairman of the Dhaulagiri Tourism Promotion and Development Committee, said that the interest shown by the locals towards the tourism sector, attraction of the younger generation in the tourism sector and increasing use of social media has facilitated the promotion of the tourism sector. Is Nepal ready to welcome tourists? - The Himalayan TimesHe said that the time of new places like Kalilek, Panchdhara of Pandavakhani, which is the confluence of Tarakhola Municipality, Galkot Municipality and Kathekhola Municipality, has come out between Korona Kahar. Tourists are coming from outside the district to observe the bridge connecting Ramrekha of Baglung Municipality-1 and Pang Adubabari of Parbat. Raju Khadka, chairman of the Baglung Kalika Bhagwati Guthi Management Committee, said that the government has made arrangements for the devotees to visit the Kalika temple by maintaining social distance. Khadka, who is also the chairman of the Baglung Tourism Development Committee, said, “There has been a problem in returning the visitors. The number of people visiting the Kalika Temple has gradually increased since the tourist activities started.”

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