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World Tourism day



In April, a group of Japanese who were ready to come to Nepal for mountaineering could not make it. Confined in their own homes due to the Corona epidemic, there are many such stories this year. Nepal's Drishti Adhikari had planned to trek the foothills of the Ganesh Himal via the Lapa Valley this year, but these things had to be put on hold until the situation returned to normal.

The big hotels are on the verge of closing, the salaries of the staff working there have been reduced, the rooms are waiting for the guests and the guests are waiting for the opportunity but tourism has become just a dream this year.

Huge planes like the A380 have been grounded, there are silent airports, and the biggest impact this year has been on the coronavirus, in tourism. Remember, tourism is the biggest business in the world, this year every aspect of this business has been badly weighed down. I would like to remind everyone of World Tourism Day, September 27th.

Tourism for All: International Tourism Day is celebrated every year on September 27 with the slogan of promoting accessible global tourism.

Tourism is the biggest industry in the world, tourism must be accessible to all. Whether we are living at home or traveling somewhere, maybe because of some disability or injury or because of having young children, because of a family, or because of old age, the elderly are being deprived of some way to go or take advantage of tourism. But sooner or later, the worldwide easy access to tourism and the benefits of tourism should be available to all.

Easy tourism should be accessible to everyone in the world so that we can observe the beauty and diversity of the planet Earth. The meaning of life is certainly not narrow, in a broader context life means understanding new things, moving to new places, and gaining as much knowledge and experience as possible. Marco Polo, Vasco da Gama, Captain Cook, and others, whose explorations and travels have spread the wave of culture, civilization, and development in the world, also set out to discover new things and find new places and connect the world.

On the other hand, tourism helps in earning foreign exchange, creating employment, sources of public and private income, cultural exchange, and enhancing the image of the nation. Let us warmly welcome the tourists to be our guests, let the hospitality be maintained, let us be at the forefront of tourism with different currents, and transition zeal in the post-COVID world. Good luck.

Suyog Dhakal



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