Everything you need to know about Visit Nepal 2020
If you are wondering what the Visit Nepal 2020 campaign is, then please keep on reading this article.
In 2018 Nepal Tourism Board launched ‘Visit Nepal 2020’ with a tagline of “Lifetime Experiences”. The government is aiming to attract 2 million tourists at the year 2020. Since, the increase of tourists by 24% in the year 2018, it was a perfect time to launch such campaign.
Nepal is one of the best countries for trekking in the world. According to Atlas and Boots it is the 4th best country for trekking and there are very few countries in the world that have diversity in culture, nature and geography. Nepal is a country of himalayas, with 8 of the 10 highest mountain peak is in Nepal.
What are the plans for Visit Nepal 2020?
Government is planning in developing a friendly and enjoyable environment for tourist from all around the world by providing the best cultural, religious, adventurous, leisure and natural experiences.
What are the main objectives of this campaign?
The main objective of this campaign are:
- To improve livelihood of people across the country by improving tourism sector.
- To expand and extend tourism services and product in new areas.
- To publicize image of Nepal in international tourism market.
- To enhance flight safety.
- To attract new investment in creating new tourism activities.
- To develop tourism as broad band sector.
What can you expect from ‘Visit Nepal 2020’ campaign?
Culture and tradition differ from one part of Nepal to another. There are many culture, religion and tradition in Nepal which coexist in harmony. There are many religion in the country which includes Hinduism, Buddhism,Islam, Christianity, Jainism, Sikhism, Bon and many more.
With this variation in religion, there are different culture and beliefs among the people of Nepal but the country is harmonious and believe in Unity in Diversity.
In Nepal religion also depend on the geography, people living at higher altitudes are mostly Buddhist and as we come closer to lower altitudes we can find people of different religions like Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and many more.
Nepal is home for diverse ethnicity, religion, language, culture and tradition. This diversity in almost every aspect of life is very important Nepali Heritage. Different language, religion creates a unique environment in the country where each and everyone respects others choice. This brings unity in diversity which is an important term in Nepal.
Nepal is a land of nature, it have 12 National Parks, 1 Wild Life Reserve and 6 Conservation area. It is home for thousands of species of animal, birds and flora and fauna.
Nepal is rich in heritage sites. There are 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Nepal which are:
- Kathmandu Durbar Square
- Bhaktapur Durbar Square
- Patan Durbar Square
- Chitwan National Park
- Sagarmatha National Park
Nepal is home for 8 of the top 10 highest peaks in the world. These mountains are mesmerizing and can attract anyone from around the world. You can experience magical moments at the foot of himalayas. The most famous mountains in Nepal are:
- Mount Everest ( Sagarmatha ) ( 8848 m)
- Mount Annapurna (8,091 m)
- Kanchenjunga ( 8586 m )
- Lhotse ( 8516 m )
There are thousands of species of animals and birds in Nepal. You can visit wildlife reserves and National park to see some of the wonderful animals in their natural habitat.
Apart from conquering huge mountains, you can experience various types of adventure sports like Bunjee Jumping, White River Rafting, Paragliding, Mountain Flights, Sky Diving and many more.
2020 is going to be an important year for Nepal’s tourism industry. You will be able to enjoy different culture and able to trek and tour in different part of the country including the remote areas. We can easily say that you will be able to enjoy culture, tradition and wildlife of Nepal.