Nepal’s tourism industry shows signs of positive revival
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Nepal’s tourism industry shows signs of positive revival

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07-14-2022
 
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The tourism industry in Nepal which was the hardest hit industry with COVID is finally witnessing imperative growth this year showing signs of positive revival. 

According to the statistics shared by the Ministry of Tourism and Department of immigration, around 237,696 foreign tourists have visited Nepal in the last 6 months dated from January to June via Tribhuvan International Airport.

However, the data does not include the Indian tourists who have traveled through the land border. Comparatively speaking, the total number of tourist arrival in Nepal in 2021 was 150,962 only including 337 arrivals from the Land border. 

Tourist trend in the same month last year compared to this year shows  shows a 150% increase in arrival. While comparing  April of 2021, which was the highest arrival in 2021 and April 2022 an increase of 156.83% is seen, June shows a 3855.14% increase.

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