KATHMANDU, Apr 16: The government has collected royalties to the tune of Rs. 597 million and 325 thousand rupees from mountaineers climbing Mt. Everest this spring.
A total of 558 mountaineers have taken permission to climb Everest this spring, of which 542 are foreign climbers, informed the Tourism Department.
The state charges USD 11,000 to foreign tourists for climbing Mt. Everest. Royalties from foreign climbers make up Rs. 596.2 million rupees of the total royalties collected.
Tourism Mail | 6th November, 2017
KATHMANDU, Nov 6: The South Asia Foundation (SAF) has informed of organizing Nepal Folk Crafts Festival (INCF) 2017 in Kathmandu scheduled to start from Tuesday. Organizing a press meet on...
| 28th February, 2018
KATHMANDU, Feb 28: Tourism royalties worth Rs 210 million have been stored in Solukhumbu since many years. The royalties have been frozen due to procedural confusion with the state...