Myagdi served 70K tourists last year


26th Jul, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew


MYAGDI, July 26 : The hilly district of Nepal Myagdi in last fiscal year served 70 thousand tourists.

The number of tourists flow to the district is more by 26 thousand in comparison to a year before .i.e. 2072/73.

According to the data from District Police Office in the time period of One year or the last fiscal year 69 Thousand 8 Hundred and 37 tourists toured the district. In the previous year the number stood at 43 Thousand 6 Hundred and 32 only.

The Ghodepani Tourist Camp, Beni, Bhurung Tatopani and Darwang Police station keeps the record of the incoming and outgoing tourists.

Myagdi, which also is regarded as the main gate to enter Mustang has numerous tourist attractions such as Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Mountain, Natural Hot Water Pond, Ghode Pani, Poon Hill, Khopra, Annapurna Dhaulagiri, Dhaulagiri Senchuri, Dhaulagiri Chakriya, Dhaulagiri Icefall, Todke, Rupse Falls, Andha Galchi, Galeshwor, Beni Bazar where tourists can spend quality time.

The tourism sector of Nepal which faced the set back after the devastative earthquake and the trade embargo by India is slowly reviving which too is experienced by tourism entrepreneurs here.

“The business here have returned to normalcy, we are experiencing changes and return to the previous business,” Juna Bahadur Pun, President of Ghodepani Hotel Management Sub- committee said.

American, British, German, Austrian, Indian, South Korean, Chinese, Malaysian, Thais flock to the place every year.