May 21, 2024

Information board to provide advance information on tourist destinations

Information board to provide advance information on tourist destinations

GORKHA, April 15:Information boards have been put along the lower Manaslu trekking route to provide guests with prior information about the tourist destinations they will visit. Information boards have been installed at various locations along the Lower Manaslu trekking route within the Dharche rural municipality.

Sane Gurung, Chairman of the Manaslu Tourism Development Committee, reported that information boards have been installed at six different locations along the trekking route. We've installed information boards at six distinct locations along the trekking route. He stated that information boards are being installed in the remaining locations. 

President Gurung said that the board had been put at Prince Harry Hill and Khanibesi on the trekking route in Lapubesi, as well as one/one location in Machhi khola and two/two locations in Khorlabesi and Marsa.


He stated that the tourism board of Gandaki province and Dharche rural municipality have started installed information boards on the trekking routes in joint partnership.

President Gurung stated that information regarding the height of the tourist area, the time it takes to reach the destination, and the distance from one location to the next is shown on the information board for both internal and external tourists who visit the trekking route. According to him, this time, the committee will erect information boards in 25 various locations within Lower Manaslu trekking route.

President Gurung said that information boards will be installed in Keroujabensi, Marsa, Dobhankhola, and Kalpokhari in Hulchul, as well as in Runchet, Yaruphant, Honey Hunting Place, Intervensi, Singla, Thaman Visigaon, Yamgaon, Gumda, and Bhirkot.

"The information board will contain information about the rivers, lakes, bridges, and wild animals found in those areas," he went on to say.

The committee installed information boards at five distinct locations along the trekking route. He stated that once it becomes efficient for tourists traveling the Manaslu trekking route to obtain advance information about their destination, they plan to information boards in other locations as well.

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