Trekking route to be constructed in Raghuganga
13th Aug, 2018 | Tourism Mail Crew
KATHMANDU, Aug 13: Trekking route is going to be constructed in Raghuganga, Village Municipality Myagdi. 700m long trekking route is going to be made from the bridge connecting Beg- Banduk to Deurali said Bil Bahadur Phagami.
Around 4.7 million rupees budget is being separated for the development of the village and 2 hundred thousand rupees is being invested to established Vaccination centre and rest to construct the trekking route. Phagami said that the route is being developed to attract the tourists. The construction work of trekking route is being carried out and we have asked for the economic support with central and state government, he added.
Railing will be kept in the following trekking route. 60m long railing will be constructed from the 4hundred thousand rupees separated from the budget. This region has Nepal’s longest bridge thus this area is being developed as tourist destination. To develop these areas as tourism destination trekking routes, drinking water and other infrastructures are being constructed.
A ground has been constructed near the bridge and the work of waiting station and drinking water is also being carried out.