Accessible tourism enables all people to participate in and enjoy tourism experiences. More people have access needs, whether or not related to a physical condition. Customers are looking for the services hence, it requires physical presentation. Tourists are motivate by attractions of the particular place but that should be affordable to them. Older and less mobile people have access needs, which can become a huge obstacle when traveling or touring. It is easily accessible to all of them where they can feel, see, touch, realize and understand that particular area, scenery, people, cast, culture, myth etc. The core point of the accessible tourism is that, it is available for each and every one endless effort and services to all the people of physical limitation, disabilities and ages.
Hiking is one of the thrilling experience in Kathmandu and has been attracting tourist for centuries. One can hike single day in and around Kathmandu valley and observe panoramic view of snowcapped mountains. The breathtaking views of the high Himalayas are indeed a sight to behold. Hikes are comfortable walking or climbing trips, usually ending in a day or two. You will hike gently through terraced rice or potato or barley field, past Hindu shrines and colorful Buddhist monasteries, prayer flag fluttering visible from miles. This will be always keep in your mind. In addition, our patrons can hike in and around Gorkha Village and Pokhara City etc. while touring.
The Nepalese tourism sector, the backbone of economy, came to a crushing halt in April 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Human being suffered a lot and now situation is slowly coming back on the normalcy.
Tourist footsteps are gradually increasing in Nepal as the coronavirus-related restrictions are eased with fewer daily cases and a low transmission rate in the last few months. However, now the sector is picking up steam with the total number of active COVID-19 cases dropping to less than 350 across the country.
As we all battle the economic impact of the pandemic, we need your support even more on days to come. Below are the some points that will be helpful while touring in Nepal….
– Visa on arrival and no quarantine needed for those who have completed two doses of vaccination.
– You are considered fully vaccinated if you have prescribed does of the vaccine, 14 days prior to arrival into Nepal.
– For those who are vaccinated in Nepal, please ensure that you are carrying the official vaccination Certificate with photo and QR code when traveling.
– Check that your travel insurance covers COVID-19 related rescue and treatment. All rescue and treatment has to be paid by yourself or through your insurance.
– Check with your travel agent or study the requirements in the country before you board the flight.
– Local destinations may have their own entry protocol. Check with your agent or read up before you go into the destination. They are not restrictive but best to be updated.
– As our guests, you have a role to play. Please respect local guidelines, travel considerately and responsible, stay flexible to changing scenarios and help tourism revive.