Kathmandu: (RSS). A building has been constructed to launch a tourist notice board at the base camp of Dhaulagiri (8167 m) mountain which is the seventh highest mountain in the world.
The notice board is purposely built to document the records of tourist data related to their visits and delivery of health services in the Dhaulagiri Rural Municipality situated in Myagdi district in Nepal.
A three-room building has been constructed with Rs 3.1 million funded by the tourism ministry of Gandaki province according to the Rural Municipality technician Bal Krishna Paudel.
The new noticeboard will be initiated after furnishing it from the next season said Dhaulagiri Rural Municipality Chairperson Thamsara Pun.
“We are trying to keep a record of tourists who visit Dhaulagiri base camp via Mustang and Myagdi trekking route,” said Pun.
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