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November 14, 2020

Cable car, jungle safari and museums open

Kathmandu: The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has decided to open cable car, jungle safari and museums which were closed to prevent spreading spree of the Covid-19.

The government decided to open these tourism sectors in order to boost the tourism by following safety measures.

The Ministry in a press release issued on Friday said despite government permission to open cable car, jungle safari and museum, the respective districts are also vested with the rights to decide what to do in case of rise of epidemic. The Ministry will also be monitoring if the health measures have been followed or not.

The government earlier had permitted the operation of trekking and mountaineering and few expeditions have already summited Mt Manaslu and Mt Amadablam.

This autumn season being the most suitable one, many domestic tourists have embarked upon the trekking and hiking trips during this time.

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