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November 18, 2020

Manhunkot to be managed through cooperative


Crowd of domestic tourists at Manhukot at Tanahun Vyas Municipality-5 after it was publicized for Visit Nepal 2020. Photo-Krishna Neupane/RSS

Kathmandu: Gandaki government has started initiating discussion from various angles as to how to manage the crowd of domestic tourists increasing at Manhukot at Tanahun Vyas Municipality-5.

Gandaki Province Visit Year Coordinator and tourism expert Juddha Bahadur Gurung has recommended that tourist area could be managed with the support of cooperatives by involving the local community.

Gurung, who has recently visited the tourist area of Manhukot and met with various local stakeholders has said that handing over the management of the area to the local community for their benefit and development would be better option for management of that area.

Speaking to highlightstourism, Mr Gurung also said, “In our context, this is something new thought. This concept of management will give ownership and benefit to the local community through cooperative, otherwise, the whole benefit will be taken by the outside businessmen.”

Visit Year 2020 Coordinator and Tourism expert: Juddha Bdr Gurung

The number of visitors coming to this sport is increasing day by day, although this sport does not have drinking water, and public toilet facility.

This popular spot has now only seven Magar houses and the areas is extended to around 200 ropanis of barren land and 800 ropanis of private land. Some tents have been fixed for shelter as well.

Gurung also added that area needed drinking water, toilet, vehicle parking area, arrangement of binoculars to see the sights and a map to locate the Himal, hills, valleys  and settlements and additional tourism activities.

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