Parvat: Due to the number of tourists visiting Mustang, a religious and tourist destination, Kushma Bazaar, is now overflowing with tourists. Hundreds of tourists pass through Kusma Bazaar daily.
No matter how many internal and external tourists ran on the road, it had nothing to do with Kusma. Due to the lack of promotion of natural tourist destinations in the mountains including Kusma and the lack of modern man-made destinations, people would only come and go.
Nepal’s first high and long suspension bridge was built connecting Kusma and Katuwachowpari. After that, tourists using Mustangs started entering Kusma Bazaar. In a short time, a suspension bridge was built over the Kaligandaki River connecting Baglung and the mountains, attracting more tourists.
A few months ago, a 567-meter-long suspension bridge was built over the Kaligandaki River connecting Baglung and Parbat. It is claimed to be the longest pedestrian bridge in the world. While the suspension bridges in the district alone are not able to attract tourists, the bungee jump-started by The Cliff Company has suddenly increased the tourist activity in the district.
The daily bustle of tourists in sky cycling, swing and bungee has increased the activity in the market area. The world’s second-longest jeep line in the Superman-style is now being built on the mountain, which has a lot of potential in terms of adventure tourism. Bidur Poudel, chairman of Harness Jeep line Pvt.
Tourists have said that the number of tourists is increasing day by day due to half a dozen tall and long bridges, mechanical bridges, bungee jumps, jeep lines and Lama Gupteswar and Alpeshwar caves in Nepal. Krishna Prasad Shrestha, a tourism entrepreneur, said that the business was expected to rise due to the current congestion.
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