Tourist sites of Annapurna village municipality will be opened for visitors from September 30, 2021. Tourist sites that have been closed since last April after the outbreak of the Corona epidemic have reopened after about five months. The meeting of the executive has decided to open the tourist spot

Executive Spokesperson Krishna Prasad Baruwal said that the decision has been taken to because of a reduced rate of corona infection, provided vaccinations, and open tourist spots to make people’s lives easier and economic activities run smoothly.

Tourist sites closed after the first wave of the Corona epidemic. It will be officially opened after 18 months

Although a small number of visitors came in January, February, and April, it was not officially opened

Inside an Annapurna Conservation Area Bhurung, Paudwar, Ratopani, Ghorepani, Poonhill, Mohare, Fulbari, Khopara lake, Bayeli, Rupse, Andagalchi, Narchyang Jharna, etc Hotels, and Lodges are opening.

Village Municipality Chairman Damba Bahadur Pun said that priority has been given to tourists, hoteliers, and workers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.

The Annapurna municipality has lost more than Rs 10 million in revenue last year due to the closure of tourist sites.

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