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Tourism Regd. No: 1428
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Nepal responsible tourism

Nepal responsible tourism is an essential invocation to conserve nature, environment, and culture. A tour operator, travel agency and the government of Nepal play a vital role to involve locals and their great efforts in the tourism fields. Minimizes the impact of code ensures pollution control, firewood conservation, becoming a guest, saving nature and culture. Joining hands access to be sustainable development, their efforts can ever effective. Local involvement increases economic growth.    

Nepal responsible tourism promotes the industry positively. The mountain tourism grows the social and environmental impact. Poor garbage management, deforestation, and water pollution are growing in Annapurna, Everest, and the Langtang Region due to public awareness and negligence. Urban areas being polluted without implementation of law and enforcement. An environmentally friendly ecosystem always informative to save endangered animals, medicinal plants, avoids prostitution, and control human trafficking. Millions of Nepalese do not have employment.   

Nepal responsible tourism is the dogma of Yeti Trail Adventure to minimize environmental, cultural and economic impacts. Its efforts save the water, forest, cultural aspect, holy sites, fuel, local service, dress, and cuisines. Tour operators and related organizations should be careful on the tourism business. National and international travel agency's role always effective in Nepal tourism industry. The following points are used for a guide, travel agency, locals, and government.

  1. To conserve rare and endangered wildlife, including floral and faunal diversity, by maintaining representative ecosystems.
  2. To conserve and manage outstanding landscapes of ecological importance.
  3. To support the livelihood of the locals through buffer zone and conservation area management programs.
  4. To promote Eco-tourism consistent with biodiversity conservation.
  5. Conserve the natural resources the benefit of present and future generations.
  6. Bring sustainable social and economic development of the villagers.
  7. Develop tourism business, which ensures minimum negative impacts on the natural, Socio-cultural, and economic environments.   

Rule for National Parks

  1. Flora and Fauna of the Park are fully protected and must not be disturbed at any cost.
  2. Do not purchase the illegal animal or plant products. The purchase of illegal animal or plant product may bring you the legal prosecution.
  3. The visitors of the park must respect the religious and cultural sites all around the park.
  4. The visitors are required to place the garbage in the rubbish bins and should care about the cleanliness.
  5. The visitors are strictly prohibited to walk within the park between sunset and sunrise.