All heritage sites have been reopened to the public

Kumari Ghar

Kumari Ghar after Earthquke

Nepal Government officially reopened Earthquake hit Unesco World Heritage sites in Kathmandu valley on Monday after 25th of April. Nepal Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Kripaskhur Sherpa has urged the foreign countries to send their nationals in Nepal to help review the tourism business which was affected by Gorkaha quake on 25th of April, 2015. He said that now Nepal is safe. So help Nepal by sending your nationals if you want to help Nepal in real sense”.

He said that it would take three to five years to bring the tourism sector to its previous position with an investment of around Rs 9 to 12 billion for the same. For details News, please click on Ekantipur.