Nepal’s tourism industry has started seeing early signs of recovery with gradual increase in domestic and international tourist influx.
The tourism industry is firing all the cylinders to attract the visitors.
In the same lines, the tourism ministry has reopened the Bardiya National Park for visitors from today after a closure for several months due to the pandemic.
The Bardiya National Park is one of the popular tourist destinations for wildlife sightseeing in Nepal.
The visitors can do jungle safari, jeep safari and rafting, according to the park’s Chief Conservation Officer Bishnu Prasad Shrestha.
The Bardiya National Park is particularly famous for tiger watching.
However, the tourists must follow all health protocols, particularly wearing masks and maintaining social distance.
Moreover, the tourists cannot walk inside the park in a group of more than three people including the guide.
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