Nepal Set to Officially Designate Pokhara as Premier Tourism Hub


In Pokhara, Nepal, anticipation is mounting as the city gears up for a significant milestone: its proclamation as the tourism capital of Nepal on March 17th. Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ is slated to grace the momentous occasion.

The event, orchestrated by the Gandaki Province government and Pokhara Metropolitan City, will kick off with a lively cultural procession commencing from Basundhara Park. The highlight of the day will be the formal declaration ceremony set against the serene backdrop of Fewa Lake at Barahighat.

Kuman Singh Gurung, Secretary at the Ministry of Industry, Tourism, Forest, and Environment of Gandaki Province, is supervising the logistical arrangements. A distinctive tourism capital emblem will be unveiled, solidifying Pokhara’s position as a premier tourist hub.

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Under the stewardship of the Mayor of Pokhara Metropolitan City, the main organizing committee is diligently crafting a memorable affair. Dignitaries such as the Chief Secretary of Gandaki Province, various secretaries, delegates from neighboring rural municipalities, and esteemed representatives from the tourism sector will grace the occasion.

Pokhara, celebrated for its awe-inspiring natural vistas and as the gateway to the Annapurna range, has long been a favored destination for adventurers. The formal designation of Pokhara as Nepal’s tourism capital is poised to elevate its stature further and beckon travelers from across the globe.

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