Pokhara declared as Tourism Capital of Nepal

Kohalpur, Rastriya Samachar Samiti

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has declared Pokhara as the Tourism Capital of Nepal.

He made this announcement amidst a function organised at Barahighat, near the Phewa Lake in Kaski today.

Prior to this, the Prime Minister unveiled a logo and memorial pillar relating to the touristic capital. Tourism capital was officially declared in the wake of boosting the tourism sector for fulfilling 20 indicators.

The ceremony also included a tribute to the late esteemed literary figure, linguist, and writer, Prof Dr Mukunda Sharan Upadhyay, the renowned geographer, the late Dr. Harka Gurung, as well as the esteemed singer, musician, and writer, Prem Prakash Malla. Various processions were organized at Lakeside’s Basundhara Park as part of the event.

Similarly, Laxmi Basnet, Chief Secretary of Gandaki Province, emphasized that Pokhara will be highlighted as a premier destination, showcasing its unique attributes as the tourism capital of the country.

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