The measures to solve the problems of tourism in our country are as follows:
i. The infrastructural development should be equally distributed in every tourism destinations to make the service accessible for the tourists who admire to visit there.
ii. Conservation of old and ancient cultural heritages sites should be done and they should be renovated in their own original style to attract the large number of tourists.
iii. The needed facilities as well as security should be provided in all the tourism destinations.
iv. Cleanliness program should be launched in those areas which have been polluted.
v. Publicity should be increased of the tourism destinations about the beautiful places of Nepal, so that there will be increment in the number of tourists.
vi. Internal conflicts should be stopped to encourage the tourists to come here.
vii. Number of entertainment facilities should be increased and made available in all tourism destinations.
viii. Goods required for tourists should be produced in the country using local materials.
ix. Banking facilities, marketing and other tourists center should be increased.
There is a growth in the number of tourist visiting Nepal because of the following reasons.
a. Assure security and provide available vehicles.
b. Prevent pollution, deforestation and cheating.
c. Give helicopter, Air balloons and others means of transportation to make it comfortable travel from place to place wherever there aren't other prominent means of transportation.
d. Attractive package for the tourist should be conducted.
After a long period of conflict and violence Nepal regained a satisfactory condition of peace. So, Nepal government decided to observe the year 2011 as 'Tourism Year'. Tourism is the only most potential sector for economic promotion and development in our country; it can merely not be successful just with declaration but needs strong role to be played. Such roles are:
There are many areas where there should be improvement in order to develop tourism like,
I live in Nagarkot of Bhaktapur district. We can see the scenery of sun rise from this hill. This hill is also famous to see the scenery of Kathmandu valley and Panchkhal valley. If we develop it into a tourist center, many domestic and international tourists may come here.
It is our prime duty to provide as many facilities to the tourist as possible. The government, people involved in tourism and locals should give them a warm hospitality as well as provide following facilities:
The ten necessary items required for tourists to stay in Nepal are: