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Nepal responsible tourism

Nepal Responsible Tourism is most important to preserve the nature, environment or culture of the nation's community. Nepal's government, tour operators and travel agencies can play vital roles in sustainable tourism. The developing country increases employment minimizing negative social, environmental and economic impacts. The joining hands of the community ensure sustainable development for the effectiveness of local involvement and economic benefits. 

Nepal Responsible Travel encourages the involvement of numerous foreign and local visitors. Poor garbage management systems, deforestation, water pollution, and the road are extending in Annapurna, Everest and Langtang trekking region to decrease hiking tourists. Nepal's rural and urban areas lack infrastructure and management. An environmentally friendly ecosystem protects culture, nature, wildlife and medicinal plants. Millions of Nepalese get jobs in the tourism industry if the Nepal government build infrastructure. The government should recycle and remove all kinds of garbage from the climbing peaks, trekking routes, national parks, cities and villages. 

Nepal Responsible Tourism must be our dogma that minimizes environmental, cultural and economic impacts. We should manage water stations, forests, cultures, holy sites, heritage sites, environment, flora, fauna and hiking routes. The role of government, tourism organizations and entrepreneurs is most important for sustainable tourism. Nepal tourism contributes 7 % of the GDP. Tourist guides, travel agencies, local communities and travellers are responsible for the following topics. 

  1. To conserve rare, endangered wildlife with floral and faunal diversity by maintaining representative ecosystems.
  2. Conserve and manage outstanding landscapes of ecological importance.
  3. To support the livelihood of locals through buffer zone and conservation area management programs.
  4. To promote Eco-tourism consistent with biodiversity conservation.
  5. Conserve natural resources for present and future generations.
  6. Bring sustainable social and economic development to villagers.
  7. Develop a tourism business with minimum negative impacts on natural, Socio-cultural, or economic environments.  

National Parks, Conservations Area rules

  1. Flora and fauna of parks and conservations are fully protected and must not be disturbed.
  2. Do not purchase illegal animals or plant products. The purchase of illegal animal or plant products may bring legal prosecution.
  3. Park visitors must respect religious or cultural sites around the park.
  4. Park or conservation visitors should be garbaged only in rubbish bins for cleanliness. 
  5. Park visitors have strictly prohibited walks from sunset and sunrise time.