Zero climbing fees to boost Nepal's visitors
The government plans to slash climbing fees and even waive them completely for some Himalayan peaks in a bid to increase tourists during Visit Nepal 2020... their target is 2 million arrivals to Nepal next year
No fees would be charged for Cho Oyu, the sixth highest mountain in the world at 8188 metres
Permits to climb Dhaulagiri (8167 metres) and Kanchanjunga (8586 metres) will be issued at a 50 percent discount
The climbing fee for Everest, the world’s tallest mountain, has been set at $11,000 per person in the spring season. The charge for other eight-thousanders has been set at $1,800 per person
No climbing fee will be charged for mountains like Api, Saipal, Ganesh Himal, Gyalzen Peak and others...There are 3,310 walking and climbing peaks above 5,500 metres in Nepal
They have sent the proposal to reduce and waive climbing permit fees to the cabinet for its approval
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