Mustang, June 29, 2015 : The Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) has launched a campaign to disseminate the message that Nepal is safe for visitors, at a time when the number of tourist is decreasing after the devastating earthquake.
A visit for geologist,Â engineers and media persons from Belgium, USA and Germany in different areas of its districts in Mustang, Myagdi, Lamjung, Kaski and Manang had been arranged by the ACAP.
According to a representative ofÂ ACAP Paras Singh, interaction were organised with the participation of local women’s groups, tourismÂ entrepreneurs, politicians and management of the conservation management committees and stakeholders.
Further he added that,Â â€œThe foreigners were highly excited for this campaign. They would spread positive messages in their countries”. Likewise he added that, there is no alternative to unite for the revival of tourism of this area.
The teams have also been working to identify alternative routes to Manang and Mustang for tourism and trekking promotion