In a meeting with the Council of Ministers conducted on Sunday consented to permit a chartered flight from Bahrain to Kathmandu with a group of prominent individuals from the Bahrain Royal Guard for the endeavor of Mt. Lobuche East and Mt. Manaslu after 15 September.
The group is said to summit the Mt. Lobuche and Mt. Manaslu this autumn season. Dr. Yubaraj Khatiwada, the representative for the Government of Nepal, said the group will come to Nepal around mid-September on a special chartered flight and follow the COVID-19 conventions created by the Ministry of Health and Population during their remain.
"Based on a request from the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, a group of 15 Bahrainis, alongside the Prince of Bahrain and three British nationals, who will make up an aggregate of 18 individuals, have been allowed consent to visit Nepal on a sanctioned trip to take a stab at Mt Lobuche East and Mt Manaslu," said Khatiwada.
The 18 member troop was granted the auspicious authorization to ascend Mount Manaslu (8,163 meters), the eighth highest mountain on the planet. Before attempting to climb Manaslu, the group will climb Mt Lobuche East (6,119 meters) in the Everest zone to adjust to the conditions. The group is likewise intending to climb Mount Everest (8848m) in the spring of 2021.
The year has been challenging for the travel industry and trekking in Nepal because of the worldwide pandemic. What's more, the declaration came as an unexpected when any sort of touristic action was not occurring or even not looking like could happen in the nearest future. This appears to be a surprise yet for the travel industry of Nepal, it does put a lot of people with the hope of having an opportunity to get back in their job.