Tourism is the largest industry in Nepal and rightly so. It is the largest source of foreign revenue. The major reasons why tourism can flourish as a business opportunity in Nepal are illustrated below:
Nepal possesses eight of the ten highest mountain peaks in the world.Nepal is a hotspot destination for rock climbers, mountaineer and adventure seekers.Nepal is the birthplace of Lord Buddha and the go-to destination to observe unique architecture and heritage.The number of international tourists entering Nepal is growing at an
exponential rate, with foreign tourists staying in the country for an
average of 11.78 days.Wilderness activities and the presence of unique flora and fauna is
another reason why tourism is yet to flourish properly in Nepal.Each day, new routes, new destinations, new trials and new adventure
activities are opening up in remote locations of Nepal, creating a
void, to be filled in by carrying out tourism related activities to the
locations.Nepal consists of highly skilled guides and porters, who can be hired for a comparatively lower wage.The warm and welcoming inhabitants of the country attract more and
more tourists into the country every year.
Being one of the richest countries in terms of water resources, the
potential that Nepal possesses in the sector of hydroelectricity is
abundant. The perennial rivers in Nepal, as well as the steep geographic
gradient of the country, provide ideal conditions for developing the
largest hydroelectricity projects in the world. Nepal itself has not
been able to use the resources that nature has gifted it, in order to
create electricity, Electricity deficiency has always been a major
problem in Nepal, and a business endeavor in creating electricity through water is an idea that is surely set to create profitable opportunities in the future
Almost 40% of Nepal’s population has no access to electricity.Nepal is in dire need to increase its energy dependent on electricity with hydropower development.Electricity demand in the country is increasing at a rate of 7-9% per year.Shortage during winter season makes the need to increase the production of electricity even more pronounced.There are about six thousand big and small rivers in Nepal. There
are three major river basins namely Karnali, Koshi, and Gandaki.Many projects have been identified for development and the feasibility study for it has been carried out.
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