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Reenactment of the Nepalese Tourism Industry

In order to establish an effective and sustainable reconstruction process, the Nepalese tourism
industry should primarily focus its attention towards three of the following Key areas:
1. Image Reconstruction
Presently, thanks to the media and social networks, the rate of transfer of information has
escalated to astounding levels. The Nepal Tourism industry should establish a formidable
partnership with the media so as to swiftly disseminate fact-based and comprehensive
information with regards to the affected areas. In the same way, this process will also promote
the unaffected areas. A formidable relationship between the tourism industry and the media will
enhance the process of normalizing the problematic situation by offering moral support to the
victims which will in turn promote responsible and sustainable tourism practices (Shen, 2009). It
is crucial to understand that effective management of communication during and after a disaster
is the foundation of a successful recovery and reconstruction of any tourism destination.
Effective media coverage will facilitate an actual disaster management strategy and neutralize
the possibility of damaging the Nepalese tourism industry.
2. Volunteer Tourism
Whilst circumstances may prove to be less than ideal, the Nepal tourism should strive to
customize the disaster into an opportunity which will encourage tourists to voluntarily turn up
and help with the rebuilding process. When decently structured, volunteer tourism can be vital
tool in the rebuilding phase (Morgan, 2015). In order to effectively accomplish the desired
positive implications, the volunteer tourism program should aim to understand the current
corresponding environmental, social and economic standpoints which will in turn enhance

The industry has also outstandingly contributed to the conservation of Nepal’s art and culture. assessment of trekking routes. assessment of the tourist attraction sites and above all marketing campaigns to aid in altering the publicized negative images after the earthquake. the Nepalese tourism industry will able to raise funds which is vital to the restoration process. but the end result will be rewarding. unique ancient histories.sustainability. the tourism sector has been the leading industry in Nepal emerging as one of the main foreign exchange earners and generating extensive employment opportunities thereby contributing significantly to the growth of Nepal’s economy. Generally. beautiful sceneries and the fascinating trekking land clearly distinguished Nepal as one of the best global tourist attraction sites. Reconstruction and revival of the Nepalese tourism infrastructure is most likely going to be the most difficult process. The Himalayas visual heights. Over the course of the past decade. . Conclusion Prior to the earthquake. through volunteer tourism. 1995). 3. volunteer tourism will provide new opportunities for the Nepalese tourism industry and promote the country’s general recovery spirit. Nepal was a land of extreme undisputed beauty. Also. the colorful culture. Redevelopment of the damaged areas Just like image reconstruction. redevelopment of damaged areas is very crucial to the reenactment of the Nepalese tourism industry. The process will provide the Nepal tourism industry with a real challenge. The process will demand major investments with the inclusion of accommodation costs. Redevelopment and restoration of damaged areas after a catastrophe will ensure that the tourists’ worries and fears are effectively neutralized (Drabek. road reconstruction.

Nepal should not allow one of its major economic contributors remain in peril.But then disaster struck and the whole perspective changed. References . The long term rebound of Nepal’s economy lies in the hands of a successful reenactment of The Nepalese tourism industry. The earthquake has characteristically left Nepal’s economy in shatters. Being one of the world’s poorest economies.

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