At Pokhara Airport, the diplomats were greeted by Secretary of the Ministry of Tourism, Industry, Commerce, and Supplies Gyanendra Poudel, Chairperson of the Pokhara Tourism Council Gopi Bahadur Bhattarai, and others.
Diplomats from Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Finland, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Germany, and other nations have arrived, according to officials.
The team also includes the Secretary-General of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) as well as the heads of other diplomatic missions.
The arrival of diplomats, according to Bhattarai, has heightened the excitement among Pokhara’s tourism industry.
This visit would send the message that Pokhara is accessible to tourists, and the trip was designed to show tourists that Pokhara is a safe place to come, according to Bhattarai.
The diplomats will go on a short hike and tour cultural and natural heritage sites in and around Pokhara on Monday.
The diplomats are also expected to attend a street festival in Pokhara on Monday.