Nepal's mountains are scarred by landslides which have driven away farmers and tourists
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Nepal's mountains remain off limits to tourists after quake

Tourism officials in Nepal are encouraging foreign visitors to return after the devastating earthquake.

Officials say six UNESCO-listed heritage sites are open for business now that reconstruction work had made the area safe.

Tourism is the country's main source of income but there are still concerns over the safety of many of the Nepal's major attractions.

World Service Environment correspondent Navin Singh Khadka reports from Nepal.

  • 18 Jun
  • From the section Asia
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