Nepal is one of the famous tourism countries in the world because it has more than 10 trekking regions, more than 100 peaks, including the world’s highest mountain. Tourists come from their countries to Nepal to trek and to reach the base camps of these peaks. They praise the stunning view of the peaks in their most beautiful words; they have fallen in love with the beauties of the Himalayas in their own ways, and they also love the picturesque hilly villages that lie in the shadows of the hills, and that lie in the shadows of the snow-covered peaks.
The national income of Nepal, therefore, depends on tourism, and the Nepalese government has given a top priority to tourism by providing air services and by building domestic airports in various places of Nepal. These domestic airports are in Pokhara, Lukla, Bharatpur, Bhairawa, Jumla, Talcha, Simikot, Simara, Tumlingtar, Jomsom, Bhojpur, Phaplu, Janakpur, Biratnagar, Nepaljung, and Lamidanda. Domestic airlines give domestic flight service to these airports.