The Royal Guard team going to mountaineering in Manaslu and Lobuche,Nepal
Before Aug 31, Kathmandu, The government has decided to allow 18 climbers including the prince of Bahrain to enter Nepal for mountaineering purposes.
Sep-15th 2020, Department of Tourism under the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation confirmed that an 18-member team would attempt to climb Mt Manaslu (8,163 m) and Mt Lobuche (6,119 m) in the autumn season Prince Mohamed Hamad Mohamed Al Khalifa.
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Team of Bahrain nationals
Ebrahim Mohamed Abdulla Ebrahim Mohamed
Mohamed Ali Jasim Ahmed Alboainain
Arafat Hamood Naji Ghurbah
Ebrahim Khalil Ebrahim Zayed Mohamed Aljazzaf
Ahmed Said Ahmed Isa Alkabbi
Arif Feroz Shah Murad Qalunder Ghulam
Mohamed Adul Rahman Yusuf Alkawari
Khaled Ali Hasan Ebrahim Hasan Aldossery
Abdulaziz Rafea Abbar Khalaf Alabed
Khaled Sultan Mohamed Abdulla Alsheerwai
Murad Mohamed Yusuf Abdul Sayed
Ebrahim Ali Salem Jaber
Saud Hamad Mubarak Hamad Eid
Mohamed Isa Abdulla Yusuf Alqais.
Royal Guard team of Bahrain and expedition operator Seven Summit Treks initiated relief for climbers, guides and their families in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic taking away employment opportunities in different sectors of the economy. The Royal Guard team of Bahrain, in the first phase of support, provided rice, lentils, cooking oil, sugar, and salt to 151 families, Sherpa recounted.
A cabinet meeting held on Sunday took the decision at the recommendation of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA). Those receiving permission include 15 people from Bahrain including the prince of Bahrain and three others from the United Kingdom. They will come to Nepal on charter flights after September 15.
The climbers will attempt to scale Mt Manaslu and Mt Lobuche. “They will need to follow the safety measures prepared by the health ministry upon their arrival in Nepal,” said Yubaraj Khatiwada, spokesperson for the government. The mountaineering activities resumed in July after a hiatus of nearly five months due to COVID-19. The government has opened mountain peaks across the country for climbers.
According to a source at the ministry, the government is preparing a quarantine modality for tourists arriving in Nepal. This will make them mandatory to stay in hotel quarantine for a week and undergo PCR tests before heading to their planned destinations.
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source of News:- Himalayan times and Republica