The Cyclone Fani Effect in Nepal


  • Tej Pant

The winds of cyclone Fani were felt hundreds of miles away from where it hit the eastern coast in India, after nearly 20 tents set up at the Everest Base Camp were blown off on Friday. The Nepalese government has issued a warning, asking all trekking agencies and support staff to ensure the safety of tourists. "We have received reports of some tents being damaged in the strong wind, but all the climbers and their support staff are safe," said Mira Acharya, the director of the Hotel and Mountaineering section under the Department of Tourism. "We have alerted all agencies to keep their clients safe and suspend their plans until the weather improves," he added.


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