Nepal Tourism Analysis

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From the methodological framework, the main thing is analyzing G and SI for the tourism demand in Nepal for the period of 1991-2013.The purpose of the study, some previous calculation must be undertaken. In this paragraph, Table No.1 represents the calculations of the rank of fractiles i.e. months in a year. In the other thing to find out the strength, the receiving data are applied in further calculations to determine the G values. x_i 1/12=0.08 2/12=0.17 3/12=0.25 4/12=0.33 5/12=0.42 6/12=0.50 7/12=0.58 8/12=0.67 9/12=0.75 10/12=0.83 11/12=0.92 12/12=1 Total=6.50 Above the table no. 1 the fractiles rank is calculated, the calculations precede obtaining further data. Table No. 2 presents the cumulative relative frequency of tourism…show more content…
In this table Gini coefficient (G) and Seasonality Index (SI) indicate data do not support the values for the confirming the fact of having strong seasonality in tourism in Nepal, we reject the hypothesis. As a result, we may conclude that all calculated values are far above Zero, there is humble fluctuation within a year. In this respect, it can be truth that Gini Coefficient and Seasonality Index fluctuations both are almost similar during the 23 years period. Overall, of the study to a conclusion that during the full sample covering the period of 23 -years, there was never any meaningful and strong seasonal patterns in tourism in Nepal. The study proves that for having high tourism seasonality in Nepal with significant characteristics, particularly in summer months is scientifically unjustified. Nepal is the nation where birth place of Lord Buddha and the world’s tallest Mount Everest located, then, as a potential industry of the 21st century, tourism will play more and promising role for Nepal socio and economic

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