In the days following the deadly earthquake in Nepal, a large number of tourists, particularly in Kathmandu, stopped to rest in hotels and restaurants.
The earthquake killed thousands of people in Nepal.
While Nepal has now declared a state of emergency, travel restrictions remain in place, and tourists are still barred from returning to their homes.
But the restrictions are not confined to Nepal.
India is the third country in the world to ban all travel to Nepal in recent years.
But that ban is not in place for everyone.
According to the latest data from the Travel Industry Federation, India’s travel ban to Nepal is a total of about $3.7 billion.
India’s overall travel ban for the entire country is $6.7bn.
The Travel Industry Council of India, which represents some of India’s biggest travel companies, has also warned that Indian tourists are being prevented from returning home, particularly to Kathmanduan, due to the ongoing earthquake.
India has already suspended all air and sea travel to Kathmai, which is also the main city in the country’s northernmost state of Arunachal Pradesh.
India has also been facing a growing number of travel and tourism cancellations in recent weeks.
India, which has the second-largest number of registered tourists after the US, had registered nearly 2.3 million visitors in November.
But since then, travel has been limited to only two major cities, and those cities are Nepal, where an avalanche-triggered 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck on October 8, killing more than 6,000 people.
Many Nepalis said the travel ban was unnecessary, but the government’s response has been slow and not enough.
The government says it has started the process of relaxing travel restrictions and has also issued a travel warning to all the countrys major cities.