Nepal has reopened its mountains, including Mount Everest, to climbers and other tourists.
That should bring more income to the country. Authorities have said that.
The Himalayan country closed its borders in March, just before the busy season when hundreds of mountaineers usually visit the country.
That shutdown cost many people their jobs and saved the country millions of dollars in revenue.
That lockdown was lifted last week, and the country is now open to tourism, including rock climbing and hiking, authorities said.
The country will allow incoming international flights from August 17.