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June 2017

Nepal : A Paradise for Adventure Tourists

Nepal : A Paradise for Adventure Tourists

Home to hundreds of peaks including eight of the highest mountains in the world, scores of trekking routes and rivers originating in the Himalayas, Nepal has been a paradise for adventure seekers . . . Read more »


June 2017

To Foster Sustainable Tourism

To Foster Sustainable Tourism

The British daily newspaper The Guardian in April announced Nepal among the top destinations in the world to go in 2017. This news came as a boon to the tourism sector that had been struggling to get . . . Read more »


April 2017

NTB's Mission Europe : Visit Nepal - Europe 2017

Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) is celebrating 2017 as 'visit Nepal' year for European tourists, with the target of bringing in at least 200,000 visitors from Europe in the year. Ever since the year-long campaign was announced on Dec 31, 2016, on the occasion of the 18th anniversary of . . . Read more »


March 2016

Chandragiri Cable Car Readying for Nepali New Year

Chandragiri Cable Car Readying for Nepali New Year

The country’s second cable car system, the Thankot-Chandragiri line, is almost ready to take off. “If everything goes according to the plan the Nepali New Year (Baisakh 1) is going to be . . . Read more »


July 2015

Tourism Sector : Ready, Willing and Able

Tourism Sector : Ready, Willing and Able

The tourism sector hit hard by the earthquake is ready more than ever to bounce back and recover its lost . . . Read more »


Elections and Blessings

Elections and Blessings

By Madan Lamsal

On a Tuesday before the recently held first phase local elections, the roads were choked with traffic jams everywhere in the valley. After an enquiry, it was revealed that the jams were caused by the long queues of the aspiring candidates and their supporters who had gathered around government . . . read more »