USA and UK lifts travel warnings against Nepal
Mar 2, 2016- The United States has said it has cancelled its “Travel Warning for Nepal”.The United States on October 8 last year had advised its citizens to reconsider their travel plans to Nepal in the wake of unrest in the Tarai and countrywide fuel shortages.“Because conditions have changed, the travel warning was cancelled effective February 29, 2016,” the US Department of State said in a statement on Tuesday. After the promulgation of the constitution, protests erupted in the Tarai
everest base camp tour
Nepal opens Everest for autumn
Kathmandu : Nepal opened Everest for the autumn season, granting its first climbing permit four months after a deadly earthquake triggered an avalanche at its base camp. Hundreds of climbers had to abandon attempts when the avalanche struck in April, marking a second summer season with virtually no one reaching the summit of the world's highest mountain. The deaths of 16 Nepalese guides in an avalanche in 2014 sparked a shutdown that year. Japanese climber Nobokazu Kuriki will return
Govt not to allow trekking without guide
Govt not to allow trekking without guide or porter
KATHMANDU, Aug 8: Foreigners will have to hire at least a guide or a porter while visiting different trekking areas of Nepal from the coming autumn season. Government officials on Friday said they would strictly enforce the new provision to ensure safety of trekkers. Speaking at a program organized in Kathmandu to unveil trail assessment report of Everest Region prepared by Miyamoto International, Tourism Secretary Suresh Man Shrestha said trekkers now onwards must be accompanied by a
Vishnu temple at Muktinath (Chumig Gyatsa)
Real status of Tourism in Nepal after the Earthquake
The devastating earthquake of 25th April and 12nd May was a tragic misfortune for Nepal in which some touristic sites of central region and its surrounding area was affected. In the same way, it harmed some cultural world heritage sites in Kathmandu too.  The disaster was a big blow for the trekking community nevertheless the situation is gradually recovering and Nepal is doing its best to improve its tourism activities, the second biggest industries of Nepal. Though the earthquake was
Western Europe Business Travel spend to grow in 2014 – 2015
London, UK - The GBTA Foundation, the education and research arm of the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), announced the results of its latest GBTA BTI Outlook – Western Europe report, a semi-annual analysis of the five most critical business travel markets in Europe: Germany, the UK, France, Italy, and Spain. These five markets serve as a good barometer of the health of the entire European business travel market. The report, sponsored by Visa Inc., includes the GBTA BTI, a
World Responsible Tourism Awards 2014
London : A South African animal sanctuary and a Brazilian adventure resort specialising in accessible tourism were announced Joint Overall Winners this morning at the World Responsible Tourism Awards 2014 in London, sponsored by the Sultanate of Oman Ministry of Tourism. In a special ceremony at the World Travel Market's Global Stage as part of the World Responsible Tourism Day annual celebrations, South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance and Campo and Parque dos Sonhos jointly took the

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