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Nepal Issue Mountaineering Permit After COVID-19 Pandemic

Nepal Issue Mountaineering Permit After COVID-19 Pandemic

Nepal Issue Mountaineering Permit After COVID-19 Pandemic – Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Nepal Government has issued a Mountaineering permit after the COVID-19 lockdown, which has stopped since march. The Department of Tourism has issued permission to a six-member Nepali team to climb Barunche Himal (7129 meters). This is the first formal ascent of the Coronation. Director-General of the Department of Tourism …

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Nepal’s Target 206,000 Foreign Tourists Arrival in this F/Y

Nepal’s Target 206,000 Foreign Tourists Arrival in this F/Y

Nepal’s Target 206,000 Foreign Tourists Arrival in this F/Y– Nepalayatimes Nepal’s Target 206,000 Foreign Tourists Arrival in this F/Y Kathmandu – Nepal Tourism Board says it has set a target of welcoming 206,000 foreign tourists to Nepal in the ongoing fiscal year 2020/21 that ends at mid-July 2021. However, the country is unlikely to record any tourist arrival in the …

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Nepal Resumes Mountaineering Activities After Five Months

Nepal's Mountaineering Tourism Faces The Loss of 10 Billion Rupees

Nepal Resumes Mountaineering Activities After Five Months– Nepalayatimes Nepal Resumes Mountaineering Activities After Five Months Kathmandu – The Nepal government has resumed the mountaineering activities five months after they were halted due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday. Meera Acharya, director at the Department of Tourism said that “As per the decision of cabinet meeting to resume …

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Padmasambhava Circuit a Milestone for Tourism

Padmasambhava Circuit a Milestone for Tourism

Padmasambhava Circuit a Milestone for Tourism– Nepalayatimes Padmasambhava Circuit a Milestone for Tourism Kathmandu – Minister for Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation Yogesh Kumar Bhattarai has viewed that the Padmasambhava Circuit would be a milestone for the development of tourism in the country. In a discussion held at the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation with the stakeholders and …

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Nepal Opens Door for Tourism Restarting

Nepal Open Door for Tourism Restarting

Nepal Opens Door for Tourism Restarting – Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – After the announcement of the government of Nepal to end lockdown, which imposed to control the Covid-19 in the country officially from 22nd July, the tourism industries open step by step. It’s a way to tourism restarting. Organizing a press conference in Kathmandu on Tuesday evening, the government spokesperson, Finance …

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Multi-cultural Museum to be Constructed at Tarakhola

Multi-cultural Museum to be Constructed at Tarakhola

Multi-cultural Museum to be Constructed at Tarakhola – Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Tarakhola Rural Municipality has a dense population of the Magar community. The community, migrated from Tarabhot of Dolpa and Argali of Palpa districts, has a dense population and is making ethnic culture alive. The Magar community populates the mid-hilly region of the country including Baglung. They are rich in …

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As Tourism Restart, Our Responsibilities Remain

As Tourism Restart, Our Responsibilities Remain

As Tourism Restart, Our Responsibilities Remain– Nepalayatimes As Tourism Restart, Our Responsibilities Remain Four months ago, UNWTO asked its Members, the tourism sector, and tourists themselves for patience. To stay at home today so we could travel again tomorrow. Tomorrow is now here. The restart of tourism means the return of hope and opportunity for many millions of people around …

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As Tourism Restart ‘Strong and Rapid Government’s Response to COVID Challenge

As Tourism Restart 'Strong and Rapid Government's Response to COVID Challenge

As Tourism Restart ‘Strong and Rapid Government’s Response to COVID Challenge– Nepalayatimes/UNWTO As Tourism Restart ‘Strong and Rapid Government’s Response to COVID Challenge Spain – Governments around the world have responded quickly and strongly to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on their tourism sectors, new research from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has found. As many destinations begin to ease …

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