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Nepal Tourism Board Initiate Tourism Udhyami Seed Camp

Nepalayatimes Nepal Tourism Board and Udhaymi Innovations, an organization working to build the start-up ecosystem in Nepal, have initiated, “Tourism Udhyami Seed Camp”, a platform for entrepreneurs to innovate and start new ventures in the travel, tourism & hospitality sector in collaboration with Laxmi Bank, Laxmi capital, GATE College, Nepal Telecom, World Innovation Forum, Imagine Nepal and Codewing Solutions. Tourism …

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International Tourism Maintains Strong Momentum

Nepalayatimes Spain – According to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)’s latest barometer, international tourist arrivals grew 6% in the first six months of 2018 after a record year of growth in 2017. All world regions enjoyed robust growth in tourist arrivals in January-June 2018. The increase was fuelled by strong demand from major source markets, supported by an upswing in …

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Technology and Innovation Seen as a Big Boost to Cultural Tourism

Nepalayatimes   Spain– Seeking to advance use of innovation and cutting-edge technologies into cultural tourism practices, destinations and products, the International Seminar on Harnessing Cultural Tourism through Innovation and Technology will be held in Hamedan, Iran alongside the 40th UNWTO Affiliate Members Plenary Session (12-14 November 2018). The seminar recognizes the significance of innovation in managing and promoting cultural tourism, …

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NRNA Announced 2019 to be Celebrated as Tourism Promotion Year

Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has announced that they are going to celebrate the year 2019 as Tourism Promotion Year for Nepal. This program has been announced as a complementary initiative to the government’s announcement of celebrating Visit Nepal Year 2020, targeting to welcome two million tourists by 2020. The NRNA will be conducting promotional campaigns in 80 …

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Number of Tourist: September Witnesses Encouraging Growth

Arrival Figures Continued to Soar

Nepalayatimes   Kathmandu – Nepal Tourism Board informed that with released this information, The month of September 2018 has witnessed a very encouraging growth trend. A healthy growth of 33.8% has been recorded in the international visitor arrivals to Nepal in September 2018. The forward momentum continues in the month of September 2018, with 91,820 international visitors. With this, the …

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Tourism and Sustainable Development Goals in the Context of Nepal

Dipak Parajuli/Nepalayatimes   Kathmandu – On 25 September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly approved the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and with it the Sustainable Development Goals, a framework comprising 17 goals and 169 targets, through which States, civil society and the private sector can guide and measure their contributions to sustainable development towards 2030. The new development agenda …

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Nepal Visit Year 2020: To Be Started Atithi Devo Bhaba Nation Campaign

Dipak Parajuli/Nepalayatimes   The National Campaign Atithi Devo Bhaba (Guest is like a God) has Announced by Honorable Rabindra Adhikari, Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation on today. In this program has organized by Federation of Nepalese Tourism Journalist in occasion of World Tourism Day to targeted the Government campaign Nepal Visit Year 2020, Minister Adhikari had handover the …

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Karnali Province to be Developed Green Region: CM Shahi

Nepalayatimes   Surkhet – Chief Minister of Karnali Province Mahendra Bahadur Shahi has said that the Karnali Province was planning to develop its geography into the green province. The provincial government has allocated Rs 240 million for the development of state-of-the-art nurseries to materialize the dream, Chief Minister Shahi said on Sunday while inaugurating the first convention of Federation of …

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Heritage in Sankhu still Awaiting Reconstruction

Nepalayatimes/RSS Kathmandu – Reconstruction of heritages of Kathmandu’s historical city, Sankhu, which was devastated by the April 2015 earthquake, has not gathered momentum. The reconstruction drive has almost reached four years but its speed is snail-paced. Though the Department of Archaeology took up the responsibility for the rebuild of the Lichchhivi-era historical heritages, it could not speed up the works. …

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