Master plan for Terathum’s tourism promotion in the final stages

TERATHUM, March 22: The making of a five – year tourism master plan started a year ago for boosting Terathum district's tourism sector is nearing the final stages of completion. The District Coordination Committee has stated that the master plan is being formulated for uplifting the economic status of the district by promoting tourism. The master plan is in the making with consultations and discussion between the experts, tourism entrepreneurs, hoteliers, local villagers, political party representatives, chamber of commerce and industry representatives, security organs, governmental and non-governmental organizations, conservationists and journalists. Local Development Officer, Tulasi Gautam, said the master plan is being built by taking into account the suggestions drawn from all the sides. RSS

  • ‘Rhododendron Festival’ at Ghumte on New Year 2074

    BAGLUNG, March 19: A 'Rhododendron Festival' is being held on the occasion of the Nepali New Year 2074 BS in Ghumte of Baglung district- a mesmerizing tourist destination located 3,120 meters above sea level. The Galkot Travel Tourism Development Centre is organizing the Rhododendron Festival from April 13 to 14. The Centre has been holding the festival on the occasion of New Year annually for यो [...]

  • Home stay program wins tourists’ hearts in Lamjung

    LAMJUNG, March 8: Home stay program launched in over a dozen locations in the district is gaining popularity as it continues to win hearts of tourists arriving here. This facility is gradually becoming the first choice of tourists both from home and aboard. Tourists choosing home stay are offered warm hospitality, organic food products and better services. Besides, they get an opportunity to यो [...]

  • Stakeholders stress on joint effort for promoting tourism

    POKHARA, Feb 28: Nepal Association of Tour and Travel Agents (NATTA) Western Regional Association's 22nd general assembly held in Pokhara on Monday stressed on a joint effort among the concerned stakeholders for tourism sector's overall development. The speakers at the program noted that Nepal remains a country with unbound possibilities in tourism sector and called for making tourism related l यो [...]

  • Agro tourism fair to be organized in Jhapa

    JHAPA, Feb 14: The Eastern Development Regional Industrial, Trade, Agriculture and Tourism Fair-2073 BS, is taking place at Bhadrapur Municipality-5 in the district six decades after it took place. The Bhadrapur Chamber of Commerce and Jhapa Chamber of Commerce and Industries are jointly organizing the fair. According to organizers, about 100 stalls would be set up in the fair aimed at promo यो [...]

  • Air Pollution Problem: Threat to Nepal’s Tourism Industry

    Feb 9: South Asia’s notorius “atmospheric brown cloud” could impact Nepal’s appeal as a tourist destination. Visitors are voicing their concern about the three-kilometer-thick toxic cloud that sits over much of the region, including large swaths of Nepal, and interferes with their experience of a country promoted as a trekker’s paradise. Tourism is a major source of revenue for Nepal. In 2014, यो [...]

  • Pun Hill listed as top 10 destinations in Nepal

    MYAGDI, Jan 20: Pun Hill – situated at Ghorepani of Ghar VDC 1 in the foothills of the majestic Annapurna mountain range – has been selected as one of the must-see tourist destinations, suffusing the local tourism entrepreneurs with an inexplicable joy. The largest travel guide book, Lonely Planet, has listed Pun Hill among the top 10 tourist destinations in Nepal as part of its annual publicat यो [...]

  • Mustang attracting more tourists

          MUSTANG, Jan 12: According to the Annapurna Conservation Area Project, a total 39017 tourists visited Mustang in 2016. The number is a significant rise in compared to the previous year, which was 23,272 in 2015. Trekking in Annapurna Circuit, visiting Lomanthang, the former Mustangi royal palace, and studying Tibetan arts and culture and paying homage to Muktinath ar यो [...]

  • Reasons why flight times are longer than they were 40 years ago

    Jan, 7: Nowadays, a non-stop flight from New York to Houston, Texas, takes about four hours. In 1973, the same flight would have taken just over two and a half hours. So much for progress. But this is not an isolated case: flight times are getting longer. There are a number of reasons that more time is needed for airlines to fly from A to B, but one explored recently is fuel costs. Accord यो [...]

  • Indian ambassador Rae embarks on five-day visit to Manang

    Besishahar (Manang), Aug 26: Indian ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae today embarked on a five-day visit to the trans-Himalaya district, Manang. Ambassador Rae reached the district to inspect and monitor the Tarey Monastery under construction with financial support of around Rs 30 million from the Indian Embassy in Nepal, it has been learnt. Rae landed in Manang at 10:45am today by a helicopter यो [...]


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