Royal Mountain Travel’s new initiative – ‘Women Behind E-Wheels’

 

 

Royal Mountain Travel has introduced electric cars, Hyundai Kona as a mode of new transportation facilities to tour inside the Kathmandu Valley. The company aimed to encourage the city to adopt the electronic vehicle for the improvement of the city’s weather.

It is also aimed to satisfy the demand of travelers who wanted to be a part of responsible tourism. Green Energy is a, certainly, a demand of the future, and the Royal Mountain Travel has always been a great advocate for responsible and sustainable tourism.

In the near future, the company expects to convert all its ‘fossil fuel’ vehicles into Green and sustainable transportation. The company and the entire team have been encouraged and motivated to add other electronic vehicles in the company in a rapid manner.

 

Royal Mountain Travel has come up with the resolution to put women behind the wheels of these electronic cars. We hope this act will encourage other companies to add electronically operated vehicles, creating better job opportunities for female drivers and cleans the environment of the city.

 

Nepal set to double tiger population under WWF global plan


Nepal is set to become the first country to double its tiger population as part of the World Wildlife Foundation’s (WWF) “Tx2” programme which aims to double the number of tigers all over the world.

Nepal’s tiger population has risen to 235 from the baseline population of 121 counted in 2009, the WWF said in a statement released to commemorate National Conservation Day.

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Tourist arrivals in Nepal soared by 73.5 percentage in July

Aug 19, 2018-Tourist arrivals to Nepal jumped 73.5 percent in the month of July, largely due to a sharp increase in the number of travelers from countries like India, China, the US and the UK, according to statistics released by Nepal Tourism Board (NTB).

The statistics show that Nepal received a whopping 73,285 international tourists in July—a time of the year that is considered to be an off-season for tourists due to the monsoons. The growth in the numbers has been particularly attributed to Indian pilgrims visiting Kailash Mansarovar in Tibet, via Nepal.

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