Impact Travel Kathmandu hosts its first event on Global Goal #11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Impact Travel Kathmandu, one of the multi hubs of Impact Travel Alliance, joined fellow Impact Travel Alliance Hubs in hosting events around the same theme in Chicago, Kathmandu, Marrakech, NYC, Toronto and Tucson as part of an international effort around Global Goal #11: Sustainable Cities and Communities on 28th of March, 2018.

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Annapurna Conservation Area welcomed a record 158,600 trekkers in 2017

As per the record of Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), a total of 158,578 foreign tourists visited the Annapurna Region, which is popular for mountain views and some of the best trekking trails in the world, in 2017. The number is 38.88 percent higher than the figures of 2016. Continue reading

Royal Mountain Travel organizes “Three Day Leadership” training for the Fresh Trekking and Tours Guides

Trekking guides are not just only leaders in the trekking trails, but they are the real brand ambassadors for the Nepalese Tourism Industry. Guests, after spending two weeks of trekking in the Himalayas, it is up to the characteristics of trekking guides if the vacation will be memorable. Every year, Royal Mountain Travel enrols ten to fifteen new trekking and tour guides in the company. This year Royal Mountain Travel organized a ‘Three Day Leadership (Trekking and Tours)” in its office to maintain a strong connection with the in-house sales team, senior trekking and tour guides with the new trekking guides. Continue reading

2017, A Good Year For The Nepalese Tourism Industry

The year, 2017 has been a good year for the tourism industry of Nepal. Factors like increasing tourist numbers, growing number of tourism enterprises, and positive vibes created by promotional programs organized by both Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and the private sector indicate that the tourism sector has finally rebounded to the pre-quake level, according to tourism stakeholders.   Continue reading

Kerung -Tibet to Kathmandu; the first hand highway experience connecting Nepal to China.

China allows the border at Kerung-Rasuwa (Nepal) to become a new checkpoint for international visitors, visiting Tibet – China from Nepal via overland, and vice-versa, already since August. However, apparently, the only highway, Rasuwua Gadi Highway, connecting Nepal and Tibet – China has been a lucrative route for traders of both countries, Nepal and China. Continue reading