March 22, 2017, Kathmandu. Royal Mountain Travel, a destination management company (DMC) based in Nepal, was awarded the highest level of Travelife Sustainable Tourism certification at the ITB in Berlin. This makes the company one of the first in Nepal to reach this level. Continue reading
The government has started offering free SIM cards to foreign travelers entering Nepal through the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) as a gesture of hospitality.
Kathmandu – The tourists visiting Nepal in the aftermath of the massive earthquake have opined that Nepal’s pristine beauty has remained intact while the tourist destinations are safe for travel.
Whether recent events in Greece, Tunisia and even Calais have a long-term impact on tourism, beyond the immediate effects of changed and cancelled bookings, remains to be seen, but there is no doubt that the 7.8 magnitude earthquake Nepal suffered on 25 April, and its severe aftershocks, served a crushing blow to the country’s industry. Continue reading
The ‘Coolest Places’ list is a guide on destinations to prioritise for 2015 which are ‘right at that sweet spot between sleepy backwater and developed destination’.
“What must we see right now, before it changes forever?” its writer Ann Abel asks. “What’s newly safe or newly uncovered?”