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Nepal Declared Safe for Travellers, Research says

Published on Thursday, 01 Jan 1970
KATHMANDU - Nepal’s government is pulling every diplomatic string to get foreign embassies to change their travel advisories so that the Himalayan nation can be considered “a safe place to

European Journalists, bloggers say, Nepal is Safe to Travel

Published on Thursday, 01 Jan 1970
Kathmandu, August 11- A team of the journalists, bloggers and tour operators from two giant European countfories- Germany and Natherlands, say that Nepal is safe for travelling. They are in the field

Naturally Nepal needs tourists now more than ever, Says Peter Athans

Published on Thursday, 01 Jan 1970
KATHMANDU, August 8 In the wake of the devastating April 25 earthquake and its subsequent aftershocks, one of the world’s foremost high-altitude mountaineers Saturday appealed to foreign visito

Annapurna Region Safe for Trekking

Published on Thursday, 01 Jan 1970
The world famous Annapurna Circuit trekking route is safe and open for business, said an assessment report prepared by Miyamoto International, a global structural and earthquake engineering firm. Ho

Travel traders go to PM to complain about NTB

Published on Thursday, 01 Jan 1970
A delegation of disgruntled travel trade entrepreneurs called on Prime Minister Sushil Koirala and Finance Minister Ram Saran Mahat on Thursday and briefed them about the financial irregularities they

NTB eyes historic palaces, ponds for tourism sites

Published on Thursday, 01 Jan 1970
KATHMANDU, MAR 24 - The Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) said that it would be transcending its traditional role of promoting and marketing Nepal by formulating a five-year tourism plan. Among the different