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European Journalists, bloggers say, Nepal is Safe to Travel

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 visit followed by two devastating earthquakes on April 25 and May 12 this year.

A group of twelve members including journalists, bloggers, and tour-operators accomplished their seven days tour de’ Nepal, visited the famous tourists hubs of Nepal. After their seven days tour, in a program organized by the Pacific Association of Travel Agents (PATA), they said that Nepal wasn’t ruined by the earthquake in April in that scale as it broadcasted by the international media. Despite those negative news, they found that most of the tourist destinations were and heritage sites were safe and sound to visit.

As always, they mentioned that Nepal was one of the interestng destinations for tourists around the world, and they promised they would amplify such words, “Nepal is Safe to Travel”, to their respective countries. On such occasion, president of PATA Nepal Chapter, Mr. Suman Pandey mentioned the sites which had been damaged by the earthquake, are under renovation and refurbishment and he requested tourists from Europe and all around the world to travel Nepal on their next vacation.
German journalist Thomas Limberg, tour operator Romy Ganschow, and other members suggested that Nepal should advertise and must do proper market research to revive its tourism industry.

The team visited Kathmandu Valley, Pokhara, Chitwan, Nagarkot, and Bhaktapur.

Published on 2015-08-13 11:29:41