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National Geographic Recommends Pokhara as ‘World’s Best Spring Trips’

  KATHMANDU, March 21 (republica daily): Pokhara was listed on the top destinations not to be missed this spring season 0f 2017 as published on National Geographic website. Along with Pokhara, Travel magazine of NatGeo has advised another 11 sites around the globe on its best spring trip...

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Langtang is Ready to Welcome Visitors

Langtang was majorly affected by Gorkha earthquake and now it is almost rebuilt. After nearly two years of earthquake in 2015, Langtang region is finally ready to welcome national as well as international visitors whole heartedly. Langtang Himalayan range are equally beautiful and majestic same a...

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Trails to Annapurna

Thulo Kharka aka Australian Camp, where a busy hiker meets Annapurna range

Just 20 years ago, Kaski’s Thulo Kharka, an hour’s drive from Pokhara, was a grazing ground. Surrounded by verdant forests in all sides, the rolling pastures of Thulo Kharka was a fertile flatland where cows and buffaloes grazed freely. However, after a group of Australian tourists set camp i...

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Free Wifi Soon at Everest and Annapurna Base Camp

Mountaineers and travelers visiting the Everest will soon be able to access free Wi-Fi, with the Nepal government planning to install free Wi-Fi zones along the Lukla-Everest Base Camp (EBC) and Annapurna Base Camp. The initiative was announced during the "Nepal Broadband Forum-2017" held in Kat...

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Mira Rai named 2017 National Geographic People’s Choice Adventurer of the Year

Republica Daily, Jan 28: Mira Rai, a Nepali trail runner, has been named the 2017 National Geographic People’s Choice Adventurer of the Year for her tireless efforts in breaking down barriers for women in Nepal through sports. She was selected from an impressive group of adventurers whose extr...

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Ghorepani Ghandruk Trekking Sees Increment in Tourists in 2016

BABIYACHAUR, MYAGDI - The number of foreign tourists visiting Ghodepani-Ghandruk area of world-famous Annapurna Circuit, the main tourist destination, has increased by 31 percent this year as compared to the previous year.   According to data with the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (AC...

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Tourist visiting Nepal increased hugely in 2016

KATHMANDU - A total of 729,550 foreign tourists visited Nepal in 2016. The number of foreign tourists visiting Nepal in 2016 increased by 24 percent as compared to 2015, according to the Department of Immigration. Out of 729,550 tourists, 23,452 Chinese tourists who visited Nepal through Rasuwa che...

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Elephant Picnic at Chitwan in Nepal

On the occasion of 13th Chitwan Elephant Festival, special Elephant picnic was organized at Sauraha, Chitwan. In this picnic event, local elephants and elephants from national nature conservation fund participated. It was like a party for those elephants as their favourite foods items like sugarc...

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Lonely Planet Lists Nepal as Top Country to Visit in 2017

Popular ‘Lonely Planet’ magazine has recently published ‘Best to Travel in 2017’ countries and best value cities. This year Nepal is listed at number one position in best value countries that would be the first choice for budget-conscious travelers. In the similar way, number fifth position ...

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Everest Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek

Planet Earth II mountain producer, Justin Anderson shares her favorite places as Gokyo Valley of Nepal

View from Gokyo Ri: Everest Himalyan range, Ngozumba glacier, third Gokyo lake Planet Earth II is already has incredible numbers of viewers with its amazing photography. 'The guardian' has asked the show’s producers for their most memorable places, and suggest ways of seeing the wonders for you...

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TAAN Celebrates World Tourism Day

KATHMANDU, Sept 26: Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal (TAAN) organized 'Heritage Walk with People with Disabilities' in Kathmandu on Monday on the eve of World Tourism Day 2016. Tourism fraternity across the world is celebrating World Tourism Day by organizing various programs on Tuesday. T...

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Tourist arrivals jump 13 percent in first half of 2016

Tourist arrivals to Nepal jumped 12.77 percent in the first six months of 2016, showing incipient signs that the tourism industry is stirring back to normal after suffering a series of disasters last year. According to Department of Immigration statistics, Nepal received 313,512 tourists in the f...

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Challenges and Opportunities of Tourism in Nepal

Tourism in Nepal dates back to 1952 holding more than 64 years of history of welcoming foreigners in Nepal. In the starting days, Nepal was one of the top destinations for westerners. Regardless the reason behind it, tourism business was prime source of income. But unfortunately, as the years passed...

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Government sets new rules for mountaineers

KATHMANDU: Nepal is considering to ban lone mountaineers from climbing peaks, including Mt Everest, to minimise accident risks on the Himalayas. In addition to a ban on lone attempts, the government is also mulling over restricting people with complete blindness, double amputation, as well as those...

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NTB Set to Launch Nepal Promotion Programs

  Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) is all set to conduct marketing activities through global channels like CNN, BBC media to attract larger number of tourists to Nepal and bring positive change in Nepalese tourism sector. It is believed that after broadcasting the promos on BBC and CNN televisio...

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ACAP to unveil new trekking route

LAMJUNG:  Annapurna Conservation Area Project is all set to unveil an alternative new trekking route soon. The idea of the alternative route was conceived after the existing Annapurna Trekking Circuit from Jamjung district headquarters, Besisahar to Manang was linked by a road network recently. ...

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Documentary ‘Nepal is Safe for Tourism’ prepared

Singer and tourist guide Ensu Rai has come up with a documentary ‘Nepal is safe for Tourism Forever’. The documentary spanning three minutes and 11 seconds has shots of ascents to the world’s highest summit Mount Everest and vista of Himalayas. Six months after the devastating earthquake...

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Students on Nepal adventure

On 15 July this team of intrepid Sixth Formers, two members of staff and a professional Expedition Leader will head off on the adventure of a lifetime to spend 12 days trekking in Nepal and then a week working on a community project. The students are taking part in a World Challenge expedition wh...

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Pokhara listed on top of Budget Travel Destination List – Forbes

Jun 12, 2016- Forbes Media has recently published a list of cheapest cities in a world to travel in 2016 and Pokhara has been placed at top of the list with cheapest site that would be a great choice for any budget traveler. Similarly, in the same list there is Kathmandu also on the list somewhere i...

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Argentine celeb dedicates Everest victory to promotion of Nepal tourism

KATHMANDU: A Latin American actor who returned from the summit of Mt Everest said on Wednesday that his team came to Nepal this spring to give the world a message that the Himalayan country was all safe to travel in the aftermath of devastating earthquake. Speaking at a press meet in Kathmand...

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