To mark the 37th World Tourism Day, a felicitation event was held at Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), Bhrikuti Mandap on September 27, 2016. It was jointly organised by the Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA), NTB, All tourism associations and tourism stakeholders and NGOs.
The “bhuteko and a-chiura” at Bhuju ko bhatti at Gabahal, Patan is fast, plentiful and inexpensive (Rs. 70). But those are not the only reasons why this simple household grub works as a popular late afternoon snack. Bhauju ko anda-chiura also gives you a good taste and a bit of childhood nostalgia. Order a cup of local tea on the side, and you have a perfect Nepali combination.
पर्यटन व्यवसायी तथा एमाले नेता ट्रिपल पी. गुरूङ, पर्वतारोही/ट्रेकिङ गाईड मुना गुरूङ र नेपाल पर्यटन बोेर्डका प्रमुख कार्यकारी निर्देशक दीपकराज जोशीसंग लम्मजुङ र मनाङ घुमेर तयार गरेिएको साझा सवाल ।
In response to Sherpa demands after the 2014 avalanche, the Nepali government raised the required insurance coverage scale for mountain workers. Life insurance increased 50 percent to $15,000 for high-altitude workers, and medical insurance will rise by 33 percent to $4,000, costs that are paid by expeditions.
A bus headed to Kathmandu from Khotang has plunged some 200 meter down the road at Barkhetar of the district on Tuesday morning (April 12, 2016).
An Iranian citizen was recently arrested by Nepal Police from Budhanilkantha for staying illegally in Nepal without visa for over six years. Mostafa Salooghiaval was found to have overstayed in Nepal for almost 2295 days.
After a long wait, construction works of the Pokhara Regional International Airport is finally beginning, come this Nepali New Year.
Canadian couple Nathan and Danica Reid’s travelling diaries in Nepal continues. They recently landed in the Terai region.
Nathan Reid, one half of the Canadian couple exploring things in Nepal, shares his experience of milking a cow somewhere in Terai region.
According to an article published on MyRepublica.com, foreigners visiting Nepal believe the country is safe to visit after the devastating earthquake.
Following a joint meeting held on Monday (April 20, 2015), Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) have made it mandatory for foreign tourists travelling to all trekking areas in Nepal to get Trekking Information Management System (TIMS) cards starting next week.
Here’s what tourists from different corners of the world think about Nepal.
Brace yourselves as Humans of New York (HONY) blogger Brandon Stanton is making his way to Nepal very soon to capture portraits of strangers and tell their stories.
Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar top the list of six best trekking routes in the world as published by UK newspaper The Daily Mail and World Expeditions.
Here’s the ABC News’ coverage of how the two extreme adventurers Sano Babu Sunuwar and Lakpa Sherpa undertook their Ultimate Summit to Sea Descent expedition, which ultimately led them to be named NatGeo’s the 2012 People’s Choice Adventurers of the Year.
Good news for those fed up with daily traffic congestion and worsening pollution in Kathmandu. B&S Urban Cable Car is planning to operate cable cars in the capital to offer its residents hassle-free movement in a clean environment.
Former king Gyanendra Shah, former queen Komal and former crown princess Himani returned to the Capital from Bangkok on Sunday (April 21) after seeing an improvement in the health of former prince Paras.
One of the biggest outdoor festivals of the country, the 8th Sundance Music Festival 2013 was held on March 16. The annual two-day event, which took place at The Last Resort, was one fun, music and entertainment filled extravaganza.
The warning issued by the U.S. Department of States against travel to Nepal earlier this year has been canceled because of the improved political situation in Nepal.
On December 1st, Thursday, Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai formally announced the much-talked-about Visit Lumbini Year 2012 (VLY-2012) from the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, inviting the world to work towards creating a peaceful society through Buddha’s peace message. The government plans to nominate Nepali singer and nun Aani Chhoying Dolma, Chinese actor Jackie Chan, Indian superstar Shahrukh Khan and Indian actress Rekha as Peace Ambassadors for the VLY 2012.