Himalaya Airlines, an international air carrier, entered into to the China market with the maiden flight to its latest destination, Chongqing, a major tourist city of the People’s Republic of China. The new service is an every Thursday charter service from Chongqing to Kathmandu;Himalaya is the only airline operating direct flights between the two cities.
Experts have pointed out that Nepal could learn much from Spain in the promotion of new knowledge in agriculture, tourism, water resources development, among others.
A tourist bus service from Kathmandu to Lumbini – the main tourism destination of the country has come into operation for the first time. Travel Nepal Bus Services Pvt Ltd has run the service on the route. Earlier, the company had already brought into operation the tourist bus service from Kathmandu to Pokhara.
Several tangible as well as intangible cultural heritages in Dailekh districts are in dire state, awaiting proper conservation and promotion.
The Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), the only international airport in the country, has introduced a new management policy for its passengers aimed at strengthening security and easing the entrance and exit, targeting the 4th BIMSTEC summit.
PATA Nepal Chapter concluded the second edition of the PATA Youth Talent Quest on Monday with the successful completion of the two competitions –Public Speaking and Content Writing among the members of its student chapter.
To celebrate the flights to Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, and Gatwick , second gateway from London. Qatar Airways Country Manager Jayaprakash, hosted a media interaction session also in attendance were honorary guests H. E. Richard Morris British Ambassador to Nepal .
Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) has taken an initiation to explore Tamankhola Rural Municipality of Baglung district to make it a new tourism destination.
The Department of Immigration says a total of 68,825 international tourists visited Nepal in May 2018, with a healthy increment of 9.6 % as compared to the arrival figures of May 2017.
Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) and Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) handed over Rs 250,000 each to the family of 33 deceased trekking workers, who lost their lives in the Himalayas.
Chief Minister of Province no 1, Sherdhan Rai, has said that a target has been set to welcome 500,000 foreign tourists in the province no 1 within next five years.