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Argentine celebrity dedicates Everest victory to support of Nepal tourism

1-Jun-2016,

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. 

More than 400 Mountaineers scaled highest peak Mt.Everest

Kathmandu, 26-May- 2016,

More than 400 mountaineers scaled the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest this year 2016.

 A total of 289 foreign climbers on behalf of different 34 expedition teams were climbing to scale the peak along with their over 400 high elevation workers this season.

New Airline “Himalayan Airlines” welcomes new Airbus

On Wednesday (9-Sep-2016) Himalayan Airlines, a Nepal-China joint venture welcomed first with special ceremony in Kathmandu, Nepal.

The new aircraft, with the registration number 9N-ALM, had landed at the Tribhuvan International Airport, at 2:25 pm today.

Nepal placed on top of 10 must-see countries

Jan 5, 2016- Nepal has been placed at the number one spot in the list of 10 countries to visit this year by UK-based Rough Guides, one of the leading travel publishers in the world. “With varied landscapes -- from the Himalayas to jungles inhabited by tigers, elephants and rhinos -- Nepal should be your first choice for travel in 2016,” Rough Guides said, revealing its top holiday destinations for this year on its website.

New Slogan Has Been Launched for Nepal Tourism

4-sep, 2015

To circulate the message that Nepal is safe for tourism business and is ready to welcome tourist in coming season, National Tourism Promotion Committee (NTPC) has exposed new slogan “NEPAL: BACK ON TOP OF THE WORLD” to promote Nepal tourism in latest situation. Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Kripasur Sherpa said that tourist flow has lessened incredibly after the earthquake on 25th April. “Despite the reduction in number of tourists, we are devoted to restart the tourism industry. He added during the opening ceremony which was organized in Kathmandu on Monday, “We are sure that this slogan will again take Nepal back on track”.