Nepali women in summiting Mt Everest

KATHMANDU, Feb 07:Nepal has the crown of the highest mountain Mt Everest. About 8 out of 14 of the other highest mountains in the world is situated in Nepal but despite being a country rich of mountain the female summiteers of Nepal were seen comparatively very less in this field. Statistics from the Ministry of

Pathibhara Festival taking place on February 13

KATHMANDU, Feb 07: The Pathibhara Festival is going to be held in the Pathibhara Temple which is situated in the highest place in Nepal. On a press meet held on Monday, it was informed that the Tridibasiya Pathibhara Festival will be held from February 13 – 15. The Pathibhara Temple Region Conservation and Promotion Committee,

NTB participates in SATTE 2018

KATHMANDU, Feb 06: Nepal Tourism Board has participated at the South Asian Travel and Trade Exchange (SATTE) Fair 2018 held in Pragati Maidan, Delhi from 31 Jan – 2 February. The SATTE fair was also attended by representatives from Nepal Airlines, NATTA Far West and 19 other private sector companies. The fair was participated by NTB Managers Ms. Ranu Shah,

Tiger count commences at Shuklaphanta national park

Kanchanpur, Feb 06: Counting of Royal Bengal tiger has started at Shuklaphanta National Park here from Sunday. The tiger census is being carried out by employing the camera trapping method and with the cooperation of the Park office, the District Forest Office and support organizations. A team of 90 persons including technical staff has been

PATA Nepal Student Chapter-PYC organizes futsal tournament

KATHMANDU, Feb 05: The PATA Nepal Student Chapter of Public Youth Campus has organized a futsal tournament at Nepa Futsal, Chaumati on Feb 4. The tournament was an intra-college event featuring 6 teams from the BTTM (Bachelor in Travel and Tourism Management) department of Public Youth Campus (PYC). The event was organized to foster a

Tourist Information Center of Sauraha reopened

KATHMANDU, Feb 05: The Tourist Information Center of Sauraha, Chitwan, which was closed for the past five years has been reopened. This center is used to gain information about the flora and fauna of Chitwan National Park. The Chief Conservation Offiicer of the national park, Mr Bed Kumar Dhakal inaugurated the center and emphasized that it

Devghat needs to be developed as site of cultural-tourism: President

Tanahu, Devghat, Feb 5 (RSS): President Bidya Devi Bhandari has said that the Devghatdham should be developed into an attractive cultural-tourism site with all required infrastructure. Inaugurating the Dhandhyanchal Birat Gyan Mahayagya organised by the Galeswar Ashram here today, she said Devghat should be promoted as a centre important for all who believe in religion,

Kakarbhitta border popular among tourists

KATHMANDU, Feb 2: Notable numbers of tourists are entering Nepal through the eastern border at Kakarbhitta. In the past 9 months, 370 Chinese tourists entered Nepal through Kakarbhitta. American and European tourists also have been entering Nepal through this border point. Krishna Sigdel, information officer at the Kakarbhitta Immigration Office, said that from mid-April to

Maunata Lama to represent Nepal in Miss Eco International beauty pageant

Kathmandu, Feb 2 (RSS): Maunata Lama will represent Nepal in the Miss Eco International 2018 beauty pageant taking place on 10-28 April in Egypt. Chief Executive Officer of Green Art Media, Prabin Lacoul, said in a programme organised here on Thursday that Lama would vie for the title with the participants from 80 countries in

Nepal shines at Adventure Sports Asia Expo 2018

KATHMANDU, Feb 1 : The Adventure Sports Asia Expo (ASEA) 2018 has concluded at Hotel Four Points Sheraton in Delhi on Jan 29. The Expo, first of its kind, took place between Jan 27 – 29 and had the participation of Nepal for its promotion as the ultimate destination for adventure tourism. Seven companies from