Tag: Nepal Tourism Board

Nepal Tourism Board conducts meeting on impacts of Coronavirus outbreak in tourism and aviation industry

In the wake of the huge impact of WHO-declared pandemic – Coronavirus outbreak, which is spreading on a massive scale across the world and causing a huge loss in the sector of travel and tourism in the country since mid-February 2020, a meeting with the representatives of travel associations was organised at the Ministry of […]

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Nepal Tourism Board appoints Dr Dhananjay Regmi as the new CEO

Newly appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) Dr Dhananjay Regmi, assumed his office. NTB officials welcomed Dr Regmi as the new CEO amidst a program at office premises, Bhrikutimandap. Dr Regmi also served as Chairperson of Himalayan Research Expedition (HRE), Himalayan Research Center (HRC) and Vice-Chairperson of Kathmandu-based Nepal Geographical Society. […]

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Nepal showcases destination offerings in key Indian cities

Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) conducted a destination presentation in New Delhi at The Park hotel recently. The event showcased the country’s many tourism offerings, as the Board targets a 25% growth in arrivals from India. Post the New Delhi event, NTB conducted the presentations in Ahmedabad at Courtyard by Marriott; in Mumbai at The St. […]

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Nepal Tourism Board along with NATTA and IMTA launches ‘International Mountain Tourism Day’ in Kathmandu

The ‘International Mountain Tourism Day’ and ‘International Forum on Mountain Tourism (Nepal)’ were launched in Kathmandu on the occasion of Everest Day on May 29. The programme was jointly organised by the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) in coordination with Nepal Association of Travel and Tour Agents (NATTA) and International Mountain Tourism Alliance (IMTA). Chief Guest […]

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Nepal looks to reposition itself as an experiential destination

To promote 2020 as ‘Visit Nepal Year’ Akansha Pandey | New Delhi Yet again, India is the number one source market for Nepal followed by China and the United States. Over 160,832 Indian arrivals travelled to the friendly neighbour country in 2017. The air arrivals have gone up by 36% over 2016 and by road, […]

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India’s biggest travel show network TTF concludes Chennai & Bengaluru editions successfully

Facilitating the trade to meet and market their products for 29 years, TTF – the biggest travel show network in India, recently provided the much-needed opportunity to the travel industry from across India to connect and conduct business in Chennai and Bengaluru. Chennai edition of TTF garners accolades The opening event of TTF 2018 series, […]

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Chennai edition of TTF, India’s biggest travel show network, concludes on a positive note

The opening event of TTF 2018 series, India’s biggest travel show network, concluded its first leg in Chennai on an optimistic note. Close to 150 exhibitors from 8 countries and 21 Indian states and union territories showcased their destinations and varied tourism products in beautifully appointed stalls and pavilions. The three-day travel show also attracted […]

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TTF Kolkata & Hyderabad to showcase various facets of tourism sector

Exhibitors will promote their best and latest tourism products to the Indian and International travel trade industry during the TTF season. These participants have great expectations from TTF as they see it as a platform to give their business a momentum. By Sulagna Ghosh Travel & Tourism Fair (TTF) is India’s oldest and largest travel […]

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Deepak Raj Joshi appointed as the new CEO of Nepal Tourism Board

Following a four-year hiatus, Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has finally appointed Deepak Raj Joshi as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), for a four-year term. Three candidates had been recommended by the CEO selection sub-committee for the final round from among nine individuals who appeared for the interview. Among the three, Joshi outperformed others, securing […]

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Nepal Tourism Board observing June, July, August as ‘Readiness Months Period’

Nepal continues to look to both India and China to give its key revenue-earning tourism sector a much needed boost. The Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) representatives have revealed that, notwithstanding the devastating impact of the April 25 earthquake in the Kathmandu Valley and in some outlying areas, the three months of June, July and August […]

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