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Nepal is officially open to travelers inoculated with Covid-19 vaccines

Nepal is officially open to travelers inoculated with Covid-19 vaccines
March 29, 2021

Nepal on Thursday enforced new travel rules removing the quarantine requirements for foreign tourists who have got both doses of Covid-19 vaccine, in an attempt to give a boost to pandemic-depressed travel and tourism business. According to new travel protocols, posted on the website of the Tourism Ministry on Thursday evening, vaccinated tourists entering Nepal have to submit a negative…

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Visit Nepal Year 2020 Postponed

Visit Nepal Year 2020 Postponed
August 24, 2019

In 2019 Nepal organize different international programs to promote visit Nepal 2020. We also participate in many such programs in January months of 2020.  Now with the novel coronavirus, the conditions are different and difficult to visit Nepal 2020 campaign. According to a Nepali cabinet minister, the Nepal government has postponed the international tourism promotional activities as planned. This promotional…

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Royal Trek being promoted during Visit Nepal Year 2020
January 1, 2020

POKHARA, Dec 31: The entire Gandaki province is a region famous for some of the world's best trekking routes. It boasts of the Round-Annapurna Trekking Route, one of the best 10 trekking routes in the world, the Dhawalagiri Trekking Route, the Mardi Trekking route and the Millennium Trekking Route. These are some of the famous trekking routes apart from several…

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Kathmandu, Lonely Planet’s World Top Five City for 2019
October 27, 2018

KATHMANDU:  Nepal is again in news for its tourism! This time because of its capital city Kathmandu, the home to various heritage sites and tourism spots. In its latest announcement, the world’s leading tourism guide featured Kathmandu in the list of its top five cities, globally. Kathmandu grabbed the 5 position in the Lonely Planet’s list of top ‘ten cities primed to capture…

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Govt officially reopens heritage sites to visitors
January 20, 2016

The government has reopened most of the cultural heritage sites that were damaged by the earthquake of April 25 in its efforts to lure back foreign tourists to the country. Six of the seven UNESCO World Heritage sites closed after the quakes have reopened from Monday. Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Kripasur Sherpa announced reopening of the sites…

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