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Nepalese tourism hasn’t set the pace say tourism entrepreneurs

POKHARA, Jan 22:  Pokhara hasn’t been able to maintain the tourism flow even after 2 and a half years since the earthquake. Tourism and hotel entrepreneurs have complained in the interaction program in Pokhara that it hasn’t been able to maintain a proper pace in the tourism sector. According to official statistics, Nepalese tourism businesses haven’t improved even when 10 lakh tourists have visited Nepal this yea...

PATA Nepal announces job vacancy

KATHMANDU, Jan 19: The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA)  has announced a job vacancy for communications officer and graphics designer. PATA Nepal Chapter has announced vacancy for Marketing and Communications Officer with Bachelor's degree, and good verbal and written communications skill, and is also looking for proficiency in office applications including MS Word and Excel. It has also announced vacancy for the post of Graphics Designer with a minimum Intermediate degree, and graphic designing skills with proficiency in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Adobe Premier, and other graphics designing....

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Uniting all tourism associations for progress: Nawaraj Dahal

On the 39th Annual General Meeting of TAAN held on October 29, Mr Navaraj Dahal became the newly elected president of TAAN. Initially established to develop mountain tourism in Nepal, Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) is now the umbrella...

Alexandria restaurant gives Nepali cuisine the royal treatment

Your meal at Royal Nepal starts with a bread basket. Actually, it’s a round proofing basket outfitted with a snug Dh...

Fairfield by Marriott : New Era in field of Hospitality

KATHMANDU: White tall charismatic building in heart of Nepal’s capital Kathmandu tourist hub, Thamel near the Garden of ...

Teaching to Reuse: The Bajra Café

KATHMANDU: The earthquake of 2015 damaged and ravaged many structures in the valley. Now the people are in confusion ove...

Everest Diary: An aborted summit attempt, faulty ropes and R&R

It was Friday 5th May and we were sitting in our mess tent having arrived back from a bit of “civilisation” at Gorak Shep. Tim Mosedale came in and told us, “The summit bid is on, we’ll be leaving at 3am tonight, get your gear together”. It was 3pm and only minutes earlier we thought we had at least...