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 Forgotten ancient Buddha sites in Nepal long for revival by tourism

Tourism Mail | 7th March, 2018

During the recent fourth edition of the Lumbini Peace Marathon, Maya Devi temple, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, was packed with around 100 runners, along with journalists and hoards of tourists. In contrast to the noise of cheers and applause filling the Sacred Garden where the temple is located, 28 km away from the garden,…

Nepal-India relations: Ramayan circuit

Tourism Mail | 24th November, 2017

It is the socio-cultural rather than the political factor that determines the long-term relations between two countries. Judged from this perspective, Nepal and India relations are found to have been governed more by socio-cultural factors. This is the secrecy to the unique relations between the two countries. A beginning had been made to build and…

Tourism in Nepal

Tourism Mail | 29th October, 2017

N- New    E- Experience      P- for Pleasure        A-And Relaxation            L– in Landlocked Country   KATHMANDU: Our Country Nepal is rich in natural beauties, gifts and wonders. There are many places and things of cultural, historical and religious importance. Mt, Everest, the highest peaks of the world, lies in Nepal. We are…

Guests are God in Nepal

Tourism Mail | 24th October, 2017

KATHMANDU: Recently, we witnessed 38thWorld Tourism Day. It was celebrated for the first time in September 27, 1980 by The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO.) The date had once coincided with an important milestone in world tourism i.e. the anniversary of the adoption of the UNWTO Statutes on September 27, 1970. And viewing all…

Vulture restaurant, an outcome of combined endevours, gaining wider recognition

Tourism Mail | 1st April, 2017

Until a few years ago, if any cattle died in the villages of Pithauli and Kawasoti of Nawalparasi, its disposal was chargeable and quite challenging. Otherwise, villagers had no way except to enduring the unpleasant odour wafting from the carcass for not days but months. Animals like jackals and stray dogs used to transport carrion…

NEPAL AND TOURISM

Tourism Mail | 26th September, 2016

Nepal,a beautiful country, has located at northern hemisphere. It is a country which is situated at lap of Himalayas. Cultural diversity , scenic beauties ,arts and architectures, climatic diversity etc are some reasons that have created possibility of tourism has proportional relationship because of their dependency each other . There are some reasons and aspects…

Tourism in Nepal

Tourism Mail | 11th September, 2016

Nepal is a beautiful country is the world. With its natural beauty spreading across rivers lake,  hills, mountains and other socio cultural diversity , Nepal has become one of the fascinating natural destination for many visitors .the most exciting is a beauty of mount Everest  which is the highest mountain in the world in the…

Tourists flow gradually picking up in post-quake Nepal

Tourism Mail | 10th September, 2016

Nepal is a country blessed with the nature’s bounty. The country is replete in jungles, rivers, lakes, hills, the Himalayan range and historic temples built in various structures of pagoda and shikhara style. The richness in culture, religion and historic cultural heritages along with the splendor of the unrivalled woodcrafts is a manifestation of Nepal’s…

Nepal in need of more Chinese tourists

Tourism Mail | 31st August, 2016

Nepal witnessed the growth of 13 percent in total tourist arrivals during the first half of 2016. Nepal received a total of 313,512 tourists in the first half this year, against 277,992 in the same period a year ago. Despite of suffering a devastating earthquake last year killing nearly 9000 people and making a half…