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A beautified Lumbini ready to welcome visitors after reopening Saturday, November 21st, 2020

RUPANDEHI:- Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, is eagerly waiting for tourists following its reopening after being closed for eight months due to global COVID-19 pandemic. Tourism entrepreneurs are at work to be prepared to welcome tourists post reopening of the tourist area. Renovation and..

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Nepal Government decides to open tourism sites Friday, November 13th, 2020

KATHMANDU:- Nepal government has decided to open the tourism sites for touristic activities. The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation came up with the move to reopen the tourism sites that were closed after the Covid-19 pandemic. With this, cable car, jungle safari and museums would be..

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Qatari prince’s expedition team scales Mt Amadablam Wednesday, November 11th, 2020

KATHMANDU:- Prince of Qatar Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Thani has successfully climbed Mt Amadablam. The 13-member mountaineering team including the Prince stepped on the summit of the 6,814 metres tall peak at 11.20 am today, the Department of Tourism said. Department's director Meera Acharya,..

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Internet facility at Mt. Mardi Wednesday, October 28th, 2020

KASKI:- Nepal Telecom Pokhara office has set up phone and internet facility at Mardi mountain. A telephone tower was set up at high camp located at an altitude of 3,550 meter in Machhapuchchhre Rural Municpality-8. Office chief Narendraman Singh Maharjan informed that the 2G and 3G mobile service..

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Jungle safari and walk opened in Shuklaphanta National Park Tuesday, October 20th, 2020

KANCHANPUR:- Jungle safari and walk has been opened for the visitors in Shuklaphanta National Park. The park office announced this through a public notice. The visitors should follow the health safety guidelines like mandatorily wearing the face masks and using sanitizer while entering the park..

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Yeti Airlines makes maiden flight to Simara Wednesday, October 7th, 2020

KATHMANDU:- Yeti Airlines has started its service at Simara, the nearest destination from Kathmandu, from today. The Airlines launched its flight to Simara of Bara after 12 years as per its announcement on the occasion of its 22nd birthday. It is the ninth destination of Yeti Airlines and second..

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Yeti Airlines to resume Kathmandu-Simara flight after 12 years Friday, October 2nd, 2020

KATHMANDU:- Yeti Airlines is set to resume Kathmandu-Simara flights from October 7 after a break of 12 years. The airlines announced flights to the new destination on the occasion of its 22nd anniversary. Simara is ninth destination for the airlines. High health precaution would be adopted while..

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Tourism in Pokhara reviving after six months Sunday, September 27th, 2020

Basudev Poudel and Krishna Dawadi, POKHARA:- Six months after COVID-19 pandemic in the country, tourism sector in Pokhara has signaled the revival. Mardi Himal Trek has again seen mobility of tourists. Inflow of domestic tourists to the Trek is increasing, said Raju Poudel, owner of Hotel..

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Government decides to increase regular international flights Thursday, September 10th, 2020

KATHMANDU:- The government is to give permission for conducting additional flights from countries where regular international flights have been started. In this connection, the government has removed the quota for bringing only 800 passengers daily that was determined before this. Now, the..

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Nepal: Taskforce formed for revival of tourism sector Tuesday, September 8th, 2020

KATHMANDU:- Nepal Tourism Board has formed the Tourism Revival Taskforce in order to revive the tourism industry of the country which is affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The NTB has brought the tourism revival plan as further coordination and collaboration was necessary as per the government..

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Nepal: Air Arabia asked to return passengers money Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020

KATHMANDU:- The government has directed Air Arabia airlines company to returned the money charged on its passengers for hotel quarantine. The airline company had come with 161 passengers on 25 August to Kathmandu from Sarjah of UAE but one of the passengers did not have tested for Corona Virus. As..

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