KATHMANDU: With the declining trend of foreigners visiting Nepal due to various reasons, Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has continued its efforts to promote tourism potentials of Himalayan nation to lure more tourists.
In similar bid, NTN participated in the promotional tour of western Indian cities organized by Nepal Association of Tour and Travel Agents (NATTA) Regional Association, Pokhara.
“India commands a healthy share in terms of generating tourist movements to Nepal. Today, with almost 40 flights per week to Kathmandu, air connectivity with India has shown a significant improvement. Based on these indicators, NATTA Regional Association, Pokhara, in cooperation with Nepal Tourism Board, organized this week-long promotional tour focusing on Mumbai and Goa from 1-8 August 2013,” a press statement issued by NTB
According to NTB, the Mumbai leg of the program on August 2 was well attended by the local trade community and media – altogether 200. The B2B session provided the delegation members an ideal platform to forge new business alliances and renew the existing ones. Likewise, Nepal’s tourism products, services and facilitation issues were highlighted through the “Naturally Nepal Presentation.”
Similarly, the release mentioned that the GOA leg of the program on August 5 was attended by around 65 from local tourism fraternity and media combined. Predominantly and inbound market, the Goan travel trade gave an enthusiastic response to the concept of mutual movements of tourists for value addition.
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