Monday, December 8, 2008

Nepal Tempts Indian Travelers Yet Again Press Release

Nepal Tempts Indian Travelers Yet Again Press Release
December 5, 2008

All geared up with exciting travel ideas for the upcoming holiday season, Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) organized roadshows all over Uttar Pradesh from November 24 to 28, 2008 to entice the Indian traveler and help them plan their next holiday.

With roadshows organized in Lucknow, Kanpur, Varanasi and Gorakhpur, Nepal Tourism Board team showcased several exciting options under its promotion campaign Naturally Nepal – Once Is Not Enough and showcased Weekend Breaks, Adventure Holidays and Lifetime Experiences for UP holiday makers.

This is the second consecutive year of Border Town Sales Mission by Nepal Tourism Board in these four cities of North India, this tour is organized mainly to feel the presence of New Nepal as destination among tour operators as it solicits strong bond cooperation or some new venture from all the players to revive the tourism at least to foothold strongly for the upcoming years. In this team 8 private companies form Kathmandu, Bhairahawa, Pokhara, Nepalgunj and Dhangadi, has been participated.

The 4 City Uttar Pradesh Sales Mission witnessed a keen interest of prominent tour operators such as Thomas Cook, Carlson Waganlit Cox & Kings, Le passage to India etc. who wished to further explore opportunities to tie up with Nepalese travel agents and hoteliers, visiting from cities like Nepalgunj, Bhairahawa , Pohkara etc.

The B2B Session was a great success as it gave the local tour operators a common platform to strengthen the ties between Indian and Nepalese travel trade and also discuss new tour packages for the Indian markets.

During the roadshow, Mr. Hikmat Singh Ayer, Senior Manger, Nepal Tourism Board informed that the Government of Nepal recently announced a major promotion to launch "Nepal Tourism Year 2011" and plans to promote Nepal as the most spectacular destination in tourism world.

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