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Tourism Promotion held in New York

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Tourism Promotion held in New York

May 2: New York-based Consulate General of Nepal organized a tourism promotion program in New York in collaboration with the New York chapter of the Asia-Pacific Travel Association as well as an organization named Nepal-The Wonderland of Natural, Cultural and Spiritual Beauty.

The tourism promotion event aimed at imparting the message that Nepal has reopened for travel and tourism after the Covid-19 pandemic and that the country is eager to welcome American tourists.

Amrit Bahadur Rai, Nepal's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, who was the chief guest of the promotional event, said that Nepal's tourism is rich in natural beauty, cultural diversity, yoga, meditation and spirituality. He urged the guests to visit Nepal as tourism and other businesses have returned to normalcy.

The attendee invited to the programme were given information about the major tourist attractions of Nepal, the services provided by Nepal to the tourists during the Covid-19 pandemic, the recently added tourism infrastructure, facilities and the new travel facilitation measures adopted by Nepal.

Nepali representatives also urged the invited guests, pilots, travel and tour business communities to consider Nepal as one of their favourite destinations. 

Most of the guests and speakers of the programme had travelled to Nepal earlier. They shared their unforgettable travel experience in Nepal. The event was graced by the presence of Seth Sycroff, Chief Executive Officer of the Sir Edmund Hillary Medal Project, British-American mountaineers, Everest climbers, and the first woman to reach the highest and deepest point on Earth.

The event was organized on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the establishment of Nepal-US diplomatic relations. 




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