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Nepal in Google’s top 10 travel destinations of 2015

In spite of being home to Mt. Everest, the tallest mountain on earth and the birthplace of the Buddha, Nepal remained a virgin paradise for tourists until the 1950s.Having had enough share of anonymity to the world, last week the Asian destination discreetly amazed the world by ranking 9th in Google’s “Top 10 Travel Videos of 2015”.

Google Maps’ dynamic tour of the Khumbu region made Nepal rank 9th on the list of “Top Ten travel videos of 2015” with a breathtaking satellite virtual tour named “Trek the mountains of Khumbu, Nepal in Google Maps“. The Google Map Ad Engine features a virtual tour of the stunning mountain landscape of the Khumbu region of Nepal, and zooms in into the region’s local lifestyle. The video grossed a total of 5.2 million hits while writing this article. The rank was decided through the total of hits received by each video.

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Nepal in Lonely Planet’s best travel destinations


Nepal has been included in the top list of the best places to travel this October by the world’s leading travel guide Lonely Planet.

“Everyone has seen the news reports from the April 25 earthquake in Nepal , but most reports neglected to mention that most of Nepal was untouched by the disaster, including the most popular trekking areas,” the travel guide said. “With the clearing of the monsoon rains, October is once again peak season for trekking, and the Annapurna region is a great, nay epic, place to start.”

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5 reasons why Nepal is winning the war against wildlife crime

Government officials from more than ten Asian countries and international wildlife experts gathered in Nepal this week with one mission in mind: to tackle the poaching crisis across the Asian continent. The five-day anti-poaching symposium, said to be the first of its kind, played out in the country’s capital, Kathmandu. The location was fitting: with its enviable credentials when it comes to combating the poaching of threatened species like tigers and rhinos, Nepal is uniquely positioned to serve as an example to its neighbours.

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Nepal‚ China join hands in Himalayan Airlines

KATHMANDU: Nepali and Chinese investors have joined hands to invest in Himalayan Airlines, an international airline. The airline is scheduled to make its maiden flight on October 28 by flying from Kathmandu to either Lhasa or Chengdu.

Two Nepali companies — Himalayan Infrastructure Fund (HIF) Aviation Investment and Yeti World Investment — and Tibet Airlines, a Chinese air service operator, on Tuesday, signed a joint venture agreement for investment in Himalayan Airlines, which was formerly known as Yeti Air International.

The joint venture agreement was signed and exchanged between Cheng Yiru, chairman of Tibet Airlines Company Ltd, Prithvi Bahadur Pande, chairman of HIF Aviation Investment Company Ltd, and Bijay Shrestha of Yeti World Investment Pvt Ltd. Addressing the joint venture agreement signing ceremony, Pande said that the airline will have initial investment of Rs 2.43 billion ($25 million).

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Nepal, India to review airspace pact

KATHMANDU, AUG 02 – Nepal and India have agreed to review the airspace agreement to ensure more entry routes for airlines coming into Nepal.

The “singe-entry” Simara route, which is used by almost all airlines, has been facing air traffic congestions.

Although the details are not available, the move is “probably” aimed at opening additional bi-directional (entry and exit points) cross-border airspaces that are expected to benefit domestic and well as international airlines.

Particularly, Nepali airlines aspiring to serve Indian cities will be benefited once an agreement on the matter is signed as they will be able to enter from different routes to Nepal, government officials said. Currently, Nepal has three incoming air routes—Simara, Kakarbhitta from Paro in Bhutan and the Nonim air route from China. Kakarbhitta and Nomin are designated for aircraft coming from Bhutan and China, respectively, while all other airlines enter Nepal via Simara. Nepal has more than five exit points connecting India.

Nepal has been pushing the agenda of expanding new cross-border airspaces for the last five years. However, the plan has not been moving ahead due to poor aviation diplomacy.

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Nepal, Bhutan revise air service agreement

Nepal and Bhutan on Saturday revised the bilateral air services agreement (ASA), increasing the flights between the two countries by three folds, with an immediate effect.

According to the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, the two countries agreed to increase the passenger flight frequency to 21 per week, with any type of aircraft whether owned or leased. The two countries had signed the ASA in February 2004, which had allowed seven weekly flights.

Nepal’s Tourism Ministry Secretary Sushil Ghimire and Bhutan’s Secretary of the Ministry of Information and Communications Kinley Dorji signed a memorandum of understanding on behalf of their respective governments in Thimphu, Bhutan.

The revised ASA has accepted the multiple designation system, under which there won’t be any restriction on any carrier of the two countries to fly to each other’s destinations.

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