International Conference on Resilience comes to an end

International conference on Resilient Hindu Kush Himalaya: Developing Solutions towards a Sustainable Future for Asia calls for collective and inclusive action in the Hindu Kush Himalaya

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International Conference on Resilient HKH begins in Kathmandu

To address the growing challenges of mountains and mountain communities, MOPE and ICIMOD are co-hosting the international conference on “Resilient Hindu Kush Himalaya: Developing Solutions towards a Sustainable Future for Asia”

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ETC and UNWTO discuss transnational themes and routes in Galicia

The European Travel Commission (ETC) and the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) held an international seminar in Santiago de Compostela to exchange best practices on how to develop and effectively manage transnational tourism themes and routes.

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HTM will promote Nepal as the gateway to the Himalayas

HTM is a tourism promotional event which provides an effective platform for a niche destination like Nepal which can neither spend large amount of money for tourism promotion to create world attention, nor intervene in the international market on its own. So, HTM is an event which can yield higher outcomes with little investment.

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Himalayan Travel Mart from June 1

The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) is hosting the Himalayan Travel Mart in Kathmandu on June 1-4, 2017. The event is being organized by Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), while Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) and Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) headquarters are the organizing partners of the four-day event. PATA Nepal Chapter is the executive organizer.

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UNWTO welcomes the celebration of the International Day for Biological Diversity on ‘Biodiversity and Sustainable Tourism’

The Convention on Biological Diversity of the United Nations has chosen ‘Biodiversity and Sustainable Tourism’ as the theme for the International Day for Biological Diversity. The celebration takes places annually on 22 May. The decision aims at supporting the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development which is being commemorated worldwide throughout 2017.

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