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  • 1. Tourism in NepalTourism in Nepal "Nepal for Many Reasons In all the Seasons " www.welcomenepal.com “European Asian integration in sustainable tourism management” Project co-financed by the European Commission
  • 2. YoungestYoungest FederalFederal DemocraticDemocratic RepublicRepublic www.welcomenepal.com
  • 3. Mt. Everest, 8848 m www.welcomenepal.com
  • 4. www.welcomenepal.com • Elevation: From 60m to the highest point in the earth, The Mt. Everest ( 8848m) in a mere distance of 200km • 8 of 14 highest peaks on the earth • Ultimate destination for mountaineering expeditions
  • 5. Nepal Tourism Board/ NTO PublicPublic PrivatePrivate CommunityCommunity www.welcomenepal.com
  • 6. Tourism as a tool for sustained economic growth for development and poverty alleviation Our Goals and Mission Vision: NTB will be the leading NTO championing the most innovative practices of destination development and marketing. Mission: To make Nepal the number one mountain tourism destination in the world www.welcomenepal.com
  • 7. • Create Destination Demand • Catalyst to bring Nepalese travel trade, Int’l travel trade and consumers together • Establish backward and forward linkages • Promote a Perfect Product-Market Matrix • Work towards achieving higher spends, longer stays and year round arrivals. www.welcomenepal.com Goals of Nepalese Tourism
  • 8. • Tourism contributes around 3% of GDP. • 526,705 tourists in 2007 • 374,661 in 2008 (by air only) – increase of 4.1% • Travel & tourism in Nepal in 2006 generated USD 162.8 million • Create approx 500,000 jobs • Contribution is expected to rise to 6% by 2010 • 22 international airlines www.welcomenepal.com Tourism in Nepalese Economy
  • 9. www.welcomenepal.com Tourists Arrival from Europe • 2005- 106,309 (total 375,398) • 2006- 107,891 (383,926) • 2007- 157,264 (526,705) • 2008- (374,661 by air only, 4.1% growth) The demand has ever been growing
  • 10. www.welcomenepal.com Nature
  • 11. www.welcomenepal.com Culture
  • 12. Adventure www.welcomenepal.com
  • 13. Nepal A living museum with intact Culture and Tradition set in Natural landscape to offer the Experience of a lifetime. www.welcomenepal.com
  • 14. www.welcomenepal.com • Birth place of Lord Buddha • Land of Living Goddess • Tilicho lake at the highest altitude of 4919 mts • Hotel Everest View at the highest altitude (3870m) • Kaligandaki the deepest gorge (6967 m) • The Gurkhas, the brave warriors • Dolpo: Settlement found at one of the highest altitude - (5000m) • World class rivers for rafting and kayaking
  • 15. www.welcomenepal.com Lord Buddha
  • 16. www.welcomenepal.com Adventure Mountaineering, Trekking, Rafting, Kayaking, Sports, Golf, Ultra light aircraft, Paragliding, Jungle Safari, Bungee Jumping, Canyoning, Mountain biking, Special interest tours
  • 17. OTHERS Spiritual, Pilgrimage, Sports, Spa & wellness, Health & meditation, MICE, Agro tourism, Sustainable Tourism, Community Tourism, Village Tourism, Eco- Tourism, Entertainment & Leisure Tourism www.welcomenepal.com
  • 18. www.welcomenepal.com BRAND NEPAL SEGMENTS Weekend Breaks, Amazing Adventures, Experience of a Lifetime
  • 19. • Mammals:4% of world • Birds: 8% 0f world • Flowering plants:2.4% of world • Butterflies:500+ species • Orchids: 319 species Wild Life and Jungle Safari- 18% of Total Area is Protected. www.welcomenepal.com
  • 20. Adventure Climbing HighClimbing High PeakPeak 8 peaks with 8,000+m high peak8 peaks with 8,000+m high peak Total of 1300 peaks and 319Total of 1300 peaks and 319 under 6,500 are permitted tounder 6,500 are permitted to climbclimb
  • 21. ClimbingClimbing
  • 22. Trekking and HikingTrekking and Hiking www.welcomenepal.com
  • 23. Trekking and HikingTrekking and Hiking www.welcomenepal.com
  • 24. Trekking and HikingTrekking and Hiking www.welcomenepal.com
  • 25. JungleJungle SafariSafari www.welcomenepal.com
  • 26. JungleJungle SafariSafari www.welcomenepal.com
  • 27. JungleJungle SafariSafari www.welcomenepal.com
  • 28. As many Festivals as days in a year! www.welcomenepal.com
  • 29. 92 Ethnic groups 101 spoken languages www.welcomenepal.com
  • 30. Rafting & Kayaking www.welcomenepal.com
  • 31. Other Adventures www.welcomenepal.com
  • 32. www.welcomenepal.com Main Products in 2009
  • 33. www.welcomenepal.com Where we want to be by 2012?
  • 34. New Initiatives: • Responsible TourismResponsible Tourism • Eco TourismEco Tourism • Community based TourismCommunity based Tourism www.welcomenepal.com
  • 35. www.welcomenepal.com Swyambhunath
  • 36. www.welcomenepal.com Pokhara
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  • 44. www.welcomenepal.com Thank you !Thank you ! www.welcomenepal.com “European Asian integration in sustainable tourism management” Project co-financed by the European Commission

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