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Tourism in nepal

  1. 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. 2. YoungestYoungest FederalFederal DemocraticDemocratic RepublicRepublic www.welcomenepal.com
  3. 3. Mt. Everest, 8848 m www.welcomenepal.com
  4. 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. 5. Nepal Tourism Board/ NTO PublicPublic PrivatePrivate CommunityCommunity www.welcomenepal.com
  6. 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. 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. 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. 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. 10. www.welcomenepal.com Nature
  11. 11. www.welcomenepal.com Culture
  12. 12. Adventure www.welcomenepal.com
  13. 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. 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. 15. www.welcomenepal.com Lord Buddha
  16. 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. 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. 18. www.welcomenepal.com BRAND NEPAL SEGMENTS Weekend Breaks, Amazing Adventures, Experience of a Lifetime
  19. 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. 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. 21. ClimbingClimbing
  22. 22. Trekking and HikingTrekking and Hiking www.welcomenepal.com
  23. 23. Trekking and HikingTrekking and Hiking www.welcomenepal.com
  24. 24. Trekking and HikingTrekking and Hiking www.welcomenepal.com
  25. 25. JungleJungle SafariSafari www.welcomenepal.com
  26. 26. JungleJungle SafariSafari www.welcomenepal.com
  27. 27. JungleJungle SafariSafari www.welcomenepal.com
  28. 28. As many Festivals as days in a year! www.welcomenepal.com
  29. 29. 92 Ethnic groups 101 spoken languages www.welcomenepal.com
  30. 30. Rafting & Kayaking www.welcomenepal.com
  31. 31. Other Adventures www.welcomenepal.com
  32. 32. www.welcomenepal.com Main Products in 2009
  33. 33. www.welcomenepal.com Where we want to be by 2012?
  34. 34. New Initiatives: • Responsible TourismResponsible Tourism • Eco TourismEco Tourism • Community based TourismCommunity based Tourism www.welcomenepal.com
  35. 35. www.welcomenepal.com Swyambhunath
  36. 36. www.welcomenepal.com Pokhara
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  44. 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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