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Nepal in 5th of the Places to Travel in May by Cntraveler

Nepal has secured the 5th place on the Best Places to travel in May by Cntraveler. The US- based popular media group in May has placed Nepal among the Top 7 places. In Nepal, actual birthplace, its celebrated on the full moon day in May, priming the country for a month long celebration. The holy Boudhanath, one of the country's largest stupas, domed temples, or the main door of the Monkey Temple, Swayambhu, which is only open for his birthday. This experience with attempt at summiting Everest Since the June rains haven't hit the Himalayas yet and the skies remain mist-free and bright blue possible views from the mountain. An organized trip by a hour operator like Intrepid Travel to maximize your time and minimize logistical challenges.

Everest Sees Season's First Successful Ascent

The world's highest peak witnessed a successful ascent of this season 11 people including the Sherpa guides reaching its top. The route from the camp IV to the summit of the mountain was opened. A team headed by company's climber Pemba Chhring Sherpa fixed the route up to the top Everest. The first team to successfully scale the Everest of this season also included three British Gorkha. A Department of Tourism Shows those 374 individuals has taken the route permission to climb the world's highest peak this year.

Rope Fixing Team Plans to Scale Mt. Everest

The World climbers making final preparations to head towards the summit of the world's highest peak, the rope fixing team left for South Col to prepare a route to the top of Mt Everest. The top of the World by fixing ropes on May, according to a government official stationed at the base camp. The same team will fix a climbing route to Mt Lhotse (8516m) to facilitate over 100 climbers to make a final summit in three years as push on the world's fourth highest peak. Department of Tourism, at least 376 world climbers including 20 Nepalese representing five teams obtained climbing permits for Mt Everest issued permits to 100 climbers for Mt Lhotse and 30 for Mt Nuptse in the Spring season.

Nepal China Sales Mission 2017

Nepal china sales mission 2017 to NATTA all set to lead four major commercial cities of PR china: Chengdu, Guangzhou, Hangzhou and Beijing. The mission is being organized in conjunction with Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) starting form 7th June till 17th June. The sales mission team will have a series of Nepal promotion programs through B2B session, media interaction, Nepal presentation etc in all the four cities. Chengdu will be the first destination to promote followed by Guangzhou, Hangzhou and Beijing. Nepal delegation will also visit in China's international Travel Fair 'BITE'. Nepal Embassy in China is expected to join the mission.

Her Imperial Highness Princess Mako of Akishino of Japan to visit Bhutan

At the invitation of His Majesty The King, Her Imperial Highness Princess Mako of Akishino of Japan will visit Bhutan from June 1 to 7.

Princess Mako, 25, is the eldest grand-daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko.While in the country, Her Imperial Highness will grace the opening of the third Royal Bhutan Flower Exhibition at the National Memorial Choeten in Thimphu.

Exploring Tourism Prospects in the Kangchenjunga Landscape

Bhutan, India and Nepal are exploring ways to enhance cooperation in strengthening potentials and benefits of tourism. Tourism and environment experts met in Thimphu yesterday to develop strategies focusing on shared natural and cultural heritage for sustainable tourism in Kanchenjunga trans-boundary landscape.

The event is part of the Kangchenjunga Landscape Initiatives.

The Kangchenjunga Landscape, which is shared by three of International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development's (ICIMOD) member countries – Bhutan, India, and Nepal, encompasses a part of eastern Nepal, Sikkim and part of West Bengal in India, and the western and southwestern parts of Bhutan.

It has an area of about 25,086 sq. kilometre (km), of which 5,834 sq. km is in Bhutan; 14,127 sq. km in India, and 5,125 sq. km in Nepal.

Tourism is an important economic sector in the three South Asian countries that are included in the landscape. It contributes to the gross domestic product of all three countries: two percent in India, six percent in Bhutan and four percent in Nepal, while also supporting employment both directly, and indirectly. In Sikkim, the contribution of tourism to the State GDP is eight percent with annual growth rate of 16 percent. At least half a million tourists, a majority of whom are regional tourists from India, Nepal and Bhutan, visit the landscape annually.