“Sustainable Tourism through Preservation of Natural and Cultural Heritages”

On the occasion of Visit Nepal Year 2020 Inaugural Ceremony

1st January, 2020, Kathmandu, Nepal

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Ministerial Conclave is a high-level gathering of tourism ministers in Nepal around the world to coincide with the inaugural ceremony of Visit Nepal 2020 on 1st January 2020 based on the theme of Sustainable Tourism through Preservation of Natural and Cultural Heritages.

Nepal is an Independent, Indivisible, Sovereign, Secular, Inclusive, Democratic, socialism-oriented, Federal Democratic Republican state, situated in South Asia region and shares border with India in East, West and South and with China in North.

The Ministerial Conclave will be hosted in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal

Visit Nepal 2020 is Nepal’s commitment to improving its competitiveness through investment, innovation, infrastructure development, regulatory reform, new product offerings, environment and wildlife conservation, and greater efficiencies and excellence in service standards with the objective of developing the tourism industry as a key economic development strategy of the country.

Tourism reaches into the varied aspects of Nepalese life and its benefits are encompassed by diverse sectors directly and indirectly. It generates employment opportunities and helps in the promotion and conservation of the art and culture. Government of Nepal has been actively promoting tourism in Nepal and has always encouraged the private sector for their involvement and participation. The Ministry of Culture, Tourism & Civil Aviation (MOCTCA) gives equal importance to conservation of natural, cultural and human resources.

Contact persons

  • Laxman Gautam
  • 9851099137
  • laxmangautam99@gmail.com
  • Sitaram Dahal
  • 9851217806
  • sdahal@ntb.org.np
  • Srijana Nepali
  • 9840056105
  • snepali@ntb.org.np
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