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International Media supporting Nepalese Tourism Industry

Nepal is trying to revive from the destruction that made by the devastating earthquake of April 25 and May 12, 2015. Many foreigners are concerned about their travel to Nepal these days. Nepalese travel companies and many individuals receive similar questions everyday such as 'Is Nepal safe?', 'How is the situation now?', 'Is Nepal safe for tourists after the earthquake?' 'How safe is Nepal to visit?' etc.
Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) itself is organizing meetings with International Tourism Authorities on the issue. The NTB Officials are saying that they are receiving positive responses from all around the world. They are insisting international travel companies to start taking bookings for the upcoming season.
In addition to this, many international online media are covering 'Nepal' for its revival.
'The Straits Times' of Singapore published an article on June 15 with a title "Nepal reopens damaged monuments at heritage sites to kickstart tourism after quakes". Similarly, another Singapore based online 'TTG Asia' has also published an article on June 30 with a heading "Travel packages to help rebuild Nepal".
'BBC News' also reported its June 15 issue with a heading "Nepal earthquake: Damaged historic sites reopened". While 'The Guardian' published an article on July 4 with a heading "Nepal signals peak season recovery".
India based 'Hindustan Times' published an article with a title "Quake-hit Nepal wants HP help to revive its tourism" on its July 2 issue. Another Indian media called 'The Economic Times' reports on its July 4 issue with a heading "Nepal strives to get tourism back on track". Likewise, the Indian broadsheet newspaper 'The Statesman' has published an article on its online issue of July 4 with the heading "Nepal strives to get tourism back on track".
'The Australian', broadsheet newspaper of Australia has also published on its online issue of July 9 with a title "How your holiday can help others in Nepal and Vanuatu".
Besides, The British Mountaineering Council (BMC) has published a response on its July 3 issue on a major concern shown by travellers about Insurance coverage on their Nepal travel. It answers the article heading "Autumn trekking in Nepal: will BMC Travel Insurance cover me?" - "We can confirm that we can provide cover for travel to Nepal, including the popular trekking destinations and climbing areas, provided a common sense approach is taken and the advice of local authorities is followed".
The article references above are outlined here to build up confidence if someone is thinking of visiting Nepal soon. We believe that the reporters have prepared the notes with their authentic research of the earthquake affected country Nepal. So, we would like to say together Nepal is safe to visit.

Published on 09 Jul, 2015