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India, Nepal Discuss Tourism Cooperation
Babu Ram Sigdyal, Second Secretary, Embassy of Nepal pitched on the need for tapping Nepal’s potential in adventure tourism
In a move boosting Nepal tourism, a high-level Nepali official urged Indian investors to tap the investment potential of the Nepali tourism sector.
Highlighting the growth prospects of Nepal tourism, Bharat Kumar Regmi, Charge d’Affaires, Embassy of Nepal called on the Indian business community and entrepreneurs to take advantage of the country’s investor-friendly industrial and investment policies.
Meanwhile, Babu Ram Sigdyal, Second Secretary, Embassy of Nepal pitched on the need for taking business advantage of Nepal’s potential in adventure tourism.
Sigdyal also highlighted the need for tourism cooperation between the two countries through development of special packages that woo tourists of both the nations.
Highlighting governmental policies, the experts mentioned Nepal Government’s openness to work in collaboration with private players and cited Nepal’s steps towards sustainable development.
Adding to the discussion, the Secretary of Kerala Tourism Department Rani George pitched on the need for setting up of a cultural exchange program between Nepal and Kerala.