Nepal is known globally for its amazing adventure tourism, which has fans from all over the world.
While it’s equally exciting for every tourist, Europeans hold high relevance for adventure sports like trekking, mountaineering and cycling, among others, which Nepal is famous for.
In such a move attracting European adventure enthusiasts, the Nepal Tourism Board and Trekking Agents Association of Nepal jointly hosted organized Alpinmesse in Innsbruck, Austria during Oct 20-21, 2018.
This edition marks Nepal’s first-ever participation in the fair that is intended to promote the country’s potential in adventure activities such as adventure water sports.
The fair is of high significance for Austrians owing to their inclination to outdoor activities and Europeans’ basic inclination to adventures.
As part of the fair, Nepal presented its unique wildlife experiences, exciting adventure activities, eye-catchy landscapes and untapped natural scenic beauty.
Besides fair, a press conference was also held where the Nepali officials made a special presentation titled ‘Destination Nepal’.
As part of the press conference, the organizers also gave a special briefing about the Visit Nepal Year 2020 campaign, Nepal’s potential as one of the world’s most-sought tourism destination and other Nepali products.
Non-Resident Nepalis (RN) Austria supported the show that also witnessed the participation of Counsellor/Deputy-Permanent Representative Permanent Mission of Nepal to UN in Austria Amber Bahadur Karki and the first Everest climber from Austria Prof. Wolfgang Nairz.
Media was briefed about Nepal’s potential in tourism infrastructure and promotion of related products.
The fair offered traditional Nepali cuisine to visitors besides also showcasing Nepalese cultural dances.