My Chitwan Experience!

My Chitwan Experience!

Chitwan national park is located in south central Nepal and was declared a national park in 1973, later becoming a world heritage site. Meaning ‘heart of the jungle’ Citwan national park is well known for its biodiversity and vast jungle and grasslands which are home to many mammals, birds and insects. I travelled to Chitwan to find out just how special this national park really is.

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PATA honours industry shapers at PATA Annual Summit 2016

PATA honours industry shapers at PATA Annual Summit 2016

BANGKOK, May 26, 2016 — The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has presented a series of awards in recognition of contributions made to the responsible development of travel and tourism in the Asia Pacific region. The following awards were presented during the PATA Annual Summit 2016 on the Pacific island of Guam: PATA Life Member, PATA Award of Merit, PATA Chairman’s Award, PATA Face of the Future Award and PATA Special Award. PATA Life Membership…

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5 Most Dangerous Mountains For Climbers

5 Most Dangerous Mountains For Climbers

 For mountain climbers, these towering landforms bring excitement and challenge at the same time. Someountains, however, are so challenging they could put even the most experienced climbers to submission, especially f they are not careful enough. Here are some of the most dangerous mountains to climbers. Annapurna (pictured) – The tenth highest mountain, located in north-central Nepal along the Himalayas, has 30 peaks. The highest of which, the Annapurna I, stands at 8,091 meters (26,545…

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Tourism brings unknown Buddhist valley to light

Tourism brings unknown Buddhist valley to light

A valley never known before was hidden in the Himalayas for centuries as a Buddhist territory and was impermissible for outsiders. Situated 4000 meters above the sea level, this territory all of a sudden developed with asphalt roads, solar panels, concrete buildings and other marks of modernization. This is drawing a large number of foreign visitors now compared to last year, as confirmed by the co-founder of eco-tourism. 70% of these visitors are from India…

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Outbound travel in Asia looks positive for 2017

Outbound travel in Asia looks positive for 2017

November 30, According to recent tourist data, Asians traveled more than ever this year mostly in regions within Asia, including beach holidays and international trips also shot up to double-digit growth. This sure holds a lot of expectation for 2017. Outbound travel by Asians grew by 11% during the first eight months of 2016, as per World Travel Monitor records. A 14% rise in trips to Asian destinations and 11% rise in travel to the…

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