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Coronavirus tourism support schemes extended

Financial aid for Isle of Man tourism businesses affected by coronavirus restrictions will be extended until March 2021, the government has said. The schemes, which provide grants and loans to firms that rely on tourists and travel, were due to end this week. A salary support scheme, which finished for other sectors on 20 September, has also been prolonged until March. Enterprise minister Lawrence Skelly said the funding was a "clear signal" of commitment to the industry. He added that the ...बाँकी

Ministry of Tourism celebrates virtual World Tourism Day

New Delhi: Ministry of Tourism celebrated virtual World Tourism Day today. This year United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) has designated 2020 as the Year of Tourism and Rural Development. This Year is an opportunity to promote the potential of tourism to create jobs and opportunities. It can also advance inclusion and highlight the unique role tourism can play in preserving and promoting natural and cultural heritage and curbing urban migration. On this occasion, Hon’ble Minister ...बाँकी

“We share the same earth, every creatures matter let’s control human birth”

Sonam Sherpa - global warming campaigner Father and Son "We share the same earth, every creatures matter let's control human birth" We 7.8 billion people are living in the Earth. After the start of the Industrial Revolution, during the 18th century, the rate of population growth began to increase. By the end of the century, the world's population was estimated at just under 1 billion. At the turn of the 20th century, the world's population was roughly 1.6 billion. According to data the ...बाँकी

Nepal Tourism Board scales back budget by 75 percent as revenue streams disappear

No tourist, no money. Nepal's tourism industry has been gasping for air for the last five months after the virus obliterated the global travel trade, forcing the Nepal Tourism Board to slash its annual financial plan by 75 percent as its revenue streams disappear. The promotional body's board is expected to pass a drastically scaled back budget of around Rs400 million for this fiscal year on Monday, a far cry from last year's Rs1.63 billion package. Of the total amount, Rs170 million has been ...बाँकी

The impact of COVID-19 on tourism around the globe

The impact of COVID-19 on tourism around the ...बाँकी

Mount Everest will reopen to trekkers this fall as Nepal resumes tourism

Climbing the 29,035ft-high Mount Everest is a life ambition for many people, which is why its closure in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic will have come as such a disappointment to lots of adventurers. So the news that the world’s highest peak will reopen this fall will be welcomed by mountain trekkers who have it in their sights. Nepalis planning to begin issuing permits for Mount Everest and other Himalayan mountains for the autumn climbing season, which runs from September to November. ...बाँकी

Unheard Voice of Nepalese Tourism, the tourism industry seeks urgent action

Pandemic hit hard Nepalese tourism and tourism entrepreneurs have been hugely disappointed by the government's lack of a proper recovery plan and programmes for the sector. Santosh Tamang was eagerly awaiting for March, a peak tourist season in Nepal, advance booking of many clients for trekking in springtime was an auspicious signal to kick off trekking and mountaineering business for Visit Nepal 2020. Santosh is the founder and CEO of his trekking agency named Himalaya Chyangpa Nepal Treks ...बाँकी

ASIAN ministers moot “travel bubbles” to kickstart tourism

South-east Asian countries are considering creating “travel bubbles” with their neighbours to safely resume travel ahead of a vaccine. At the latest meeting of the Mekong Tourism Advisory Group, members discussed the use of “travel bubbles” as a way to kickstart regional tourism. Hla Myint, director (promotions department) at Myanmar’s Ministry of Hotels and Tourism, said at a recent meeting of ASEAN ministers, a series of strategies to revive tourism were discussed. These include ...बाँकी

Journey cancels 2020 tour amid coronavirus pandemic

Journey is the latest act to cancel their 2020 tour, saying “safety must come first” amid the coronavirus pandemic. The rock band was supposed to kick off their new tour on May 15 but announced Monday that they would no longer hit the road. Band members said they decided to cancel the tour, instead of postponing it, so that concertgoers would qualify for immediate refunds. “There is no greater thrill for us than playing for our incredibly devoted audience, but their safety must come ...बाँकी

COVID-19’s Impact On Tourism: Which Countries Are The Most Vulnerable? [Infographic]

While some countries are now finally emerging from lengthy lockdowns, others are still firmly hunkered down in a bid to halt the spread of COVID-19. The uncertainty brought about by the pandemic is having enormous repercussions for the global tourism industry in particular and there are serious question marks about whether prime destinations across Europe and North America will receive enough visitors to keep their local industries afloat. As it stands, borders are still closed and airliners ...बाँकी

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