Non Resident Nepali invest in Nepal tourism


Members of the Non Resident Nepali (NRN) Association released plans earlier this week to invest in Nepal tourism in a bid to restore the country’s prosperity.

At a NRN Day program, several members expressed their interest in redeveloping the country’s appeal to tourists, hoping increased tourism would play a role in the country’s development.

Citizens of countries outside the eight South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) with Nepali heritage said Nepal had tourism potential but failed to grow this potential into actual visitor numbers due to a lack of campaigns.

“We have been working for the development of the tourism sector in Nepal,” NRN Conservation Council Member Bhim Udas said.

Mr Udas said the NRN is keen to assist the country despite living abroad and has commenced a campaign to promote tourism for 2011.

NRN Kaski LDO Guru Prasad Subedi said the group wants to assist the country’s tourism sector by dispersing information about “Nepal and enhancing its image in the international arena”. Minister of Foreign Affairs Sujata Koirala said she has worked for months to develop relations between the Nepalis and NRN’s and has urged the group to invest in hydropower and other sectors outside of tourism.

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