Nepal participated in the 19th edition of India's leading travel and tourism event, SATTE, that concluded today at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India.
SATTE has been instrumental in promoting tourism in the region and Nepal's participation this year in the event has been able to give the positive message to potential tour operators from India and beyond.
Nepal stall with an area of 36 square meters designed in the backdrop of Pashupatinath and Kumari has been appreciated by the visitors. Tour operators visiting Nepal stall were keen on knowing Nepal's connectivity from different Indian metros and satellite cities.
"Promotional materials published by Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) were distributed in the exhibition. Most of the tour operators enquired on new tourism products besides already established ones in the Indian market.
They especially were interested in promoting soft adventure for Indian tourists." said NTB in a press statement.
The event that started from February 10, has grown, both in terms of exhibitors and visitors including buyers, and is important networking forum for the travel & tourism industry in South Asia. nepalnews.com