Happy Holidays From Nepal !

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Chhewang N. Lama

It has been a hopeful Year 2022 after 2 years of pandemic . As we find ourselves just about at the end of 2022, Nepal tourism sector  have unexpectedly picked up well.  Nepal also had a peaceful election in Mid November this year . It’s an achievement of democratic practices for the last 75 years.

As we look ahead to the New Year 2023  and beyond, we want to take a moment to say a Big Thank You to all our valued guests , our old friends who trusted us , our new friends , our stake holders , Travel Partner and Our entire Responsible Treks Family. Thank you all for the  great support.

As we look towards 2023, global traveller sentiment appears to be overwhelmingly positive. In fact, 73% of global travelers are feeling more optimistic about travelling in 2023 compared to 2022.

Even against a backdrop of global instability, 72% of travelers say that travelling will always be worth it. And 43% plan to spend more lavishly to make up for missed travel opportunities.

Likewise, we are working hard towards our “Post Covid travel”, where we are investing more time encouraging our tourism colleagues, locals travel partners  and our value staffs in key markets. This campaign had some great positive feedback and was a great welcome and fruitful sign of our dedication to help rebuild our industry once again.

Last but not the least; we , at Responsible Treks , would like to wish everyone a great holiday season.  Wishing everyone a good health and great success!

Meanwhile Nepal and The Great Himalayas awaits. See you all in year 2023

Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year 2023

Ps: Enjoy Responsibly

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