Ultimate Descents Nepal, a sister concern of Borderlands participated in the WTM 2012 in London. We sincerely thank the organizers to let us be part of this international event. We feel proud to represent Nepal in the Global Travel Show and hope that our effort and participation will leave footprint in the tourism industry of Nepal.
WTM is the leading global event for the travel industry to meet, network, negotiate and conduct business. All sectors of the travel industry are represented including Tourist Boards, Airlines, Cruise, Hotels, Luxury, and Responsible Tourism to Travel Technology (source: WTM website). It was organized on 5th to 8th November 2012.
27th Sep 2011 Kathmandu; Borderlands Group Celebrated 32nd World Tourism Day by actively participating in a “Morning Rally” and “Evening Thamel Street Carnival” organized by Thamel Tourism Development Committee in associate with Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoTCA), Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), Lions Clubs and various tourism related organizations including Nepal Association of Rafting Agents (NARA).
The rally started from Thamel and went through different parts of the city with various cultural and musical fanfare converging at Basantapur(Old Durbar Square). Representatives of various tourism-related organizations and students carried national flags, banners with slogans (Tourism for together) for tourism promotion and hospitality, in the rally.
Nepal celebrated the World Tourism Day amid fanfare across the country under the theme ‘Tourism—Linking Cultures’ highlighting the role of tourism in bringing together cultures around the world and promoting global understanding through travel.
Ultimate Descents Nepal organized a private Seti-Karnali fishing trip in west Nepal. The Karnali River is also known for Masheer fishing in west Nepal. This remote region far removed from urban influence is known for frequent sighting of diverse wildlife.
This 14 days trip guided by Mr. Megh Ale, the Managing Director of Borderlands Group was highly successful in Masheer sighting and paves way for Nepal as commercial fishing destination.