Nepal - Getting the balance right

By Peter Mac Nulty, Friday, 28th February 2014 | 0 comments

IMG 0115 Thumbnail0 Nepal is certainly one of the most beautiful countries I have had the pleasure of visiting, either in a personal or professional capacity. The country is at the early stage of the Tourism Life Cycle with most international visitor activity concentrated in Kathmandu, Pokhera and a number of other centres. The growth in International tourism, particularly in the Asia region, will inevitably bring its own challenges .

These images are a reminder of the fragile nature of Nepal’s unique environment and cultural heritage. In our work as tourism consultants, we are acutely aware that we have a duty of care to ensure that strategies and plans prepared for developing countries such as Nepal are based on sustainable and responsible development principles.

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