Nepal Trailblazer Trekking at CMT Tourism Fair, Stuttgart, Germany

posted by SuRya MaGar on January 29, 2016

CMT - The Holiday Exhibition is a 9 day event was held from January 16 - January 24, 2016 at the Messe Stuttgart, Germany; one of the biggest Consumer Tourism Fair in Europe. In this grand event, thousands of travelers also visited Nepal Stall, who were very much excited to visit Nepal for their upcoming holiday trip.

There were numbers of tour operators from Nepal, who were participating this event to promote tourism of Nepal. As previous years, Nepal Trailblazer Trekking Pvt. Ltd also actively participated the event this year; represented by Mr. Tilak Thapa Magar, Founder/Managing Director of the company.  According to him, there were huge numbers of potential travelers who want to visit Nepal as soon as possible and very much excited to visit Nepal to rebuild Nepal after the devastating earthquake. They all are well known about the massive impact of earthquake in the tourism and have their keen interest to help Nepal from their heart by visiting Nepal soon, he added.

Reinhold Messener, Extreme Mountain Climber and the first man who climbed Mt. Mount Everest without using oxygen, promoted Nepal tourism during the CMT Tourism Fair.

“Trekking is the most important thing in Nepal and it really helps to Nepal to revive again after the catastrophe" said Mr. Messener. So, he widely encouraged the travelers to go Nepal for their short and long holiday trip, which would be worth selecting destination as well. Nepal is absolutely safe to travel, he further claimed.

From the biggest tourism fair of Europe, Mr. Thapa Magar got positive vibes in the tourism of Nepal for the coming days. He is fully satisfied and hopeful towards the Nepal tourism which has degraded due to the earthquake and southern border disruption. He satisfied many visitors that Nepal is absolutely safe to travel and beautiful as before. Moreover, He urged the visitors to visit Nepal to see the different aspects of Nepali people and obviously post-quake tourism. 

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