Deepak R. Joshi, CEO of the Nepal Tourism Board, left the eTN Nepal Tourism Summit Roadshow within Prague on Monday to take flight to London. His departure has been kept as a secret, as the Nepal Embassy had arranged an important ending up in a true friend of Nepal Travel and leisure – Prince Harry.
The royal made an psychological visit to Nepal back in March 2016, when he traveled to Kathmandu, Bardia and the Pokhara area. It had been during this tour that he saw the consequence of the 2015 earthquake and went to with displaced families. He actually extended his trip to help restore a school destroyed by the tremble. On that trip, the Knight in shining armor also visited the Gurkha head office in Pokhara, the Kanti Children’ s Hospital, and officially opened up the Nepal Girl Summit functions to promote gender equality.
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Deepak R. Joshi made it in order to his meeting in London yesterday along with Prince Harry where the prince desired to know about Nepal’ s progress within tourism.
Mr. Joshi said he was amazed plus excited by Prince Harry’ s i9000 curiosity to know about Nepal’ s travel and leisure progress. Prince Harry told Mister. Joshi, “ I miss Nepal… [I would] love to go to again. ” The prince furthermore said, “ Let’ s force more for Nepal’ s travel and leisure. ”
The Travel and leisure Board CEO said he is extremely appreciative of Prince Harry’ s i9000 love and support towards Nepal, the Nepalese people, and Nepal’ s tourism. He added, that this prince came across as very open-hearted.
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