first_imgIncreasing numbers of Brits are expected to travel on flights to Nepal next year thanks to the country’s Tourism Year.This is according to the nation’s tourism board, whose Nepal Tourism Year is expected to attract one million international visitors to the south Asian country, a figure that would represent a significant increase from the 400,000 recorded in 2009.Nepal Tourism Board spokesman Laxman Gautam said that Nepal is traditionally known among tourists for the Himalayas and its mountain trekking.”It is equally known to the world that Nepal is the birth place of Lord Buddha and is a treasure house of vibrant cultures and festivals,” he commented.Mr Gautam went on to say that the country is expecting “an unprecedented rise” in the number tourist arrivals from the UK over the course of 2011.According to the country’s tourist board, 24.3 percent more travellers visited Nepal in August compared to the same month last year.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedMozambique more accessible for touristsMore Brits are expected to book flights to Mozambique now that the country’s tourism market has opened up.More Brits travelling on flights to TunisiaMore Brits travelling on flights to TunisiaDemand for flights to Brazil expected to increase in run-up to 2016 OlympicsMore people are expected to book flights to Brazil after the country won the 2016 Olympic bidlast_img read more