1. Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation Government of Nepal
Ministry of Tourism first came into existence in 2035 BS (1978 AD). In 2039 (1982 AD), Civil Aviation was also merged into the Ministry of Tourism and it became the Ministry of Tourism & Civil Aviation.
More on: www.tourism.gov.np
2. Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS)
With the distinction of Nepal as a trekking destinatwwwion and its growing charm, a provision of the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) has been implemented to ensure safety and security of the trekkers and to control illegal trekking operations.
More on: www.timsnepal.com
3. Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal (TAAN)
Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal (TAAN) was formed and registered with the Kathmandu CDO Office in 1979 by a handful of trekking agents who realized that it was time to assemble and create an umbrella organization.
More on: www.taan.org.np
Government of Nepal has reduced mountaineering royalty fee in a bid to make it more competitive amongst the neighboring countries, promote mountains lying in remote and less privileged areas, and create environment to transform the seasonal mountaineering business operational round the year and materialize the concept of ‘Nepal for all Seasons’. The government has decided to Implement Incremental.
More on: www.yentra.com
5. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA)
Nepal Mountaineering Association is a non-governmental, non-profit and non-political organization working as a National Alpine Association of Nepal to promote mountain tourism, climbing sports, protect mountain environments and preserve and promote cultural heritage of mountain people.
More on: www.nepalmountaineering.org
6. Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP)
Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) is a registered non-profit, non-governmental organisation. Our mission is to ensure the future ecological and cultural prosperity of Nepal and its people by maximising the benefits and reducing the negative impacts associated with tourism.
More on: www.keepnepal.org