About Training in Ecotourism & Agro Economics
Posted 11 July 2006 - 12:00 PM
Posted 06 November 2007 - 06:44 AM
Hello Dipesh Ji,
Not sure about SAARC country but know little bit of Malaysia. I m currently in Malaysia, basically its not a country where we should live ( very racist, hindu muslim) somehow gaining knowledge is okey.. here in Malaysian Borneo some tour operator do provide training If you are interested and have relevant experience you can apply..
Visit : http://www.borneoeco...com/careers.cfm
and apply @ firstname.lastname@example.org
This one of the pioneer ecotourism mgmt tour operator in Malaysian Borneo, Good Luck
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Posted 06 November 2007 - 07:43 PM
I am impressed with your area of interest i.e. “Ecotourism”. You’re 100% right, it is great to engage in something which benefits to its associates.
I do not know whether you are interested to involve in such activities in Nepal or elsewhere? Nepal is great country with the prospects of ecotourism. It has got enormous potentiality of ecotourism if explored.
If your choice of involvement is within Nepal, than I would rather recommend you to contact Nepal Tourism Board (NTB). NTB may be able to help you in this regards.
Posted 09 November 2007 - 03:10 AM
Still I have not led a headstart, Now we have prospects and will power, and on the studying phase. Quite impressed by ecotourism projects existing in Nepal. Not only foreign but domestic tourists are also being attracted! SMEs (small and medium enterprises) in tourism in Babndipur, Palpa, Nuakot, Ilam, etc. are the best examples.
Surely, NTB will be very positive on this!
Once more, thanks for the useful advices
with warm regards,
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