Skål, with its headquarter in Torremolinos, Spain is the International organization of Global Tourism Professionals from promoting global tourism and networking. It is the only International association uniting all branches of the travel and tourism industry, with over 15000 members globally, functioning through 400 clubs at local levels, governed and administered to ‘Do Business Among Friends’.
Skal Nepal has 66 independent members from diverse tourism background, including National Tourism Organization (Nepal Tourism Board), Hotel, Travel / Trekking companies, Airlines and Adventure companies. Apart from regular members interactions, Skal Nepal is actively involved in social activities, heritage conservation and environmental sustainability.
Nepal is proudly featured as ‘Destination of the year 2020’ in Skal International, reaching to the wider tourism counterparts scattered across the globe. In its official website, Nepal is marked as most sought-after destination and highlights the best travel experience we offer to our global visitors.
To promote the spirit of tourism festivity, Skal Nepal and Nepal Tourism Board jointly organized a Car Rally from 06 to 08 Dec 2019. The Rally covered three most loved destination Kathmandu–Chitwan -Pokhara also known as Golden Triangles domestic tourism. En-route, Skal Nepal members also met the local tourism entrepreneurs for inclusive interaction and experienced sharing.
Skal Nepal distributed jackets to the children in Chitwan and also donated five good quality dual steel dustbins in one of the most popular temple (Taal Barahi Temple) in Pokhara.
The main sponsors of the Rally were: MAW Enterprises, Etihad Airways and Nepal Tourism Board.
Road travel in Nepal is the most cherished journey as it directly touches the lives of our residents and directly impacts the socio-economic of our citizens. It’s the best way to experience country’s social diversity, to touch the hills terrains up and lowlands, while moving through endless stretches of greenery and flowing rivers.
There were 30 Skal Members participating in the car rally, travelling in their own vehicle to celebrate Tourism.