Activities of NMTS

NMTS organizes wide range of activities; some of them are outlined here under:


  • NMTS organizes different workshops, meetings, and talk programs on tourism, culture and environment and range of other issues among the Tourism entrepreneurs and the concerned communities for the promotion of responsible tourism.
  • NMTS conducts research, explores the newer and newer avenues and tourism destinations potential for tourism destinations especially the Magar settlement, help develop the area for a model tourism destination through exploration and conservation and equally raising awareness among the communities. 
  • NMTS develops and promotes the tangible and intangible cultural heritages of Magar indigenous communities in Nepal through awareness raising campaigns to the concerned communities and publication of pamphlets, leaflets, videos etc.
  • NMTS provides suggestions to the government and other concerned authorities on the matters relating to cultural and home stay tourism and promotion of tourism in various parts of rural areas in Nepal.
  • NMTS publishes regular newsletter, member directory and other useful booklets relating to tourism.
  • NMTS extends necessary support to its members and other organization seeking technical support for developing model tourism destination and promotional activities for cultural, eco, and rural tourism and developing home-stay destinations, and so forth.

About Nepal Magar Tourism Society

Nepal Magar Tourism Society (NMTS)--the name itself is pretty self-explanatory that who we are and what we do. It was founded in the year 2010, with the aim to unite all the Magar tourism entrepreneurs from across the country and outside and promote tourism--together. It is a non-profit, non-governmental, and non-political organization formally registered with the District Administration Office, Kathmandu ...

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About Magar

Magar is one, of the 59 indigenous peoples of Nepal, recognized by the government as indigenous nationalities having own distinct language, culture, rituals and history. Their settlements stretch over the western and southern edges of Dhaulagiri Himalayan range and eastwards to the Gandaki River basin ...

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