Homestay- A touch to the Local!

Traveling is a wonderful experience and a good stay makes it worth remembering. Connecting to the local people and to their culture is the desire for most of the travelers.  People are more fascinated to see the differences than the similarities and are always looking for ways to witness it from near-at-hand. People travel for many reasons. Traveling gives exposure to varied cultures, helps...

Hospitality Digital Marketing in Nepal

Nepalese people nowadays are using more digital channels than traditional channels for researching their traveling destinations and for booking a hotel and getting tickets for airways. There has been use of google to search as well as people tend to search the facebook and instagram pages to gather the needed information in less time and with less effort.  This gives rise to a new way of...

Are Nepali people hospitable?

With pleasing natural beauty, multiple religious groups living in harmony and peace, multidimensional historical background, Nepal is a touristic country as it opens to foreign world. It is widely considered as the most beautiful country. It is the go-to destination for high altitude trekking, cultural heritage, natural tourism and such on. So, with all these reasons guests visit this country in...

Hospitality Industry in Nepal

Nepal is the land of welcoming people. The smile with generosity, the affection shared with guests and caring with pure heart is unmatched with anyone from other places. ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’, guests are treated as God, is a line practiced since very long and is intact in the mind of people.   It is enriched with natural beauty that ranges from ever tranquil places to rugged high...

What is hospitality and how is it different from Service?

Service and hospitality are terms coined and sometimes interchangeably used in the same domain. It is quite common that we often use the service for hospitality. There are marketing books and studies in which hospitality is commonly said as ‘superior service’ even in the Marketing Management book by Philip Kotler. So can we say superior service as hospitable or hospitality? Coming to this...