Campaigns for Nepal

Nepal Campaigns

Ever since the earthquake, several initiatives – online and offline – sprung up to bring back travellers to Nepal – some done by groups and some individually. We might not be able to make it exhaustive and include all of the initiatives, but here are some that have come to our attention. If you know of some, do notify us and we will encompass them here.

 
Sunrise Video & Photo Campaign

Sunrise Video & Photo Campaign


Posted on: April 24, 2016


  Post photos of your Best Sunrise in Nepal on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with Hashtags ‪#‎NepalNOW‬ & ‪#‎Sunrise‬. ************ Win Ultra flights for 2! ************ 1. Competition starts from 12 noon, April 25, and ends May 27, 12 midnight. 2. Winners will be chosen and announced by NTB by June 2, 2016. 3. Winning photo will be presented with a gift hamper for 2! 4. All nationals are welcome to participate in the campaign. Terms & Conditions: 1. Participants must have sole ownership and copyright of the photographs posted. 2. Participants must be a minimum of 18 years old. 3. Participants must not be associated or affiliated with NepalNow and NTB. 4. By submitting an entry to the contest, you grant NepalNOW and NTB: a. The right to use your name and country of residence for the sole purpose of identifying you as the author of your entry. b. The right to modify entries, including but not limited to resizing, cropping or color adjustment as well as editing the submitted caption, as per necessity. c. The right to use your entry for any promotional activities for an unlimited Tourist Service Center period of time with due credit to the photographer.   Sunrise Contest Photo Photo 1 ⓓ ⓘ ⓦ ⓐ ⓢ ⓗ @diwashpoudel (instagram) Photo 2 Fatin Syazana @travellerstale87 (Instagram) Photo 3 Ryan Campbell @ryancampbell5 (Instagram) Photo 4 Anastasia Valentine @anastasiavvalentine (instagram) Photo 5 Chandra Pathak @chandraptk (Instagram) Photo 6 sundar thapa @travel_nepal2016 (Instagram) Photo 7 arkady illuminati @dark_archangel…

 

#Holi Campaign; #NepalNOW

#Holi Campaign; #NepalNOW


Posted on: March 18, 2016


Terms & Conditions: Participants must have sole ownership and copyright of the photographs posted. Photographs entered for the contest must be of Holi 2016. Participants must be 18 years or older. Participants must not be associated or affiliated with NepalNow and NTB. By submitting an entry to the contest, you grant NepalNOW and NTB: The right to use your name and country of residence for the sole purpose of identifying you as the author of your entry. The right to modify entries, including but not limited to resizing, cropping or color adjustment as well as editing the submitted caption, as per necessity. The right to use your entry for any promotional activities for an unlimited period of time with due credit to the photographer

 

Jump For Nepal – #jumpfornepal

Jump For Nepal – #jumpfornepal


Posted on: October 15, 2015


Jump for Nepal is a novel photo campaign that aims to encourage tourists to post their jump pictures taken in Nepal and share it with the world. This campaign serves two purposes. Firstly, it sends out a larger message that tourists are still visiting Nepal and the photo itself will be a proof of their presence. Secondly, the jump symbolizes positivity and excitement against the negativity surrounding Nepal due to the earthquakes and the turbulent political situation. We hope that through this campaign, tourists would be able to share their experience in Nepal to others through just one photo and it would also serve as a marketing platform for new tourism destinations. There are no hard and fast rules for submitting the jump photos and one can be as creative with it as he/she wants to be. However, the standard JumpforNepal jumping pose is a split jump with one hand pointing towards the ground (symbolizing ‘I was here’) and the other hand free in the air.Of course, a smile on the face is necessary to show that you are happy to be in Nepal or you enjoyed your stay here. Hashtag in USE – #jumpfornepal Facebook Link – https://www.facebook.com/jumpfornepal/

 

Hike for Nepal

Hike for Nepal


Posted on: September 18, 2015


Hike for Nepal is a campaign that shows Nepal is still a beautiful place to travel to by organizing weekly hiking events in and around the Kathmandu Valley.

 

Nepal Rising

Nepal Rising


Posted on: September 3, 2015


It is “a movement for relief, healing, rebuilding, and resiliency.” The project works with community organisations to provide help in rebuilding and reconstruction and also psyco-social support for those affected by the quake. The hashtag #NepalRising is being utilised to spread awareness of their efforts and the needs of those in Nepal. Tourism and visitors are as much a part of the healing process.     Link Facebook