Everest had been officially closed, but until this fall, Japans Nobokazu Kuriki will be the first person to attempt the summit with a six-person support team after Aprils earthquake. Ice doctors say Everest is safe and are busy setting up the safe and sound route. This shall be a message for Everest lovers that Everest is safe along with safer Nepal.
Furthermore, one of the anticipated Hollywood movies, Everest, which is based on true events at Everest, is fundraising for the recovery of Nepal earthquake. Understanding such valuable effort for Nepal, Travel Nepal – a newly established web-portal to promote Nepal – has come up with an idea to express gratitude to Everest movie and to the Mt. Everest, as well. Travel Nepal is organizing an event on Twitter following with #EverestTravelChat, where Everest relating questions will be asked. This event will take place on 18th September on Friday, the same date when ‘Everest’ movie will be released in the UK and the other parts of Europe. Hence, we would like to ask for your presence on Twitter on 18th September with Everest-related pictures, blogs, news, your past experience, and any possible articles about mighty Mt. Everest that you want to share with the world. Let’s unite for the speedy recovery of Nepalese tourism, for the love of Everest, for the Everest movie, and for Nepal. Nepal feels safe and blessed having such admirers like you all from all around the world.
How do I take part?
- Follow @travel_np, @nepaltourismb, and @Nepal8thwonder and the hashtag #EverestTravelChat on Twitter.
- Questions will be asked following Q1, Q2, Q3, etc. To answer Q1, begin your tweet with A1 and for Q2, tweet with A2 – and so on.
- Add #EverestTravelChat to all of your tweets during the Twitter chat, so everyone can see what youre saying.
- Share your stories, blogs, news, experience, tips, memorable moments, and photos with us!
- If you havent been to Everest before, then, this #EverestTravelChat might be an encouraging event – to make up your mind – for your next vacation to the Everest.