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40 years of excellence, over 63 international and national awards; a network all over the Indian sub-continent - all this makes Creative Travel among the finest DMCs in the region covering all of India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Tibet and Maldives and is today India's largest independent and family owned destination management company.

We have been recognised by the World Travel Awards as India's Leading Luxury Travel Agency, Asia's and India's Leading Destination Management Company. Our specialist incentives team is also the region's most awarded with 7 prestigious SITE Crystal Awards' in their portfolio.

This region is a special place for travellers and our vast experience in handling clients from all over the world allows us to create the most memorable programmes for you. Our excellent relationships across the subcontinent with hotels and others who make up this labyrinth of a destination allows us to get priority when others are just others



June 2015

It?s been a month now since the devastating earthquake of April 25 that shook Nepal to its core. With over 8000 dead and many more injured, this is the worst natural disaster to hit this idyllic country in the last few generations.

Bordering towns in India were also damaged and lives lost, but nothing to compare with what happened in Nepal.

Nepal is a country close to our hearts. Our two countries are deeply intertwined by customs, language and history. We truly share in the pain they are going through.

April 25 shook Nepal like it had never been shaken before. The fatal earthquake of the day and the numerous strong aftershocks has truly changed the way people will live there forever. Many lives have been lost, many more injured, and countless made homeless. Add to that the loss of their cultural and historical heritage that had seen centuries go by. This is a county that has been changed forever in a span of minutes.

At this stage travel to Nepal other than for humanitarian reasons has come to a trickle. This is something that we need to work on reversing as soon as we possibly can.

The Nepalese economy is greatly dependent on tourism to survive. It is a huge employer across the country. It generates much needed foreign exchange for this landlocked nation. This earthquake has created a tremendous paradigm shift for the country but perhaps also opportunities for major up gradation to infrastructure and the quality of lives for future generations.

This is the assessment from our own office in Nepal and various other neutral sources.

The people of Nepal are born with a will to overcome adversity. The Kathmandu Valley is already alive, kicking and striving to thrive again. Although tours may not operate right away, we do expect to get back to operations by August.

All the international and domestic airports, highways and subways are in operation with zero damage.

90% of Kathmandu is functioning and most of the hotels have got their security & safety certificates and are up and running. Most of the hotels and resorts located in the Kathmandu valley are already in normal operation leaving few like Club Himalaya (scheduled to open on 15th

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Nepal Earthquake

Nepal Earthquake

Nepal Earthquake


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