The Embassy of Nepal in London, Nepal Tourism Board, and Nepal Ireland Society are jointly organizing ‘Nepal Ireland Day’ on 8th September 2019, to promote “Visit Nepal 2020” campaign and to celebrate the friendship between the two countries. The event will take place at Farmleigh, Phoenix Park in Dublin.
The event will comprise of a cultural program with performances from both Nepalese and Irish artists. The event will also include an electronic photo exhibition of photographs taken by Irish tourists, Nepalese Handicraft Stalls, Travel Agencies and Airlines Stalls and various other activities and performances.
Nepal Ireland Day is the biggest event in Ireland that commemorates the ever-growing friendship and links between Nepal and Ireland. The event will be a showcase of Nepalese Culture, Nepal’s Heritage, Nepal’s potential as a trading hub and portraying Nepal as one of the top holiday destinations in the world.
In connection with Nepal Ireland Day 2019, President of Nepal Ireland Society Mr. Deepesh Man Shakya expressed his hope that this annual event will continue to help flourish the relations between Nepal and Ireland at both country and people to people level. Mr. Shakya reiterated his goal of bringing 5000 Irish tourists to Nepal in 2020. The entire team at Nepal Ireland Society are gearing up to promote the campaign on the day where the organizers are expecting to get more than 15,000 visitors.
Nepal Ireland Society has been organizing Nepal Ireland Day since 2013 with support from Office of Public Works (OPW), Ireland. This year’s Nepal Ireland Day is supported by South Dublin County Council and ICD Business School.