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We all knew that Nepal was struck by devastating earthquake on April 25th 2015. And many of you might be wondering whether it is safe to visit Nepal or not? When would be the best time? Was whole country affected?
Well, here are the answers to above questions and 6 reasons why to visit Nepal on your next vacation.
Everyone knew that Nepal was hit by an earthquake and due to media hype it seemed like whole country collapsed into rubble which is absolutely false. Only old heritage sites around Kathmandu, weak structures and villages at epicenter were affected. Now after three months, aftershocks are negligible, whereas it is 100% safe to land on Kathmandu, visit popular destinations like Pokhara, Chitwan tours and trekking regions like Everest, Annapurna, Mustang, Dolpo and many other places.
Nepal still holds immense natural beauty and is ready to welcome tourists from all over the world. From Highest Himalayas to lowlands of terai, from delightful tours to rafting, bungee, zip flying, paragliding and other adventures; from trekking around Everest region to Annapurna and other regions; Nepal is safe to visit and still strong and beautiful.
Popular trekking adventures like Everest Base Camp Trek, Everest View Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Ghorepani Poon hill Trek and many others are open and declared safe to embark upon. Many local guides and porters are dependent on trekking activities and hoping that everything will get back into normal very soon.
All basic services like electricity, communication, highways, suspension bridges, airports and flights have not been affected by an earthquake. And all of these services are running effectively and very safely. Hotels and tea houses are safe around all trekking regions except at Langtang . There also rebuilding works are being carried out by locals with the help of government.
Don’t miss the exclusive opportunity to visit Nepal this season with lots of discounts on offer. Most of the tourism sector businesses like hotels and trekking agencies are offering huge discounts to attract more and more visitors. During peak seasons (autumn and spring), popular trekking trails like Everest and Annapurna would be jam packed, while this season you can breathe more easily, and visit the place in more relaxed manner.
Nepal needs you the most now. And this is the time for volunteering and supporting the local communities by visiting Nepal. Your travel to Nepal will be not only for yourself but also for a noble cause. Even if you buy a water bottle, it would be a means to survival for local communities.
Visit Nepal in your next vacation. Nepal needs you now.