Trekking in Nepal after earthquake is safe and still possible with rewarding experiences. Earthquake on April 25th with continuing powerful aftershocks had really shook us hard but the natural beauty of Nepal is still untouched. National and International media had covered the news with images and videos that really shook us apart. The rubbles, collapsed buildings, temples, chaos and disastrous contents were all. Those contents were true but extended for much more publicity. As a result, it adversely affected the tourism sector of Nepal which has been major source of income for most of the Nepalese.
In the contrast, there were travelers like Remy Hoehener, who was there with his wife in Nepal during black day of 25th of April, and his pictures continues to inspire us and all adventure lovers for joining trekking in Nepal. Most of us were capturing the devastation, but he had different perception, in his blog (view it here) he says he loves Nepal and if you love Nepal too then Visit Nepal in our next holiday for trekking in Nepal. Best season for trekking in Nepal (autumn) is at the corner and it would be one of the ideal way to join in trekking adventures around foothills of Himalayas.
Image copyright Remy Hoehener, 2015