Nepal is back in business! The land of Himalayas and abode of Gautam Buddha, Nepal, proudly presents to the world its treasure of rich cultural heritages and traditional values, architectural masterpieces, unique lifestyle of indigenous communities, scenic amusements and other natural extravaganza including the biodiversity, flora and fauna besides the diverse landscape, colorful festivals and excellent hospitality of the ever cheerful and resilient Nepalese. Nepal’s readiness to welcome guests to its land has been recognized by international travel publishers such as Rough Guide and governments around the globe as well as adventurers, travel enthusiasts and well-wishers of Nepal.
Forget about the news that spread after the devastating earthquake last year and other negative rumors. You have more positive things about this marvelous Himalayan nation. For your assurance about Nepal’s preparedness to host as the premium tourist destination once again below are some of the reliable international sources that recommended highly, the visit to Nepal
On December 2015, National Geographic Traveller Magazine included Nepal on the 6th position among the 16 ‘Cool’ countries to visit in 2016 (http://www.natgeotraveller.co.uk/smart-travel/features/the-2016-cool-list/). Isn’t that some good news? “Tourist numbers to Nepal plummeted by 85 percent after the devastating earthquakes, but the country is once more open for business and safe to visit” says the UK based traveler magazine.
On January 2016, Rough Guides, one of the leading travel publishers in the world placed Nepal on top of the list of nations to visit in 2016 (http://www.roughguides.com/best-places/2016/top-10-countries/). With varied landscapes—from the Himalayas to jungles inhabited by tigers, elephants and rhinos—Nepal should be your first choice for travel in 2016,” Rough Guides said. It further requests to spend thoughtfully and ensure that the money spent ends up in local pockets.
Trip Advisor has listed Kathmandu, the vibrant capital city of Nepal, on 23rd rank out of top 25 destinations under ‘2016 Travelers’ Choice Awards’ (https://www.tripadvisor.com/TravelersChoice-Destinations). About Kathmandu, the only South Asian destination to feature on this list, Trip Advisor further writes “Nepal’s capital is surrounded by a valley full of historic sites, ancient temples, shrines, and fascinating villages. Mingle with locals and animals amid Durbar Square’s monuments, or join mountain trekkers in the bustling Thamel district. Explore shops for exquisite work by local artisans-carpets and paper prints are specialties.”
Forbes Media featured Mount Everest Skydiving in Nepal among the 11 places to skydive in 2016 (http://www.forbes.com/sites/breannawilson/2015/12/29/new-year-new-you-11-places-to-skydive-in-2016/).
Huffington Post published a blog titled ‘5 Reasons Why Traveling to Nepal Will Change Your Life’ mentioning the reasons due to which travelers from around the world shall feel that their life has changed after visiting Nepal. (http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/allison-eberle/traveling-to-nepal_b_8921904.html ). This has further promoted Nepal as a tourist destination in the international arena.
So, why wait? Book a trip to Nepal and enjoy the diverse activities Nepal has to offer before you miss your desired season for visit to Nepal. Spring is already underway and flowers shall begin blooming to their full potential very soon. Pack your bags, pick up the camera and come to the wonderland of Nepal. See you soon in Nepal!