Manaslu Circuit Trekking Is Now Absolutely Possible After The Deadly Earthquake In 2015
Nepal is diverse in cultural and religious practices.
Variety of ethnic groups living in Nepal makes it a country full of
festivals throughout the year. Apart from the culture the popular
trekking regions like Annapurna Base Camp, Everest Base Camp, Amla
Dablam peak, Lobuch peak, Island peak, Mera Peak have made holiday in
Nepal a sheer adventure.
We all know that
Manaslu & Langtang are one of the major tourist draw cards of Nepal.
Every year these destinations entice a big number of trekking
enthusiasts to come Nepal. But, we also know the fact that the recent
devastating earthquake has prompted a huge destruction in both of these
destinations. Furthermore, the landslides following the earthquake have
worsened the situation, by blocking the trail.
Nonetheless, the recent news published in Republica, with a headline that reads ‘Blocked Manaslu Circuit trekking
trails reopens’ has brought back the lost hope in the tourism industry
of Nepal. The landslide wreckage & ruins from Arughat to Philim of
the Sirdibas Village Development Committee have been extracted, which
means nearly half of the trail is now back in operation. ‘It took one
month for the Nepal Army & the Armed Police force to clear the
obstruction. This indeed is really a good news for both the tourism
industry & the people living in this region; because, if the work
persists at the same pace the route will be prepared for the upcoming
hiking season of this year. Once the trail is ready the other service
providers en route like teahouses, restaurants, hotels, motels and
lodges will be ready in no time. And with your arrival both the industry
and the local people will quickly bounce back to normal serving
Now, if you are interested to do
Manaslu treks, Nepal welcomes you with open heart. If you have already
booked your trip look forward towards its completion; however, if you
haven’t booked one, you better do, because the mountains, hills, trees,
rivers and the people are ready to welcome you and are awaiting your
arrival. Luxury trek in Nepal
has always been popular and it is not going to fade away just because
of the 2015 earthquake. In 2017 things have been recovered quite
significantly and now Nepal is back again with all its popular trekking
destinations, teahouses, lodges, etc.
what are you waiting for? Get ready your trekking shoes and sharpen
your mountain climbing skills again because the trekking paradise Nepal
is alive again.
|(Published: Fri, 14 Jul 2017 04:33:23 -0400)|
Nepal Is Still A Safe Country To Visit Even After The Devastating Earthquake Of 2015
The devastating earthquake on 25th April of 2015 has
injured some of the prominent tourist sites & cultural legacies in
Nepal, but they’re still alive & trying to get back to the everyday
life. Even though there’re some landslips but roadways & air
transports are still undamaged all through the nation. Restaurants and
hotels have back in operation quickly. The Tribhuvan International
Airport is now operating quite smoothly. Though the earthquake sourced
disaster & injured the historical structures, the Nepalese are still
welcoming travelers as there’re several other sites left in great
condition that can be explored. So, a tour in Nepal is still possible,
even after the devastating earthquake.
Association of Tour Operators (NATO) also has called upon the concerned
govt authorities to step up measures for assuring sightseeing activities
are able reopen quickly. Today many tour operators are even encouraging
people to visit Nepal and for that they are offering good discounts on
their tour package.
Tour operators in Nepal are
now encouraging people to come for trekking adventure. Avalanches aren’t
new in mountains but it affects not much when hiking just up to the
Base Camps. Nepal govt hasn’t stopped offering permits. Therefore you
should not have any issue to come and experience the adventure avail
here. However, Langtang trekking mightn’t be feasible for certain period
since the village has been completely destroyed. Nevertheless, the
Annapurna region has remained undamaged, so Annapurna base camp Trek
shouldn’t be a worry at all. You can trek everywhere you want in the
Annapurna region. Though the Everest region was affected a bit, but you
still can go for Everest base camp Trek with confident guides and porters out there.
devastating earthquake has sourced huge damage in Kathmandu & seven
other provinces of Nepal. However, even you minus the area of these
provinces from the entire region of Nepal, the remaining provinces
provide adequate options for travelers to discover the natural and
cultural draws of Nepal. The trekkers’ Paradise- the Annapurna Region,
the lake city – Pokhara, Chitwan National Park, the Upper and the Lower
Dolpa, Lumbini, Bardiya, Illam, which equally fulfilling, in regards of
beauty & culture, are still secure to visit.
but not the least; Nepal is still a safe country to visit even after
the demolishing earthquake in 2015. Tourists are still coming here and
going back home with memories that won’t fade away soon. So, when you
are coming to this amazing country?
|(Published: Fri, 14 Jul 2017 04:27:09 -0400)|
A Holliday in Nepal promises adventure, spirituality and scenic natural beauty
Nepal may be a small country but it has a wonderful
location at the foothills of the Himalayas to make it a perfect
destination for tourists. The number of tourists visiting Nepal is
always on the rise and is touching the mark of 800,000. Nepal can
surprise you with the variety of places and activities that you can
indulge yourself with a tour in Nepal.
The most popular attraction of the tour in Nepal
is the unique trekking experience to the various Himalayan base camps.
While you trek along some of the popular treks including Annapurna Base
Camp Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek, Langtang Valley Trek and the Upper
Mustang Trek, you are treated to the best of Nepal. As you walk along
the beautiful treks, you get the opportunity to explore the diverse
culture and people that reside in small villages. The warm hospitality
of the people of Nepal will touch your hearts. That is also a
significant factor behind such a large number of tourists coming to
Trekking is undoubtedly one of best parts of enjoying a holiday in Nepal
but there is a lot more that awaits you in Nepal. If you are an
adventure lover, you will love to get going with numerous adventurous
activities like ultra light flight, water rafting, paragliding,
zip-flying and more. The beautiful climate and the lovely surrounding
offer you a unique holiday experience.
comes in its true colours in Nepal with an abundance of wildlife that
gives you a unique chance to enjoy a sight of some unique animals and
birds. There is a lot to explore for the nature lovers in the form of
Bardia National Park, Chitwan National Park and various other conserved
areas where you can watch the animals in their natural habitat. You can
watch musk deer, Royal Bengal Tiger, one horned rhino and many other
unique animals that are found in just this part of the world.
spirituality is in the air in Nepal with several temples, monasteries
and other places of worship. Lumbini, the birth place of Lord Buddha is
also in Nepal. You can experience the true sense of peace and serenity
in this divine country. The country has a remarkable reputation when it
comes to safety from any type of disturbing elements. A tour in Nepal
has the potential to become the most memorable holidays of your life.
|(Published: Wed, 14 Jun 2017 03:00:42 -0400)|
Trekking is one of the most popular attractions of Nepal
Nepal is one of the best destinations for the
tourists from around the world with more than 700,000 tourists coming to
Nepal every year. There are lots of places to visit and activities to
participate in Nepal but there is one major attraction that dominates.
Nepal is a favourite place for trekking with a variety of treks taking
you to the base camps of Himalayas. One of the best parts of the
trekking in Nepal is that anyone can go for it with some preparation and
proper guidance. Different treks come with varying difficulty levels
that gives the flexibility to the trekkers to choose one according to
There are numerous treks in Nepal but a few like Annapurna base camp Trek,,
Everest base camp Trek and Upper Mustang Trek are more popular among
the tourists. These treks have been well developed over the years with
excellent facilities for the trekkers on the way. You can find numerous
places to spend your night. The food is also available at a reasonable
price. Most importantly, the people of Nepal are always prepared to
guide you along the treks in case you lose the track.
The Annapurna base camp trek and the Everest base camp Trek
are the most popular treks in Nepal. The Everest base camp trek is
popular for offering the majestic view of the Himalayan peaks such as
Thamserku, Kusum Kanguru and Thyangmoche just after a couple of days
from starting to trek. A little further to the Namche Bazaar and you can
witness the most amazing view of the Everest. There are several other
peaks including Lobuche, Cholatse, Pumori, Ama Dablam etc that will
capture your attention. However, it is a difficult trek with numerous
ups and downs. Also, the higher elevation of 5380m can be difficult to
handle for some people. Annapurna base camp trek is an easy trek with a
comfortable maximum elevation of 4130m. It is also a great option for
people who have lesser time to spend in Nepal as you can complete this
trek in about a week.
Trek lies in the former desert kingdom of Mustang. It is a beautiful
and unique trek that goes along the river valleys and basins. It is a
relatively easier trek best suited for the inexperienced trekkers.
However, you will still require a proper guide to ensure safety. It
takes about two weeks to complete this trek. You can reach a maximum
elevation of 4230m while moving along this trek.
|(Published: Wed, 14 Jun 2017 02:46:38 -0400)|
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