Nepal government has set a target to bring in two million tourists each year by 2020, the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) has planned to organize ‘Visit Nepal Year’ in 2020 to attract more tourists to the country.
The landlocked country of Nepal has been aptly called a haven for nature enthusiasts. Nepal’s tourism sector is expanding day to day and this brings us to the top places to visit in Nepal
The famous Travel Guidebook Lonely Planet published top 10 best countries to travel in 2017 and Nepal list on fifth position in 10 best countries to Travel in 2017. Make your trekking and tours in Nepal
Nepal has been placed at the number one spot in the list of 10 countries to visit in 2016 by UK-based Rough Guides, one of the leading travel publishers in the world. “With varied landscapes -- from the Himalayas to jungles inhabited by tigers, elephants and rhinos -- Nepal should be your first choice ...
Trekking in Nepal Himalayas provides wonderful experience for lifetime memoirs. Today, the trek to Everest Base Camp and Kala Pattar has become an achievable goal for people from all walks of life who want a glimpse of the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest.
According to the Lonely Planet, the largest travel guide book and digital media publisher in the world called Mustang is the third among all the trekking destinations around the world, and one of the most beautiful, important and valuable trekking destination for the trekkers to be in 2013
Lonely Planet has placed Nepal’s Khumbu region among the 10 best regions to travel in World. Khumbu is also known as the Everest region. The guide book has placed Nepal in the sixth spot after Gallipoli in Turkey, Rocky Mountain in US, Toledo in Belize, Tasmania in Australia and Arctic in Norway
Nepal may have had been hit by a devastating earthquake but that’s not what Nepal is all about. If you ask is it safe to visit Nepal then yes it is safe to visit Nepal. Why is it safe to visit Nepal after the Earthquake? Let me give you 10 reasons why Nepal is safe to visit after the earthquake.