Every year Nepal has benefited from Tourism Industry and why not??? It is such a beautiful place with warm and welcoming people. The most beautiful trekking routes lie here and out of fourteen highest mountains (above 8000m) in the world, Nepal proudly boasts of eight magnificent mountains and also several ethnic groups (more than hundred) who are always matter of pride. And despite the civil war for twelve long years in the past, the tourism sector strongly managed to cope with the situation and did not let the tourism sector effect for long by managing to rise back quickly. And if we peer into the country’s history, we have had a blockade in the past as well. But the catastrophic earthquakes in Nepal on April 25th and May 12th have created so much of misunderstanding in the international news headlines on whether or not Nepal is now a safe country for tourist to travel. The doubt is sensible as the destructive earthquakes have dejected all lives in Nepal.
Natural Disasters are always unfortunate and uninvited but what is fortunate is that we human beings have an immense tendency to get revived almost immediately and looking at the brighter side, Nepal has been now recognized across the globe more than before. Subsequently several trekking routes are now in operation and in many places, including the capital; the pace of tourism is growing back. To add further, the Government of Nepal, Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation also has now guaranteed that Nepal is now safe and all set to greet tourists with much zeal than ever. Nepali tourism capitalist and Nepal Tourism Board have been constantly trying their best to convey the message that Nepal is perfectly safe to visit. There have been so many promotions successfully commenced and organized. They have definitely shown some constructive impact and at present, there has been an addition of tourists in the country by few percent.
Here are some valuable opinions like why you should travel to Nepal. Lonely Planet published a write up in October 2015 where it has stated what people can look forward to see in post quake Nepal. The lonely planet information provides people an image of Nepal in the stir of earthquake which is nowhere less pleasing and appealing than it was prior to the earthquake. National Geographic Traveller has released its “Cool List for 2016” early December 2015 and it has included Nepal as one of the coolest destinations to travel in 2016. Ann Abel wrote about the 14 Coolest Places to Travel in 2016 in the Forbes magazine in December 2015 and Nepal has noticeably secured the position. Rough Guides listed Nepal at the top of Top 10 Countries to visit in 2016 highlighting that Nepal should be your foremost picking to travel in 2016. And of late, the Huffington Post Canada has given five so amazing reasons why you should travel to Nepal in 2016. These positive opinions will surely support Nepal to grow back. Although it may be so obvious for the people to find few skeptical reasons to not to travel to Nepal, you will still uncover many reasons to travel to Nepal and we all know: seeing is believing. So to believe that Nepal is completely a safe place, you have to make it a point to visit the country and when you visit the country, you not only discover the most striking and pristine places but also witness the rebound phase while you directly or indirectly become a part of the rebound. Each travel agency in Nepal makes sure that your tour and trekking are completely safe and nothing to worry about and you enjoy every minute of it.