Monks are worshiping in monasteries, local shops are busy selling their daily goods, people are eagerly waiting to take the buses to work, streets are colorful with school uniformed kids rushing to school, small children are lost in their game, tourist are busy exploring the streets of Kathmandu and venturing into the beautiful Himalayas. This is how it is in Nepal right now.
Time passes by fast. It has already been ten months since a major earthquake hit Nepal. We have left behind us what happen on 25th April 2015, though we have not forgotten. But we try with no fear and happy faces to move forward. One of the largest industries and income source for Nepal, tourism and travellers, is badly affected by the earthquake as the number of tourists declined significantly immediately after the earthquake. We send good thoughts to and thank everyone who has helped us getting back to our feet, and those who have visited us during the autumn.
The compelling Himalayas, the spellbinding mountains, are open again for you to explore and we are more than happy to take our travellers around; to take you to the mountains where our ancestor’s spent their life. It gives us a great inner peace and deep satisfaction to see the happy faces of our travellers after being deep in the mountains. And when they say: “We would love to come back again”.
All these words and smiles from our travellers give us new hopes for tourism and Nepal will rise again with the help of all of you. The mountains are eagerly waiting to welcome all curious travelers, the country is ready and we are ready.
Once again Nepal is safe to travel, and ready to be explored.
Ready to explore nepal? We got plenty of ways to go beyond the ordinary in Nepal.