Wondering when to travel to #Nepal? Consider this: On July 2, the U.S. Government relaxed its travel advisory that had been put in place after the April 25 earthquake. As with any trip, don’t forget to check the U.S. State Department’s latest travel advisory updates: http://goo.gl/53vxoX.
Two of Nepal’s biggest trekking trails, Annapurna and Everest, have been inspected and signaled good-to-go by the Miyamoto International engineering group. Repair is underway in Nepal’s iconic world heritage sites, like Bouddhanath. And many tourist destinations in the country were not affected by the quake to begin with!
There is a reason more than half a million tourists — pilgrims, adventurers, artists, families — from all over the world come to Nepal annually. Last year’s tourism inflow created 450,000 jobs in Nepal. And tourists constantly rate Kathmandu as one of the world’s best cities to travel to. Come discover your Nepal experience, #VisitNepal.
#NepalAwaitsYou #StillSpectacular #StillSmiling
Photo: Kashish Das Shrestha