Nepal: Bounces Back Better

Nepal: Bounces Back Better

Posted Sep 7th, 2015 under Tourism News,

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April 25th 2015, the country shook nearly for a minute with M.7.9 tremor and instantly the global attention focused Nepal. Death tolls were rising every minute after the devastation and so did the value of infrastructures and human houses collapsed. World began to Pray for Nepal and enormous help to relieve the quake victims and rescue the trapped ones landed the only International Airport in Kathmandu.  Travelers all around the world almost imagined the hub of alpine adventure has gone down so bad that it would take years to bounce back. Surprisingly, no such thing happened and Nepal took no time in being normal. From the darkness, Nepalese united and determined traveled as fast as possible with all helping hands and shocked the world overcoming the adversity of such degree, which has become an exemplary act.

The prime question is- has Nepal once again become the safe holiday destination after all this disaster, the country has suffered? We would say a big “YES”.

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Nepal and Nepalese are trying to heal their scars and are on their way back to normalcy. Just four months after the devastating quake, the streets of Kathmandu experienced traditional celebrations just like previous years. Natives have accepted their fates and eventually are back into their traditional lifestyle. The movement is gearing up and travelers around globe are slowly being seen in the streets of Nepal and country’s tourist hub. The trekking trails are now experiencing trekkers willing to see Nepal after the quake.gai jatra

Nepal and Nepalese are trying to heal their scars and are on their way back to normalcy. Just four months after the devastating quake, the streets of Kathmandu experienced traditional celebrations just like previous years.

Towering ice-topped mountains sparkle with the colorful prayer flags, while the fanatical streets of Kathmandu are a ceaseless delirium of honking motorbikes, additionally the historical and religiously important 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites scattered in different corners of Kathmandu, though some of them were badly hit by the quake: Nepal is still a vibrant slice of Asia.bhaktapur

Even after the quake, if there is a trekkers’ paradise, then beyond doubt, Nepal is the first pick despite popular regions like Manaslu and Langtang suffered huge loss during the quake. Trials to the base of Himalayas assessed safe trekking trails in Nepal offer top-notch trekking terrain – from amazing Annapurna to eminent Everest – sprinkled with rural mountain hamlets, and hundreds of rolling trails that have been trodden upon for centuries. The trekking trails hit by landslides triggered after the Quake 2015 has been reopened or are on the process.

The trekking trails hit by landslides triggered after the Quake 2015 has been reopened or are on the process.

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Nepal is truly an interesting and convivial destination for all.

However, divinely and naturally, blessed Nepal is indeed not only for mountaineers who set off to clamber the higher elevation; from the lime-green grasslands of Chitwan National Park rustling with the dark grey flash of One-horned rhino, to the eclectic cafés and unconventional vibe of Lake-side Pokhara, Nepal is truly an interesting and convivial destination for all.

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