As per the lonely planet the largest travel guide book in the world, Nepal puts forward the best price for the Himalaya trekking.
Lonely Planet that has listed Spain, Bolivia, Slovenia, Rio de Janeiro, Portland, Nepal, Namibia, Gothenburg, Cambodia, the former Soviet republic of Georgia as the 10 top value destinations for 2013, states, “With visitor numbers steadily rising, Nepal remains a tremendous option for budget travelers.”
The best price remains true even for the organized treks hiring the porters guides and the other required opts for the trekking.
Porter carrying expedition requirements during the Trek in the Annapurna Region.
“The best value list is for those who want to make the most out of their dollar when travelling,” according to Lonely Planet’s US digital editor Andy Murdock.
“While the choices are not the cheapest destinations on the planet in every case, they’re great options for travelers who want to visit somewhere new and interesting without draining their bank account,” he added.
Also, the popular travel guide names the Himalayan territory in Nepal third – behind the island of Corsica and the Negev in Israel and Palestine as one of the top regions to visit in 2013.
We had a wonderful journey through the Himalayas.Our trip was to fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa and then journey overland in a 4×4 back to Kathmandu. The truth is that the organization was perfect at all times.