Tourism in Nepal: Local’s Voice

Tourism in Nepal: Local’s Voice

Thamel is the thriving tourist centre of Kathmandu, hosting wonderful shops, great bars and many charming cafes. We know it is the top spot for travelers but the Tourism Times wanted to find out what went on behind the scenes, so we spoke to people working in the shops and cafes to explore the magic behind Thamel and find out more about their experiences.

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Travelers Say : Why Nepal ?

Travelers Say : Why Nepal ?

Nepal is a country made up of many different landscapes including forests and mountains. It is a secular country, with various religions being practiced within it, the two main being Hinduism and Buddhism. It is a republic country with the monarchy being ended during the Nepalese Civil war in 2008 ending the reign of the last Hindu monarchy in the world. It’s capital, Kathmandu, is a thriving and vibrant city, hosting many travelers due to it being the gateway to the Nepalese Himalayas. The Tourism Times wanted to find out more about what draws travelers to Kathmandu and the highlights that stand out for tourists visiting the area. I spoke to several people and asked them about their experience in Nepal and Kathmandu to find out about the interesting things they had been up to.

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Nepal’s Top 5 Spiritual Sites

Nepal’s Top 5 Spiritual Sites

Nepal is an astonishing country with a diverse landscape. Surrounded by the great Himalayas and dotted with gently-flowing rivers and serene lakes, Nepal truly mesmerizes its visitors. It is not only a great adventure destination but also a place with much spiritual significance. The birthplace of Lord Buddha, Nepal is filled with numerous gompas and ancient Hindu temples. Many Buddhist and Hindu devotees come to Nepal on pilgrimage tours to seek blessings and pray for salvation. Mentioned below are the most famous sacred places of Nepal where you can head to for meditation and spirituality.

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The Most Incredible Adventure, The EBC Trek – An English Couples Nepal Experiene

The Most Incredible Adventure, The EBC Trek – An English Couples Nepal Experiene

we’re Kate and Steve from Cornwall in the UK. We’ve been married twenty-eight years, have two grown up children and are currently travelling the world – Nepal is destination number one.

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Lonely Planet’s best value destinations for 2017, Nepal holds first position

Lonely Planet’s best value destinations for 2017, Nepal holds first position

Nepal is bouncing back from earthquakes and a fuel strike that made getting round the country tough. It remains a fabulous choice for budget-conscious travellers, who can access the best of its world-famous trekking routes and underrated wildlife for well south of US$50 a day. Visitor numbers are slowly recovering and the time is ripe to get back to Nepal’s mighty mountains; wherever you go, you’ll receive a warm welcome, as your visit brings much-needed income to communities getting back on their feet.

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