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Lonely Planet crowns Nepal as world’s ‘best value destination’ for 2017

Nepal has been named on top ‘Best Value Destination’ and 5th on the top 10 countries in the world to visit in 2017, according to Lonely Planet’s annual Best in Travel list released on Tuesday.

Nepal is the only destination in South Asia that has been featured in Lonely Planet's Top Ten Destinations Guidebook.

The world’s leading travel guide Lonely Planet says, "Even natural disasters can’t keep Nepal down for long. The 2015 earthquakes caused devastation, but what is most striking from a traveller’s perspective is not how much was lost but how much remains.”

“Landmark temples crumbled, but others came through with just the odd tile out of place, and whole swathes of the country escaped serious damage, including most of the popular trekking trails.”

It added, “Nepal has all the skills required to repair monuments and infrastructure, but what it does need is income. By visiting Nepal now and supporting local culture and people, you could help a nation rebuild and bounce back even stronger."   Source: Kathmandu Post; Oct 25, 2016
 

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Nepal is one of the Best cto Visit in 2017

The 2015 earthquakes caused devastation, but what is most striking from a traveller’s perspective is not how much was lost but how much remains. Landmark temples crumbled, but others came through with just the odd tile out of place, and whole swathes of the country escaped serious damage, including most of the popular trekking trails. Nepal has all the skills required to repair monuments and infrastructure, but what it does need is income. By visiting Nepal now and supporting local culture and people, you could help a nation rebuild and bounce back even stronger.

Source: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/best-in-travel/countries

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Trek Nar Phu and escape Nepal’s apple pie trail

If you love trekking but can’t live without wi-fi or banana pancakes, stop reading now. Snaking off from Nepal’s legendary Annapurna Circuit, the wild, rarely-visited, valleys of Nar and Phu are slowly opening up to independent trekkers, offering a window onto one of Nepal's most untouched, Tibetan-influenced quarters.

Once the exclusive domain of expensive, porter-hauled mountaineering expeditions, Nar Phu is becoming increasingly accessible to ordinary 'carry your own pack' trekkers. It’s now possible, with a guide and the right permits, to string together simple village lodgings into an inexpensive seven day teahouse-style trek, visiting a string of stone-walled villages dotted across the Annapurna range.  Source : https://www.lonelyplanet.com/nepal/nar-phu

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Monday Motivation: Climbing Everest - a labor of love for a Nepalese father and daughter

Our Monday Motivation series on GuinnessWorldRecords.com profiles the inspiring stories of commitment, courage and dedication behind some of our most extraordinary titles. This week we're placing the spotlight on a father and daughter from Nepal, who braved one of the most dangerous summits for a world record. 

“Growing up, I was closer to nature and the mountains. Me and my friends on the way to school used to look at the white sparkling mountains and brag about how pretty they looked. At that point, each mountain you could see was the great peak to me. I didn’t know any other mountains. We called it ‘Sagarmatha’ then, the Nepalese word for Everest.”

Mountain peaks and snow-covered landscapes were a norm for a young Chhamji Sherpa, who at the time lived in the frigid Himalayan provinces of Nepal. 

While some grew up in neighborhoods, Chhamji’s world was high above sea level - in the distant, wintery regions of Solukhumbu; a small village that she and her mother called home. Chhamji’s father worked as a mountain guide the city of Kathmandu, returning to their hometown only once a year in order to make a living for her family.   Source : http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com

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