Why Visiting Nepal After Earthquake Can Be Your Most Fulfilling Trip? 12 Reasons 23 comments


Nepal is hard-hit by major earthquake taking lives of over 8,000 people and affecting millions. Despite all that it could be perfect time to visit the country. Probably this trip could be the most fulfilling of your entire trips; here we present how.

 

1 Nepal Is As Beautiful As Before

Despite devastating earthquakes Nepal is as beautiful as before and the people are as welcoming as before.

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2 Grab The Offers, Value For Money

Nepal’s hotels, travel agents, restaurants and tour operators started offering some great deals. What an opportunity to enjoy all those services but paying less than usual.

Hotel 'Yak and Yeti' in Kathandu

Hotel ‘Yak and Yeti’ in Kathandu

 

3 You Will See Other Side Of Nepali People

You have seen how welcoming Nepalis can be but this time you will see other side of these friendly people. The resilient Nepalis

Image: straittimes.com

Image: straittimes.com

 

4 Nepal Is Back To Normal

Everything is functioning perfectly well in Nepal. Transportation, communication, flights, etc

Image: wetlandnepal.com

Image: wetlandnepal.com

 

5 Nepal Need You

If you love Nepal then just be there because Nepal needs you like never before.

Image: summitpost.org

Image: summitpost.org

 

6 Less Crowded, More Room For You

The problem with the beautiful country like Nepal, where you will find world’s most popular trekking routes is that there will be so many tourists. Lucky you, not this time, enjoy while it last.

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7 Volunteering Can Be Fun

Always wanted to give something back to society or do some volunteering abroad in a gap year? Trust me, there can be no better time than this one. You can go and teach at schools, help build the house, or just be involved in any organization which is doing volunteering work. Or just help your Nepali family in farming 🙂

Image: volunteersummernepal.org

Image: volunteersummernepal.org

 

8 You Will Be Rebuilding Country

You visiting country means directly helping rebuild the country. Your contribution means a lot to boost up the economy.

Image: rayelse.com

Image: rayelse.com

 

9 Its Obvious To Be Curious: ‘Disaster Tourism’

Yes there is something called ‘disaster tourism’ which is the act of travelling to a disaster areas as a matter of curiosity. Many tourists visited Greater New Orleans Area in US after ‘Hurricane Katarina’. Similar case was in Iceland after eruption of Eyjaflallajokull . So why not visit Nepal in the aftermath of earthquake.

Image: indianexpress

Image: indianexpress

 

10 Because Autumn Is Coming

Anytime is good time to visit Nepal, still Autumn is autumn. The most popular tourist season in Nepal.

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11 You Will Be Travelling For Good Cause

Everybody will travel for fun but when you can make difference while having all those fun that’s the most fulfilling trip.

Image volunteeringnature.org

Image volunteeringnature.org

 

12 Because Mountains Will Miss You

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23 thoughts on “Why Visiting Nepal After Earthquake Can Be Your Most Fulfilling Trip? 12 Reasons

  • Rob

    Great Post Apart from the “Volunteering can be Fun” comment – Nepal has enough problems to contend with without a lot of well meaning but practically useless volunteers getting in everyone’s way – if you really want to help then either visit Nepal or donate to an accredited Nepal charity

  • Tadeo

    Good effort on putting something together that raises awareness to the upcoming economical downfall in Nepal. But for now, it’s not a good idea. The unsettled earth continues to rattle Nepal. Monsoon is coming, schools aren’t opened yet. Things are not anything close to normal yet for regular tourists to come “vacation” around Nepal. We need strong, skilled selfless people willing to work and not get in the way of others. Nice empathy here in this article, perhaps posting this at a later time would make a stronger impact.

  • Stuart Leighton

    I’ll be heading to Nepal in less than two weeks to spend time with my mate Ashik Amatya, who lives in Kathmandu. Since the earthquake we have been providing funds to Ashik from Shanghai, China and he has been buying and distributing aid to some of the worst hit regions such as Sindhupalchowk, Gorkha etc. Ashik is doing a fine job, really making a difference, and so far he has got aid out to well over 3000 people. For the four weeks that I am in Nepal, I’ll be helping him out. I cannot wait to get there, it truly is the most beautiful country I have ever been to and I am honoured to be able to help out in any way possible. Nepal needs all our help after these terrible earthquakes. Check out my facebook page to see what amazing work Ashik is doing.

  • CÉSAR DELGADO.

    ALLAH”U”ABHA TO ALL THE FRIENDS IN NEPAL!!!.
    I WOULD LIKE BUT I CAN’T GO OUT OF THE COUNTRY, BUT I PRAY GOD FOR EVERYBODY IN NEPAL, I LOVE NEPAL TOO B’COS I CONSIDER IS A COUNTRY WITH PEOPLE SO SWEET TOO AND THEY NEED A.HELP.LIKE EVERYONE IN THE WORLD TOO.
    INSHALLAH!!!.
    SINCERELY; CÉSAR DELGADO.

    And I’M SORRY IF I DON’T REMEMBER VERY WELL MY OWN E-MAIL.

  • Geoff Metcalfe

    I will be escorting another DREAMTREKS trekking group to Everest Base Camp , Gokyo and Ama Dablam to help out as much as we can to support the locals. I have been trekking Nepal with my great Nepali mate Ang Tshering Lama for 16 years and have a great respect for the Nepalese..Anyone wishing to join our group please contact me through the website.

  • ramjee pahari.

    plz wel-come to pokhara nepal..pokhara is no problem..safe land..now nepal is normal..plz dont afraid ..plz wel-come back to nepal……

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