If you are planning to visit Nepal in 2017. A leading tour operator, Day Tours Nepal have selected the best places to visit in 2017 in Nepal. We have picked the best places after researching all international travel advisory such like Lonely Plant, National Geography, New York Times, Trip Advisor, Rough Guides, and other local travel portal sites.
Lonely planet had selected Nepal as the No.1 travel destination. Best travel value 2017 and also in Best countries to visit in 2017, Nepal is in 5th place for adventure travel.
Let’s check out what written in Lonely Planet travel guide for Nepal
Nepal is bouncing back from earthquakes and a fuel strike that made getting around the country tough. It remains a fabulous choice for budget-conscious travelers, who can access the best of its world-famous trekking routes and underrated wildlife for well south of US$50 a day.
The 2015 earthquakes caused devastation, but what is most striking from a traveler’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.
3) 52 Places to Go in 2017 (NYT)
#Ranking = 43. Langtang Region, Nepal
Visitors to this hinterland 40 miles north of Kathmandu dwindled following the 2015 avalanche that nearly wiped out Langtang village, the nerve center of the area. In an effort to revive tourism, the travel outfitter day tours Nepal and Rugged Trails Nepal now offers a spectacular 15-day Tamang Heritage Trail Trek through alpine terrain, verdant midlands, rustic villages, and monasteries. The newly opened routes of Langtang National Park called the Tamang Heritage Trail or Langtang Tamang Heritage trails afford an opportunity to meet the Tamang people, originally Tibetan horse traders.
4) The Cheapest Countries to Visit in 2017 (Global News Ca)
#Ranking = 4 Everest Base Camp Trekking
No One remembers who climbed Mount Everest the second time. Sir Edmund Hillary
The Everest Base Camp Trekking offers you an up close view of the mighty Mount Everest, by following the footsteps of Sir Edmund Hilary, who climbed to the top of the world in 1953. This epic trek is one everyone should experience in their lifetime. Surround yourself in some of the most beautiful landscape on the planet, while experiencing the rich culture of the Sherpa people.
The trek to the Everest base camp trekking will take you into the spirit of the Himalayas, and grasp the earth’s greatest achievement and witness its power and elegance.
Everest Base Camp Trek price starts from USD 1000 + Book with us.