Nepal Foreign Affairs (KATHMANDU, 16 April) – Nepal has been named as the no.1 tourist destination of the world by the famous British Newspaper The Guardian.
Citing various sources including those who visited Nepal, the newspaper has put Nepal in the first place to travel. The names of the top 10 countries have been made public, where nations in Europe and America have not been mentioned.
In its report titled ‘ How to plan a post-Brexit holiday’- from Serbia to the Lake District, the online edition of newspaper has quoted some in depicting Nepal’s potential of tourism.
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“Pound for pound, Nepal is better value than Europe,” says Catherine Shearer of specialist cycle holiday experts H+I Adventures. The country has had a tricky few years that have featured Maoist insurgencies, royal massacres and a devastating earthquake, but Nepal has come roaring back. Travellers are reporting a sense of optimism and vibrancy that rubs off on visitors. “Democracy is on the rise,” reports Dr Claire Smith of York University’s Asia Research Network. “It is an inspiring moment to visit the country … and the curries are delicious.” This is a country with a huge amount to offer: its mountain ranges, of course, but also a wealth of wildlife, temples, ancient towns and colourful culture. KE Adventure Travel specialises in some speche tacular hikes in the country.
Other countries in the top lists are South Africa, Albania, Bulgaria, Colombia, Iran, Namibia, Malaysia, kenya and Serbia.
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