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Responsible Tourism

The tourism boom in Nepal is a mixed blessing. It has generated a sizeable share of Nepal’s foreign currency revenue but only a few have experienced an improvement in their standard of living. In fact, for many communities, influx of visitors has come at a considerable cost.

In numerous places, trekking groups have littered trails and degraded forests. Against this alarming backdrop, the practice of ecologically friendly-tourism has been gaining increased momentum – both in Nepal and around the World. Our approach to tourism seeks not only to preserve environment and culture of tourist destination but also to benefit the local population by fostering environmental awareness among both locals and visitors. By linking tourism to social and economic development, it is possible to preserve natural and cultural heritage of an area through promotion of sustainable tourism. This not only enhances positive experiences of those on holiday but also helps to raise the living standard of the local residents. Nature Trail promotes environmentally friendly tourism and, along with a few other local companies, has led the way in responsible tours of our country.

Why Trekking in Nepal

Nepal, a land of high hills, mountains, raging rivers and verdant deep jungles of Terai & its rich culture makes one of the most sought destinations in the worlds map. A destination for all season as it is one of the most diverse and varied countries on this planet a unique country nestled in the gorgeous snow capped range is another creation of the mother earth and it embraces worlds’ eight highest peaks from Mt.Everest, Mt.Kanchenjonga, Mt.Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu to Annapurna massive. Nepal is also the birth place of Buddha (Light of Asia).

Blessed with rich nature, the Great Himalayan in Nepal range stretches from the far North West to the Far East where the worlds highest 8th Eight Thousanders are in Nepal.
Nepal offers a mesmerizing journey with enough time to marvel the surrounding beautiful landscapes and immerse with its warm people, offering you full of diversity and enchantment from the low lands of Gangetic plains and its verdant dense jungle where the endangered species of Royal Bengal Tigers and the one horned rhinoceros roam, to the legendary Yak and Yeti trail to Everest.

As the Adventure and leisure tourism was established since late 1960 and 70’s quality Travel & Trekking Company have mushroomed by a Tourism Professionals Nepalese, and have been leading countless of adventure trips throughout Himalaya including Rafting, Mountaineering also organise adventure trekking, and leisure trips including tailor made itineraries for family, school groups and corporate executives.

All these travel we are well aware of their profession providing the guest feel secure and at safe hand with varieties of trips as per the guest holidays optional choices.

Is Nepal Safe to Travel

A recurring question, perhaps fuelled by poor journalism or by out-of-date advice from Governments, is ‘Is it safe to travel in Nepal ?

The short answer is yes, it is very safe in fact. Nepal feels more safe than most other countries around the globe, possibly due to the the religious nature of the people and their natural kindness. Over the past 10 years Nepal has enjoyed a growing fascination to visit from travellers from all over the world. The People are very hospitable. The Nepalese accept that tourism is a mainstay of the economy, and are very welcoming. This applies to all sections and political groups: even during the Maoist hostilities of the early 21st century there were very few cases of any hostility towards visitors and the Maoist-led government declared 2011 to be ‘Visit Nepal Year’.

Although there are few cases of deaths and crimes of tourists the government and local authorities of Nepal are trying every effort to make the Nepal safer for tourists from all over the world. The Nepali government has not banned trekking by individuals without a guide. This was a hoax created by TAAN. Currently all trekkers are free to go independently, no guide is required. Trekking is still allowed on the main teahouse trekking routes (Everest, Annapurna and Langtang / Helambu) and TAAN was trying to manipulate the government into banning solo trekking under the banner of Safety, which would have been very good for their members, Trekkers still require trekking staff in restricted areas, such as Upper Mustang, Dolpo and Manaslu (At least for the moment)

Nepal is comfortable and safe destination for all nationalities in the World.