Reasons to Travel Nepal in 2021
Nepal has more than 8 mountains which are above 8000 m above sea level which is Eight of the world's 14 peaks over 8000 meters including Mt. Everest (8,848m), Kanchanjunga (8,598m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,462m), Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Manaslu (8,156m), Cho Oyu (8,153) and Annapurna (8,091m) are in Nepal soaring against the deep blue sky for any explorer who wants to explore. 2021 seems positive and It’s already March, we’ve seen how our front liners and researchers are making vaccine possible for everyone as soon as possible. Since the lockdown has loosened up, most of the Asian, European, and American countries are already getting back to normal. 2020 was catastrophic for most of us, and to be more precise it was worse for tourism but we’re very optimistic about making 2020 one of the greatest comebacks of the century. We at Discovery World Trekking are aiming to promote tourism worldwide as Human evolutions and best experiences which do change our life dramatically are often seen while traveling. Historically we’ve seen, humans have traveled for various reasons and share wisdom. In the early modern era, people used to travel for trade and business, before modern era human used to travel to learn how to survive and now we’re here ar 2021 where we will travel responsibly to free our mind from worldly chaos and swim a while in the beautiful creation of Mother Nature.
We’ve learned many countries are getting back to normal and some are still struggling. In Asia, most of the countries are getting back to opening things up. At the time of writing this article, Many Asian countries have very low death rates due to covid and the recovery rate is very high, In some countries like Nepal, death due to covid-19 is very close to “Zero” which has given hope to all Nepalese living in Nepal. Nepal has been promoting tourism for a while now, almost 2 million tourists visit Nepal every year. Today we’ve prepared are detailed report about “7 reasons to travel Nepal in 2021”
1.Easy Visa on Arrival - Restriction Free Travel in Nepal
Nepal might be the easiest country to get a “Travel Visa on Arrival” in 2021. People from England, America, Europe, or Australia who looking for a vacation in Nepal can check if your country has travel restrictions to Nepal or Not, if not it’s relatively easier to get a travel visa for Nepal and it’s relatively inexpensive too. If you’re from America, Australia, Canada, Europe, visit this for more information
2.Safe - “Zero deaths due to Covid”
Nepal is probably one of the few countries which have a recovery rate higher than covid cases with almost “Zero death due to covid”. Whether we like it not, 2020 did change us and most of us are skeptical about how we’re going back to tourism. If you search for Travel restrictions in American, Australian, and European countries, you might get permission or a visa to travel to the country but due to the high rate of covid fatalities, travel restriction is high which takes most of the juice from the travel experiences. Unlike other countries, Nepal has a very easy “Visa on Arrival” for almost all countries with very minimum travel restrictions. At the time of writing this article, Nepal counts “Zero death due to covid” and more recovery than total cases.
2.Many options to choose upon in Nepal
Nepal is a cultural blend of Hindu and Buddhist ethnic groups. If you travel in cities and towns of Nepal you’ll quickly realize in almost every city of Nepal you’ll find at least one temples, which is fascinating. Many popular destinations like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Lumbini, and Chitwan world heritage sites like Pashupatinath Temple, Swyambhunath, Boudhanath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Fewa Lake, Chitwan national park and many more places to explore which legit and its history goes back to 400-500 years ago.
As you must have heard Nepal is the country of Lord Gautama Buddha and mighty Mt Everest. We mentioned some temples and monasteries up there, for the travelers and hikers who are lured by exotic destinations, Nepal literally has everything for you when it comes to expedition/treks. Some of the most visited destinations by travelers, especially from American, Australia, and Europe are Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, Tilicho Lake, Gokyo Lake, Manaslu circuit trek, and so on.
3.Huge discounts for early bookings in Nepal
Tourism probably got most hit during the pandemic, almost everything was closed up for almost a year. Due to the lack of traffic in the market, most of the tour packages have Hughes discounts on them if you book them till July of 2021. Leading trekking/expedition agency like Discovery World Trekking is providing up to 30% of discounts on Everet and Annapurna packages in the group discounts.
4.Amazing Hospitality of Nepal
Many regions of Nepal relies upon tourism for the economy very heavily, on those regions you’ll find many local working independently for development and upgrade of the society for enhanced touristic appeal. Places like “Namche Bazar” on the way to Everest Base Camp almost depends upon tourism and hospitality and by experience, we’ve found people from the Everest region are the sweetest humble people keeping the fact they are one of the furious people on planet earth, we’re talking about “Sherpa” community, who have basically ruled mountains for centuries. You might have heard many stories about conquering Mt Everest but behind the scene, you’ll hardly find any Everest expeditions without any Sherpa helping and guiding them.
Alike Everest, another amazing attraction with heavenly hospitality would be the Annapurna circuit trek with Annapurna Base camp or Tilicho Lake. Today tourism of some of the places in Nepal has advanced so much that you might find most of Kathmandu’s restaurant menu in impossible places like “Yak Kharka” and “Muktinath”. People have made technology so efficient over there, you might get 4G and 3G services above 4,000m and use Google maps to pin your next location. People of the Annapurna region are heavily invested in making Lodges more comfortable with bed heaters, water boilers, wifi services, and so on. As Nepal is a relatively inexpensive country to travel to, 2021 might be the year you want to visit Nepal and taste some Himalayan breeze.
5.Perfect weather in Nepal for travel, trek, or family vacation
This is already March of 2021 at the writing of this article, 9 more months of summer, spring, rain, and winter await you to enjoy the weather of Nepal. Nepal has one-of-a-kind weather in various regions of the country. If you’re in Kathmandu, it can get up to 26 in summers but down there just 250km away Chitwan on the other hand gets Upto 35 Degree and again as low as 1 or o in Everest or Annapurna regions. Yes, Nepal has almost every weather you might want to see. If you’re from New York or London, craving for unpredictable rain? “Pokhara” might be the place want to visit. If you’re looking for a hot summer vacation, Jungle Safari in Chitwan Nation park might lure you, or you’re a mountain guy, Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, Manaslu, and many more await you.
6.Rich Culture of Nepal
Nepal might seem a relatively smaller country in between China & India, its historical value goes back many centuries. Nepal has almost 1000s of traditions which are followed by millions as a culture. Even the language of Nepal has amazing diversity. If you go up in the mountains, you’ll mostly be in Gurung, Rai, Magar, or Sherpa village, if you move down the hills and cities you’ll find a cultural hub where people of all community lives in peace and harmony. If you go down the Terai you’ll find Bramins, Chettri, Tharu, Chaudhary, and many other communities which many identical festivals but are different traditionally. if you're a culture explorer or enthusiast, Nepal can be a great exploring trip for you.
Having said these many reasons, we at Discovery World Trekking would like hearty welcome you for yet another amazing venture of your life. We have 2 decades worth of experience in travel planning and operation, Trek/Expedition operations, Rafting, Jungle Safari, and many more to choose from. Contact us at [email protected] for more information or chat online with us.