The best value destination to visit in 2017 – Lonely Planet

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Nepal is bouncing back from earthquakes and a fuel strike that made getting round the country tough. It remains a fabulous choice for budget-conscious travellers, who can access the best of its world-famous trekking routes and underrated wildlife for well south of US$50 a day. Here, Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler recalls some of his fondest Nepal memories.

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  1. Sequoia Bear
    Sequoia Bear says:

    Been there twice. I would avoid Everest Base Camp, but in that area go to Gokyo Ri.
    Also done the Annapurna circuit.

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  2. NepzLaiBariLaiNepz
    NepzLaiBariLaiNepz says:

    THNKYOU FR INDCTING MY BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY NEPAL my country my pride what a god gifted country full with natural beauty thank god am Nepalese and m proud of it JAI NEPAL

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  3. Skathmandu
    Skathmandu says:

    Mountain is calling and its Nepal
    (Dont help the Govt. directly coz they are doing nothing. Help those organisations who are volunteering to rebuild those monuments) SAVE OUR HERITAGE!

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  4. Shyam Sigdel
    Shyam Sigdel says:

    Thanks Lonely planet for ranking Nepal No.1.Now I only wish to see more number of tourists flowing into the country this year. I know some parts which I think they are needed the most.

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  5. anuj ranabhat
    anuj ranabhat says:

    Thank you lonely planet for taking our country to next level with making a center of attraction for all the people in the world.

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  6. Taxi Driver
    Taxi Driver says:

    thank you so much lonely planet for your choice and identify tourism potential area, Nepal.we are very thankful.

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