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Our trekking tours in the autumn of 2015 will be carried out as planned!

After a thorough examination of the regions the feasibility of travel in Nepal has been confirmed. All UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur Durbar Squares have been reopened to tourists since 15 June.

In the Everest region some of the lodges have suffered slight damage but this is currently being repaired. Our planned tours can be carried out here. The Annapurna and Mustang regions are hardly affected. The accommodation facilities are also in good condition. The Upper Dolpo and Dhaulagiri round trips can also be carried out, since these regions have sustained little damage. In the Kangchenjunga region there was no damage.

The Langtang and Manaslu regions have been severely damaged and we have cancelled our tours there for the autumn of 2015.

We look forward to the future with confidence and appreciate your trust in us. Tourism is one of the main resources of Nepal. With your journey you will be making an active contribution to the reconstruction of the country. You will be supporting people who work for you and with you in the cities and especially during the treks.