Echo Travel Nepal has suggested via two face book posts that Nepal is opening up for Autumn 2020.
Dear friends! It's Best news from these days! Nepal will be open at 15 July 2020. From autumn you can visit Nepal and your dream of climbing the mountain as well as seeing the beautiful Himalayas will come true.
#this is not fake news .
#Welcome to nepal All adventure lovers 🙏🙏🙏
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Not all info copied properly to be pasted.....but a strange set of posts dated today and the 25th... either they have got the wrong end of something or it is perhaps an advertising ploy (seems very silly). The post on FB come with official looking docs.
Anyway...some fun, if nothing else!Edited: June 27, 2020, 8:14 pm
No chance. The airport for one is officially closed until July 5 with the director of CAAN himself stating it is unlikely the airport will open before August 1. As it is today, all tourist visa holders here now are required to leave by Aug 14 or, if they can, convert their tourist visas to a different type.
Seems highly unlikely Nepal would force thousands of tourists still here to leave, to then invite more in. And to what?
There are still a very small number of businesses so desperate for businesses they are marketing for fall trips, but that seems like a less than 10% chance of happening at this point. There's still more talk of lockdowns and restrictions coming.
Have you been smoking those mushrooms again John?
I remember a source criticism class I had with Mickey once; be wary if an article says ‘this is not fake news’.
Karl...Deeply immersed in the studio last night when I sort of noted one post then the other and thinking Nepal is Nepal.....maybe!
Did not even cross my mind that I am pretty much not allowed out of the state let alone the country.
Being somewhat habituated to dreaming via TA posts, mushroom free, I thought posting might lead somewhere, even if silly. Although, I did latter hope there was nothing scam sinister in the FB posts as Eco Trekker does generally put up good photos.
No worries. With few foreign tourists around, also check out local YouTube content.
Thanks...I will have a look.
I have two paintings on the go at the moment with Himalayan / Nepal/ India / Tibetan backdrops and subjects, similar to a degree to the one in the little box that comes with our name. The ceiling of the studio is based on the ceiling in the Shrine/ audience room of Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche at the KaNying Gompa Boudha. Small studio but evocative.
The photos of the French Tibetan Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard, the paintings of the Russian artist Nicholas Roerich and books about Beyul.....a new one turning up next week. There is a lot to keep Kathmandu and the Himalaya calling!