Insight: Nepal Is In The “Ten Bucket List Trips” For The Next Decade By Forbes.

Nepal has made into the list of the Ten bucket list trips curated by Forbes magazine. Along with Nepal, Ecuador, New Zealand, Peru, Alaska, Brazil, Morocco, China, Finland, and Kenya also made into the list.

According to Forbes:

From Luxury Jungle Safaris To Private Treks In The Himalayas

We’re starting our list in the homeland of perhaps the most world-renowned adventure destination on the planet: Mount Everest, of course. But you needn’t be an intrepid climber, or even a hesitant trekker, to appreciate Nepal. Though the country has long been associated with its formidably rugged (and breathtakingly beautiful) mountains, there’s more to Nepal than just backpacking. From luxury resorts in Kathmandu (the ambiance of Dwarika’s Hotel can best be described as a living museum) to chic safari camps in the national parks of Bardia and Chitwan, there’s plenty to do in Nepal that doesn’t require travelers to venture into thin air. And, currently, many of the nation’s high-end attractions are a well-kept secret, though that’s bound to change soon. Locals and sophisticated travelers have known about magnificent destinations such as the Happy House (the favorite retreat of Sir Edmund Hillary in the mountains of Phaplu) and the elegant Karnali Lodge (in the jungles of Bardia) for decades. 2020 is the year to discover such revelations for yourself.