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Nepal is Forbes top places to visit

On the eve of Visit Nepal Year 2020 Forbes magazine has named Nepal a ‘top destination for travellers to visit in 2020 and beyond’.  A trip to Nepal has been defined as a once-in-a-lifetime experience to book in 2020 under the theme—2020 Travel Goals: Ten Bucket List Trips For The Next Decade.

 

It listed Mount Everest as the world's leading adventure "to-go" places on a bucket list. It is not just a back packers choice of country but one that exceeds in providing luxury in the mountains and hands on care for travelers looking for luxe services. From high end deluxe mountain lodges to home stay hospitality the country has much to offer.

 

Chitwan National Park bags the wildlife experience top score with many luxury jungle lodges and the Dwarikas' hotel in Kathmandu as an amazing stay in a veritable "living museum experience".

 

Forbes added visitors should plan to tour the country sooner than later as “Many of the nation’s high-end attractions are a well-kept secret, though that’s bound to change soon".

 

Nepal’s appearance on Forbes follows a report by the World Economic Forum which ranked Nepal 15th on a list of 140 countries for price competitiveness. In August, Ghandruk was featured by CNN Travel on a list of 13 of Asia's most picturesque towns.

 

Kathmandu was also selected as one of the top 10 cities to visit in 2019 by the travel guide Lonely Plant.  Other destinations on the Forbes list include Ecuador, New Zealand, Peru, Alaska, Brazil, Morocco, China, Finland and Kenya.

Why wait - book a tour to Nepal and experience Forbes destination for the next decade!