Lonely Planet includes Annapurna Region

Lonely Planet includes Annapurna Region

Popular travel guidebook Lonely Planet includes 'Annapurna Region' in the list of 'Best Places to Travel in October 2015'. 

Lonely Planet wrote: Everyone has seen the news reports from the 25 April earthquake in Nepal, but most reports neglected to mention that most of Nepal was untouched by the disaster, including the most popular trekking areas. With the clearing of the monsoon rains, October is once again peak season for trekking, and the Annapurna region is a great, nay epic, place to start.

From the gateway town of Pokhara, which saw little damage from the tremor, classic trekking routes such as the Annapurna Circuit and Annapurna Sanctuary Trek climb breathlessly into the Himalaya, offering the kind of views normally reserved for mountaineers. Pokhara is easy to reach from Kathmandu, also fully open for business, and it’s easy to make arrangements for a trek on arrival. In the process, you’ll be performing a valuable social service, helping Nepal to rebuild after the disaster by investing directly in the local economy.

Similarly, Lonely Planet’s recommendations for October travel courtesy is Escape the crowds in Petra, Jordan, Ride the rails in Copper Canyon, northern Mexico, Try an oyster or two in Cornwall, UK,  Hunt for truffles in Alba, northern Italy and Go hot-air ballooning in Albuquerque, USA. 

Source: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/

Popular travel guidebook Lonely Planet includes 'Annapurna Region' in the list of 'Best Places to Travel in October 2015'

Lonely Planet wrote: Everyone has seen the news reports from the 25 April earthquake in Nepal, but most reports neglected to mention that most of Nepal was untouched by the disaster, including the most popular trekking areas. With the clearing of the monsoon rains, October is once again peak season for trekking, and the Annapurna region is a great, nay epic, place to start.

From the gateway town of Pokhara, which saw little damage from the tremor, classic trekking routes such as the Annapurna Circuit and Annapurna Sanctuary Trek climb breathlessly into the Himalaya, offering the kind of views normally reserved for mountaineers. Pokhara is easy to reach from Kathmandu, also fully open for business, and it’s easy to make arrangements for a trek on arrival. In the process, you’ll be performing a valuable social service, helping Nepal to rebuild after the disaster by investing directly in the local economy.

Similarly, Lonely Planet’s recommendations for October travel courtesy is Escape the crowds in Petra, Jordan, Ride the rails in Copper Canyon, northern Mexico, Try an oyster or two in Cornwall, UK,  Hunt for truffles in Alba, northern Italy and Go hot-air ballooning in Albuquerque, USA.

Source: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/

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