Many of the trekking regions of Nepal remain unaffected by the recent earthquakes in Nepal. Reconstruction works are already underway in regions that are affected and can be expected to be complete in the months to follow. Furthermore, the Government is opening the heritage sites in Kathmandu from 15 June 2015.
Langtang and Manaslu trekking regions are vastly affected by the earthquakes. The Government of Nepal has suspended issuing trekking permits in those two regions for the time being. Otherwise, the trails, the guesthouses, teahouses and hotels in other trekking regions remain mostly unaffected.
Nepal remains a safe destination for those who intend to travel. We are putting extra emphasis in safety during treks and will our treks with extra caution. Some trekkers are already enjoying trekking in the Himalayas. Please keep on visiting our site and blogs for regular updates and write to us should you have any queries.
The Annapurna Region is almost unaffected by the series of earthquakes that hit Nepal. The tourism infrastructures are intact. The hotels and teahouses are open for tourists. You can enjoy trekking in Annapurna region without any hesitations. We always conduct safe trek and our emphasis on safety has increased in the aftermath of the recent earthquakes in Nepal.
The earthquakes in Nepal partially affected the Everest region. Phakding, Khumjung and Pangboche are the villages where the earthquakes have destroyed some villages including guesthouses. Other areas remain fairly unaffected. Everest Base Camp Trek trail, including remote valley trek trail from Gokyo to Chola as well as other high passes are unaffected and are safe for trekking. The avalanche in the Everest Base Camp is well documented. However, the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, upon inspecting the region properly, has declared Everest region safe for trekking. Keeping the recent disasters in mind, we will be taking tents with us just for extra insurance.