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#1 Posted : Sunday, August 2, 2015 12:58:40 PM(UTC)

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Hi, I came.
My wife and I are planning to go trekking tour in September and spend until early-mid October.
We know that it is about the ideals to, but I want to know how the trails, and the villages after the disaster?

Would love for you to share the personal experiences or rumors from friends, or if you have any source for what's happening there.

Thank you very much!!

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#2 Posted : Sunday, August 2, 2015 1:05:51 PM(UTC)

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West country-Nepal Annapurna etc. hardly suffered damage and therefore if your direction so there is no problem.
In the eastern region and especially lgtang and Everest, had to follow the messages of the Nepali Ministry of tourism.
Right now, they claim the restoration works are carried out in full steam and the trails will be ready for September.
There are, of course, be treated with suspicion for their intersnties messages.
Take a Mustang or Annapurna and properly without fearing that some of it lands on guesthouse.
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