Tourist safety – NEPAL
Due to the much publicized
Maoist revolution taking place in Nepal over the
last 16 years, the safety of the area has been
called in to question many times by locals and
tourists alike. However, the truth of the matter
is, even in the height of dispute, Nepal was,
and is continually proving to be, a safe and well
travelled option for both foreign men and women.
Due to the economical benefits that tourism attracts
to the area, tourists have never been either a
target, or even an issue, for any of the conflicting
parties throughout previously difficult times.
To put any further doubts at rest, peace talks
have ensued, and the country appears to be towards
a peaceful solution that before now had proved
elusive. These recent developments have left a
nation looking forward to a bright, and More importantly
safe future, allowing locals to once More
indulge their ample natural resources, and More
significantly, share these with the world.
We are further aware of any issues single women
may be wary of when coming to the area. It is
therefore important to once More proclaim the
countries safety and dispel any myths associated
with the area. Women have been traveling both
the Himalaya and lower lands throughout Nepal
for over five decades, including many notable
mountaineering achievements in the higher reaches.
Sarba has had the pleasure of guiding both individuals,
mixed and same sex groups in his vast experience
has yet to encounter any problems concerning that
of ageism, ethnicity or gender.
In this close-knit company, staff repest all aspects
of any outward-bound adventures, including education
through all fields of first aid, environment and