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Nepal is one of the World's Safest Countries!

Great news trekkers, in data provided by the UK foreign office, Nepal has been listed as one of the safest countries in the world to visit. As safe as a visit to Spain or Australia, the UK Foreign Office travel advice for travel to nepal is: go ahead!

The Daily Telegraph has done a great job of putting together this interactive map to show at a glance where to go and where to avoid according to the UK Foreign Office and Nepal is safe to visit.

Of course, we know Nepal is safe to visit - it's one of the friendliest places in the world and is super safe to travel. Now that there's government advice to back up how safe Nepal is, it's time you came to see Nepal for yourself!



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