After a devastating earthquake struck Nepal in 2015, the country is now bouncing back. The country's tourism industry has been showing some signs of growth this year. In fact, it's even greater compared to the year before the country got hit by the disaster.
The greater one-horned rhinoceros are now critically endangered, with only 3,500 of them left in the wild.
You can now let the whole world know that you hiked Mount Everest when you've uploaded that photo of yours on Instagram upon stepping on the mountain's base camp because of its free internet connection. That's right. There'll be free WiFi on Mount Everest soon to roll out as planned by the Nepalese government.
Laying the "Visit Nepal - Europe 2017" tourism program as groundwork for its 2018 global tourism program to promote Nepal's tourism, the country's travel economy is growing steadily after the devastating 2015 earthquake. The new European program could boost Nepali tourism by 30-40%.
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