I am planning to travel Nepal after the Euro 2016. My friends visited Nepal and said it was nice. But it was before the earthquake. I certainly know for sure that Nepal has a little less to show than what it would have had before the quake. My question is: Does Nepal have enough left in its tank to make tourists happy? Especially in the cultural and heritage aspects. Because some of the country's famous sites were affected by the quake. Or so I heard.
Another question is: Is there any trusted and more importantly good travel agency in Nepal. My friends traveled with Nepal Eco Adventure @ https://nepalecoadventure.com/ (which has fairly gud ratings). But I want to know if there are better ones around. I did look at some sites at tripadvisor. But I only managed to get my head spun.
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