According to the announcements provided by the Nepali authorities after a tragic earthquake, Nepal is still a safe and secure place for the tourists. A situation slowly reverts to the normality. The majority of the trekking routes is not damaged and they are fully available for the tourists! Fully safe and available is also a region of Annapurna therefore all trekking journeys in this region will be continued without any changes. Contrary to the appearances and not always true information provided by media, a region of Mt. Everest is also safe. Although in this region a part of the habitations is destroyed, in particular during the second earthquake which took place on 12 May, but it does not has any impact on the realisation of the tourism in this the most appreciated and popular by the tourists area. The trails and bridges which connect routes stayed not touched and many guesthouses is still available for the tourists. In the Mt. Everest region its lower part is more heavily destroyed, i.e. the surroundings of Lukla where a trekking begins. In the higher regions, where a majority of the routes of the trekking and climbing expeditions goes, the destructions are minor. From September 2015, the trekkings will be continued, too. Sometimes one needs to be prepared for a change regarding a place of the overnight stay in relation to the original schedule. The Langtang Valley, Manslu and Gorkha are the tourist regions which significantly suffered during the earthquake and do not allow for safe continuation of the tourism activities in their areas. The reconstruction of the trails in these regions will last for several months therefore we suspend realisation of the following trekkings: “Around Manslu” and “Paying a visit to the Tamangs – Langtang”. We will keep You posted about any changes in the News section.