"In the spring of 2015, an earthquake that measured approximately 7.9 on the Richter scale hit the Gorkha district near the Kathmandu Valley area of Nepal. Thousands were killed, including climbers on Mount Everest. Sacred architecture, hundreds of years old, made of wood and brick, was unable survive.
It's a tragedy. But let's look at Nepal beyond the tragedy.
Nepal needs our attention right now, but it shouldn't be a nation defined by tragedy.
Nepal may be far away in distance, but it doesn't have to be far from your thoughts.
Here are ways to help, right now:
- CARE, UNICEF, and Oxfam are helping with first response.
- Habitat for Humanity International is prepping emergency shelters.
- Waves for Water is providing clean water to those affected in the Katmandu Valley."
Below are some print screens of some places that I found to be really beautiful. And hopefully these places will be restored. So that the Tourist won't stop visiting. Tourism is one of Nepal's most important ways of income.