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I'll offer a contrary opinion and say that you're probably fine to go, although you may need to alter your itinerary. Contact your tour operator, they'll be able to advise based on local knowledge, unlike us armchair speculators here on the Internets. That said: Major intercity roads and city thoroughfares will almost certainly be cleared by May, this is ...


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I've been asking similar questions myself as I had a week booked from 16th May, plus a short trip next week. It is hard to see how the itinerary you describe could be feasible by the date your parents travel. A magnitude 7.9 earthquake leaves widespread damage over a large area, and the areas your parents propose to visit are in the worst-hit area. Many ...


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There are three ways your parents can end up not losing the money they spent: If they have trip insurance it may cover this sort of thing and enable them to claim a full refund and not go If the tour operator can't provide what they paid for, the tour operator may give them a refund. Similarly if the airline can't actually transport them they may provide a ...


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According to this (I'm sorry: Dutch) newspaper article (http://www.trouw.nl/tr/nl/4496/Buitenland/article/detail/3984619/2015/04/28/Hulp-stokt-in-logistieke-nachtmerrie.dhtml) (in the last paragraph), the rain season is about to start in a coouple of weeks over there, making things even worse for the Nepali. It might also make it worse for you. I can't tell, ...



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