Lonely Planet is the largest travel guide book and digital media publisher in the world. The company is owned by BBC Worldwide, which bought a 75% share from the founders. According to the Lonely Planet, one of the district of Nepal lying in the Western part of Nepal called Mustang is the third among all the trekking destinations around the world, and one of the most beautiful, important and valuable trekking destination for the trekkers to be in 2013. First and second destinations are Corsica in France and Negev in Isarel respectively. Since it was restricted for outsiders until 1991, the culture and liestyle of the people are well preserved till this date. It is inaccessible by roads till now but roads are going to be constructed in the near future, which may cause effect to the natural beauty and cultures and traditions of this place. Since this place is listed as the third destination among all the trekking destination around the world local people are also very aggressive. Nepal has been listed time to time in the list of best trekking destinations prepared by Lonely Planet.