The history of Auckland dates back to 1840 when the British Governor William Hobson and Maori chiefs signed the Treaty of Waitangi in which they posed Auckland city as capital of the country. In the beginning the city was called George Eden, in honor of the first Duke of Auckland. At that time Maori and British officers and artisans lived in the area. Subsequently Wellington became the capital of New Zealand, however, Auckland remains the first city in the country.
Nepal is considered as one of the poorest countries in the world. However, tourism in this country plays a very important role. Nepal is very popular among the professional travelers and bag packers. It attracts tourists by both: ancient history and unbelievably beautiful nature, rafting is very popular there. Quite recently, there has appeared a very special kind of tourism – rural or village tourism. It gives a possibility to get acquainted with probably the main treasures of the country: culture, customs and traditions. As a rule, tourists in Nepal repose on the specially built resorts and singly made tents. Rural tourism allows them to get in the everyday life and culture of the local residents.