Trekking in Nepal Himalaya is one long-term activity that draws repeat visitors to the country. Therefore, Nepal is the ultimate destination for the trekking enthusiast. Nepal offers a myriad of possibilities from the short and easy walking excursions to the demanding and strenuous challenges of the snowy peaks (mountain) and their foothills and valleys. But however easy or moderate, or strenuous, there is something for every palate that goes with trekking in Nepal's hills, mountains and hinterlands, the most rewarding way to experience Nepal's indomitable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches is to walk through the length, breadth and the altitudes of Nepal. Trekking in Nepal Himalaya is a much a unique cultural experience as well as an ultimate Himalayan adventure. You will share the trail with many pack animals and hard working porters who carry heavy load of supplies, much of which is consumed by trekkers.

Trekking Season

Nepal is a country of diversification with its geography and climate, a nature lover can always make it as his destination of trekking year round. There are normally four seasons are considered in Nepal, each of which has its own particular attraction to offer. 

Autumn (Sep-Oct- Nov):- The best season offering excellent weather and out standing mountain views. 

Spring (March-April- May):- The second finest trekking season. The temperature is quite moderate; especially the rhododendrons are in complete blossom and the mountain views are excellent. 

Summer (June- July-August):- This is the most preferable season to trek in the rain shadow areas like Mustang, Upper Manang and Dolpo. These places are out of reach of the rain clouds because of the huge mountains and are unaffected by the monsoon. This season is also recommended for forest researchers and botanist. Warning-raincoats and insect repellents are Strictly necessary in this period. 

Winter (December- January- February):- Suitable season for trekking at lower altitude, generally below 3000m.

 

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