Nepal offers various trekking styles such as the challenging, the classic, the family, and the luxury style, and each of which may get to involve fun camping, memorable staying in the tea-houses or the combination of the two. You’ll be led with very experienced tour guides and be with friendly Sherpas to the highest mountains of the world through the spellbinding valleys, the holy lakes of Annapurna, the rhododendron forests, Mt. Everest, Langtang, and the off the beaten track regions.
Keep in mind that occasionally the bad weather, altitude as well as the unfamiliar cultures can make more demands. A determination and sense of humor are very important attributes on any mountain climbing or trekking experience. In order to help you in choosing your adventure, here you’ll be provided with a simple guide about mountains to climb and treks to experience. If you are in need of help in choosing which trek is best for you, or mountain to climb, read on for further assistance. Pasang Sherpa is a tour guide in Kathmandu.
Nepal, being a home of a lot of lofty hills and mountains is a sure paradise for tourists who love adventures. Nepal is where the great Himalaya lies. There a lot of sky-touching mountain peaks and very ambitious hills in Nepal that can offer you great adventure experience. Nepal is also considered as one of the best destinations for amazing trekking experience. Aside from trekking, the tourists can also enjoy sightseeing some stunning landscapes, exotic wildlife, lush natural vegetation, and great climatic drama of snow-wind and clouds.
The best time to go trekking and mounting climbing in Nepal is between October and May. October and November, as the 1st 2 months of dry season is the best period to go trekking in Nepal. Fresh air washed by monsoon rains, superb mountain scenery, and comfortable warm weather are the things Nepal can offer you during these months. During January, February, and December, these are still good times to go on trekking but the cold weather can be a bit bitter at higher altitudes. During March and May, these moths offer better climate and the trekkers will be able to view exceptional wild flowers, specifically in the wonderful rhododendron forest of Nepal. During August-June, which is the monsoon season, trekking is still possibly in the rain-shadow places of north of Himalaya such as the upper Dolpo and Mustang. These Nepal regions can’t be reached by rain clouds due to the high altitudes of mountains and being unaffected by monsoon.
Nepal is offering a lot of opportunities for treks that would last for a day or less, though mostly considered longer. Around the Kathmadu Valley or Pokhara you can accomplish the trek within 2, 3 or 4 days but the every poplar Everest Base Camp as well as the Annapurna treks, you will need as much as 3 weeks.
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