Trekking in Nepal Himalayan mountain range are full of fun and adventures. Nepal trekking and travel provide a suitable place for your never forgetting trekking expedition in Himalayas. Nepal trekking holidays have long been popular with avid trekkers, who come from all over the world to explore the spectacular Nepalese mountains The country enjoys the most dramatic part of the Himalayas, including the Annapurna mountain range and Mount Everest, and there are dozens of outstanding routes where you can go trekking in Nepal.
The Nepal Trekking divides in five regions :-
- The Everest Region
- The Annapurna Region
- The Central Nepal
- Eastern Nepal
- Western Nepal
Trekking in Nepal can be undertaken throughout the year depending on the region.
The year is divided into 4 different seasons in Nepal and each season has its distinct attraction to offer for trekking.
Autumn (Sept-Nov) :
This is the time when you can expect better visibility, the air is fresh, and the weather is perfect and that the Nepalese most important festivals (Dashain and Tihar) are marked during this season The best season offering excellent weather and tantalizing mountain views.
Winter (Dec-Feb) :
This season is noted for occasional snowfall and the air can be quite cold at higher elevations. Hence it is ideal for trekking at lower elevations, generally below 3000 meters and offers tantalizing mountain views.
Spring (March-May) :
Trekking in spring is particularly lovely as the mountain slopes are covered with beautiful and colorful flowers and still have plenty of high snow to enhance your photos. The temperature is quite moderate and the mountain views are excellent.
Summer (June-Aug) :
summer This is the favorite season to trek in the rain shadow areas like Upper Mustang, Dolpo and Kailash. This season is also recommended for forest researchers and botanist.
Certain basic trekking equipment is essential on all routes we described in this site. Depending on the area and season, we will provide you with a comprehensive list of necessities.
Thermal shirts/underwear, Nightwear thermals, Fleece/sweatpants, Day-wear shirt, Trekking pants, Wind pants, First aid kit, Camera etc.