Trekking is the most sought after adventurous activity in Nepal
due to which it attracts thousands of foreign tourists all year around
to its grandeur landscapes of Himalayan terrains. Having a great
combination of natural and cultural diversity, Nepal offers incredible
trekking destinations which bewilder the minds and eyes of its visitors.
Beyond doubt, these things make Nepal a perfect place for trekkers to
come and explore it’s exotic trekking routes.
After having said that, Nepal is a country where trekking can be done
throughout the year but nevertheless there are some best seasons in
which trekking in Nepal becomes extraordinarily good. To continue,
Spring and Autumn seasons are considered as the best trekking season in
all over Nepal. Presently the weather and climatic conditions of these
seasons make them the finest time of the year when trekkers can enjoy
the scenic Himalayan panorama and walk amongst beautiful trek routes
without any disturbances along their way. The seasonal month of Spring
begins from March to end of May and during these months the weather
starts to warm up with a little bit of rainfall here and there.
Additionally, the rhododendron forests start blossoming up to charm
their visitors with unique blend of mesmerizing natural colors. Next
will be the Autumn season which is also considered by many as the most
favorable trekking season of Nepal. Mainly because the temperature
remains moderate which allows trekking in higher altitudes easy with
crystal clear open skies without much clouds to block the views of the
snow-capped mountains. The trek routes normally tend to get over crowded
and teahouses get every room booked for trekkers walking along their
trail. During the autumn months of mid-September, October and November
valleys remain lush with thriving vegetation and wildlife which can add
to the exquisiteness to one’s travel in Nepal.
Excluding Spring and Autumn seasons we still have Summer/Monsoon
(June-August) and Winter (December-February) seasons which are not
generally preferred by trekkers so the trek routes have less number of
tourists traveling through them. However, if you are the one that likes
walking on a trail with less tourists jampacking their way alongside you
then you may try going for trek in these seasonal months too. But be
wary that it gets below zero up in the Himalayan regions where normally
you would want to trek to and so you have to prepare your body to
survive in these kinds of high altitude winter climates. Just like that
in the Monsoon months, the trail tends to become muddy, slippery and
most importantly covered with leaches, so if these things don’t bother
you then just book a trip to Nepal as trekking companies always welcomes
tourists who are willing to visit it even during the off seasons.
To conclude, we would just like to say that if you’re planning to
trek in Nepal then you have various options at our disposal to help you
get the most of our trekking packages. Contact us today and go on a
never forgetting trip in Nepal with our expert trekking team.