Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal is considered the world’s number one adventure destination for all kinds of trekking, from soft, moderate, to adventurous or challenging feats.

Where travelers can enjoy exciting country walks within the friendly harmony of traditional heritage farm villages throughout the journey, greeted by Ever Smiling Nepalese people. Trekking in Nepal takes you around delightful and amazing scenic Himalayan hills covered with enchanting green woods of tall rhododendron, magnolia, pines, oaks, and fir tree lines to the arid and barren landscapes of the arctic zone of ice and glaciers.

It is truly an awesome and picturesque country to experience once in your lifetime, as one can choose from a day hike to a week trek and continue for several weeks with never a boring moment in the shade of towering and massive Himalayan Peaks.

Trekking in Nepal is a famous and popular destination for great outdoor sports, from mountaineering to trekking and other various activities, due to the country’s highest mountain range, where most of the world’s tallest peaks are located. Trekkers can enjoy beautiful scenery of green rolling hills and scenic landscapes with snow-capped mountain ranges in all trekking regions within the Nepal Himalaya.

Popular and most sought-after adventure destination on this planet, where the world’s top eight highest mountains, Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Cho-Oyu, along with Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt.Manaslu, and Mt.Annapurna, are situated within Nepal. Besides the marvelous views and panorama of Himalayan peaks that can be seen in every place around the country on treks, the various local cultures around villages are equally fascinating to soak into their age-old traditions and impressive heritage lifestyle.

Nepal is a landlocked country between India in the south, east, and west and Tibet and China towards the north, where the Himalayan Mountain Range makes a great barrier between the two countries. Amazing country for its size with an area of just 147,181 sq. km that covers only 0.3% of the earth but is rich in bio-diversity due to unique variation in climates and landscapes that rises above from the lowest 60 m to the world's highest point, Mt. Everest, at 8,848 m high.

Trekkers will be overwhelmed as the walk takes you around fascinating and impressive villages where visitors can witness more than 125 caste and ethnic groups with 123 different languages spoken in the country (CBS, 2014).

When and which seasons to visit for Trekking in Nepal.

Nepal for all seasons depends upon the areas of trekking destinations to choose from our wide range of lists that cover the Far North East to Far North West Regions of the Nepal Himalaya.
Nepal, with four major seasons,

    1. Spring: March to May
    2. Summer: June to August
    3. Autumn: September-November
    4. Winter: December-February.

The best times for the treks are from March to May during springtime, when days are longer with enough sunlight and hills are alive with wild flowers in full bloom, especially the Rhododendron (the national flower of Nepal) of various species and colors.

October to December is another best time when days are crystal clear for views and walks, although it is much colder in the morning and night with short daylight due to autumn, fall, and pre-winter. For short, moderate treks, you can enjoy walks nearly all months of the year except the monsoon wet season of June to August until mid-September.

Trekking during the monsoon can be done around Upper Dolpo and Upper Mustang, as these areas are located in the (windward side) rain shadow. Heavy black clouds are blocked by massive Himalayan Mountain ranges.