Enjoy the most amazing trekking in Nepal.
Nestled between the majestic Himalayas and the warm plains of India, Nepal is a country of snow-capped peaks and sherpas, yaks and yetis, and monasteries and mantras. The Himalayas are the main objective of many mountaineers, given that Nepal offers the most iconic and accessible routes to discover it, with steep trails that lead, among others, to Everest, Annapurnas and Upper Mustang. In addition, the 2015 earthquake only slightly affected most of the trekking areas.
Another attraction is the adrenaline rush that involves rafting through turbulent rivers or bungee jumping in a deep gorge of the Himalayas. You can practice canyoning, climbing, paragliding, mountain biking or kayaking in some of the most spectacular landscapes in the world. There are those who prefer to discover Nepal at a more leisurely pace and contemplate the mountains from a viewpoint, wander through the medieval squares and temples of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur, or take a spiritual tour of stupas and centenary monasteries with Buddhist pilgrims. Nepal is still the cultural center of the Himalayas: the Kathmandu valley holds magnificent palaces, tiny sanctuaries hidden in alleys and wonderful temples.
Low season & high season
High season (October & November): Clear skies and warm days make autumn the high season. Thousands of people walk the trails of the Everest and Annapurna regions; Kathmandu accommodations are filled and prices go up.
Mid season (March & April): It is the second best time to travel and trek; Warm weather and magnificent rhododendrons in bloom.
Low season (June – September): Monsoons cause landslides and clouds obstruct views. Rain, mud and leeches deter many, but hotels offer great discounts and it is a good time to go to Tibet.
Our trips in Nepal