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Tour in Nepal

Home to world’s eight highest peaks including Mt. Everest, Nepal is the most sought after tourist destination a landlocked country in South Asia and is world’s youngest republic. However, it has an extremely diverse topography, with the Himalayas in the north, the plains in the south and everything else in between. It has every season, floras and faunas that can be found on earth. Every year from every nook and corner of the world, people visit this country in a great numbers. It is considered an ideal holidaying spot for those who wish to spend their vacations in the lap of mother-nature. It is one such country which offers every element to the nature lover in the form of refreshing hill stations, towering snow-laden peaks, meandering rivers, mesmerizing waterfalls, wildlife parks, fruits laden orchards and ranges of floras and faunas. In terms of scenic beauty and natural attractions this small country has not any competitor in the world. Beautifully encircled by the lofty Himalayas it is a stunning country and lovingly called as kingdom of Himalayans.

Tour Season in Nepal

Tour in Nepal can be undertaken throughout the year. There are four seasons in Nepal. Each season has its distinct attraction to offer. The seasons are classified as follows:

Autumn Season (Mid September to November):
Autumn season, the monsoon the skies are generally very clear, the days warm and the evenings cool. This makes an ideal time to trek or climb at higher altitudes. Autumn is considered the best time for trekking in Nepal, which offers excellent weather and exciting mountain views and opportunities for spectacular landscape photography. Temperatures are moderate, making it a good time for a trek in any region. Occasional short storms may dump snow at high altitudes. Autumn is the most popular season in Nepal for trekking and Mountaineering although some mountains may be in a better climbing condition in spring period. Snowy Horizon Treks and expeditions offers a plenitude of tours and adventures from cultural and spiritual, to adventure biking and mountaineering.

Winter Season (December to February):
Generally you will enjoy the clear skies with crisp days but cold nights at higher altitude. This is a good time for a short trek on lower and mid altitudes, where the temperature still remains pleasant and with fewer trekkers on the trail. This season is noted for occasional snowfall only at higher elevations hence it makes crossing higher passes difficult and dangerous. We offer special tours on lower and mid elevation, spiritual and cultural trips to Lumbini the birth place of Lord Buddha and jungle safaris in Chitwan national park. The trees dropped the foliage and you have now bigger chance than in other times to see the fauna.

Spring Season (March to May):
Spring is the perfect season to enjoy spectacular mountain flora with the blossoming of the giant rhododendrons; days are becoming warmer making higher altitude trekking particularly comfortable. This is the one of the best season of the year for any trekking, offering different varieties of wild flowers, specially the rhododendrons making the hillside above 2500 meters fiery red. It is a good time to take a trek to the Everest Base Camp and this is our special spring offer. The Everest Base Camp is a beehive of mountaineering activity and an exciting place to visit.

Summer Season (June to September):
Summer months really continue up to mid-September, when monsoon typically ends, making travel wet and warm. These times are a blessing for the keen botanist or photographer as the higher valleys and meadows blossom with flowers and lush vegetation making this the perfect time to capture Nepal in all its full beauty. The only areas unaffected by rain are the rain-shadow regions north of the Himalayas: Mustang, Dolpo, Humble and the Jumla-Rara Lake and of course some regions of Tibet. We offer special biking tour in to the kingdom of Mustang. The end of winter is crisp and comfortable for a paddling activity.