Best Trekking Seasons
Kanchan Shrestha | June 5, 2017
Best Trekking Seasons
If you are willing to travel, seasons come and they go! It doesn’t make a difference, right?
But, well passion for travel is a different thing and comfortable and worthy travel is a different thing. What if you want to see the crystal clear views of the mountains but the clouds ruin away your dreams! What if you want to do a research on the unique flora and fauna, but you chose the dry season! And, what if you are a flower freak!
Therefore, be rational and choose your trekking season as per your needs and preferences. Every season is best for travel as per your motive of travel. But generally, March- May and September- November are considered as the peak seasons to travel to Nepal.
Autumn season (September- November)
With dry, clear and very stable weather, this season is also best trekking seasons in Nepal a very good time to cherish the splendour and magnificence of mountains. You will be blessed with the clear views of awe inspiring mountains, lush hills, forests, rivers and waterfalls. The climate is neither too hot nor too cold; therefore, you can walk around easily enjoying the brilliance of Mother Nature.
Winter season (December- February)
The weather is dry and settled but cold. If cold weather will not cause you a problem, this season can be the best period to visit Nepal. Enjoy the magnificence of the mountains and other natural scenery with a sip of tea or coffee!
Spring season (March- May)
At this period of time, the temperature is moderate and the environment is lush. The temperature rises but the chances of precipitation remains. However, you can taste the vivid and vibrant nature by admiring the flower blossoms!
Summer season (June- August)
This season embarks the beginning of monsoon. The warm and moist air from Indian Ocean brings rain making the road slippery. The cloud patches on the blue skies makes the environment gloomy hindering the clear views of mountains. But it can be the best time if you are interested in research of some interesting flora and fauna.
Choice is yours! Choose the best time for your visit!
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