Nepal is a haven destination to trek for every trekker around the globe. Though a year round travelling destination, some challenging trek routes are only convenient during the season. Now that the monsoon season has come to its end, Nepal’s perfect season to trek is to kick off. Usually, the episode of rainfall in Nepal starts in June and ends in the first week of September. Thus, the dawn of September shows the promise of great trekking holidays in Nepal. This peak season for trekking grants you the spectacular view of the Himalayas with clear sky above you. So, the inbound of trekkers from every corner of the globe is expected to be high. For lesser traffic in Himalayas, you can opt to trek in the less trekked region of Nepal.
Here are some reasons why now is the best time to book trekking holidays in Nepal.
Of course the weather!
Although the weather of Nepal is unpredictable throughout the year due to geographical positioning but the four months starting from September is the best time to trek. From September, you don’t need to worry about the weather as the monsoon season will have already come to an end. However, trekkers might experience slight rainfalls in the first and second week of September.
Some of the acclaimed trekking routes in Nepal attract the trekkers from all around the world. So, you will be meeting lots of other fellow trekkers on your way to these acclaimed trekking routes. But if the traffic in Himalayas annoys you then picking less travelled trek routes can be an alternate for you. However, Trekking routes like Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp are some of the high profiled trekking routes in Nepal which are sure to have lots of admirers on the way. Butit’s always fascinating to listen to other travellers stories while sipping hot tea in the Himalayas.
Nepal is a multicultural country with unity in diversity. Although Nepal celebrates festivals year round but the biggest of them all is the festival of Dashain and Tihar. If you are planning to trek in Nepal during October end and November, then your trek might concur with the grand festival of Dashain and Tihar in your visit to Nepal. The festival of Dashain lasts for ten days and Tihar for three days.
This is the time when the monsoon clouds do not bother the routes anymore. The sun will be high and shining with clear sky. Trekkers will get to see the scenic beauty of Nepal in no better way than this time. Slight snow may fall during this season which makes the season even more dazzling.
These are the few of many reasons why the months of September, October, November and December months have been considered the best time to trek in Nepal by many.