Appease you inner explorer and take some time to explore the incredible landscapes of Nepal. Learn mountaineering in the sport’s Mecca or cross conquering Mount Everest off of your bucket list.
About one million people visit Nepal every year. The main pulls are mountaineering, hiking and enjoying the country’s unique culture. As a result, its capital and largest city, Kathmandu, can be quite crowded and multicultural during the high season. However, once you get out of the city and into the wilderness, you will feel like you’re all alone. Trips here are generally immersive. The country is very mountainous and poorly connected by roads, so most mountaineering expeditions include days of hiking to the target and climbing up it. Due to the high levels of tourism, pollution is a growing problem in this small country. Remember to always bring back what you’ve brought in.
During the spring and summer, Nepal is generally quite warm. Daily average temperatures are 22ºC and 30ºC, respectively. Of course, higher up in the mountains it gets colder. Rain is not infrequent during the spring and during the summer the monsoon season begins, when the country receives a lot of rain. During the autumn, the skies clear and the country is a bit cooler than during the spring.
Nepali, Maithili and English.
Nepalese rupee (NPR). US Dollars, Euros and the Pound Sterling are also commonly accepted.
Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) is Nepal’s only international airport. There are no direct flight there from Europe, North or South America, but it is will connected with the rest of Asia.
The best time to climb Everest is from April to May. However, the overall mountaineering and trekking season is from April to May and September to November. For ski touring, the best time to visit is from February to April.
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