Nepal and Climate


 Nepal attracts tourists and trekkers as much for the variety of its landscapes as for the warm welcome of its inhabitants. In less than 200 km, the land altitude goes from the Terai plains in the south with an altitude of 100m, to more than 8000m in the north. Near Nepal’s border with Tibet border are 14 peaks of more than 8000m, including Everest (Sagarmatha the “roof of the world”) with its 8,848m altitude. In the valleys between these peaks are hamlets and villages inhabited by many ethnic groups. These communities support a variety of trekking possibilities Many trekking routes in Nepal are so famous that the concept of trekking is inseparable from the country of Nepal. Among the many famous treks are the Annapurna Circuit, the Everest Base Camp, and the Manaslu Circuit. Also increasingly popular are trekking routes in the Langtang and Rolwaling Valleys, in the Kangchenjunga region, and in the mythical lands of Dolpo and Mustang.

                       Nepal -- Land of Buddhism and Hinduism

Although the historical Buddha (Siddhârta Gautama) was born in Nepal Lumbini near the Indian border. the vast majority of Nepalese are  Buddhist and Hindu. The presence of the Buddhist religion in the mountainous regions near Tibet means that in Nepal, more than elsewhere.  these two religions blend together in perfect harmony; the superb Kathmandu Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a perfect example of the architectural beauty of these two religions with the sites of Bodnath, Pashupatinath, Swayambunath, Bhaktapur, Patan, etc.

Trekking Seasons in Nepal