Monsoon Season Trekking In Nepal

Monsoon Season Trekking In Nepal
Monsoon Season Trekking In Nepal

Nepal is only one country in world, where travellers can do trek and travel all season in a year. Monsoon Season in Nepal starts from mid-June and ends at early September, the monsoon brings rain, humidity and an increase in temperatures to most of Nepal. True - mountain views are often obscured by cloud, temperatures get uncomfortable, and it rains daily. And yes, there are leeches. But thanks to the sheer height of the Himalaya, many of the best treks lie in a rain shadow that stretches across northern Nepal. Even in the upper reaches of the Everest region, you'll see far less precipitation than the lower regions of Nepal.
The advantage of trekking in the monsoon is that you have the trails to yourself, the full attention of the local teahouses, and a more intimate overall experience with the local people and culture. Also, the rivers are surging, the fields are green and spring is in bloom.
Beside the Himalayan Treks & Expedition organizing many interesting trekking and Tour packages at lower part of Nepal, Mustang Region, Annapurna Region, Everest Region, Langtang Regionand Dolpo Region Of Nepal.
 

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