Accent Himalaya Provide Excellent Nepal Tour . Nepal is a mystic land with multiple superlatives. Due to its unique topography, 8 out of the 10 world’s highest mountains lie in Nepal. The world’s deepest valley and gorge lie in Nepal. Nepal is also the birthplace of Gautam Buddha (known as the light of Asia).

Sandwiched between two giants India and China, Nepal occupies the area of 147,181 Snowcapped mountains, green hills, perennial rivers, lakes, glacial lakes, water springs, streams, rich and unique culture, tradition, helpful, hardworking and simple people have made Nepalese people known all over the world. Nepal is popular mainly for trekking, touring, sightseeing and other adventurous activities like mountain expedition, bungee jumping, rock climbing, rafting, paragliding and much more. There is hardly anything that can’t be done here. Trekkers usually trek in Annapurna region, Everest region, Manaslu region and other different regions to observe unique and rich topography and biodiversity.

When to Go

The best seasons for trekking are spring and autumn, specifically from March to June and September to November. Throughout this season, the sky is usually clearer and the sun is bearable and trekking and hiking can easily be executed. Nevertheless, if you are adventurous enough and wish to go on a trek or a tour, you can make it despite extreme cold in winter and scorching heat in summer.

During the Monsoon trekking routes are empty as this is the season of rainfall (May and June). Most of the rainfall occurs at night. The upper Himalaya region lies in rain shadow. So, there is very little rain or no rainfall at all. However, the skies look cloudy and trekking trails may get blocked at some places and therefore treks are not recommended in this off-season