When is the best time to visit Nepal?
The peak periods for hiking are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), when you will have clear skies and magnificent mountain views. This is also the time when the trekking route is the most crowded. Winter (December to February) and summer (June to August) are also good seasons to travel-although the weather is unpredictable, these two months provide a unique experience and fewer tourists. For Chitwan National Park, winter is the best time to visit, because the temperature there is pleasant, the leaves are sparse, and wildlife can be better viewed. Check out our article on the best time to visit Nepal.
What is the difference between customized travel and group travel?
Customized travel is a travel plan tailored to your travel dates and personal interests, while group travel (which is provided by most travel companies) is pre-packaged and departs on a specific date. Group travel is also open to others, while private travel is only open to you. Our specialty is organizing customized travel because we believe this is a more meaningful and beneficial experience.
How can I get a visa to Nepal?
For most countries, a visa can be obtained upon arrival in Kathmandu. It takes about 45 minutes, which is the most convenient way to get your visa. Please read our Nepal travel visa processing procedures.
How many days should I stay in Nepal?
If you mainly want to experience the cultural and natural essence of Nepal, you can spend 5-7 days having a great experience, you can visit two regions (possibly, Pokhara and Kathmandu). To enter the Himalayas during a long trek that lasts several days, you need at least 10 days to reach higher altitudes and adapt safely. 14-20 days is ideal for long-term traditional trekking in Nepal or combining multiple areas and activities into one visit.
What is Nepal teahouse trekking?
Teahouse trekking in Nepal refers to staying in a local hotel or mountain hut every night. These cabins are basic, consisting of 5-10 rooms, with a common area for eating and going out. Most trekking tours in Nepal are tea house trekking, where hotels are run by members of the local community.