Season in Nepal :
Autumn: Sep-Nov October and November
are really Nepal's highest months - offering excellent
weather and tantalizing mountain views.
Winter: Dec-Feb This season is noted for occasional
snowfall only at higher elevations. Mountain passes may
be snowbound, hence it is ideal for trekking at lower
elevations, generally below 3000 meters.
Spring: Mar-May Different varieties of wild flowers,
specially the rhododendrons, make the hillside above 5000
meters a haunting paradise during this season. It is mildly
warm at lower elevations and at higher elevation over
4000 meters the mountain views are excellent and temperature
is quite moderate.
Summer: Jun-Aug Summer months really continue up to
mid-September making travel wet and warm. These times
are blessed for the keen botanist as the higher valleys
and meadows blossom with flowers and lush vegetation.
Insect repellent is a nice addition to your What to Bring
list. During this season, you can trek in the rain-shadow
(places are out of reach of the rain clouds because of
the high mountains) areas north of the Himalaya like Mustang
Trekking is normally no more than walking in the mountain.
Your walking trail passes through different landscape, ethinic
villages, forests. Some treks start from low altitude and
step to the higher altitude, some treks starts from high
altitude and step up to higher. some trek are less than
So we catagorise the trek:
1. Easy Level: a trek in a low altitude, not so steepy,
normally non technical, accessible for all.
2. Midium Level: A trek low to high altitude, good health
and good walking experience required, non technical,
3. High level trek: A trek breath taking in altitude, requires
very good health and good experience of trekking, technical
4. Trekking Peak: Trekking is connected with a summit of
5. Expedition. Normally trek starts after your breakfast
0730 to 0800 in the morning. after 3-4 hours lunch break
than after unitl 4-5 o'clock trek continue.The walking is
in average 5-6 hours perday but in some cases
8-9 hours walking also exists.
About Altitude sickness/ accident during the trek:There
is posibility of altitude sickness if you have some of deaseses
like blood pressure. rhume (cold), respiration problem.
Other than this if the height is raidly gained you couldfeel
mountain sickness (Pulmonary Edema: head ache, loss of appetite,
nausea and sometimes vomiting
dizzyness). The accumulation of fluids in the cells and
body can be harmful in the lungs and brain. If the fluid
is collected in lungs there is very difficult situation
in respiration even thought at the time of rest. If one
does not descend down in this condition the fluid generates
cough and finally High altitude Pulmonary Edema. Precaution
of this: We advice you to take fluid as much as you can,
dont rush. use garlic soup during the high altitude. Use
preventive medication like Diamox, Coca ect.
Welcome to Nepal with leading
trekking agency Servising since 1990.
'Namaste, Bienvenue au Nepal avec l'agence népalaise
francophone a but humanitaire depuis 1990'
About Communication with nepalese people:
Nepalese people greet the people by Namaste with two hand.
Please do not touch the wemen by male and men by the wemen.
Remove your shoes to enter in holy places. Do not touch
the drinking vessel on your lips.
About Trekking Permit
/ Entry Fees:
A trekking permit is a must to visit restricted areas
mentioned below. To visit normal trekking areas, no permission
Normal areas Trekking Permit / Entry Fees:
Region Entry : For foreign Nationals -NRS 2,000 P.P.
& for SAARC Nationals- NRS 250 P.P.
Everest and Langtang Region :For foreign Nationals
-NRS 1,000 P.P. & for SAARC Nationals- NRS 250 P.P.
for individual trekkers USD 10
for agency trekkers USD 20