Ultimate Guide About Teahouse Trekking in Nepal

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Nepal is known as a paradise for hikers, and there are various routes suitable for different people.

Located at the southern foot of the Himalayas, Nepal is one of the most scenic countries in the world and the country with the second-largest altitude difference on earth. Along the foothills of the Himalayas, the topography of different levels has a quite different landscape. From the Tara Plain, 100 meters below sea level, to the Kathmandu Valley at 1,300 meters, to the 8 snow-capped mountains above 8,000 meters above sea level, to Mount Everest, the top of the world, every quick flash of a shot will be undoubtedly a feast of vision.

Nepal is known as a paradise for hikers, and there are various routes suitable for different people. Nepal now has at least dozens of mature trekking routes, from entry-level to the toughest, you can easily choose the route that suits you. In this travel guide, you will not only read a detailed introduction to the best time for hiking in Nepal, trekking routes, and trekking costs, but also all aspects of teahouse trekking in Nepal.

Best Time for Trekking in Nepal

The best time of the year for Nepalese trekking is from Mid September to Mid November. The air is clear, the sky is blue, and the temperature is pleasant. One thing to note, the hotel is often overcrowded during the peak season. Please book in advance.

 

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