Trekking in Nepal around the glorious Himalayas is often believed to be the best adventurous activities to experience in the world. Being the premier holiday site for the activities full of adventure like trekking, paragliding, white water rafting, rope gliding, canoeing and bungee jumping, Nepal has been successful in attracting the adventure enthusiast and lovers from all over the world.
Whether it be trekking and exploring opportunities in the most popular regions of Nepal like Annapurna, Everest and Langtang or feeling the thrill of wilderness in the jungle safari at Chitwan National Park; the reason to visit Nepal is limitless. Icicles adventure treks is one of the premier tour operators, running over 20 treks this year, with accommodation being a mixture of camping and lodges on the classic standard trek to Everest base camp. Some of its autumn departures are already full, so hurry if you want to go in the heart of Himalayas this season.
The main seasons to embark in for the trekking in Nepal are dry seasons from (February to June) and (late August to Late November). You will get the clear views and avoid the rain that creates the obstructions while trekking. It is advised to go for trekking at rain shadow areas like upper dolpo and mustang region as these areas receives less rainfall and provides the opportunity to explore the unique landscapes and cultures mainly influenced from Tibetan Buddhism.