Nepal winter trekking: As we know that, Nepal is best known for the world’s greatest mountain range. Nepal boasts eight of world's 10 highest peaks, including Mount Everest - the world’s tallest peak. Above the Himalayan trekking has been operating the best treks in Nepal, offers an astonishing diversity of trekking and sightseeing attractions with full of adventure opportunities. If you are looking for isolation and unbelievable outlook, winter season in Nepal is great time to trek. You can utilize your winter Leisure time to explore Nepal and take benefit for your lifetime experience during Winter Holiday. The winters in Nepal are very beautiful with extremely diverse climatic conditions found in the North and the South of country. One can truly appreciate the natural beauty at Nepal winter season trekking.
As we know that, Nepal has diverse climatic conditions so you can select of the winter vacation destinations in Nepal to enjoy the hill and snowy climatic treks. During the winter, there is usually snowfall only at the higher elevations, but brick winds and colder temperatures generally confine trekking to lower elevations. You can enjoy with snow capped breathtaking panoramic long range mountains views of Himalayas during the winter trekking in Nepal. Kathmandu (Temple City in the World), Pokhara (world famous paradise and Heritage City), Lumbini (Lord Buddha born place), Chitwan (world famous Jungle safari wildlife) site are some of the winter travel destinations in Nepal.
The most popular treks like Ghandruk, Ghorepani trek, Namche Bazaar Trek, Everest view Trek, the Annapurna Base camp trek, sunrise Trek etc are done at this time of the year. The advantage of winter trekking is you will find the trekking trails and villages with fewer trekkers and enjoy the beauty of the Himalayas in solitude. And there would be low season airfare, off season hotel and transportation rate and other many causes; traveler can have quality services and facilities with low cost during this trek. You will experience the hospitality of the local people spending your winter holidays in Nepal.