Trekking in Nepal

  • Trekking in Nepal

    Nepal, a legendary destination, attracts many tourists from around the world as much for the variety of its landscapes as for the warm welcome of its inhabitants.

    To the south, the plain of the Ganges. This is the Terai region with its rice fields, its exuberant jungle, its animals including some endangered species such as the Royal Bengal Tiger.

    To the north, the Himalayan range, 8 of which are 14 peaks over 8000 meters in Nepal.

    Mount Everest "the roof of the world" with its 8848m. Next to his little brother the Lhotse 8515m. The Kanchenjunga 8586m. The Makalu 8463m. The Cho Oyu 8201m. The Dhaulagiri 8167m. The Manaslu 8156m. The Annapurna 8092m.

    Nepal is also a rich encounter with the many ethnic groups that populate its valleys and mountains.

    The Himalayan mountains are not just for experienced mountaineers. They are suitable for all levels of hiking. For the pleasure of walking, panoramas, authentic meetings with the locals

    For this, Mt Jannu adventures offers tailor-made itineraries, whether you are a group of friends, a family, a school trip or a business trip. The trekking areas are varied, across Nepal, on the borders of Bouthan, Tibet and India. The treks are done in tents or in lodges depending on the place or the season.













    The seasons for a trek in Nepal:

    The monsoon regime conditions the choice of zones.

    - Autumn, from the end of September to mid-December, offers an optimal climate on all the massifs. It’s a good season for trekkers. Good weather and good visibility on the summits.

    - Winter, from mid-December to the end of February, Clear skies and good sunshine. Cold, dry weather. Risk of snow at altitude. Ideal period for treks at medium altitude and the advantage of a trip without tourist crowds.

    - Spring, from March to mid-May, It’s the explosion of vegetation, the boom of giant rhododendrons above 2500m. The temperatures are mild during the day and cool in the evening up to 4000m. This makes the altitude trek more comfortable.

    - Summer, from June to mid-September, It’s the monsoon in Nepal. Heavy rain makes trekking conditions unfavorable. Except for the Mustang, the Dolpo, the Nar-Phu valley which are sheltered. This is an opportunity to discover remarkable routes.

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