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Seasons and permits

Nepal has 4 seasons: spring, from March to May, is warm and quite dusty with few rain showers. Summer, from June to August, is the monsoon season, and it normally rains a lot during these months. Autumn, from September to November, is cooler with clear skies; this is the most popular trekking season. In winter, from December to February, it is cold at night and it can be foggy in the early morning. The afternoons are usually clear and pleasant at lower altitudes, though in the mountains it is quite cold. October and November are the most popular trekking months in Nepal. During this time, chances are high for clear skies and great mountain views. The nights are usually cold in the mountains, but the bright sun makes for pleasant day temperatures (above 20s° C, falling to 5° C at night...
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Information About Nepal

Welcome to Nepal History Records mention the Gopalas and Mahishapalas believed to have been the earliest rulers with their capital at Matatirtha, the south-west corner of the Kathmandu Valley. From the 7th or 8th Century B.C. the Kirantis are said to have ruled the valley. Their famous King Yalumber is even mentioned in the epic, ‘Mahabharat’. Around 300 A.D. the Lichhavis arrived from northern India and overthrew the Kirantis. One of the legacies of the Lichhavis is the Changu Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first Thakuri king took over the throne from his father-in-law who was a Lichhavi. He married off his daughter Bhrikuti to the famous Tibetan King Tsong Tsen...
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Tips for your safety

Trekking in the mountains is a rewarding and unforgettable experience. However, it is important to keep your safety in mind. Weather conditions can change any moment and in case of an accident, medical help is not always easily available. Have a look below for some guidelines and tips on health & safety during your trip. Keeping those in mind will also help you to enjoy your trip more! Preparation Read about the destination you are going to and make sure you know the details of your trek. Make sure you have proper clothing for all weather conditions (warm clothes, rain gear and hat, scarf and gloves). Make sure you have the necessary (mountain) equipment suitable for the specific terrain. Be prepared for challenging weather conditions, especially if you go trekking in high...
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Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) has given its inputs for the development and implementation of Great Himalaya Trail. In a meeting organized by Planning and Evaluation Division of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) at the ministry’s office in Simhadurbar on December 2, TAAN President Ramesh Prasad Dhamala and CEO Gangasagar Pant said GHT should be developed and promoted as a global brand. The meeting was chaired by tourism secretary Suresh Man Shrestha. The ministry has assigned the responsibility of identifying necessary components for the effective development and promotion of GHT to Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN). The ministry has asked to submit its suggestions in the next meeting. In the program, Wouter Schkalen, Tourism...
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