Best time to visit Nepal

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Trekking Season

March–May | September–November • activity

Trekking in Nepal is one of lifetime adventures, since the Himalayan mountains are the highest in the world, and ​nature is unique

Observing Everest from the Gokyo Lakes

mid September–mid December | March–May • activity

Nepal's largest glaciers with pristine turquoise water are a perfect spot to observe snowy mountains

Honey Hunting Season

October–November | May–June • activity

One of the ​unique activities in Nepal is gathering honey from the wild bees' nests. Men are climbing high cliffs to get to the nests and harvest the honey


November 05–09, 2018 • event

Also known as Swanti or Diwali, the festival lasts for five days and includes different events dedicated to animals and family members

Nepal Tea Harvest Season

late March–early November • activity

Nepal may not be the most famous tea producer, but the taste of this country's tea is unique and fresh


Holi Festival

March 02, 2018 • event

A Hindu festival celebrated with lots of colours and picturesque traditions

Safari at Chitwan National Park

October–May • activity

Take a safari trip at Chitwan National Park to get a chance of seeing rhinos, tigers, and, of course, mighty elephants

Red Machhendranath

around April • event

One of the biggest events, that are socially important for Nepalese, features a huge decorated chariot moved around the city of Patan

Paragliding over the Pokhara Landscapes

September–February • activity

It might be one of the most dangerous activities, but the unique view that you get is totally worth it


February 16–March 02, 2018 • event

Also known as Tibetan New Year, Lhosar is celebrated by all Tibetan-speaking populations in a very colourful way

Boating with a View

December • activity

Boating on Phewa Lake or further situated Rara and Phoksundo lakes is one of the top experiences in the winter period​

Mustard Fields in Bloom

April • nature

Mustard is a vital plant for almost all Asian countries. In Nepal its yellow bloom covers many fields, making it a top destination for beauty seekers

Sel Roti

October 18–22, 2017 • food

Synonymous to great festivities, this delicacy is the real taste of Nepal

Extraordinary Golf

January–February • activity

Playing golf in the most exotic field in the world might become your lifetime experience

White Water Rafting and Kayaking Season

September–May • activity

Although rafting and kayaking during the monsoon season might sound exciting, only a few rivers are accessible. Therefore, try to make sure you are travelling outside the notorious season

Janai Purnima

August 26, 2018 • event

One of the biggest days for higher class Hindus. During the event, ​the pilgrims bathe in the sacred water and change the threads on their hands

Chhath Festival

October 24–27, 2017 • event

Originally Indian, the festival honours the god of sun. It is celebrated only in Terai region of Nepal

Dashain Festival

October 09–23, 2018 • event

One of the most important festivals in Nepal, Dashain is all about community building, worshipping and, of course, a marvelous tradition.! However, it is also a major source worry for animal protection groups

Dumji Festival

May or June • event

Celebrated by the Sherpa community in Namche Bazar, the festival celebrates the birth of Guru Rinpoche on a lotus flower. It is a colourful and spectacular event, organized by one family from the village

Gathia Mangal

July – August • event

A Newar festival that celebrates the expulsion of the demons from the country


January 12–February 10, 2017 • event

Worshipers of Swasthani and Shiva take a huge massive bath together, which is believed to make miracles

Yomari for Yomari Punhi

late December • food

A special delicacy for Newari Yomari Punhi celebration

Canyoning at its Best

mid September–December • activity

Canyoning is a unique way to experience Nepal's lush nature while participating in one of the most exciting activities ever

Gai Jatra Festival

August 08, 2017 • event

The festival to commemorate the deaths of people throughout the year, is a picturesque one and unique to Kathmandu Valley and its Newar and Tharu communities