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Adventure holidays in Nepal

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The main trekking season in Nepal is from October to mid-May when daytime temperatures at most altitudes are generally comfortable for walking or cycling, the sky is clear much of the time and rain and snow are occasional occurrences.

Himalaya treks

Top trips in Nepal

Best times to go to Nepal

The main trekking season in Nepal is from October to mid-May when daytime temperatures at most altitudes are generally comfortable for walking or cycling, the sky is clear much of the time and rain and snow are occasional occurrences.

Nepal Earthquake.
Update 7 October 2015

We’re delighted to say that following changes in the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office travel advice the green light has been given for travellers to return to Nepal. We’re thrilled by the FCO’s decision, which mirrors our own reports from staff in Nepal who hav... Read more

e been meticulously checking every route to ensure that these areas are safe and ready to receive visitors.

This is great news, not just for travellers who are keen to hike amidst the highest mountains on Earth, but for the Nepalese people who rely on those travellers for their income. And it is with that in mind that Exodus has decided to donate GBP100 for every person who books any Nepal trip before the end of October (this donation offer is now extended to 15 November) to the people of Nepal. Over the coming months we will be carrying out phase two of our earthquake relief plan, which involves re-building houses for those who lost their homes earlier this year.

For more information about our ongoing efforts to help Nepal on the road to recovery, read the recent interview with our MD Pete Burrell, as well as our Nepal news page and supporting article: 9 Reasons you should go to Nepal

Exodus offers a range of Walking & trekking, cycling, cultural and wildlife holidays in Nepal. With eight of the world's ten highest mountains found in Nepal it really can be no surprise that this country has become a mecca for all walkers. Whether it's around Everest or the Annapurnas, Nepal's mountains are a draw for trekkers of all abilities. If you like your walking holidays to be leisurely with comfortable accommodation we have many Premium adventures holidays for you. Alternatively, if you're a hardened trekker and relish the thought of 17 nights camping surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery then there's the tough but rewarding expedition to Mera Peak. One word says it all when it comes to Nepal: Himalaya. This magical mountainous kingdom sits high on the spine of the world’s most famous mountain range. Nerve-tingling scenery, a complex culture and some of the best walking trails in the world all contrive to make Nepal a real Shangri-La for the adventure traveller. Trek to the top of the world, raft down raging rapids, or just contemplate the meaning of life, the universe and everything in this most spiritual of nations.


Nepalese Culture

For the majority of the locals, life in Nepal adds new meaning to living on the edge. Life is a delicate balance of high altitude, hard work and social festivities, all steeped heavily in ancient tradition. Although a poor country, Nepal's culture is very rich. The intermingling of traditions and faiths has created an intricate tapestry where religious tolerance and harmony are the norm. Many different ethnic groups co-exist here, all with their own distinct social identities and cultural patterns. Extend your warmth and respect and in return you will receive a genuine insight into this fascinating world.

Nepal Activity Holiday:  Essentials

1. Trek the Everest trails

Most activities here revolve around the mountains, with Mount Everest taking the spotlight. The Everest trail takes you through the Sherpa heartland with awe-inspiring views. Thyangboche monastery offers one of the finest mountain viewpoints in the world. Trekkers up for the ultimate challenge aim for Everest Base Camp located on the rugged Kumbhu Glacier, and at the foot of the world’s tallest peak.

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2. Cycle from Lhasa to Kathmandu

Cycling from Lhasa, in Tibet, to the Nepalese capital is an epic journey that takes adventure cycling to new levels. This overland route takes in high altitude desert, awesome mountain passes and the north face of Everest before an incredible 40km descent into Nepal.

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3. The Annapurna Circuit

What Everest has in size, the Annapurna range more than makes up in sheer diversity. It takes in virtually every range of scenery Nepal has to offer, ranging from the sub-tropical to alpine forests, from semi-desert to mountain passes. It is also home to many tribal villages, both Buddhist and Hindu. On a walking holiday you’ll get to meet the hospitable people of these remote villages.

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4. The best of the rest…

Nepal isn’t just about mountaineering. Lush valleys give way to incredible gorges and rivers, a stunning backdrop to its amazing flora and fauna. Wildlife holidays don’t come much better; elusive snow leopards inhabit the mountains and Chitwan National Park is home to elephants and rhino. Walking, cycling, river rafting and elephant bath time are perfect activities for an unforgettable adventure holiday.

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Best times to go

September - December

Chance to summit Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak in Nepal
Cycle through rural villages with superb Himalayan views

January - May

Trek through Sherpa heartland to the foot of the world's highest peak
Complete one of the world's classic treks

Exodus Insights

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