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If you love mountains, trekking and breathtaking landscapes stretching far beyond your vicinity, then chances are that you are already in love with Nepal. Known for its snow-clad peaks, active adventure tourism and rich Hindu and Buddhist heritage, Nepal is one of the finest countries to visit in the world. The fact that you can do it on a budget (not the adventure activities though) makes it even more alluring. (ALSO SEE 10 best budget-friendly places in the world to visit in 2017) Nepal is home to eight of the ten highest mountains in the world making it the hub of mountaineers and trekkers. The weather in places like Kathmandu is extremely pleasant and ideal for those looking for a romantic vacation. Shopping in Nepal can be a delight and visiting any of the several temples scattered across the country can be rejuvenating. However, it is extremely important to know what is the best time to visit Nepal, in order to have a fruitful vacation. Also Read - HK vs NEP Dream11 Team Prediction, ACC Eastern Region T20 2020, Match 3: Captain And Vice-Captain, Fantasy Cricket Tips Hong Kong vs Nepal at Terdthai Cricket Ground, Bangkok 8:00 AM IST
Best time to visit Nepal
The best time to visit Nepal is during the Autumn months of September to December. This is when the weather is not very cold and ideal for sight-seeing and exploring the many wonders that Nepal is home to. The breathtaking landscapes can be viewed clearly during this time making it perfect for tourists. It is also when the most vibrant festivals are celebrated in Nepal. No wonder it is also the peak tourist season. CHECK OUT 25 countries Indians can visit without a visa Also Read - Coronavirus: 'Follow Airport-like Procedures at Borders' Checkpoints', MHA Issues Advisory to ITBP, SSB
Kathmandu in Nepal
The Spring and Summer months that fall between March and August are quite hot and humid with the later part of the season bringing in heavy showers. Winters months of January and February tend to be quite cold at nights but sunny during the day. This period is relatively quieter than the peak season as one would expect. If you like fewer crowds, snowfall and small elevation treks treks, winter can be a good time for you to visit Nepal.
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