How Nepal blooms during Spring?

Published Date: January 18, 2018

How Nepal blooms during Spring?

Spring is one of the four prevailing mild seasons, succeeding winter and preceding summer. Spring or "springtime" refer to the season, and also to ideas of rebirth, renewal and re-growth. This period of time is considered one fo the best for visiting Nepal, trekking, climbing and exploring the nature and himalayas of Nepal. 


Why Spring?

Spring season also referred as the peak season to do the trekking and mountain climbing in Nepal as it is the Nepal's first peak season, succeeding the dry winter season. It’s one of the best times to explore Nepal because during this season, trails are free from snow, different varieties of wild flora and fauna and blossoming of alluring rhododendrons can be marked which makes higher altitude trekking more delightful and satisfying. The flowers and greenery along the trails allows the people to strike the marvelous view of the mountains. Infamous regions of Annapurna, Everest, Langtang and many others can be discovered with great fun in this season of the year.


During this season, most of the trekking routes to offbeat regions, base camps and cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara will be crowded with travelers, trekkers, mountaineers and adventurers. The vibes that you feel on the trails are something different. The nature, vegetations, sounds of birds singing, himalayan views and of course charm on faces of Trekkers are so adorable that you wish your Trip never to end. 

The absolute trekking and climbing evidences will be a combination of adventure, culture and spiritual those take place in world’s most spectacular settings throughout the globe. Lots of choices and ranges of activites can be done. Nepal never fails to disappoint it's visitors and admirors.  



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