Introduction

NEPAL GENERAL INFORMATIONS

Nepal is one of the world’s richest countries in terms of biodiversity, thanks to its geographical location and variations in altitude. The country spans from 60 meters above sea level to the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, at 8,848 meters, all within a distance of 150 kilometers and encompassing a range of climates from subtropical to arctic. Although Nepal covers only 0.1% of the Earth’s surface, it is home to an impressive array of biodiversity, including:

  • 2% of the world’s floral species.
  • 8% of the global bird population (with over 848 species).
  • 4% of the world’s mammals.
  • 11 of the 15 butterfly families found worldwide (comprising more than 500 species).
  • 600 families of native plants.
  • 319 species of exotic orchids.

Some of the most well-known sites in Nepal include:

  1. Annapurna Sanctuary – a paradise for hikers.
  2. Kathmandu – explore hundreds of narrow streets filled with old buildings and eclectic shops.
  3. Boudhanath Stupa – an impressive meditative monument located in Kathmandu, one of the largest in the world.
  4. Rivers such as Trishuli, Kali Gandaki, Bhote Koshi, Marshyangdi, Karnali, and Sun Koshi – for white-water rafting and kayaking.
  5. Bhaktapur – an ancient city with stunning courtyards, temples, medieval squares, and amazing statues.

Some of the most well-known sites in Nepal include:

  1. Annapurna Sanctuary – a paradise for hikers.
  2. Kathmandu – explore hundreds of narrow streets filled with old buildings and eclectic shops.
  3. Boudhanath Stupa – an impressive meditative monument located in Kathmandu, one of the largest in the world.
  4. Rivers such as Trishuli, Kali Gandaki, Bhote Koshi, Marshyangdi, Karnali, and Sun Koshi – for white-water rafting and kayaking.
  5. Bhaktapur – an ancient city with stunning courtyards, temples, medieval squares, and amazing statues.
Population
29.5 milion
Language
Nepali, English
Capital
Kathmandu
Religion
Buddishm, Islam, Hindouisme
Money
Nepalese Rupee
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Best Time to Travel to Nepal

The best time to visit Nepal is between October and December when the skies are clear blue, and the views are spectacular. It remains dry until April, and the temperature varies by region. January and February can be quite cold, especially at night, with average temperatures around 6°C in places like Namche Bazaar. However, you’ll be rewarded with clear skies, incredible vistas, and quieter hiking trails due to fewer visitors. High-altitude trekking is not recommended during this period.

Late spring in May is a beautiful time to travel when rhododendrons are in bloom. The heat and humidity increase, with temperatures reaching up to 35°C in Chitwan National Park.

The monsoon season runs from June to late August, with clouds obscuring the magnificent mountain views. Heavy rains and landslides make travel difficult, and many places close, so it’s best to avoid the country during this time.

 

REGIONJanFebMarAprMaiJunJunAugSepOctNovDec
Kathmandou17°C
16 mm
19°C 20mm24°C 34mm27°C 58mm28°C 120mm28°C 250mm27°C 390mm27°C 345mm26°C220mm25°C70mm22°C 7 mm23°C5mm
Pokhara22°C 101mm22°C 31mm24°C 12mm27°C 18mm29°C
47mm
29°C 520mm29°C 390mm28°C 695mm27°C 370mm24°C 530mm22°C 221mm21°C 208mm
Chitwan Parc National°C 18 27mm20°C 20mm30°C 15mm35°C
32 mm
35°C 85mm29°C 520mm28°C 730mm28°C 690mm27°C 375mm26°C 125mm22°C 5mm19°C 4mm

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