Nepal’s weather is generally predicatable and pleasant. There are four climatic seasons:

(a) Spring: March-May
(b) Summer: Juune-August
(c) Autumn: September-November
(d) Winter: December-February

Nepal has four distinct seasons. Spring,from March to May, is warm and dusty with rain showers. Summer is from June to August, and much of this season is dominated by the monsoon, when the hills turn lush and green. Autumn,from late September to November,is cool with clear skies, and is the most popular trekking season. In winter,from December to February, It is cold at night and can be foggy in the early morning , but after-noons are usually clear and pleasant,though there is occasional snow in the mountians.

Because Nepal is quite far south (at the same latitude as Miami and Caro) the weather is warmwer and winter is much milder at lower elevations,including Kathmandu at 1400m. It rarely snows below 2000m.

Most people opt to fly into Lukla (9350 fet 2850) rather than hike in from Jiri or the Arun Valley. Although arriving by plane saves time, acclimatization to altitudemust be considered before ascending upward too quickly. Lukla is a major trekking center, with shops that sell and rent gear. In addition to an airstrip nestled among spectacular peaks, there are many lodges featuring food and accommodations of varying standers, banking, internet services, bakeries, bars, billiards and even a cinema hall. Most these facilities are along the walkway running north from the airport (with some tourist facilities on the south side of the runway, too). There is now even a Yakdonald’s and a coffee shop that has borrowed starbucks famous brand name and has quite a broad manu of delights that would do the mother corporation proud.

Because of its airfield, Lukla is a major staging area for treks and Helicopter excursions up to the Khumbu. The airship was constructed in 1964 specifically to help shuttle building materials to Kunde Hospital above Namche and because of the airport, It has grown into a major tourist hub. Flights to Kathmandu can get backed up during the high season and especially if the weather obstructs visibility and flights are delayed. Confirm you flight out of Lukla as soon as you arrive and Make sure to have few buffer days for your International flight out of Nepal to allow flexibility should delays hit in Lukla. If you consider chartering the helicopter from Lukla to Kathmandu, the going rate is around $3000 USd up to six people.

The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla over the high Himalaya is one of the most exciting Flight in the world. Twin Otter is the primary mode of flight from to Lukla. There are more than four domestic airlines operate the flight to Lukla from Kathmandu airport. The flight is operate only from Kathmandu Tribhuwan International airport. The airport is quite Popular as lukla is the place where most trekkers start their trekking to the Khumbu, Everest Base camp, Gokyo others. During the peak season from September to December and March to may flight are quite busy. For travelers they should have to book the ticket before one or two month. Lukla flight is probably one of the most adventurous airline routes in the world. Due to the high altitude and dangerous route flight is always depend on weather. Some time flight may be canceled due to the bad weather condition. Lukla airport is not facilities by the road transportation. After a two days walking Jiri is the first station of the road transportation. Most of flights are canceled in monsoon season because days are cloudy and windy.

Lukla is the town in the Khumbu area of the Solukhumbu District in the sagarmath zone of North eastern Nepal. Located at the altitude of 2860 meters the place is Popular for visitors to the Himalayas near Mt Everest. The Lukla a small airport servicing the region and Variety of local shops and lodges for tourist, providing the western-style meals and trail supplies.

By Air
The Tribhuwan airport in Kathmandu is Nepal’s only one international airport. The important airliness that serve Kathmandu are Indian Airliness, Thai Airliness, Bangladesh Biman, China Southwest Airlines, Druk Air, Qatar Airways, PIA- Pakistan Airlines, Gulf Air, Sahara Airliness, Jet Air and Cosmic Air. By land
Since it has India on three sides and China on the north, traveling to Nepal by land requires that one pass through either one of these nations. The entry points from India are Biratnagar,Kakkarbhitta, Birgunj,Bhairawa, Nepalgunj,Dhangadi and Mahendra Nagar. The Kodari pass on the Nepal-China boarder is the entry point from China. Tourists entering the erstwhile kingdom by land must possess an international carnet.

Via Asia
You could travel to Kathmandu via Bangkok, Hong Kong and Singapre. There are daily flights to Kathmandu from Bankgkok.If in India,you can fly to Nepal from Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Banglore and Varanasi. There is the spectacular flight from Lhasa to Kathmandu on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thrusday operated by China Southwest Airlines. You can also fly Druk Air from Paro in Bhutan or take a flight from Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Via India
The crossing points from India include Mahendranagar,Dhangadhi and Nepalgunj in the west, Sunauli, Birgunj and Kakarbhitta in the east. Make sure to book your tickets through a reputed agency to avoid getting duped. Also bear in mind that everyone has to change buses at the border whether they book a through ticket or not and that despite claims to the contrary.

Via China/Tibet
The crossing points from Tibet is Tatopani friendship Bridge. There are others crossing points from tibet as Upper Upper Mustang,Dolpo,Simikot and others normally Tatopani friendship bridge is main business crossing points. Its also point to visit Tibet Lhasa, Mt. Kailash exit from Tibet to Nepal. There is also flight to Tibet and Tibet to Kathmandu.

From Europe and Middle East
Qatar Airways and Gulf Air operates daily flights to Kathmandu from Doha and Dubai Pakistan international, Bangladesh Biman and Aeroflot have one-airline service from Europe to Kathmandu. The other option are the charter companies, Austrin Airways has a direct flight from Vienna to Kathmandu and Martin Air operates direct flight to Kathmandu from Aamsterdam.

From North America
You could fly to Nepal via India or alternatively via Bangkok or Hongkong. NAC’s Osaka flight makes good connections with North American flights.

Nepal’s immigration rules are complex,cumbersome and,above all,expensive. All foreigners,except Indians,must have a visa. Visa are issued by Nepal embassies and consulates overseas, or they can be issued on the spot when you arrive in Nepal, either at the Kathmandu airport or at a road border with India or Tibet. If you stay in Nepal for longer than the duration of your original visa,you will require a visa extension. To trek, you must obtain a trekking permit from the immigration office specifying the time and route of your trek.

To obtain a visa when you arrive in Kathmandu you must fill in an application form; in theory you should have a photo-graph,though this requirements is overlooked if you don’t have one. visa application forms are available on a table in the arrival hall;airlines do not normally provides this form on the flight. You can choose between the following visas:

Visa Fee:
Type of Visa valid upto Total cost
Tourist multiple 15 days ————–$25.00
Tourist multiple 30 days ————– $25.00
Tourist multiple 45 days ————–$100.00
Business multiple 15 days ————– $25.00
Business multiple 30 days————–$40.00
Business multiple 45 days————– $100.00
For Visa Extension: Tourists can stay for a maximum of 150 days in a visa year (Jan 1 to Dec 31) extending the visa at the rate of 2 US $ per day. However, a minumum amount of 30 US$ has to be paid for a period of 15 days or less.

(For further information,please,contact Department of Immigration, Maitighar, Impact Buiding, Kathmandu, Tel: 00977-1-4221996/4223590/4222453, Web: www.immi.gov.np)

Customs & clearance all baggage is subject to customs check at the point of entry.Visitors are allowed to bring in the consumable articles such as liquor one bottle up 1.15 litres, 200 sticks of cigarette, 15 rolls of photo film and 12 rolls of movie camera film. Visitors are also allowed to carry one binocular, one camera, one movie camera, one video camera, one radio,one tape recorder, one bicycle,one wrist watch,one set of fountain pen, one perambulator,15 radio cassettes & 10 disk records into the country on the condition that they are declared and are to be taken back on return. Carrying narcotics, arms and ammunitions are strictly prohibited. Visitors can export souvenirs from the Department of Archaeology, National Archieve Building, Ram shah Path, Kathmandu, Gold, silver,precious stones,wild animals and their skins, horns, etc, all drugs wheather processed or in their natural state are prohibted to export.

Taxes international Departure Tax includes in Ticket fee.

Every single trekkers trekking in Nepal required to have a trekking permits in most Trekking areas. Trekking in Everest, Annapurna, Langtang required trekking permits. Trekking permits includes national park entrance fees. Trekking permits could be obtained from Government register trekking company in Kathmandu. To obtained the permits you need to summit 2 photo graph along with your passport copy. Your permit will be checked at every park entrances and trekking route.

1. Annapurna Conservation Area ———– Rs. 2000.00 per person
2. Makalu Barun Conservation Area ——– Rs. 2000.00 per person
3. Langtang National Park —————- Rs. 1000.00 per person
5. Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park —- Rs. 1000.00 per person
6. Rara National Park ——————– Rs. 1000.00 per person
7. Shey Phoksundo National Park ———- Rs. 1000.00 per person
8. Manasulu Conservation Area ———— Rs. 2000.00 per person

There are Restricted trekking areas in Nepal, Trekking in the restricted areas is only allowed through registered companies with the Government. Those trekking company you trek with will organize the relevant permit work.

The fees are as follows.
1. Upper Mustang and Dolpo ———- USD 500.00 Per person for the first 10 days and USD 50 .00per person for extra days.
2. Manaslu USD 70.00 (Dec-Aug) per person/week and USD 7.00 for extra days per person. USD 90.00 (Sept-Nov) per person/week and USD 10.00 for extra days per person.
4. Dolpo and Kanchanjungha ——— USD 10 Per person/week.
5: Humla Simikot——————– USD 50.00 per person/week and USD 7.OO Per week.
6: Gaurishankar and Lamabagar —— USD 10.00 per person/week

The money for the permits you pay goes for the conservation and development of the areas.

Tims card (Trekking Informtion Management System)
Along with the trekking permits for every National park or conservation areas TIMS (Trekking Information Management System) card is required. The cost of the TIMS Card is US $ 20 for those trekkers who trek with out trekking company and US $ 10 per head who join with trekking company. TIMS card is checked before entry the national park and conservation areas.

Tims card will not be Required
1. Trekkers trekking in the Controlled areas permitted by the department of Immigration.
2. Expedition or Peak climbing permits.
3. Visitors with certain Mission connected by Government.

Visit western side of namche Bazzer at sunset when the sky is drenched with color and peaks are aglow with rose and purple hues. The Sagarmatha National park headquarters and information center above Namche on the ride to the east (the area is referred to as chorgang ) is a great place to get to know the region. At the very least, you will be rewarded with impressive mountain views from this ride top location, including Everest. The center has information boards with details about the history of the area and its people, flora and funa, mountaineering and geology. It is closed Saturday and public holidays but otherwise open from 8 AM to 4 PM. {In the area near by the park headquarters is a Sherpa cultural Museum and Everest, climbing history with an interesting section on climbers, too.

Namche’s famous weekly market, held on Friday and Saturday at the southern end of town, is a lively affair. The weekly Merket is not of Sherpa origin but actually started in the 1960’s by an Nepal army officer In Namche. It was established to meet the demand of an inflow of Nepali civil servants sent there when the Panchatyat hierarchical system of governance, replaced a centuries old self-rule in the region. There is another daily market Near the large chorten at the south end of Namche.

Nepal is premier adventure, culture, heritage and wildlife tourist destination. The country is unique by its unmatched beauty and cultural diversity. The country is the home to eight of the 14 mountains above 8000 meters and hundreds of other snow- capped. It offers a wide range of attractions to the adventure lovers. Behind a successful adventure holidays there is a great hand of management. Years of experience and working capacity of our members, now we Global Holidays Adventure team are being Everest specialist trekking company in Nepal. We offer you wide variety choices from specialized package tour to tailor-made trip throughout the Everest region and trekking destination of Nepal.

Everest Trekking is an exhilarating journey and non-stop feast of majestic peaks, Cultural treasures and breathtaking attractions! The welcoming People, regal monasteries, radiant mountains, delicious home-stay food and swill, along with a united nation of international travellers combine to make the Khumbu a trekker’s paradise and a lifetime highlights.

Everest Trekking is good as it gets for mountain scenery and Himalayan trekking. The area boasts more well-endowed vistas than you will likely have in your entire life. This wondrous land is populated by the heartily Sherpa following a timeless way of life. Known as the “Tiger of the Snow” for their aptitude at high elevation, Sherpa are the local guardians of the Himalaya and trusted climbing partners in the mountains that they considers divine.

There is much to explore in this Sherpa homeland favored by Mother Nature including the historic Everest Base Camp, dazzling Gokyo Lake, and the ambitions Three Passes circuit among numerous, inviting side-tours.