How to Plan the Perfect Summer Trip to Nepal
Summer Trip To Nepal

The summer is finally here—and one of the best things about summer is the chance to go on an adventure trip. While we may not want to get too caught up in planning and booking our summer trips—there is a lot to consider when planning a trip to Nepal, especially one that will be both exciting and memorable. Here are some of the most important things you need to consider before you plan your trip to Nepal. 

It’s summertime and you want to enjoy some amazing scenery with your friends? Why not make a dream vacation into reality? We will provide you with the best tips and tricks to plan a perfect trip to Nepal, a paradise on Earth.

Planning your next summer trekking trip to Nepal is the best way to enjoy the mountain scenery, witness beautiful monasteries, and discover an ancient culture. A lot of people make the mistake of trying to plan their treks during the rainy season. This makes sense if you’re looking for an easy trek to get away from city life. But when you travel to the Himalayas, it’s best to go in the dry season.

You will have fewer problems finding accommodations and will be able to enjoy your trek in full. So, what’s a good time of year to trek in Nepal? The best time of year to go to Nepal is during the hot, dry summer months of June to August. You’ll be staying in some of the most beautiful parts of the country, while also visiting historical and religious sites. This is a great opportunity to get out of the city and experience some of the best parts of the Himalayas.

Planning a summer trip to Nepal? This guide gives practical tips, including what you need to bring, how to choose the best itinerary, what activities are worth doing in Nepal, and what to avoid, as well as what not to do during your trip.  

1. Choose an Adventure Vacation Destination

So, you’ve decided to take your family on a vacation, but where should you go? There are many reasons why people choose a specific location as their holiday destination. Others may choose to travel because of the available fun activities. There are many different types of vacations. Some are short-term, while others are long-term. There are many options when it comes to choosing a vacation. Whether you’re looking for adventure, relaxation, or both, you can find the perfect vacation spot.

Summer trip to mustang
Lo-mangthang Upper Mustang

 2. Plan the Details and Book It

The second step in this process is planning, and while it may seem like a lot of fun and a lot of planning. It can also be a headache and a drag if done incorrectly. The most important thing to keep in mind when planning any trip is that you need to make sure that you are comfortable with whatever itinerary you choose. Think about the weather in your area, what time of year you plan to travel, how long you plan to stay, and where you plan to visit. Also, do some research about where you plan to stay, and what activities will best suit your interests. This way, when you arrive in Nepal, you’ll be prepared and ready to enjoy the country, and yourself. 

3. Practical Tips for a Summer Trip to Nepal. 

If you are planning a summer vacation, here are a few tips that may help you plan an enjoyable and rewarding trip. A visit to Nepal can be both exciting and educational at the same time. While you are enjoying the beauty of the mountains and the cultural heritage, there is a lot to see and experience. However, you should know a few things before you visit Nepal. 

Summer trip to Upper Dolpo
Upper Dolpo Nepal

For travel to Nepal, you should make sure that you pack the right clothing. You should avoid wearing anything that has pockets and that is too tight. You will also need to carry an umbrella, sunglasses, sunscreen, and a hat. Bring along your passport, a visa, and a credit card. Make sure that you know the emergency contact numbers in case something happens to you. Your passport should be valid for at least six months. You may also want to consider carrying some extra cash in case you need to buy anything while you are away. If you want to go to Nepal, you should take a lot of photos to document your trip. This is especially true if you are going with friends or family.

4. Why Choose Nepal as a Summer Vacation Destination? 

According to a 2012 study, only 17% of Americans plan on traveling abroad during summer. This makes it the perfect time to head to Nepal, where the average summer temperature is 82 degrees Fahrenheit (27.2°C). With the mountains as your backdrop, you can take in stunning views while enjoying the fresh mountain air. There are over 12 different national parks throughout Nepal, making it easy for you to explore the vast beauty of the country. There are plenty of hotels, inns, and resorts to choose from, each offering all the amenities you’ll need to spend your holiday relaxing and having fun.

Summer trek to Upper Mustang
Kagbeni – the gateway to the Upper Mustang

5. Things to Do in Nepal during the Summertime. 

During the summer in Nepal, you can take advantage of some amazing opportunities. The first is to go to Nepal in the Summer. There is nothing more relaxing than a trip to Nepal because you get to enjoy all of its natural beauty and breathtaking scenery. The second thing to do in Nepal is go hiking. The summer season is the perfect time to go hiking, and there are many places to go hiking. You can hike through the countryside and see some of the most breathtaking views. 

For many people, summertime means trips to tropical beaches and vacations in warmer climates. But for some people, like me, summertime means traveling. There are some wonderful places to visit in Nepal throughout the summertime. So I’ve put together a short list of the places you should go to in Nepal if you are looking for an adventurous trip that will help you see Nepal from a whole new perspective. 

Shey Phoksundo Lake
Shey Phoksundo Lake

There are many places you can visit in Nepal throughout the year. Many people prefer to stay in the cooler months because it is usually less crowded. Some of the places you should visit include Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Kirtipur, Lukla, Lumbini, Rara National Park, Chitwan National Park, Annapurna, Pokhara, and Mustang. Most of these places are beautiful and will leave you with memories that you will always cherish. If you’re looking for adventure, you can try the trek to Everest base camp, hiking in the Annapurna region, or trekking in the forests of Shey Phosundo National Park.

 6. Pack the Perfect Backpack For Your Summer Trip

To get an idea of what to pack for a summer trip to Nepal, you should first start with a general packing guide. If you’re going to be traveling during the monsoon season, you’ll need a variety of layers to keep you warm while you’re hiking through the mountains. You also need to think about what you’re bringing along for a week or two. Do you want to bring a tent or backpack? Can you afford to bring both?

7. Make a List of What You Need to Know Before You Go

Planning is important if you want to have a successful trip. So, you should make a list of all the things that you need to know and prepare for your travel. There are many things you should consider including such as where you will be traveling to, what your travel itinerary is going to be, what you will be doing, and what you are going to eat. All of these things will help you prepare for your travel.

In conclusion, you don’t need to visit Nepal to experience the beauty of the Himalayas. What’s important to remember is that you don’t need to wait until you retire to experience life. You can still travel, see new places, and experience adventure while working full-time. If you want to start planning your summer vacation to Nepal, take a look at my guide: How to Plan a Summer trip to Nepal. You can save a ton of money by booking your hotel, flight, and tours before you leave on your trip. 

Let me help you plan the best trip to Nepal for your next adventure, no matter how big or small it is. 

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Kumar Lama
Kumar Lama is a founder of Himalayan Exploration Treks Pvt. Ltd. He is leading a team of travel professional offering tailor made travel services across Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan.


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