Nepal is home to the most spectacular mountain scenery on the planet as well as some of the richest forest habitats on the subcontinent. Planning a trip to see both tigers and Everest is very possible in Nepal and the specialists at Imagine India can design a tailor-made luxury holiday to fit around your exact requirements.
Born of one man’s passion to conserve ancient architectural techniques, Dwarika’s is both a labour of love and a luxury heritage hotel in the heart of Kathmandu, offering discerning guests a unique chance to savour the life of a medieval Nepalese king.
Nepal is a mythical and beautiful country embraced by the Himalayas. But, don’t get it wrong, Nepal is not only a mountain destination. Treks to the Annapurna Range and Mount Everest could blend to perfection with tours to the historical heritage of Kathmandu valley or with tiger safaris in the Chitwan National Park. If you love adventure holiday, get an adrenaline rush by white water rafting, kayaking or mountain biking in extreme landscapes. You will be amazed at the friendliness and openness of Nepali people and their fascinating culture which, being sandwiched between India and China, still succeed to maintain its unique features.
Step away from the typical tourist trail to discover the hidden gems of Asia and India. Explore an enchanting world of stunning temples, remote villages and untouched paradises on a once-in-a-lifetime holiday to Asia.
A luxury, eight day itinerary giving you the chance to enjoy an amazing stay in Kathmandu, a unique scenic flight over Everest and a three day trek in the impressive Bhutan.
When to go to Nepal
Nepal has the typical monsoonal, two-season year. The dry season runs from October to May and there’s the wet (monsoon) season from June to September.
The Dry Season - October to May
Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May) bring near perfect weather and are definitely the best times to come to Nepal.
This season is characterised by sunny days and warm nights.
Spring (March to May) comes with occasional rain falls. Pokhara is warmer and more pleasant than Kathmandu during winter.
The Wet Season - June to September
From June to September, is the monsoon season.
Uncomfortable time to visit as the climate of Nepal at this time of year brings about hot weather and rain falls almost every day.
Due to its lower altitude, Pokhara is hotter before the monsoon and wetter during it than Kathmandu.