Nepal

In Nepal, “destinations are not measured in kilometers but by how many days it takes to hike there.” For good reason, the country is often thought of as a spiritual retreat in the heart of the Himalayas. Guilded temples, storied mountains, jungle wildlife and charming villages are just a few of the reasons why the country is so compelling.

GREAT FOR

Culture, Adventure

WHEN TO GO

Skies are clear and give way to spectacular views between October and December. January and February are Nepal's coldest months, which, if you can handle the chill, mean snowy peaks and quieter trekking trails. Monsoon rain arrives in June and tends to linger until September.

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