Best time to visit: March to May, and September to December
Difficulty level: Moderately difficult – Level 3
If you plan to take these treks alone, usually you’ll find a room with multiple beds and shared washroom facilities. The charges include a nominal fee of approx. INR 200 for the bed, and meals are separately charged at the rates between INR 400–700. Be prepared to pay a little extra for other services such as hot showers, battery charging, Wi-Fi, or heaters during winters. Trekker’s Information Management System (TIMS) is mandatory for everyone who wants to trek in Nepal. (TIMS Permit): NRS 2000/ USD 20
Best time to visit
Each season in Nepal has a distinct attraction to offer. The spring season (March-May) offers a distinct view of wild flowers and that’s when the weather is mildly warm towards the lower elevations and gets colder as you move up! The other time to undertake treks in Nepal is during the autumn (September-November) when you can experience the best weather and tantalizing mountain views.
How to reach Nepal?
Railway: If you’re a traveller from India, you can get to the nearest railway hub of New Jalpaiguri or Jayanagar, cross the border and hop on a bus to Kathmandu which takes about 12-14 hours
Nearest Airport: Take a flight to Kathmandu airport and then a 40 minute flight to Pokhara
Bus: There are direct bus service from Delhi to Kathmandu that takes about 25 hours. From Kathmandu, you can take a local bus to Pokhara and the travel time is about 7 hours.