Sunday, July 14, 2024

5 Things To Go For This Autumn

Autumn is the most popular time to visit Nepal, with increased foreign tourists in September and October. This article presents 5 tempting things to go for as local tourists to explore autumn experiences.
Make sure you bring a light jacket for cooler evenings, and if you plan to hike or climb at higher altitudes, pack cold-weather gear.

You will learn that Nepal contains hidden jewels best seen during specific seasons. Some locations are excellent at certain seasons of the year. When deciding where to go, keep the weather in mind.

Here’s a list of activities to do in autumn to make the most of your visit as the leaves change color.

1 River Rafting

Rafting in Nepal

Most people are familiar with trekking, but did you know Nepal has some of the best river rafting spots? It’s true, and October is an excellent month for river rafting because the rivers are nearly done with their wet season. The rivers of flow through breathtaking views of hills, mountains, and lush forests. The price is affordable, the guides are knowledgeable, and they are pleasant.

2 Paragliding Pokhara

Paragliding through the mountains

In October, paragliding in Nepal is a must-do adventure. Clear blue skies and breathtaking mountain views await you. Pokhara, in particular, is famous for being the world’s best destination for combo paragliding, so seize the opportunity. Are you ready to feel the thrill of flying like a bird? You’ll be accompanied by a trained teacher, assuring a safe experience. You should be in awe as you take in the breathtaking mountain views and sparkling lakes below.

3 Wild Safari

If you are less adventurous, try going on a nature safari vacation. Chitwan National Park is Nepal’s most well-known jungle safari destination. Nepal Kameleon Holidays’ Meghauli Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour (02 Nights/03 Days) provides a calm break from the stressful city. While most guests visit Sauraha Chitwan, they also offer the opportunity to visit Meghauli, which has fewer tourists and excellent hospitality. You’ll be served three meals per day, including breakfast, lunch, and supper, as well as a choice of activities such as elephant-back jungle safaris, village visits, bird watching, and canoe excursions. This might be just your thing to go for this autumn.

4 Explore The Old Realms


Do not have a large budget to waste? Then, you’ll be happy to learn that numerous old alleyways in Kathmandu Valley are simply waiting to be found. Visit old towns close to the Kathmandu Valley, like Tokha, Khokana, Kirtipur, Sankhu, Panauti, and Dhulikhel. Immerse yourself in indigenous people’s fundamental cultural values, traditions, and customs. If you want to experience the authenticity of ancient customs and a touch of modernization, Bandipur, Gorkha, Lamjung, and Besi Sahar provide a unique blend. These sites provide great house stay experiences, giving you an authentic view into local culture and daily life and numerous possibilities to engage with your hosts and their neighbors.”

5 Trekking

mountain view

Last but not least, treaking. This is the peak trekking season in Nepal, so how could I pass it up? It falls in October and November, especially in high-altitude locations. If you want to go trekking during this time, consider the Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, or the Langtang Gosaikunda Circuit Trek. Expect stunning scenery and ideal weather conditions. You can visit the Langtang Circuit Trek, which encompasses the Langtang Valley, Gosaikunda Lake, and the Helambu Valley, as well as the base camps of the world’s highest peaks, Mt. Everest (8848 meters) and Mt. Annapurna (8091 meters).

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