Nepal, the land of Himalayan splendor is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with a number of places and landmarks to enthrall the mind and soul of a traveler. Located in the lap of Himalayas, the nation offers a wide array of travel options to the wanderlust community starting from an opulent yogic ambiance to multiple wondrous adventurous activities. Such is the natural and spiritual richness of this nation that people find it hard to take eyes off its breathtaking beauty.
While the essence of Nepal has always been flourishing as a Yoga and spirituality destination, there is no dearth of amazing sites and settings for travel freaks. Home to seven of the ten highest mountain summits in the world including the world’s highest, Mount Everest, Nepal witnesses a huge traffic of travelers and globetrotters all around the year. Every month and season of the year comes with distinctive specialties in Nepal, however, November is considered as the most pleasant time to explore the Himalayan Kingdom. Let’s discuss some of the amazing experiences one gets in November, making it the best month to visit Nepal.
Magnificent view of the snow-laden Himalayas
November marks the season of winter in Nepal. The beauty of the winter season is that one doesn’t have to worry about the scorching heat that the Sub-continent receives during summer. One can have a glimpse of the magnificent panorama of the snowy mountains. Although snowfall is commonplace in the higher reaches of the mountains throughout the year, plenty of places in the lower regions as get beautified by the whiteness of snowflakes in the month of November and December. If you are a trekking lover, who loves to go deeper into the scintillating beauty, there is no better time than November to set your foot on the sacred land of Nepal. The snow-packed trails of the Himalayas will no doubt nurture your heart and soul.
Clear skies, mesmeric environment and comfortable temperature make Nepal a truly blissful destination in month of November. Since monsoon leaves Nepal by September, the sky looks crystal clear with little to very less chances of rain. Nepal weather in November is one of the most talked-about topics among the travel and nomadic communities because the temperature remains equitable throughout the daytime and the cool breeze mesmerizes the core of one’s soul. Whether you have landed on the spiritual soil of Nepal with travelling, yoga or adventure, the best can be experienced in the month of November.
Quiet sightseeing atmosphere
What’s more beautiful than exploring the amazing panorama of Nepal in a peaceful environment with much less crowd on the streets? This is mostly an off-season and you get to see a various facets of this beautiful nation when you plan a holiday to Nepal in November. The chilling winter is actually a boon for the travelling community, since food and accommodation can be enjoyed at affordable prices and sightseeing becomes an easy and pleasant task. A completely unadulterated aspect of nature awaits your presence in Nepal and welcomes the photographer in you. Admire the architecture of multiple historical temples such as Pashupatinath Temple, Shri Dakshinkali Mandir, Boudhanath Stupa, etc. in the serenity of the Himalayas.
The nobility of Yoga at its best
Yoga is an intrinsic part of Nepal’s culture. The ancient science has been prevailing in the country since the Vedic era. Yoga is one of the major factors Nepal is known for, and thousands of yogis visit the Himalayan nation every year in search of the finest standards of Yogic education. In the midst of Nepal’s thriving natural heritage, picturesque waterfalls and wonderful mountains in November, Yoga in Nepal turns into a delightful experience. Thanks to the heart-enticing atmosphere, you can see a number of yogis indulged in various Yoga poses provoking you to fall in love with the spiritual discipline. Take part in a wide range of Yoga retreats – from trekking Yoga holidays to Himalayan spiritual retreats, to rejuvenate your soul in the best way possible.
Best time for adventure-seekers
There is no doubt in the fact that November is the best time for adrenaline junkies in the Himalayan region, owing to a number of options available for adventure-seeking souls. From trekking through the Himalayas’ breathtaking trails to camping in high passes and from challenging the endless sky with paragliding to the chilling experience of rafting in Trishuli River, Nepal is the storehouse of incredible encounters. Along with witnessing the astounding vegetation, Nepal also offers an opportunity to come in contact with the various kinds of floras and faunas in the National Parks.