500 Scheduled Holidays, 1000 Tailor Made Holidays & Special Interest Holidays @ Unbeatable Prices & Service Inclusions
500 Scheduled Holidays, 1000 Tailor Made Holidays & Special Interest Holidays @ Unbeatable Prices & Service Inclusions

Bhutan India Nepal Tibet
Bhutan: Temperature and weather vary with altitude. The southern belt and the central valleys are cool and sunny in winter and hot and wet in summer. The lower eastern valleys are warmer. Winter (Nov-Mar) is sunny with relatively warm days, but below-freezing nights. Spring, (mid-Mar-May) is cool and stormy as the temperatures rise. The monsoon (mid-June-Sept) is warm and cloudy, with rain falling mostly at night. Autumn (October) has clear skies, warm days and cool nights.

Nepal: The climate is primarily temperate, except in the tropical regions. The monsoon (June to mid September) is too wet for most trekking, but it is the Tibet season. The countryside is beautifully lush at this time. The main trekking seasons are October-November and March-April, normally with excellent mountain views. Winter (Dec-Feb) is dry and clear, but at high altitudes it can go down to �10 degrees or less; Kathmandu can get up to 25 degrees Celsius. Spring (March-May) is slightly hazy, but the rhododendrons and orchids are particularly beautiful. Maximum temperatures are around 28 degrees Celsius. Lightweight clothing is necessary for all trekking seasons, and warmer clothes according to season and altitude.

India: Our trips in India are from Sept-June to avoid the monsoon rains and take advantage of the most temperate season. Daytime temperatures rise to 30 degrees Celsius or more; skies are clear and dry. Nights are cool, dropping to freezing point at higher altitudes.

Tibet: The climate of Tibet is extremely dry, with strong sun and harsh wind. During the summer (April-Oct) when we run our trips, day temperatures can reach 29 degrees Celsius, whereas night temperatures can drop to well below freezing at elevation. Occasional monsoon rain can sneak over the Himalayas in June and July; generally no more than brief afternoon showers.

  • Your staff on the trek were excellent, helpful & extremely friendly! I will never forget this experience! Thanks to all & see you again.
    Mr. Walter Rayher Denmark Trip - Langtang Valley

  • Excellent leader and service from all staff. Excellent relationships with them all.
    Mrs. Teresa Brass Maidenhead, UK Trip - Annapurna Sanctuary
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