The rainy season is over and autumn colors begin to flood the landscape. Days are long, sunny and crisp. October sees maximum tourism, so plan in advance.
April is when Tibet slowly comes out of its winter, heralding the start of tourism. Expect clear skies and great views of wintery landscapes, with snow-capped mountains and thawing lakes. Temperatures continue to rise through May. June to August is the wet season, which may mean cloudy days and impaired views on mountain treks, but the countryside is lush and green, still attracting tourists.
Winter sets in and the landscape freezes over. Hard-core trekkers will still use this time to avail of rock-bottom rates. Many mountain passes may be closed. January is the windiest months. The Tibetan New Year is celebrated in February, which is a 15-day celebration, but in the past the Chinese Government has often refused visas during this period. The thaw starts only early-April onwards.
These boys have been showcasing the magnificent Himalayas from the seat of a mountain bike for near on 30 years. It helps that they are also highly trained and accomplished athletes who have won several mountain triathalons and tourism awards over the years. Their motto: To go deeper and deeper into the heart of Nepal's terrain and people, is what they strive to do, luring you onto trails few bikers have ever ridden. The true-blue immersive Himalayan experience: no saddle-junkie should pass this up.
The roof of the world can be a tricky place to negotiate, which is why this company was created back in 1997 to guide you up and down its slippery slopes and take you straight into the beating heart of its culture. Tibetan owned and operated, this is the Kingdom?s leading adventure travel company. Almost two decades of excellence in the business have got them prominent mention in the top travel publications of the world.
Showcasing the magnificent Himalayas has been their passion since 1990. After 26 years of creating world-class itineraries covering trekking, biking, archeological and wildlife trips, their sterling reputation made them to go-to guys for Werner Herzog, the legendary documentary film-maker, in 2002. The company has pioneered several interesting forms of travel throughout Nepal.The praise has been unfailingly flattering, so line up for the best experience of this formidable and breath-taking part of the world, with these experts.
18 years and counting and over 15,000 travellers, and this is only the beginning for this intrepid team of Himalayan experts led by a pioneering entrepreneur of Nepal Tourism, for whom nothing is impossible. They are continuously pioneering new activities like high-altitude sky-dives, endurance races and death-defying collaborations with Discovery Channel. Recipients of numerous local and international awards and citations, they have even served on the country's official tourist board. Sign up. The Himalayas just got a whole lot easier.