No matter where you visit in the Indian Subcontinent, you’ll experience something completely new. This magical part of the world boasts breathtaking sights and scenic vistas that you won’t forget in a hurry.
From the perfect mirror image of the Taj Mahal in its lotus pond to the River Ganges, the majestic tigers and charming tea plantations, this country is sure to impress. Be sure to savour the local cuisine, such as a tasty paneer curry with a glass of lassi on the side, for a true taste of the region. Plus, pay a visit to Rajasthan to spot elephants in their natural habitat as you wander the authentic streets.
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Monsoon season extends through September, but by October the weather is clear and sunny. With the monsoons finished, the country is lush and green and the air fresh and clean.
With pleasant temperatures, sunny skies, and excellent mountain views, early spring or late autumn are our favourite times to visit Nepal. From October to November the country is verdant and green after the monsoon season; March and April see warm temperatures with sunny skies.
Early spring in Nepal is comfortably warm with beautiful, clear views of the surrounding mountains. Flowers burst into bloom and the days are sunny and warm. By May, the temperatures become hot and the coming monsoon season hangs in the air.
Summer in Nepal sees the beginning of monsoon season, when frequent heavy rains and storms fall in the afternoon and night and occasionally throughout the day. Temperatures and humidity are both very high in the summer.
Winter brings cool, dry weather and clear skies with good visibility to Nepal. In the mountains snow falls occasionally. Temperatures are comfortable by day but very cold at night.