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Thursday, December 17, 2015

trekking in nepa l: The best time for Trekking

Time to visit or Trekking in Himalaya

In Himalayas  has two main trekking seasons, pre-monsoon & post-monsoon.

Pre-monsoon season

The pre-monsoon season starts around the end of February and up to the end of May. In late February it is still the tail end of winter so temperatures are colder especially at higher altitudes. Early March is a good time to visit places at a lower elevation (between 800m and 2000m).

As one gets into April and May it will be very hot & sweaty at these lower altitudes and visibility keeps very poor.  Weather become haze from dust & pollution from Northern India as well as smoke from villages in the Himalayas.

If you are looking to trek high passes over 5000m like Cho La, Larkya La or Dhampus Pass it is better to leave it until April & May. If you attempt passes in March you will normally find that they are still blocked with winter snows, whereas by April and into May much of this snow has melted.

A typical characteristic of pre-monsoon weather is to get clear blue skies in the morning with clouding building during the day. Often there is precipitation in the afternoon and then the skies clear off again in the evenings.

One of the best advantages of trekking in the pre-monsoon season is that there are fewer other trekkers around compared to October & November.

Post-monsoon season

October is the best  trekking month in the Nepal Himalayas. This is because the weather is generally stable with clear blue skies with god visibility  and, unlike the pre-monsoon season, it is often clear for the whole day with no afternoon cloud blocking the sun.

The beginning of the post-monsoon trekking season starts at a different date each year as it depends on when the monsoon finishes. Sometimes the stable weather can start in early to mid September whereas other years it can go into October.

By mid October the weather should have settled, this is the best time to view the Himalayan peaks and for photography because the monsoon has cleared the dust and other impurities from the air. As the season progresses into November the weather becomes more stable and predictable with most days having sun and blue skies. The temperature begins to cool off especially in the evenings once the sun has gone down, for this reason you should make sure you have a warm sleeping bag!

It is also possible to trek during December although of course the temperatures are colder at night. This is one of my favourite times of year to visit more popular places like the Khumbu because there are far fewer people around compared to October and November.

It is possible to get snowfall at this time of year and if it does snow it is likely to settle at a relatively low altitude and could stay on the frozen ground for a long time. However, over the last few years there have been dry winters in the Himalayas so has been a great time to trek.

                              At a glance in all month wise

Cold and icy but generally clear skies. “…Sometime around mid-January. Very quiet (few people) in winter season, cold at night, fresh and beautiful
Cold, icy but warming towards the end of the month

Good weather. Not too cold high up, not too warm down below.
Getting hot in lower Region

Hot, sweaty and hazy weather

Weather Cooling down with rains



Monsoon dies away, haze and rains still possible.

Magnificent Weather

Fabulous, cooling down weather but you can still streaking comfortably.

Very very cold weather and not suitable for trekking.

Tourism in Nepal : Manaslu Vally

The Manaslu Trail Race is Nepal’s most beautiful Himalayan landscapes in a part-circumnavigation of Manaslu, the world’s eighth highest mountain are present here. Its about 8,163 metres (26,781 ft) high above sea level. It is located in the Mansiri Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayas, in the west-central part of Nepal. Its name, which means "mountain of the spirit", comes from the Sanskrit word manasa, meaning "intellect" or "soul". Manaslu was first climbed on May 9, 1956 by Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu, members of a Japanese expedition. It is said that "just as the British consider Everest their mountain, Manaslu has always been a Japanese mountain.

The mountain's long ridges and valley glaciers offer feasible approaches from all directions, and culminate in a peak that towers steeply above its surrounding landscape, and is a dominant feature when viewed from afar.

The Manaslu region offers a variety of trekking options. The popular Manaslu trekking route of 177 kilometres. 

Manaslu Himal, as it is popularly known among trekkers, provides views of the snow-covered mountains of the Himalayas and allows close interaction with the different ethnic groups who live in hill villages scattered along the trek route.

You Must come to visit this area and take the test of Himalaya. Best wishes for your journey to Nepal. Best of luck for treakin in mountain also. Thanks

Saturday, October 31, 2015

India Tourism: Five Beautiful beach in Goa

Forget the beaches of Australia, Thailand, Indonnesia and head to some of the most amazing beaches of Goa, India.

Goa is a travelers' paradise, Fanny adds taste. Wide beaches, courteous hospitality,
tasty sea fish and assortments make the journey enjoyable. In our list, We doscuss there are total five best beaches of Goa for your’s vacation.

1.         Mandrem Beach
Situated in North Goa, Mandrem is a tranquil beach and counted among the most beautiful beaches in Asia. Serene and scenic, Mandrem is preferred by honeymooners. The secluded beach provides the much needed privacy for the honeymooners. A sleepy small village, there is nothing much to do in Mandrem. Laze around on the beach or take a swim in the clear waters or visit the eateries to enjoy local food, Mandrem is ideal for do-nothing vacation.

2.         Agonda Beach
Counted among the most scenic beaches in Asia, Agonda Beach is serene and clean beach. It is ideal if you want to spend time meditating, catch up on your reading or simply, enjoying the sun. Agonda is relatively less crowded than the other beaches of Goa. And that means lesser crowds, more privacy and loads of opportunities to enjoy solitude. If you crave for some activity, jump on a country boat and go dolphin spotting. Cabo de rama and Cola beach are also worth a visit.

3.         Baga Beach

One of the most popular tourist spots in Goa, India . Baga is known for its beach parties, nightlife and amazing seafood served at its beach shacks and restaurants. During tourist season, the beach is line with rows of shacks. It is famous for its water sports and dolphin cruises. If interested in wind surfing Baga beach also offers an opportunity to enjoy Wind Surfing between January and March. National Wind Surfing Championship is also conducted every year around September – November at the Baga beach.

4.         Candolim Beach

Situated very close to Baga, Candolim’s beach is counted amongst the most beautiful beaches in India. Under the shadow of popular beaches like Baga and Calangute , Candolim escapes the hordes that visit Goa during peak season.
Candolim village has another reason to fame. It was the first village to convert to Christianity in the 16th century.

5.         Cavelossim Beach
Situated at the mouth of Sal River, Cavelossim beach is serene, flanked by paddy fields and coconut groves. As most tourists head for the more popular beaches, Cavelossim witnesses less crowds. Its contrasting black rocks and white sand make it a delightful beach for a pleasant evening.

Finally Goa is very clean, quite catholic (important for some people) and very cheap oof the season. There are so many beaches in north and south part, so you can choose what you want - quiet or busy and lively beach