Autumn in the Himalayas
Views of the Himalayas are at their best during autumn, where the weather is dry, the countryside luscious green and the air clean and crisp.
The trip of a lifetime
Timing is everything when you choose to take the trip of a lifetime to see the might of the Himalayas.
Suffice to say, the depths of are to be avoided, as they have been known to be a little on the parky side!
But autumn…now that’s the perfect time to feast on the magical sights of Nepal in the shadow of the greatest of all mountain ranges at the top of the world.
Autumn weather in the Himalayas is far from harsh; pleasantly warm, with the air crisp, clean and invigorating.
A lush blanket of green
It is in autumn, too, that the Himalayan countryside transforms into a lush blanket of green to stir the soul.
You can stay in the waterside idyll which is the bucolic Phewa Lake in the natural wonder of the Pokhara Valley.
And among the most mindblowing experiences of autumn in the Himalayas is an unmissable stay at a jungle lodge in Chitwan National Park.
This is where the big guns of nature hang out; Chitwan National Park is home to Royal Bengal tigers, the one-horned Asian rhinoceros and sloth bears among other incredible and rare wildlife.