|Price Per Person || Select By Date to 30-09-2019|
|No of Person||2 Star||3 Star||4 Star||5 Star|
|2 - 3 Pax||6152||7412||12452||15152|
|4 - 6 Pax||5825||7085||12125||14825|
|7 -13 Pax||4765||6025||11065||13765|
This Price Valid From 01-04-2019 To 30-09-2019
|No of Person||Economy|
This Price Valid From 01-01-1970 To 01-01-1970
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Arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu. Welcome, meet, assist by our representative & transfer to hotel. Welcome drink followed by tour briefing. Evening is free for your own leisure.
Overnight at Kathmandu.
Breakfast, proceed for the full-day sightseeing to Pashupatinath Temple and Boudhanath Stupa, After refreshment continue sightseeing to Swoyambhunath Stupa and Patan Durbar Square. Return to hotel & overnight at Kathmandu.
Full day at your leisure for the personal activities like shopping at different super market & departmental stores, explore the tourist hub “ Thamel “ on your own. Evening you may enjoy the different varieties of restaurant & bar with the live musical shows. Return to hotel.
Overnight stay in Kathmandu.
Free until you are transferred to international airport for onward journey.
|Package Code: NHI148|
|3 Nights / 4 Days|
| Holiday Type
Interrnational Holidays, Pilgrim
| Cities :
The average temperatures during the day generally reach highs of 7°C (45°F) where as the nights are very cold as the temperature drops dramatically. The average minimum temperatures during the night generally hit lows of 3°C (40°F).
It is essential that you pack warm clothes for the night whilst you are in Kathmandu.
Kathmandu also experiences fogs in the early morning; sometimes these foggy conditions can last until mid day.
January also happens to be the driest month in the whole year.
Kathmandu is not that cold during the day, however it gets chilly during the nights.
It will be advisable to carry enough warm clothing and to look for hotels with heating facilities.
You will also have to make sure that the hotel has a back up generator, as Kathmandu electricity board has load-shedding timetable everyday due to the shortage of electricity.
It does not generally snow in Kathmandu and there are quite a few tourists around during January as well.
There are a few sunny, clear and bright days; however visibility can be a problem due to the fog and cloudy weather.
The temperatures in February are very similar to those in the month of January.
The average temperature during the day tends to be around 8°C (49°F) whereas the nights are very cold, and the mercury dips down to the freezing zone of 0°C (32°F). In February you can expect to enjoy sunshine for 5 to 7 hours a day.
It is advisable to carry enough warm clothing and book into a hotel with heating facilities.
Also make sure that the hotel has a good back up generator, as Nepal electricity board carries out load-shedding due to the shortage of electricity.
Sometimes electric supply can be cut off for as long as 5 to 8 Hours.
The month of February also experiences less visibility as the weather is cloudy and foggy.
Most of the time the mountains are covered by cloud or fog and cannot be seen. However you can still get a few clear and sunny spells throughout the month.
Kathmandu experiences warm and sunny days throughout March. You can experience a good amount of sunshine, about 8 to 9 hours a day.
The average daytime temperature generally hovers around a pleasant 26°C (79°F) whereas the average minimum temperatures generally drop down to 5°C (41°F).
The nights can get very chilly, so it is advisable to carry some warm clothing and also make arrangements for a heater in the hotel.
The average daytime temperatures are around 30°C (86°F) whereas the average minimum temperatures are about 12°C (54°C).
However some nights can be quite cold comparatively, even dipping to freezing temperatures, so make sure you have enough warm clothes packed to protect you.
April is sunny and dry most of the time.
This month is very similar to April.
However May is considered even hotter as, during this period, even the night time temperatures stay quite high.
The average day time temperatures are around 30°C (86°F) whereas during the night the average minimum temperatures drop to around 20°C (68°F).
June is hot and muggy in Kathmandu.
The day time temperature can even reach up to 40°C.
The end of June also marks the beginning of the rainy season.
Nepal receives quite a lot of rain, which could even be described as relentless.
Nepal receives 80% of its rain from June to September.
The average daytime temperatures are around 27°C (81°F) whereas the average minimum temperatures are around 6°C (43°C).
The month of July is rain season in Kathmandu, and as a result it receives the most amount of rain in the whole year.
It generally rains around 374 mm (about 14 inches).
The average temperature in Kathmandu in July is 24°C (75°F), reaching highs of 27°C (81°F), and dropping to lows of 21°C (70°F).
If you are travelling to Kathmandu during this period, be sure to carry a decent raincoat and mosquito repellent, as the number of mosquitoes increases significantly.
It is also advisable to carry all the skin care products from home itself, as Nepal is known for providing duplicate products.
Make sure you are adequately prepared with skin products that suit your skin from home, so as to protect yourself and avoid any adverse reactions from products that you are not familiar with.
July is the most humid month as well.
This makes the climate very warm and muggy.
The rainy season lasts up to the end of September, meaning that August is the second wettest month of the year.
The weather throughout this month remains cloudy so it is not the ideal time of the year to travel to Kathmandu.
The weather will also affect your ability to hike in the mountains and explore the area.
During August it generally rains around 345 mm (about 13 inches).
The average daytime temperatures are around 28°C (82°F) so the climate is hot and wet, meaning high humidity. If a suana-like climate is what you enjoy, this is the time to visit Kathmandu!
Moreover, adding to the discomfort are the mosquitoes, which increase in number significantly due to the rain.
Make sure you pack a decent mosquito repellant if you do visit the area in August, and do not rely on purchasing products whilst you are out there, as Nepal is known for producing duplicate products and they may not be safe or protect you.
You also would not wish to have an adverse reaction to any new products whilst you are out there, which may affect your holiday, so be sure to use products that you are familiar with.
Throughout the month, Kathmandu is fairly quiet due to the low visibility.
It generally rains around 168 mm (about 6 inches).
There is a possibility of rain for about 12 days throughout the month.
The average daily temperatures are around 23°C (73°F), reaching highs of 26°C (79°F) and drpping to an average minimum temperature of 19°C (66°F).
It is still quite quiet during this month due to the rainy and cloudy conditions.
The weather and visibility during this month are just perfect for trekking and outdoor activities.
The average daytime temperatures are around 20°C (68°F): just the perfect temperature to enjoy hikes and walks around the town without getting sweaty.
However it is advisable to carry some warm and light jackets as the evenings can get very chilly.
October has also got fair chance of rain, however if it does rain it does not last for more than a couple of hours and is usually followed by clear weather.
The other important thing to keep in mind is that there is a huge shortage of electricity in Kathmandu and that the electricity board carries out load shedding throughout the day.
The weather and visibility during this month is just perfect for trekking and outdoor activities.
The average daytime temperatures are around 15°C (about 59°F) and it is just the perfect temperature to enjoy hikes and walks around the town without getting sweaty or uncomfortable in the excessive heat that can be experienced at other times of the year.
The chances of rain in November are next to none.
The atmosphere and the environment is also at its best during this period. The whole valley is green and lush due to all the monsoon rain.
Kathmandu in November also receives sunshine for 8 to 9 hours a day.
The average high temperatures are around 15°C (about 59°F) reaching highs on average of 21°C (70°F) and dropping to an average minimum temperature of 8°C (46°F).
During the winter, nights can get quite chilly, generally dipping to the freezing temperature, so make sure you have warm clothes with you, including thermals and potentially a blacket or thick sleeping bag.
It is advisable to make sure that your hotel provides you with a heater in the room.
Moreover, December in Kathmandu also receives 8 to 9 hours of sunshine daily on average throughout the month.
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