Nepal in June

During the rainy monsoon season between June and August, it rains an average 200-375 millimeters in Kathmandu. Monsoon in Nepal, however, is unlike the typical monsoons of Asia as the country’s topography means rains usually occur at night, resulting in beautiful lush morning scenery and clear views throughout the day. The rains can mean leeches and mud, and such conditions are not always desirable for trekkers and hikers who often wait until autumn. Temperatures ranges between 23 and 25 °C(73-77 °F) in Kathmandu. Parts of the Himalayas here are in a rain-shadow area, such as Manang, Mustang and Dolpo, and the mountains high enough to block out clouds making then drier despite the monsoon.

Suggested Itineraries

Exploring Tibet's Untouched Holy Land

This eleven-day guided tour takes you on a journey of enlightenment through one of the world’s most mysterious places: Tibet. Starting from the capital, Lhasa, you’ll pass over breathtaking mountain roads, explore spiritual monasteries and witness quaint, untouched village life that has barely changed over hundreds of years.

Interests Spirituality, Unesco
Duration
11 days / 10 nights
Price Per Person
From $10,000

Following Buddha's Footsteps Across the Himalayas

This 19-day itinerary promises to immerse you deep into the local culture and religious beliefs throughout the Himalayas by exploring beautiful ancient religious monuments and sacred sites of worship. Follow in the footsteps of the revered Buddha, from his birthplace, to where he was believed to have gained enlightenment, and the site of his death.

Interests Spirituality, Post-covid Wellness
Duration
19 days / 18 nights
Price Per Person
From $15,600

Golfing the Himalayas: Kathmandu and Pokhara

Trekking the Himalayas is not the only way to get active in Nepal while experiencing the famous scenery; golf, too, has become a hugely popular activity nationwide. This five-day tour takes you to some of the best courses, from the capital of Kathmandu to the towering snow-capped peaks of Pokhara - and back again.

Interest Sports
Duration
5 days / 4 nights
Price Per Person
From $4,000

Kathmandu Culture Trail to the Heights of Jomsom

This nine-day tour of Nepal finds a perfect balance between sightseeing, trekking, and mountain road trips. Get to know the capital of Kathmandu, then move onto the country’s second largest city of Pokhara. Fly to Jomsom, with trekking and road expeditions heading out to some of the Himalaya's most spectacular spots. 

Interest Trekking
Duration
9 days / 8 nights
Price Per Person
From $5,200

An Intimate Himalayan Adventure: Through China, Nepal, Bhutan and India

Explore the world’s most majestic peaks on this 22-day Himalayan adventure. You’ll trek through China, Nepal, Bhutan and India, staying at luxury hotels and lodges like the Amankora or Uma by COMO. You’ll walk along the Great Wall of China, visit the ancient Potala Palace, and search for Bengal Tigers in Chitwan.

Interests Amazing Landscapes, Sports, Post-covid Wellness
Duration
22 days / 21 nights
Price Per Person
From $21,500

Nepal On Two Wheels: Kathmandu & the Himalayas

Head out of the Nepalese capital on two wheels, hitting the dramatic winding road stretching to the hilltop resort of Dhulikhel. Good for both pros and beginners, there's chance to check out temples, sacred Buddhist sites and sleepy mountain villages as you complete the loop back to Kathmandu via Panauti and Banepa.

Interests Bicycling, Open Spaces
Duration
5 days / 4 nights
Price Per Person
From $3,200

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