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Nepal is not a travel destination one often hears about. Known for containing Mount Everest and 8 of the world’s tallest mountains, the views and natural surroundings are absolutely breathtaking. With Nepal’s rich cultural history and religious influence, one should expect to see a lot of monasteries and temples visited by people from all over the world. Nepal is very budget-friendly and cheap to travel. Hiking and trekking will add some expenses, but even those are reasonable.

Video Credit: Chris Jeon

A Drone Pilot took a 16 day Trek through Nepal and created this spectacular aerial video, which includes views of the peak of Mount Everest. The 16 days trekking journey was really hard, but the scenery was very impressed and fantastic.

Note: One needs to plan their visit around their planned activities. High season is October and November. The skies are clear and the weather is still relatively warm. This is when trekkers flock to Nepal, hitting the trails in the Himalayas. Shoulder season is in the spring during the months of March and April. If you trek to Mount Everest Base Camp during this time you will be able to see the tents of Everest climbers at base camp. The monsoon brings rain from June to September, making trekking difficult. During the winter months, trekking in the Himalayas is possible, but be prepared for very cold conditions and snow.