May is the month which many climbers attempt to summit Mount Everest. It is said to have the least number of days with drastic weather changes and most, if not all, passage ways to the summit are open during the spring. The end of May brings Monsoon season, where the rainy weather forces many bridges and mountain sides to become dangerous.
N is for National Parks
There are many natural preservations in Nepal. Many of these parks require special permits and recognition to hike in, and if you are caught without said documentation, you could be charged. Guide companies know all the required representation for National Parks, so it would be advisable to visit a National Park with their assistance.
O is for Orange Peoke
Orange Peoke is the number one tea which is drank by Nepali people in Nepal. Different harvest times of the tea leaves results in different tastes throughout the year, and because it is native to the area, it is always a great thing to have a cup of fresh tea after a long day's hike.