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Nepal, OK in December?

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I'm just starting to plan my first trip to Nepal and would like to know if other travellers have found December (two weeks beginning on the 18th) a good time to travel. I'm hoping to trek for about a week or so, and then hang out for another week. My husband and I are in our 30s, active, and love the outdoors. In terms of budget, we've got enough to be comfortable, and if you know of a great place to stay, we're willing to splurge a bit for a few days (no more than $250+/night)

1. Will it be alright to travel/trek in December (nothing super taxing so I don't imagine we'll be at extremely high elevations)
2. Any suggestions on a good trekking for five-seven days (with such a short time, I imagine Annapoorna is probably the best bet. We're regular day hikers, and I've climbed Kilimanjaro)
3. Any other suggestions as we start to put an itinerary together.
4. Has anyone been to Tiger Tops and it is worth it?

Thank you for your help as we start to plan!

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