When most people think of Nepal, they think of the Himalayas, high snow-capped mountains and cold weather. Nepal however has varied terrain and a varied climate. According to the world meteorological organization the lowlands under 500 metres above sea level, such as the Terrai in the south which borders India, have average temperatures in summer between 23 and 39 degrees Celsius and in winter of between 7 to 23 degrees. This region is ideal for growing fruit such as bananas and papaya; the midlands between 500 to 2500 metres above sea level, which includes major cities such as Kathmandu and Pokhara have temperatures in summer between 20 to 30 degrees and in winter of 3 to 20 degrees. This region is ideal for growing citrus trees and apples. The high country over 2,500 metres including popular trekking destinations like the Annapurna, Lantang and lower Everest regions, which at lower elevations between 2,500 to3,500 metres have average temperatures in summer between 1 to 18 degrees and in winter between -3 to -1 degrees. This region is suitable for growing apples.