One of the world’s, great travel destinations. Nepal is not only a trekkers paradise, but a feast for travelers seeking dramatic scenery, charming locals and jungle adventures.
But when is the best time to go? Many people flock to Nepal to tackle some of the best mountain trails in the world trekking to Everest base camp is on many a bucket list, and autumn is one of the best times to pull on those boots from September to November.
The weather in the mountains is clear and dry, with great visibility: ideal for trekking in Kathmandu, temperatures average in the mid-20s during autumn. It is also warm and comfortable and look ler and bull Thani.
An Everest base camp averages around 14 degrees during this time winter. Nepal can be cold, but it is dry and you can have the mountains mostly to yourself. If you go at this time. Kathmandu doesn’t, get too cold except at night and still reaches up to 20 degree averages during the day in the mountains.
Everest base camp will be well below zero at night, but with lots of bright sunshine. During the day it does average around 4 degrees for trekkers and the surrounding mountains covered in snow make. The spectacular vistas spring is another ideal time to head to Nepal.
The rhododendrons burst into bloom temperatures warm up and the days are longer Holi festival is also celebrated in Nepal. Each March March and April in Nepal are warm and mild before things start to heat up in May, Kathmandu enjoys an average 27 degrees.
Everest base camp will be around 10 degrees on average and Battalion. Look let’s start to warm up past. The mid-20s summer brings with it the monsoon and coupled with high heat and humidity, could be a good time to visit.
If you don’t like the peak season crowds in the cities, often it rains at night too. So the days can still be beautiful, but trekking at this time of year can be off. The cards. Katmandu averages temperatures in the high 20s with plenty of rainfall higher in the mountains.
It reaches around 16 degrees and elsewhere. You will find temperatures up into the 30s with lots of rain, so Nepal has plenty of opportunities for travelers and so much to see and do throughout the year. When will you go?