Nepal has mainly four major seasons; Autumn, spring, winter, and summer. In fact, Not all of them are favorable for traveling to Nepal. However, if travelers are intending to visit Nepal for city tours or any sort of city-based activities then all of the seasons are good for you but travelers like those who are coming to visit Nepal in propose of trekking, climbing, or any sort of adventure activities then you might consider the right time to enjoy best of it.
As always Nepal is ranked as one of the top ten destinations to travel by several magazines in the world, the country is naturally one of the best destinations and rich in culture and nature where thousands of travelers visit the beautiful landlocked country Nepal. According to the data from the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, every year, Nepal welcomes millions of travelers from all over the world for the different purposes of trekking, climbing, kayaking, river rafting, jungle safari, and many other adventure activities.
Being a local tour advisor, we have been getting a lot of questions from travelers from all over the world, When is the best time to visit Nepal for trekking? The best and quick answer is in Spring and Autumn. These two seasons that travelers can not afford to miss if you have been looking to visit Nepal for your next trip.
The Spring season is considered one of the best seasons in Nepal to visit, it’s a peak season in terms of trekking and climbing the Himalayas. Begging from March and the season ends at the mid of June, in between March to June months, you can travel Nepal with the best weather with the moderate temperatures. Normally, trekking in the Himalayas like Everest Base Camp, Annapurna base camp, Langtang valley, Ruby valley, and Manaslu is the best in the season, offers crystal clear views, and no chance to see the clouds in the sky. The temperatures are mild and comfortable for trekking.
The Months of September, October, and November are in Autumn is the best. This season is undoubtedly the best of best. Especially for trekking and mountaineering activities in the Nepal Himalayas. Normally, the temperatures are stable which is expected to be anywhere between 12 -degrees Celsius to 20 — degrees Celcius on the high mountains. The night is usually cold with the average temperate of 8 degrees celsius to — 5/10 degrees Celsius above the four thousand meter height.