Considering the best time to visit Nepal, it is worth given that in the autumn season and spring season, when the climate is clear or dry and not too cold in Highland or too heated in the Terai nation.
Now, let’s take a closer look at four seasons in Nepal with its Month-by-Month guide.
Winter Season (December to February)
The climate in Nepal is enjoyable during the day from late December to February, but at night, particularly in the hills, the temperatures fall considerably. January is the coldest month, but fewer tourists offer more relaxed attractions. Many hotels and lodges give cozy fireplaces, deck chairs, and warm water bottles.
Spring Season (March to May)
In March, the temperature rises and rhododendrons flower marks the start of spring. The days in March and April are longer, making them ideal for trekking, though the night temperatures continue to be cool. The time to travel is a common one, so you plan ahead. May is one of the warmest months of the year, and before the monsoon comes, it will bring cloud and rain.
Monsoon Season (June to August)
From June to August the monsoon season takes place. It’s wet and highly moist during days warm (up to 30 Degree Celsius). Due to the topography of Nepal, rains often happen in the evening, leading to lovely landscapes in the morning. Although at this moment of year we would advise against trekking, sightseeing is still feasible and less than peak times.
Autumn Season (September to November)
This month welcomes the lovely clear skies, fresh air, and astonishing views as the monsoon ends in September. Two of the best months to visit are October and November, as dry days facilitate trekking and provide excellent visibility. The green countryside is perfect for photographers after the rain.