Which is the best month to visit Nepal?

The greatest time to travel to Nepal is from October to December when the weather is beautiful and the landscapes are breathtaking. Temperatures vary throughout locations, and the weather is dry until around April.


What is the average temperature?

With an average temperature of 6°C at Namche Bazaar in January and February, it can get freezing, especially at night. But because there are fewer tourists, you’ll be rewarded with a clear sky, breathtaking views, and calmer hiking routes. Trekking at high altitudes is not advised at this time.

May is a lovely month for travel because the rhododendrons are in full bloom. In Chitwan National Park, temperatures can reach 35°C as the heat and humidity increase.

The beautiful mountain vistas are obscured by clouds during the monsoon season, which begins in June and lasts until the end of August. It is advised to avoid the country at this time due to the excessive rain and landslides that make travel challenging and force many locations to close.

There is typically a festival or pilgrimage going on because Nepal celebrates festivals all year round. Since the dates frequently change from year to year, ask your specialist for more information.


Snowfall places near Kathmandu

A short drive from Kathmandu will take you to a few locations where it snows. Because the roads are spacious and in good shape, you may drive easily to these locations.

There are several advantages to visiting snowfall locations close to Kathmandu. Travel time is reduced because it only takes a few hours to get there. When compared to traveling outside of Kathmandu, it is more affordable. Here are several nearby locations that experience snowfall that you really must see while in Kathmandu.

  • Chandragiri Hills
  • Phulchowki
  • Shivapuri
  • Nagarkot


The greatest time of year to experience snowfall in Poonhill is during the winter, from December to February. Wear some warm clothing and be prepared for walking because the temperature ranges from 8 to 15 degrees at its highest during the day and 5 to -5 degrees at its lowest during the night. After a long day of walking, you can warm up in the hot spring at Jhinu during the colder months. Due to the presence of numerous tall mountains, Nepal is often known as the “country of mountains.” Even though our region is landlocked, it is fantastic to be surrounded by mountains.

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