Nepal’s atmosphere shifts with its geology and height, going from the tropical to the ice. The marsh Terai district in the tropical southern piece of the nation has a sweltering and damp atmosphere that can transcend 45 Degree Celsius (113 Degree Fahrenheit) amid summer. The mid-arrive districts are charming all the year round, in spite of the fact that winter evenings are cool. The northern mountain area has a snow-capped atmosphere with significantly bring down temperature in winter, particularly, at elevations over 3300m. There are typically four seasons are considered in Nepal, each of which has its own specific appreciation for offer.
Trekking in Nepal can be attempted consistently, with four unmistakable seasons each with various attractions to offer:
- Spring (between March – May)
Springtime temperatures are somewhat warm in the marshes and direct at higher heights, with a lot of chances for clear mountain sees. It is additionally the ideal opportunity for blooms to bloom, and the national blossom of Nepal – rhododendron – coats the mountainsides with its brilliant magnificence all through the spring.
- Summer (between June – August)
This is additionally the rainstorm season in Nepal. The climate is hot and wet on occasion. It rains relatively ordinary with intermittent rainstorms at night, however mornings are regularly evident and you can expect wonderful dawns.
This is the most loved season to trek in the parched rain shadow territories like Upper Mustang, Dolpo and Kailash. This season is likewise suggested for backwoods scientists and botanists. The benefits of trekking in the late spring months are the uncrowded trails and the less frosty in the high mountains.
- Pre-winter (between September – November)
This is the best trekking season in Nepal. The climate is extremely charming and clear so the mountain sees are the best. This is the pinnacle season for trekking as mountain sees are ensured so it’s insightful to books your flights well ahead of time. This is additionally the period of celebrations as Nepal commends the greatest Hindu celebrations – Dashain took after by Tihar.
- Winter (between December – February)
The climate is cool and the sky is clear with incidental snowfalls at higher rises. This season is best to trek in bring down heights for the most part underneath 3200m.. The mornings and evenings are cool yet daytime temperatures are mellow when it is bright.
- Temperature and Rainfall
Nepal is the nation of extremes. The marsh fields of the Terai can have tropical temperatures and furthermore mosquitoes, especially in the mid year months. The Himalayas can get the opportunity to below zero temperatures, however the sun can bring some glow amid the day, even in the mountains. The temperature of Kathmandu goes underneath 1 Degree Celsius (34 Degree Fahrenheit) in winter and ascends to a normal of 25 Degree Celsius (77 Degree Fahrenheit) in summer.
The normal temperature in Kathmandu amid the four seasons:
- Spring season: 16-23 Degree Celsius (61-73 Degree Fahrenheit)
- Summer season: 23-25 Degree Celsius (73-77 Degree Fahrenheit)
- Autumn season: 15-24 Degree Celsius (59-75 Degree Fahrenheit)
- Winter season: 9-12 Degree Celsius (48-54 Degree Fahrenheit)
Amid the blustery storm season between June to August, it downpours to a normal between 200-375 millimeters in Kathmandu. There is infrequent precipitation amid alternate seasons as well. In a normal, 1300 millimeters of rain falls in Kathmandu consistently.
Rainstorm in Nepal isn’t the common storm of Asia. Rains as a rule happen amid the evening time leaving the sky perfect and clear by the morning making the Himalayan view considerably more emotional. A few sections of the Himalayas in Manang, Mustang and Dolpo are in rain-shadow zones; the mountains are sufficiently high to obstruct the mists. Tibet’s high travel season likewise compares to Nepal’s rainstorm.