The climate of Nepal has divided into four separate season. Travellers can visit in any season but we recommend to visit in Spring (March – May) Autumn (September- November). Nepal is an only country in the world that has lowland 45m to world highest point Everest 8848, having typical geographic structure which makes Nepal paradise destination for trekkers, hikers, and adventurers. Thousands of trekkers & adventures seeker visits Nepal to explore the trekking, mountaineering & explore culture sites. Must of trekkers visits Everest region and Annapurna region. From March to May, the sky is clear, and the mountains are visible in all their glory, the flowers are in full bloom, and you can walk under the blooming rhododendron forests. The days are warm, and the nights are cold, making it comfortable for trekking and mountaineering. Spring and autumn are also the seasons of festivals in Nepal. Trekking during this time provides a unique opportunity to experience the vibrant culture and traditions of Nepal.
Trekking in monsoons or winter is not recommended for trekking in Nepal. The weather is unpredictable, with heavy rains and landslides common in the mountain regions. The temperature drops making it difficult to trek. Also, the trails are slippery and muddy and not to mention the clouds obscure the views of the mountains. Sometimes, the trekking routes may be closed due to heavy snowfall in winter. In conclusion, autumn and spring are the best time of the year for trekking in Nepal.