Climate and Rainfall

Nepal has landlocked beautiful country. Nepal has categorized into three provinces/regions on the basic of their distinctive nature of climate, environment, and geographical structure.  Himal, Pahad and Tarai are the provinces. In these three provinces the climate and level of rainfall is differ. Spring, summer, autumn and winter are four dissimilar seasons. Spring has warmed, grimy and dusty, summer has monsoon when hills turn lush and green, Autumn has cool with clear skies and winter has cold at night and can be foggy in the early morning but is clear and pleasant too. Irregular snow fall in various mountains are available in every season.  Autumn is most preferable and attractive season for trekking. 
The four seasons have allocated the following months of total year.

  • Spring- March, April and May
  • Summer- June, July and August
  • Autumn- September, October and November
  • Winter- December, January and February

Whether condition in Nepal is depends on region to region. Terai is warm. The average warm in terai is approximately 35 Degrees Celsius to 45 Degrees Celsius. Mountain is quite better to live. It has neither warmed like Teral not cooled like Hill. It has average or normal environment. 25 Degrees to 35 Degrees are its approximate warm. Hill is comparatively cool than others. It has not more than 20 Degrees Celsius warm. Monsoon (June to September) is the rainiest season. More than 80% of rainfalls during that seasons. Spring and Autumn seasons are the most pleasant, enjoyable and amusing seasons. Winter season is famous for snowfall in the high altitude and low altitude mountains. 

Much colder temperatures prevail at higher elevations. Kathmandu valley situated at an altitude of 1310m, has a seasonable but equable climate with average summer and winter temperatures of 27 Degrees Celsius to 19 Degrees Celsius and 20 Degrees Celsius to 2 Degrees Celsius respectively. The annual rainfall in Katmandu generally exceeds 1300mm. The mean annual precipitation ranges from more than 6000mm along the southern slopes of the Annapurna range in Mountian Layers Treks and Expedition (P). LTD.  is proud to give information about Climate and Rainfall.