Nepal weather in August?
August is one of the important times of the year in Nepal. It is the mid monsoon season or rain season that sees a wet weather all over in Nepal except trans-Himalayan ranges. August is also the beginning of Festival and celebration season as the rice plantation is over .
For those wondering how will be the weather in August in Nepal, here is a clue what Nepal looks like. The temperature in Kathmandu remains above 30 maximum and around 15 minimum in the night and morning. Similarly, Pokhara is regarded as the wettest place in Nepal, also has temperature range from 15 to 32 degree Celsius. While in Chitwan in southern Nepal, the highest recorded is 35.
Due to heavy rain, most parts of Nepal, especially hilly region is fill up with greenery. The rivers in Nepal also swell and raises in current and volume. This is the time when Europeans have vacation and they often try to come to Nepal.
Trekking in many regions of Nepal are not recommend safe in this time .Due to cloudy weather, poor visibility and problems of leaches and swelling rivers. However Trans Himalayan region such as Upper Mustang and Dolpo, are the two destinations that do receive any rainfalls and are perfect for trekking.
Sometimes the rain does not stop for 5-7 days. It keeps pouring down at a constant rate, which makes all the outdoor activities inconvenient. Moreover, adding to the discomfort are the mosquitoes, which increase in number significantly due to the rain.
Though it is the rainy season, every parts of Nepal doesn’t have rain and the travel itinerary is prepare as per it. Many places in Nepal lie in the shadow of Himalaya, through they doesn’t experience the monsoon where travel can be done. This is the another reason to visit Nepal. If you are still wondering how will be the atmospheric pressure in the month of August in Nepal. And how travel is possible then you can contact us for the further more details or follow our itinerary.
Beyond the high altitude tour, the best tour for this season is cultural and city-tour. Here are few for you:
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