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What to Wear (Climate)

The climate in Nepal varies depending on the season and the altitude of the region you’re visiting. Generally, Nepal has four seasons: spring (March to May), summer (June to August), autumn (September to November), and winter (December to February). Here are some tips on what to wear in Nepal based on the season:


  • During the day, it’s usually warm with mild temperatures. Light cotton clothes, such as t-shirts and shorts, are suitable.
  • In the evenings and mornings, the temperatures can drop, so it’s a good idea to bring a light jacket or sweater.


  • It can be hot and humid in the lower regions of Nepal. Light, breathable clothes made of cotton or other natural fibers are recommended.
  • In the higher regions, temperatures can still be cool, especially in the evenings and mornings. A light jacket or sweater is advisable.


  • This is considered the best time to visit Nepal, with clear skies and mild temperatures. You can wear light clothing during the day, but it’s a good idea to bring a warm jacket or sweater for the evenings.


  • Temperatures can drop to freezing in the higher regions of Nepal, so it’s important to dress in warm, layered clothing, including a down jacket, gloves, and a hat.
  • In the lower regions, it can be cool and dry, so warm clothes such as sweaters and jackets are necessary.

It’s also important to consider the type of activities you’ll be doing while in Nepal. For example, if you plan on trekking in the mountains, it’s essential to bring appropriate hiking gear, including sturdy boots, waterproof clothing, and a warm sleeping bag. Additionally, it’s a good idea to pack a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and insect repellent for protection from the sun and bugs.

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