Nepal has four main tourism seasons for traveling to Nepal, Autumn Season, Winter Season, Spring Season, Summer/Monsoon Season. Trekking in Nepal or traveling Nepal monsoon season can be done in all the months from September to November and from march to may without any hassle and difficulties. But if you are planning for off season trekking during winter and monsoon, you may have some problems during your holidays. Because, during this time, most of trekking companies in Nepal do not recommend you to hike the Himalayas.
Trekking in Nepal in Monsoon Season
Trekking during Nepal monsoon season is not so highly recommended except some rain-shadow ares and less affected areas by rain. June, July and August are the months of monsoon season and trekking during this time will be quite difficult as there can be heavy downpours, risk of leeches, landslides, flood and avalanches. However, you can do trekking to the places that receive very less rainfall which are protected by the high mountains. Upper Mustang, Manang, Humla Simikot, Nar Phu Valley, Dolpa are the trekking places in Nepal possible for hiking. The availability of mountain lodges is high during this time as there will be less trekkers in the popular trekking trails and you may get seasonal discounts.