Nepal is one of the fascinating countries in terms of the Himalayas and natural assets. It offers a variety of adventure activities, trekking, hiking, and other tourism activities in November.

In a country like Nepal, one of the best seasons for tourism is the autumn season. As well as September, October, and November are considered the best trekking season in Nepal.

November will offer the exquisite beauty of nature and excellent weather conditions to international tourists in Nepal. This month is also suitable for doing any of the outdoor-related activities in the various parts of a country.

The season and its temperature pressure are suitable for having a good time in the trekking destinations of Nepal.

In November, the climatic condition looks neither cold nor hot, indicating the peaks of the Himalayas are crystal clear.

After the monsoon, the autumn season comes into effect in the country, so the pollution made by humans and dust are all well cleared one slightly away from the atmosphere.

When the weather of a place is well settled, we can see the days are almost warm and sunny with a clear atmosphere or skies.

Trekking Activities in November

The months like October and November are the most awaited peak timing or season for trekking activities in Nepal. Most people around the world come to Nepal to enjoy the significant essence of nature during November.

Tourists from different parts of the world want to experience adventure activities, hiking to the zone of extreme areas of a country.

In November, as a peak season, Nepal receives a big crowd of tourists coming for trekking in the various trekking destinations of Nepal.

Nepal’s most popular trekking destinations are Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna region trek, Langtang region trek, Manaslu region, Annapurna base camp trek, Mera peak, Island peak, etc., and many more other destinations.

In this month, the popular tourist shopping and roaming areas in Thamel are also overcrowded. The hotels are likely to be cooked before trekking in any country. The season also takes the essence of the business in cool weather in the morning and evening.

We always recommend our guests take or buy warm trekking gear with a sleeping bag to be safe from cold in the Himalayan trekking areas. You can trek to Mount Everest base camp and other challenging passes if the climatic condition of a cold place looks quite good to trek.

Trekking during November can provide you with the most awaited experience in life by the wonderful trekking destination of a country. This could be a wonderful visit in November with an immense opportunity to explore the various cultures, traditions, and other natural attractions.

Useful Trekking Tips for Trekking in Nepal in November

The following tips are recommended for trekking in Nepal in November:

  • Start your trek early in the morning as it gets dark as early as 5 pm in November. So, you need to complete your trek before darkness falls.
  • You need to wear comfortable hiking boots, especially when trekking for long distances. It will help you prevent blisters on your foot. Choose footwear that will keep your feet dry and well-insulated.
  • Stay hydrated. It’s essential to drink plenty of water, even on cool days.
  • This month, you will be dealing with cold mornings, warmer days, and afternoons. So, wearing layers will help you to stay warm during the cold hours. You can remove your layers as the temperature rises.
  • Trekking in the mountains can be a challenging task. So, you need to train and exercise your body to adjust and increase your stamina.
  • Trekking in Nepal means you will be hiking above 2500 meters. Hence, there is a high chance of altitude sickness. So, you need to know the symptoms and precautions about altitude sickness before your trek.
  • Walk slow and steady. Take your own time, sit back, and relax.
  • For your safety reason, you need to hire a local guide. A guide knows the trails and will help you in navigating the trails.

Weather Conditions in November in Nepal

In November, the weather conditions are quite a moderate temperature and a stable climate. All the Himalayas in the higher part of the country are cold, and the mountains in the lower valley are warmer, not hot. In the same way, the temperature pressure of the afternoon looks more pleasant.

The favorable month for trekking activities in Nepal is September to November. We can say that at this time, you can even avoid the month of cold winter and summer monsoon.

Let’s talk about the constant temperature level of the hilly region that goes to 1 degree Celsius. It eventually rises to the average level of 32 degrees centigrade in the summer season in Nepal. The temperature change of Nepal differs based on the tropical climate.

The altitude level ranges between 1000 m to 3500 m. Nepal’s temperature ranges from 5 degrees Celsius to 20 degrees Celsius. In the same way, talking about the higher altitude ranges, the temperature level goes from 20 degrees Celsius in the day and even falls back to the negative degree in the nighttime.

The wonderful thing about the night in Nepal is that it looks more chilly in the Himalayan region. At the same time, the weather in the afternoon in our country looks more pleasant and warm.

And also, in November, you can experience very little rainfall with a pleasant atmosphere in this country. The monsoon season also sweeps all the clouds from the blue sky away. At this time, you will be experiencing an excellent view of the snow-capped Himalayas out in the distance.

This is more of a warm climate, leading to the favorite for many outdoor activities like hiking, trekking, and expeditions.

November Events in Nepal

Nepal is a country with vast followers of the Hindu religion, and they celebrate thousands of festivals in the country. Nepal also has followers of Buddhists, Christians, Muslims, and many more living under the same roof in social harmony.

In Nepal, we used to follow the lunar calendar. This is why some festivals fall in November in one year, and another will be in October or in December. At the same time, some of the festivals that fall in November are explained below.


Dashain is Nepal’s biggest festival and was celebrated thousands of years ago. It is a Hindu festival, but all the countries’ religions celebrate these festivals happily.

This festival occurs in October; however, it lasts for almost 15 days so often till November. You can enjoy the essence of the biggest celebration and experience something different in life.


Tihar is also an important festival celebrated by the Hindus in Nepal. It is the festival of lights and done Deepawali in each house expecting the lives of the Durga goddess. Hindus consider Tihar the second biggest festival. Tihar is almost celebrated after some weeks of Dashain that falls in November.

Recommended Equipment List for Trekking in Nepal in November

During trekking in Nepal, you need to take a wide variety of equipment and trekking-related gear that depend on the weather conditions of a place.

In the initial phase of every trek, you must carry the day pack with fully loaded and only limited items that look important for day hiking in any parts of trekking areas in Nepal.

Either porters or animals will carry your trek bag and Duffel bag. It should weigh no more than 25kgs.

Clothing and Equipment List:


  • Sun hat
  • Warm fleece hat (to cover ears)
  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Scarf to cover face (dust/wind)

Upper Body

  • T-shirts
  • Light and expedition weight thermals tops
  • Fleece long sleeve tops
  • Fleece jacket or pullover
  • Waterproof shell jacket
  • Down vest or jacket


  • Lightweight fleece gloves
  • Heavyweight gloves or mittens
  • Waterproof/wind fleece gloves

Lower body

  • Undergarments
  • Hiking shorts
  • Lightweight hiking pants
  • Light and expedition weight thermals bottoms
  • Fleece or wool pants or tracksuit pants
  • Waterproof shell pants


  • Thin, lightweight inner sock liners
  • Thick, warm wool
  • Hiking boots and spare laces
  • Walking sneakers
  • Camp shoes / Sandals
  • Gaiters


  • Headlamp with spare bulbs and batteries
  • Duffel bag with a small lock
  • Basic First Aid Kit
  • Large Plastic Bags- to keep items dry
  • Daypacks
  • Thermarest sleeping pad
  • Water bottles
  • Watch with light and alarm
  • Money belt
  • Trekking poles

Toiletries and Personal Hygiene

  • Quick-dry towel and face cloth
  • Shampoo and Conditioner
  • Toothbrush and paste
  • Multipurpose wipes (face and body)
  • Deodorant
  • Face and Body Moisturizer
  • Nail clippers / file
  • Small comb/brush
  • Small mirror
  • Clothes washing soap
  • Toilet paper
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Sunblock face/ body high UV protection
  • Lip block with UV protection
  • Feminine hygiene products

Other Equipment

  • A Daypack
  • A refillable water bottle.
  • A pair of UV protection Sunglasses.
  • Camera with extra batteries.
  • Toiletries with large and small towels.
  • Snow gaiters.
  • A good quality sleeping bag.
  • First aid kit box with personal medical supplies.
  • Do not forget,
  • Trekking map
  • A copy of your Nepalese visa and passport
  • Adequate number of passport-sized photograph
  • Enough hand cash
  • Sleeping bag rated to 0°F
  • Pillowcase/ slip


  • Camera and extra batteries
  • Binoculars
  • Reading books

Trekking in November is amazing. It’s generally before the season when it really gets cold sets in, so that can be nice. The crowds are low, and the views are still incredible. With changing leaves on the mountains, stunning views of Everest, and so on, there’s literally nothing more beautiful than trekking in Nepal in November.