The fascinating destination in terms of trekking in the world comes Nepal, a popular destination. The hospitality, and natural beauty of Nepal are the most interesting facts that you can experience during travel. It can be said as Nepal is one of the cheapest and affordable destinations in the world.

There are many of trekking and hiking trails with beautiful destinations that you can choose to travel. There are various categories of trek short and day hike which are more than one day.

The world-famous trekking destinations in Nepal are Mount Everest base camp trek and Annapurna region trek. The month of September for trekking in Nepal offers a unique level of wonderful trekking experience in Nepal.

Talking about the month of September it is one of the best trekking months for the trekkers around the world. During the time of trekking in this month, you can experience the exponential world’s highest Himalayas.

Here you can even get to know about the variations and wonderful diversity of cultural beauty and natural environment during the time of trekking in the various parts of the country.

This season will definitely add you a lot of enjoyment in the trek with full of adventure in a variety of trekking routes with unique flavors.

Highlights of Trekking in September

  • The weather is pleasant and dry
  • High visibility to enjoy great views of the mountains and landscapes
  • The high season starts in September, so there is still less crowd than in October and November.
  • In September, Nepal holds some of its biggest festivals, such as Teej. Make sure to ask your agency about the dates of the festivals during these festivals to enjoy Nepal’s culture in its full glory.
  • After the monsoon, the forests and terrace farms are all vibrant, creating great views.

Nepal in September: Weather and Temperature

Nepal is an absolutely diverse destination full of amazing landscapes, and temperatures that vary according to region. The weather in this country is also different and wonderful for the first traveler. The month of September is in between the seasons of summer and autumn in Nepal.

At the initial phase of September, you can experience a slight rainfall and thereafter the condition of the weather starts to pleasant. In the mid-month of September, you can have the most exciting trekking to the various Himalayan peaks in Nepal.

Only at the initial phase of trekking in September, there will be slight rainfall and muddy way. This month is regarded as the peak season for the activities of trekking, hiking, and other adventurous activities.

The temperature level of various trekking destinations goes above 25 degrees celsius. This the minimum expectation on clear days while trekking. At the same time, the temperature level of those areas goes down to 1-0 degrees Celsius during night time.

The Himalayas temperature and weather are almost unpredictable so that as you go higher to the Himalayas  temperature gets colder and colder.

Nepal in September: Solo or Group Treks?

Trekking in Nepal offers both types of trekking experience group and solo through the help of various companies. There are wonderful areas for trekking activities and various trails so that you can experience many local foods and recipes.   

Mostly Nepal comes under the famous trekking destination. So that the trekkers need to be experienced and have some previous basic trekking activities in their own country. The trekkers like family, solo, beginner, and group come to Nepal.

As there are a number of trekking areas in Nepal some of the destinations are restricted because of the ecological region. You are not able to go to those destinations which are restricted by the government.

You must follow some rules in Nepal in the sector of trekking that you should have one guide or porter. You are also recommended group trekking so that you will not have to go through the problems. It also makes you trek cheaper, feasible, and safer in the month of September and other months in Nepal.

Nepal in September: With/without a guide and porter?

One of the things about going for trekking with a porter or guide is the various popular trekking routes in Nepal. We always recommend having one guide for the safer trekking activities in the Himalayas.

The temperature level decreases to the minus point and unpredictable weather can create various trekking difficulties. You have to experience the muddy trails in early September in the trekking areas of the country. 

Always choose a proper guide during your trek because you will be provided with in-depth trail information. They also even know various things like Himalayan peaks, weather, surrounding landmarks, etc, and so on.

Guide in Nepal can also recommend the best route to take, lodges to stay and also about the time interval to rest during the daily walk. They will even help you to interact with the local people of this region about their lifestyle, daily food activities, etc. This will help you to know an in-depth knowledge of daily living days.

There are so many areas in Nepal where the monsoon has not affected the month of early September. Make sure that the guides or porters which you have already hired are from a licensed agency in Nepal. There are some credentials that you have to check for the ultimate safety.

Nepal in September: Meals and Drinks

There are many trails where the tea houses and lodges are open twenty-four hours for the service of guests. Some of the restaurants, tea houses, and cafes that are on the trekking routes will go for business for trekkers.

In the month of September at an early time have fewer trekkers so you don’t even need to hurry
To get food and comfortable rooms. At the same time, you will see so much crowd in mid-September in Nepal.

There is so much improvement in the fooding meals and drinks on the trekking trails every year thoroughly. In terms of water, we always recommend our guests to bring some water purifiers like sodium, chlorine etc. This will help them to be safe from contaminated water due to landslide, floods, and rain. 

So that we will always try to convince trekkers to take hot water, coffee, bottled water, soft drinks, tea, etc and so on that are available in the trekking destination of various parts of the country.

Nepal in September: Required Permits & Documents

If trekkers are aware of such permits and cards which are needed for the trek then they should contact their guides directly. Not only in our country Nepal but around the world we should need Some essential trekking permits which are needed for the trekking activities in Nepal are mentioned below. 

  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): Anyone wishing to hike in Nepal has to do so.
  • Conservation Area Entry Permit: This entry permit is required if you go through any conservation area on your trekking route.
  • Limited area permit: This entry permit is required when you travel to Nepal’s restricted areas.

Trekking Gear List for September

This month is also known as the month of transition. So you need some major trekking clothes and gear to complete such treks. Always make sure that you bring a backpack cover, hiking boots, waterproof pants, a rainproof jacket, socks that are easy and dry, etc.

In the same way, you need to have some shirts, fleece pants, and a Windproof jacket which are more compatible for trekking in various parts of a country. Mostly you need to have warm clothes because you are going to the coldest region of the country.

Some of the essential trekking gear which are need before trekking in the various part of the country are listed below. 

Toiletries and Personal Hygiene

  • Tissue / Toilet roll
  • Antibacterial handwash
  • Toothbrush and Toothpaste
  • Quick drying towel
  • Moisturizer
  • Wet wipes
  • Multipurpose soap/ hand wash
  • Feminine Hygiene products

Upper Body

  • T-shirts
  • Fleece Wind-Stopper Jacket
  • Waterproof shell Jacket

Lower Body

  • Undergarments
  • Lightweight cotton pants
  • Warm Trousers
  • Waterproof shell pants (preferably breathable fabric)


  • UV Sunglasses
  • Sun hat or scarf

Foot and Handwear

  • Thin, lightweight inner socks
  • Hiking boots with spare laces
  • Camp shoes (sneakers/sandals)
  • Lightweight gloves
  • Waterproof shell outer


  • Day pack
  • Duffel or Rucksack Bag
  • Sleeping bag
  • Headlamp
  • Basic First Aid Kit
  • Trekking poles
  • Water bottles
  • Large plastic bags inside trekking bag, to keep your things dry
  • Day pack
  • Camera
  • Trail Map/ Guide Book
  • Binoculars
  • Pillowcase


This is the only country on the list of the world that you can do trekking around the world. To have a very comfortable and successful trek with a motivated and friendly instructor or guide in the various parts of the country.

In the trek you should have some right level of equipment, motivation, preparation, gear and warm clothes are the most important thing for the trekking in a country. Be sure that you must consider something like a time that you really like or choose to trek in Nepal.

At the end of September is the most important and seasonable trekking month in Nepal. You will experience the local food and living styles of people in the various trekking destinations in Nepal. At the same time during the time of trekking in the various regions, you can get to experience the weather condition and transition in Nepal.