You travel only when you like. To travelers, Nepal means Everest Base Camp. There is a season to travel because you want only the best. June and July are rainy seasons, but do you know it is also a summer season? The rain does not fall in June and July throughout. And this is very much true in Nepal. These months are hot and have sunny days throughout. Now, do you really think June and July are bad seasons for trekking in the Everest Region?
Travelers need sunny days the most. Because of the sunny days, the views of the mountains are beautiful. This is what you want to see in the Everest Region.
You will not be trekking in summer nor in monsoon because we want you to picture yourself as a “Summer Monsoon Everest Base Camp Trekker.”
Let nature do its duty; let the rainfall, but the trekking trail is walkable. You will see the clouds on the mountains, but do you know one thing they lie within a stone throw distance. They are so near that you don’t have time to complain.
In June and July, you will see a few trekkers in comparison to other months.
The lush forest that you see and walk through is filled up with rhododendrons. When it rains, the pasture looks green. And it is where the yaks graze. For some of you, this might be the first time you are seeing yaks.
The summer temperature in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is 30 to 35-degree Celsius. but in the Everest Region, it is just below 25 degrees Celsius. As you are above 4000 m, the rain does not fall that much. From this altitude, you will see all the greatest and the most beautiful mountains of the Everest Region.