Nepal in September

September to November is the cool and dry autumn, and one of the best times to visit Nepal as the climate stabilizes and the monsoon rains have left the landscape vibrant green and the views spectacular. The stunning verdant landscapes following the rains are ideal for photographers looking for that perfect shot. Visibility is excellent, and so an ideal time to take on the highest mountain peaks on Earth. Autumn temperatures range between 15 and 24 °C(59-75 °F) in Kathmandu. Nepal's wildlife is worth exploring during the drier months. Chitwan and Bardia are two of the better protected national parks, and offer a fine chance to see rhinos, monkeys, rare birds and elephants. Nepal also celebrates the biggest Hindu festivals at this time, such as Dashain and Tihar, when the bright colors and the burning of incense form an assault on the sense.

Suggested Itineraries

Exploring Tibet's Untouched Holy Land

11 days / 10 nights
Price Per Person
From $10,000

Following Buddha's Footsteps Across the Himalayas

19 days / 18 nights
Price Per Person
From $15,600

Golfing the Himalayas: Kathmandu and Pokhara

5 days / 4 nights
Price Per Person
From $4,000

Kathmandu Culture Trail to the Heights of Jomsom

9 days / 8 nights
Price Per Person
From $5,200

An Intimate Himalayan Adventure: Through China, Nepal, Bhutan and India

22 days / 21 nights
Price Per Person
From $21,500


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