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Everest Base camp trek in Monsoon

Everest Base camp trek in Monsoon

Nepal has always been of one of the best destinations for trekking. Nepal has always been offering something for everyone who loves adventure & outdoor activity at every time of the year. Fall might be the most popular season for trekking in Nepal but there’s something comparatively alluring about trekking in Nepal during Monsoon. Most of the people get confused if Everest base camp can be trekked or not  during Monsoon. Here is all the necessary information regarding Trekking to Everest base camp in monsoon.

  • Weather & Temperature of Everest base camp during Monsoon

The weather of Everest base camp during monsoon is quite wet as this is the reason for rainfall. The months that comes in monsoon are June, July & August. These months are also called summer in Nepal. During this time of the year, the temperature slightly drops due to frequent rainfall. Rainfalls in lowland &due to that in the morning time the weather gets and cloud may come and may rain during the day in upperland. During the monsoon, the temperature goes up to 25 degree C during sunny days and it may go down to -15 degree C in the night time but the average temperature is 18 degree C. Even though most of the people won’t recommend you to trek during this season because of frequent rainfall & fall in temperature but besides that, you can get on of the most beautiful & majestic views of  Mount Everest during this season due to clear & bright sky in the morning.

You may have heard a lot of people saying that trekking to Everest base camp in Monsoon is not the right decision. Although it isn’t suggested to trek during this season. Despite all the disadvantages of trekking to Everest base camp during this season, there are lots of advantages of trekking during this season. There are than other seasons which allows you to enjoy your trek fully without any disturbance. You’ll also get the full attention of locals during this season as there are fewer tourists. The weather gets clear in the morning that allows you to view the most spectacular views of the Himalayas which is worth all the hard work of trekking. No matter what season it is, you shouldn’t forget to take all the necessary trekking requirements with you to make yourself comfortable during your trek.

She is an outdoor enthusiast and traveler who got tired of staring at the mountains from his desk, he now spends every minute he can on them instead. She fell in love with Nepal on his first visit and has looked for every opportunity to get back to the Himalayas ever since. She helps our guests find and plan their perfect Himalayan adventure.

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