Nepal Trekking in March

Nepal Trekking in March

Nepal Trekking in March


March, the month of Rhododendron, marks the best time for trekking in Nepal.

This is the time of spring season in Nepal where you will collect the fondest memories in the pleasant weather and moderate climate. This is the time when the winter ends officially welcoming the spring season- the season of flowers, birds, and pleasantest views.

During March the days are quite hotter while the nights and morning are chilling, yet bearable. And, you do not have to worry about the rain, nor snow during your travels. All you get is the crisp sky, with the wonderful visibility of the surrounding landscapes.

While in Nepal you experience 6 different type of weather conditions. And, March is a shoulder month which marks the beginning of spring and the end of winter. So, you will have to bear neither the extremely hot temperatures nor the chilling colds.

March is among the dry month where you get the most unaffected views of the surrounding and vegetations you walk into. Plus, it is the best time for the clearest mountain views in the clear weather and low humidity.

While trekking in Nepal in March you have plenty of options. You can opt for easy and short trips like Poon Hill trek, Taste of Nepal Tour, and Bike Paddle Holiday. Or, you can go on longer treks like Manaslu Circuit Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Langtang Valley Trek.


Weather Conditions for Trekking in Nepal in March

March is the best of the season where you will find the moderate temperature- neither too cold nor too hot.

Like everywhere else, new buds in trees and flowers bloom in this season. One of the most attractive aspects of the season is blooming of Laliguras (Rhododendron), the National Flower of Nepal that is very prominent in the Annapurna and Langtang regions of Nepal.

The weather is still cold and snow may still fall early in March. The higher mountains in the Everest,  Annapurna, Langtang and Mustang may still have snow on them. While the rest will have theirs melting through the month.

March is a dry season, has really low humidity. This allows for clearer skies and lower chances of precipitation.

This means that March will not only have the best views of the mountains like January and February but also will have better weather conditions than both. Thus, the weather remains clear to give you crystal clear views of the grand Himalayas.

The mountains, on the other hand, are still covered in snow. While the valleys are budding with new growth after the depths of winter. The lakes and the snow will be melting at lower elevations too.

Also, the best part about these clear skies, sunny days and less humidity mean lesser chances of flight cancellation/delay.

As for temperatures, you can still expect sub-zero to 0 temperatures at night, while the average daytime temperatures might range from 9 degrees to a maximum of 20 degrees.

As temperatures slowly increase, so will the duration of the day.


Looking forward to care you in Himalaya !!!

Contact Us for  more  more information

We, Friendly and Experienced management Team, are here to help you for choosing the right trekking packages. We offer custom trekking packages to suit your needs and schedule.

Simply give us a call, drop us an e-mail or contact us using the the  web enquiry form.

We will get back to you immediately with quick responses to all of your inquiries. We will provide you with all the information that you need to know before you set off for Nepal Himalaya.

With Best Regards,

Ms. SUNITA TAMANG (Trekking Tour Manager)

"Proudly in effort of Woman Empowerment providing employment to Local Female Trekking Guide & Creating Employment to opportunities  Youths"


Why to Choose us for Booking your Trip in Nepal​?                                         

Nepal Female Trekking Guide

We have Experienced Female Trekking Guides for thosesingle female travelers or in a group for their peace of mind, comfort and to understand possible problems during the trekking in Himalaya.

Experienced Male/Female Trekking Guides

Our Trekking guides are officially Goverment Registered  and have been trained by the Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management in Nepal.

OurTrekking guides are experts in their respective fields. We strive to provide you with a guide who is local to the area you will be trekking in, so that you can have the best experience possible. They will also provide you with interesting facts about the Himalayan culture, history, and religion.Our  trekking guides are experienced in dealing with the effects of high altitude sickness and getting you acclimatized to the surrounding. The guides themselves don’t undergo altitude sickness as we have chosen natives of the Himalayas to ensure that they take good care of you.

Social Responsibility 

With the belief that we must contribute some part of our earning to uplift the standard of the places we travel and enjoy, we donate 40% of our total income to social foundationsHIMALAYAN HAND FOUNDATION which work for service in society through education and health camp contribution. We do have our own long term projects for school regular helping even now after earthquake rebuilding at Himalayan Village.

Experienced in Guiding to solo and senior Citizen Trekker

Our Friendly and Experiended Trekking guides are specialized for experienced in Guideing to Solo and and Senior Citizen Trekkers.








Employment Opportunites to Local Guides and Porters 

Several of our Trekking guides are part-time students from rural areas in Himalaya who supplement their income from guiding to put themselves through school or college during the off-season.We recommend the use of experienced guides while trekking in Nepal. Their knowledge of the trekking area guarantees the best camping sites, lodges and trails, and prevents those three hour mistaken “short cuts”. Of equal importance is their insight into Nepali culture and customs that trekkers would otherwise miss traveling alone on just accompanied by other foreigners.

We offer Friendly experienced Trekking guides and Healthy, Strong as well Friendly Trekking Porters for all of our organized treks, but also make available guide services and porters to independent trekkers who want to plan their own routes and make their own trekking arrangements for a basic fee which covers the guide's and porter's salary, food and insurance.

Have a Big Group or Individual?

If you have a big group and are looking for a customized trek please contact us to discuss your particular needs and our special deals. If you're an individual trekker we can either arrange for independent travel or you can join with one of our trekking groups.