Nepal in June


Nepal in June

Is it a good time to travel to Nepal in June? This question has a simple answer: yes!

Because of Nepal’s varied travel routes and destinations, traveling in Nepal is possible at any time of year. In general, most people do not prefer doing outdoor activities like trekking during June.

Despite this, I can assure you that if you visit Nepal in June, you will have a wide range of trek choices. And below these trekking routes escape the monsoon trails.

Fortunately, there are some fantastic trekking routes along the Himalayan trails that are situated in the rain shadow area.

To help you plan your trekking in Nepal in June, I’ve listed some of the best treks that will keep your feet dry.

Nepal in June Weather Conditions

The month of June is one of the warmest of the year. It is the start of the monsoon season in Nepal.

The Terai region of Nepal has a warm and humid climate. It is the country’s hottest region. The average temperature can reach up to 40°C.

The weather in the hilly region is mild and pleasant throughout the year. The temperature in this area ranges between 25°C to 27°C. And the northern Himalayan region has an alpine climate.

In June, the weather varies depending on the city and region of the country. The average temperature in Kathmandu is 24°C (75.2°F). Afternoons can be pretty hot, with high temperatures reach up to 28°C (82.4°F) during June. Overnight temperatures are generally warm, reaching up to 20°C (68°F).

The eastern part of the country receives the most rain. The annual rainfall ranges from around 300 mm in the north and western regions to over 2500 mm in the eastern region.

Best Destinations in Nepal in June

Upper Mustang Trek in June

Upper Mustang is located in the remote trans-Himalayan mountain range. Upper Mustang Trek begins at Kagbeni on the Kali Gandaki River and ends at the highest range of Khumjung Himal at 6700m.

This trek is rich in cultural diversity, showcasing ancient Buddhist cultures. The trails traverse through the up and downhill, offering amazing views of the mountain Nilgiri, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and many other peaks.

The lifestyle and culture of this region are unique and influenced by Tibetan culture. The trek allows you to see stone and baked mud brick houses.

You will also get the chance to explore through high peaks, various high passes, glaciers and alpine valleys.

Upper Dolpo Trek in June

Upper Dolpo is a remote region of Nepal situated in the mid-western region. The unique culture and traditions of this region have remained untouched by modern society because of the long isolation.

As a result, the major highlights of this trek is the Tibetan origin people’s unique culture and lifestyle.

The trekking route crosses three high passes in the upper Dolpo region. The main attractions of the trek are stunning views of Mount Dhaulagiri and the breathtaking Shey Phoksundo lake with crystal clear water.

Phoksundo Lake Trek in June

The Dolpo region is a hidden gem in Nepal’s mid-western region. The Phoksundo lake Trek is a fascinating journey that begins in Jupal and ends in Dunai, with the Bheri river flowing alongside the trek. As the trail continues, you will pass through a tropical forest dominated by walnut and maple trees.

The entire trail has a different kind of beauty to offer you. As you pass through the small settlements along the trail, you will get a glimpse of the Tibetan lifestyle. The colorful Buddhist flags are floating in the air, spreading only positivity. The sight of massive waterfalls, as well as the unique flora and fauna, will be some of the most beautiful things you will see on your trip.

The Phoksundo National Park is situated 3612 meters above sea level. The 330-meter high waterfall, Tshwo Monastery, stunning turquoise blue Shey Phoksundo lake, and the beautiful Tibetan culture set among the beauty of flora and fauna are what make this trip unique and worth remembering for a lifetime.

Nar Phu Valley Trek in June

Nar Phu Valley Trek lie in the rain shadow area of the Annapurna region. So, this is an ultimate destination for hiking Nepal in June.

The Nar Phu Valley Trek begins with the world-famous Annapurna circuit route. The trek takes you to the Nar Phu Valley, which is located in a remote corner of the Annapurna region.

You will trek “off the beaten path” and cross the tough high passes of Kang la. This trek is known for its narrow canyons, incredible rock formations, ancient monasteries, and unique Himalayan culture.

This trek also offers breathtaking views of the Annapurna range, Manaslu Himal, Machhapuchhre Himal, Lamjung Himal, Tilicho peak and more.

Ghorepani Poonhill Trek in June

The Ghorepani Poonhill Trek is one of the best short trekking routes in the Annapurna region. It is also referred to as the short Annapurna circuit trek.

Ghorepani is a small and beautiful village in Myagdi district, Dhaulagiri zone, located at the base of Mt. Annapurna. The most of trekkers preferred this trek because it is not much difficult. The hike will take you to a maximum elevation of 2,855 meters.

The trek starts from Nayapul after an hour drive from Pokhara. The trail passes through villages and farm terraces, with views of Machhapuchhre peak.

You will walk through rhododendron and bamboo forests on your way to Ghorepani (2,860 m). From Ghorepani, you will visit Poonhill, which offers the best views of the Annapurna ranges.

The trek offers the mesmerizing mountain scenery and visits to the beautiful Magar and Gurung villages along the way. This trek is one of the best ways to explore the Annapurna region’s natural and cultural heritages in a short period of time.

Jomsom Muktinath Trek in June

Jomsom Muktinath Trek is another popular hiking trails in Annapurna area. It is also the starting point for upper mustang trekking.

The trek offers incredible mountain views and beautiful landscapes. The main attraction of this trek is the chance to visit Muktinath Temple (a Hindu pilgrimage temple) and Tatopani (natural hot spring).

The journey takes you through a variety of terrains with significant climatic variations. The trails descend from high altitudes, through arid lands, and into the subtropical vegetation hills.

You’ll get a taste of Nepalese culture In the Gurung and Thakali villages.

Few best reasons for Nepal in June

It rains mostly at night in June, and the skies are usually clear in the morning. The popular viewpoint across the trails offers great sunrise views.

The most of the hiking trails are less crowded. The local tea houses will give you their full attention.

During the rainy season, rivers rise, fields turn green. During the off-season, villages have very few trekkers, so you can enjoy the mountain ranges and magnificence without crowds.

Some useful tips for Nepal in June

  • If you’re hiking in the mountains, you better start early in the mornings because it rains more in the afternoons than in the mornings.
  • You should get a waterproof backpack to keep your gear dry.
  • Bring insect repellent to protect yourself from leeches,
  • Hire a trekking guide if you are hiking in unknown regions.
  • Due to the weather, your flights can get delayed or cancel. So, you need to prepare yourself with some extra days.
  • If you’re going on a long hike, your feet are likely to get wet. So, you should take trail running shoes that are light, breathable, and waterproof. This will also help you in keeping a firm grip on wet and slippery surfaces.


If you want to go trekking in Nepal in June, I can assure you that there will be plenty of great options.

You must prepare yourself with suitable hiking equipment. After all, hiking in Nepal in June isn’t all that difficult.

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