Nepal experiences a huge difference in climate within the plains of the Terai, the mid-hills of Kathmandu and Pokhara, and the high mountain ranges. No Matter where the individual goes in the country, January is the coldest month of the year. In Kathmandu, daytime highs can reach 64 degree F, even though it can be very cold. Pokhara, as always, stays a few degrees warmer and has a clear blue sky compared to Kathmandu. Each day temperatures in Chitwan can still be as high as 76 degree F. In the Terai, mist is usual.
Snowfall in the mountainous region can make trekking trails in the highlands much older and more demanding – but there is significantly no rain all over the rest of the nation during the month of January. Crowds are at low all over Nepal in January. Kathmandu and Pokhara are quiet, and a lot of guest houses provide low-season discounts. This is a great time for travelers seeking deals and interested in lower-altitude events.
During this month the temperature falls down to nearly freezing point and the high altitudes at the time of this month witness rugged weather and heavy snowfall. In the month of January, days are cold and sunny. This is the most favorable time to explore if anybody has to witness even in snowfall. Motor biking during the month of January is not really advised. The road can be very slippery in the high altitudes and the riders can suffer badly from cold temperatures. The motorbike riders might get sick because of the cold temperatures.