March signals the arrival of spring season in Nepal and tourism starts to lift up as the days become warmer too. Wildflowers – in significant brilliant pink rhododendrons – bursts into blossom on the highlands and the days begin to get lengthier. The weather during the month of March in Nepal can be slightly unsettled, so the if the individual are willing to travel to Nepal they are to pack raincoat, but the monsoon doesn’t hit for a few some months so the rain, it arrives, it light and short lived.
With temperatures falling down to -10 degree Celsius, there’s normally a heavy snowfall still lying across. Elsewhere, daytime temperatures are starting to reach 20 degree Celsius and more. The landscapes can be slightly obscured through mist, significantly to the lower regions. The water festival of Holi is observed in early March. It’s certainly a vivid festival: locals paint their faces through gleaming coloured powers and throw coloured water to each other by the usage of buckets and water bombs!
In Nepal the month of March falls under the season called Shishir Ritu (winter season: This season is one of the coldest seasons in Nepal. It falls from mid-January to mid-March which is called Magh-Falgun as per the Nepali calendar. These months will be most favorable for the travelers who are interested in viewing the landscape but motor biking adventure tours are not recommended because the roads will be slippery due to snowfall and very cold temperature. Hence lower altitudes might be favorable for the motorbike tours but not when it rains.