Autumn is an absolute time of year to travel to Nepal, Initial November is significant. Wherever the visitors look, vast peaks and landscapes open up in front of them and the days are crisp and transparent. The warm rain-free days are excellent for visiting gilded shrines and wandering across prayer-flag festooned stupas. Trekking is also pleasurable at the time of the November month, but at higher elevations visitors will require clothing in the evenings. The temperature falls 0 degrees Celsius.
Towards the end of the month it becomes colder in the highlands and light snow showers are likely to take place. Hosts of migrating birds come in Nepal during the month of November for the winter. Sarus crane, Indian nightjar and Bengal florican are just few of the creatures the travelers may be fortunate enough to view in Chitwan and Bardia National Parks.
It infrequently rains and the days are gleaming and transparent so the conditions are absolute for visiting the nation’s original treasures. Tihar, the Nepalese class of Diwali, normally occurs during the month of November and travelers will view local houses and shrines bedecked through lighting and vivid street parades too. Against the end of the month winter begins to arrive and temperatures fall. Evening temperatures in Kathmandu and Pokhara are about 10 degree Celsius so travelers are to pack warm clothes if they plan to travel during this time.
The most favorable route in Nepal for motorcycle tours this month is to Jomsom Muktinath motorbiking. This is the Mustang area, which is also called Lower Mustang. The lower regions of Nepal are also favorable for motorbike tours.