Nepal Weather in July

Nepal weather in July is hot with high humidity; the average rainfall reaches 360mm (14.1in). The average daytime temperature is 20℃(68℉) and the average nighttime temperature is 28℃(82.4℉). The rainy weather makes July one of the least touristy months of the year, so one can enjoy the low price of accommodation and transportation. However, a good plan with less rainy destinations or not so influenced by rainy climate should be made carefully.
The hottest cities in Nepal in July:
  Janakpur: 36℃ (96.8℉)
The coldest cities in Nepal in July:
  Bhaktapur: 18℃ (64.4℉)

Averages for Nepal Weather in July

High Temperature
28°C (82.4°F)
Low Temperature
20°C (68°F)
Rainfall
360 mm (14 in)
Sunrise
05:12 ~ 05:26
Sunset
18:54 ~ 19:04



July Temperatures in Nepal
What to Wear
If you travel to Nepal in July, you need to prepare some lightweight and breathable clothing like t-shirts, shorts. Do a great sunscreen work to protect your skin. And take some raincoats and waterproof gears in case of the sudden rain.
 
July Travel Guide – Where to Go & Tips

Tourism Rate: 


Kathmandu Valley:

It is a wonderful land full of unique religious heritages like Hindu and Buddhist temples. There are three main cities here: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan, which are the must-go places for any tourists.

As the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu is the gateway to Tibet in China and India. Therefore, Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism, and Lamaism gather here and numerous temples were built in the city. It is famed as “a city of temples”. You should not miss Swayambhunath Stupa located in the west of Kathmandu with a history of 2,500 years. The base of the tower has five floors, each of which has a different shape, symbolizing “land, wind, water, fire and the essence of life”.

Patan is located 5 kilometers (3 miles) south of Kathmandu and was founded around 298 AD. It is the oldest city in Nepal and was the commercial center of the ancient Kathmandu Valley. The whole city is designed according to the shape of a Buddhist prayer wheel and is distributed radially to the four directions.

Bhaktapur is about 12 kilometers (7miles) east of Kathmandu. In the 13th century, the Mala Dynasty was set here, leaving many cultural relics. It is also the birthplace of medieval Nepalese art and architecture.

All these cities were greatly damaged in the 2015 earthquake and the repairing work is still going on.

Lumbini:

It is a Buddhism holy land known as the “hometown of Buddha”. People can go to the Maya Devi Temple, which is located in the center of the Lumbini Garden to commemorate the mother of Buddha Sakyamuni.

July Weather of Major Nepal Cities
July
Temperature Sunrise / Sunset Humidity
(%)
High Low
Bhaktapur
22°C/ 71.6°F 9°C / 48.2°F 07:25/ 17:32 44
Bharatpur
28°C / 82.4°F 12°C / 53.6°F 07:20/ 18:07 84
Biratnagar
18°C / 64.4°F 3°C / 37.4°F 07:56/ 18:38 79
Chitwan
29°C / 84.2°F 16°C / 60.8°F 07:45/ 18:30 83
Dharan
25°C / 77°F 11°C / 51.8°F 07:08/ 18:13 72
Hetauda
19°C / 66.2°F 6°C / 42.8°F 07:23/ 18:22 73
Janakpur
30°C / 86°F
21°C / 69.8°F 07:41/ 18:34 79
Kathmandu
24°C / 75.2°F 11°C / 51.8°F 06:51/ 17:35 75
Lalitpur
31°C / 87.8°F 15°C / 59°F 06:58/ 16:36 72
Lumbini
23°C / 73.4°F   8°C / 46.4°F 07:44/ 17:48 57
Nagarkot
26°C / 78.8°F 13°C / 55.4°F 07:03/ 18:11 74
Patan
22°C / 71.6°F 8°C / 46.4°F 06:56/ 17:43 65
Pokhara
25°C / 77°F
21°C / 69.8°F
05:16/ 19:10
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