Tibet Mount Everest Travel Weather and Climate in September
Tibet Mount Everest Weather and Climate in September
Average Minimum Temperature (℃): 0
Average Maximum Temperature (℃): 20
Average Precipitation/Rainfall (mm): 22
Finally, the rains of the monsoon have abated and the summit of the world’s highest mountain is once more visible, as the clouds have sped away to the south. The base camp is still warm, with highs of around 20 degrees, and the stunning scenery of the area, despite being a little arid still, is awe-inspiring, set against the backdrop of Mount Qomolangma.
What to Wear for a September Tibet Mount Everest Travel
When you travel to Tibet, dress in layers for the temperature drop between day and night and the weather extremes as you travel. You might be able to wear shorts and T-shirts in some places during the day, but you’ll need a coat at night. You’ll need a sun hat, sunglasses, and rain gear. Take a coat and winter gear up to the higher mountain regions.
Useful Travel Tips for your Tibet Mount Everest Travel in September
- With such a varied climate around the year, travel to EBC is something that does require careful planning in terms of making sure that your packing is right for the time of year.
- There are some medications for altitude sickness available, but you should consult your own doctor before you take them, and it is not recommended.
- Tibet Travel Permit: This permit is issued by the Tibet Tourism Bureau and is required for all international travelers heading for Tibet. You need to apply for this permit one month prior to your arrival in Tibet as this permit takes some time to get ready and you need to produce the original copy of this permit at the Airport before you board the flight.
- Take a large backpack, a small bag and a waist bag is enough. Bigger backpack will be a wise option as it will be unable to keep clothes and will be easy to carry as the path is not that smooth to walk. The small bag will be usable to carry the things for daily use, such as hand towels, toiletries, etc., while the waist bag will be useful to carry some small and important things such as your passport and documents, cellphone, etc.
- Oxygen levels are much lower in Tibet, so most people get altitude sickness. Cardiovascular conditions are exacerbated, so for the best experience, seek health advice before going and acclimate before exertion or going higher than Lhasa.
Things to see and do at Tibet Mount Everest in September
Mt. Everest Base Camp (5,200 meters): A window of clear weather opens up later in the month for sightseeing and hiking at Mt. Everest. It is still above freezing mostly. The average nightly low temperature is 2 °C (36 °F), and the average daily high temperature is 17 °C (63 °F). It feels warmer because of the 17,000 feet elevation.