Qamdo Travel Weather and Climate in November
Tibet Qamdo Travel Weather and Climate in November
When you go to Qamdo in November. The average minimum temperature in November in Qamdo (usually at night) is 10 degrees below zero (14 degrees Fahrenheit). The average maximum temperature in November in Qamdo is 16 degrees Celsius (61 degrees Fahrenheit). Because of the high terrain, the wind here is very strong and the temperature difference between morning and evening is especially large.
Historical Tibet Qamdo Average Daily Temperatures in November
|Days||Average High||Average Low|
|1||15℃ /59℉||-6℃ /21℉|
|4||16℃ / 61℉||1℃ /34℉|
|5||12℃ /54℉||-2℃ /28℉|
|6||8℃ /46℉||-1℃ /30℉|
|8||13℃ /55℉||-9℃ /16℉|
|9||13℃ /55℉||-9℃ /16℉|
|10||15℃ /59℉||-6℃ /21℉|
|11||12℃ /54℉||-6℃ /21℉|
|12||11℃ /52℉||-6℃ /21℉|
|13||9℃ /48℉||-7℃ /19℉|
|14||14℃ /57℉||-4℃ /25℉|
|15||13℃ /55℉||-4℃ /16℉|
|18||12℃ /54℉||-6℃ /21℉|
|19||13℃ /55℉||-6℃ /21℉|
|20||13℃ /55℉||-5℃ /8.6℉|
|21||10℃ /50℉||-10℃ /14℉|
|22||10℃ /50℉||-10℃ /14℉|
|23||12℃ /46℉||-9℃ /16℉|
|24||14℃ /57℉||-7℃ /19℉|
|26||13℃ /55℉||-9℃ /16℉|
|27||13℃ /55℉||-9℃ /16℉|
|29||14℃ /57℉||-7℃ /18℉|
|30||13℃ /55℉||-6℃ /21℉|
What to Wear for a November Tibet Qamdo Travel
With an average temperature of 13℃ during the day, it is recommended to wear warm clothes such as suits, jackets, trench coats, casual clothes, jackets, suits, thin sweaters, etc. At night, the average temperature is -5℃ and it is recommended to wear thick and warm clothes such as cotton-padded clothes, winter coats, leather jackets, tweed coats, tweed hats, gloves, down jackets and fur jackets.
Useful Travel Tips for your Tibet Qamdo Travel in November
- Because of individual differences, individuals will have slight high reaction, such as low fever and dizziness. The body will have a process of gradual adjustment. Of course, if you have a cold and a high fever, you have to see a doctor in time. You can’t delay getting sick in Tibet, because it is easy to cause pulmonary edema and cerebral edema, and you can’t joke about your life.
- A few days before the trip, you can eat some rhodiola rosea. When traveling, you can bring a little glucose. Glucose is very effective. You can prepare more. It is very useful for dizziness. It is better to buy more sets of clothes. In addition, cold medicine, antipyretics, antiviral oral liquid and oxygen bottles need to be prepared.
- Fruits need to be prepared by oneself. Tibet is short of materials. Many fruits are not fresh and expensive. It is suggested to bring two boxes of fruits that can be stored for a long time, such as apples and pears. Those who like to eat snacks can bring them according to their hobbies! Food must be prepared for at least two days, in case of landslides on the road, traffic jam will be in trouble, you can go to the supermarket to supply food to the county seat!
What can you do in Qamdo
Karub Ruins: The Karub Ruins have a history of 4,300-5,300 years, and among some of the unearthed 20,000 pottery shards, 1,234 pieces can be recognized. It basically exemplifies ceramics craftsmanship at the end of the Tibetan pre-historic period.
Lhegu Glacier: Lhegu Glacier is a group of glaciers located in Chamdo Prefecture, Tibet. It is named “Lhegu” because it is situated near a village– Lhegu Village. In Tibetan language, “Lhegu” means “a hidden village of idyllic beauty”.
Rawok Lake: Rawu (also known as Rawok) is the name of a town in Baxoi County, Qamdo Prefecture, part of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It is at an altitude of 3,807 m. (12,490 ft).The modern town (population about 2,900) of about 20 shops and hotels services the loggers and nearby military base.
Dongda Mountain: Dongda Mountain, located in Zogang County, Chamdo Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region, is the second highest pass in the south of Sichuan-Tibet Highway which has an elevation of 5,130 meters and is also known as the “restricted area of life”.