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Mahabaleshwar Weather And Best Time To Visit Mahabaleshwar
Mahabaleshwar, a hill station in the mountains of Maharashtra, has an idyllic climate throughout the year. It is a picturesque hill station which has a number of attractive places to see, like the viewpoints, trekking trails, waterfalls and rippling streams that you can get a thrill out of if you would choose the right season for a visit. Summers and winters are tranquil and the most perfect months for a relaxed exploration of the regions, and if you fancy indulging in sightseeing and adventure tourism at its best. Here's a guide to Mahabaleshwar's weather.
Summer (March - June)
Mahabaleshwar had long been a summer resort of the colonial rulers during the British rule. And Mahabaleshwar still holds good as a summer vacation hub. Summers are warm up here on the mountain sides, and many tourists come over during the summer as the altitude provides a respite from the heat of the plains. There may be light April showers in the month of May. Days are dry and humid, while nights get cooler. Summer is a good time to visit Mahabaleshwar.
Monsoon (June - November)
Rains and humidity are heaviest during the southwest monsoon months from June to September. Mahabaleshwar that is located in the monsoon prone zone of the Western Ghats gets heavy to occasional torrential rainfall, with July being the month with the heaviest rainfall. October and November are post monsoon months with light rains and occasional thundershowers. Monsoon months are off season for tourism.
Winter (November - February)
Mahabaleshwar looks beautiful in winter, just lush and radiant after the monsoon rains have pattered away. There is a cool nip in the air and the mountain tops are misty and so photographic. Check out the lush, succulent strawberries at the farms, and the hordes of birds that migrate in to the lakes and streams for winter. Winter is the best season to visit Mahabaleshwar.