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Vadodara (Baroda) Weather And Best Time To Visit Vadodara (Baroda)
Vadodara, previously known as Baroda, is one of the major cities in Gujarat. Vadodara is located on the bank of river Vishwamitri which increases the natural beauty of the city. Numerous tourists and travellers from all over the country roll up to visit this “Cultural Centre” of the nation, that is, Vadodara.
The best attraction of this destination is its rich culture. Let’s discuss the weather and the best time to visit Vadodara in more detail. The best time to visit Vadodara is said to be, after October and before March. This destination encounters the tropical and savanna kind of climate which varies according to the season.
Summer (March to June)
Summers in Vadodara begins from late March and last till June. It is a tough time to visit Vadodara because of the extremely hot and long summers. Summers in India are generally very hot and a huge part of the country gets under the firing range. Vadodara is no different and it gets really hot here especially in the month of May, but it still remains attractive for many visitors.
Temperature range: Minimum 23◦C and rises to a maximum of 36◦C. The temperature increases to above 40◦C sometimes.
Monsoon (June to October)
Monsoon is one of the best times to visit Vadodara. Here, monsoon begins from mid of June and lasts till late September. Vadodara gets heavy rainfall from the south-west monsoon, which not only reduces the temperature but also improves the natural beauty. The lovely weather becomes the center of attraction. The waterfalls, lakes, and gardens seem at their utmost splendor during the monsoons. Although it is a bit humid during monsoons, it is still amazing to visit the places throughout the season. The average annual rainfall in Vadodara is around 93 cm. Heavy rainfall occasionally floods the rivers.
Temperature range: Minimum 24.5◦C and rises to a maximum 38◦C.
Winter (November to February)
The best time to visit Vadodara is winter. Winter starts in Vadodara from early November and ends in late February. The climate is neither too hot nor too cold and therefore visiting Vadodara during this time is perfect for travellers. The sunrise and sunset are at winters’ paramount magnificence. Kriti Stambh, Nazarbaug Palace, Sayaji Baug, EME Temple, Laxmi Vilas Palace, Baroda Museum, Surya Mandir, Swaminarayan Mandir, and other attractive places can be pleasantly explored. This time is best known for dancing and the Festival of Navratri.
Temperature range: Minimum 15◦C and rises to a maximum 30◦C.