Best Time to Visit Ahmedabad
Best Season to Visit Ahmedabad
October to March is Best Season to Visit Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad can be visited at any time throughout the year but the Winter season from October to March is the best time to visit Ahmedabad to explore its historical monuments, wonderful museums and gorgeous lakes. This is the time the weather remains mild and cool and is a great time to enjoy the sightseeing. This is also the season to indulge in outdoor activities and you can also take part in the International Kite Festival which is held on 14th January every year. Better to avoid summer season as the sun is scorching during the days and the temperatures are high.
Peak Season in Ahmedabad
November to February is Peak Season in Ahmedabad
Navratri time (around October) and Uttarayan International Kite Festival are the busiest seasons in Ahmedabad. Navratri is an auspicious festival celebrated in Ahmedabad, people can be seen performing Garba at various nook and cranny of the city. Hotels are usually very expensive during this time due to the large inflow of travelers to celebrate the Navaratras in Ahmedabad. Uttarayan International Kite Festival is also the peak season in Ahmedabad, it is the most famous festivals celebrated with great excitement and enthusiasm in Ahmedabad.
Minimum Temperature in Ahmedabad
Maximum Temperature in Ahmedabad
Present Temperature in Ahmedabad
Winters are the peak season in Ahmedabad; it lasts till February from December. The temperature goes down till 5°C during winters; the maximum temperature is 20°C. Days will be warm and mornings are covered with fogs in the air. The major tourist attraction is the ‘International Kite Festival’ in winter. The city occupies many travelers during winter. Due to the peak season, plan and book your trips as advance.
Summers are hot and humid. Temperature ranging in between 40°C to 47°C, sometimes this reaches 50°C during summer. Summer is not suggestible to explore Ahmedabad. And summer is not the busiest season in Ahmedabad, thus attracts fewer travelers. Due to the offseason booking rates drop down, so that you can plan your trips with reasonable price.
The city receives heavy torrential rainfalls during monsoon; Ahmedabad receives an amount of 932mm rainfalls. Sabarmati River used to flood due to the heavy rainfalls, this makes you inaccessible to reach some of the sights. At the end of October, Ahmedabad celebrates, Navaratri and this attracts many tourists all around the world.
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