Best Season to Visit Mount Abu

February to June & September to December is Best Season to Visit Mount Abu

February-June or in the months of September-December is the best time to visit Mount Abu to explore temples, lakes and forts. This is the time the weather is pleasant enough to enjoy sightseeing views and other outdoor activities. Tourists also plan vacations around the famous Winter Festival held in Mount Abu each year in December.

Peak Season in Mount Abu

March to May is Peak Season in Mount Abu

Summer season from March to May is the peak tourist season in Mount Abu and attracts a considerable number of tourists to this region to spend a summer vacation. Hotel prices are also a little high during this season compared to normal days.

Mount Abu Weather

Minimum Temperature in Mount Abu

10°C

Maximum Temperature in Mount Abu

41°C

Present Temperature in Mount Abu


Winter Season (November - February):

Winter season begins in the month of November and continues till February. Temperatures range from 25C to 30C during the day and drop to 10C s at night. Carry heavy woolens while traveling. It is also the best time for sightseeing and other adventurous activities like trekking. Visiting Mount Abu in winters will give you a chance to witness the winter festival that is held towards the end of December every year.


Summer Season (March - June):

The temperature during summer ranges from 31C to 34C. Summer lasts from mid of March till mid of June. While the rest of Rajasthan gets sunburned, people here enjoy the respite from the heat. The maximum temperature during summer moves around 36 C. Mount Abu transforms into a hub of festivities during summers. You get to witness the festival of Gangaur in March. You can also take part in the famous Summer Festival of Mount Abu that takes place in June every year. This two-day festival showcases an array of classical and folk music performances that highlight the live culture and tribal life of Rajasthan.


Monsoon Season (July- October):

Mount Abu receives the highest rainfall amongst all places in the state of Rajasthan. Monsoons last from July till October. The average rainfall experienced during this period is 70 to 180 centimeters. Monsoons bequeath nature with its own special hue. The waterfalls are at their peak volume, the flora and the fauna get overgrown thereby increasing the mysticism of the forests. If you choose to visit during the monsoons, do carry your umbrella or, raincoat. A pair of knee-high shoes would be better for the forests.