Best Time To Visit Gujarat
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Best Time To Visit Gujarat
Plan your trip during best season to experience the best of this stunning destination
The best time to visit Gujarat is during November to February, during the winter months, when the weather is much more pleasant than the summers, when the heat can sometimes get unbearable enough to interfere with sightseeing.
Although the best season to visit Gujarat is considered the winters, monsoons can also be a good enough season to enjoy the lush greenery all around. However, sometimes, the monsoon play spoilsport with going out and exploring the area to your heart’s content. Gujarat is a jewel in India’s crown, and deserves to be explored fully, so whatever season you plan your Gujarat trip for and whenever you land up in the state, make sure to visit all the major attractions and natural wonders of the place.
The best time to visit Dwarka and Somnath is the winter season. The best time to visit Dwarkadish Temple is early morning from 7 am to 9 am. The queue gets longer as the day progresses. Weather in Dwarka is pleasant during winters. The daytime temperature in Dwarka in December through February is ideal for sightseeing.
Climate in Gujarat
Summer Season in Gujarat
The summer season in Gujarat lasts from March to June, with the temperature staying within 29°C to 41°C. The blistering hot months ensure that stepping out becomes a major hassle, so sightseeing, especially in the cities where the cover of lush greenery is not available. Humid and sunny, the summers are ideal if you are looking to spend time at the only hill station of the state: Saputara, which enjoys salubrious climate almost all across the year. If you do not plan on spending a lot of time outside, then places such as Dwarka and Vadodara are also ideal, where you can visit the temples and other attractions during the night as well. All in all, try to avoid the summer season as a good time to visit here.
Monsoon Season in Gujarat
The monsoon season lasts from July to September, with the temperature ranging from 27°C to 35°C. These rainy months wash the state anew with a fresh tint of green, covering everything in a canopy of vibrancy. What could be better than watching rain fall on the already roiling sea? Spending some time in a wildlife sanctuary whilst the animals are out to dry themselves from the preceding rains is also something to look forward to. And what could be better than sampling the delicious fiery cuisine of Gujarat, after getting soaked in a thunderstorm?
Winter Season in Gujarat
The winter season in Gujarat lasts from the month of November to February, with the temperature ranging from 12°C to 29°C. The winter months are much more comfortable for people to enjoy roaming around, and enjoy a bout of sightseeing. The beach areas might be a little too cold for comfort in the winter months, but the entire state is a lot more pleasant. That’s not to say that the beach areas cannot be visited during winters, in fact soaking up the sun during the cold months seem like a divine idea. No wonder they say that the winter is the best season to visit Gujarat.
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Ahmedabad is considered one of the safest city in India, especially for solo travellers. The Gujaratis are very warm and welcoming people. However, it is best to take care of yourself like in any other place during travel and keep your luggage safe at all times.
While Gujaratis are known for their vegetarianism, non-veg food is not all that hard to find in major cities in Gujarat. There are plenty of restaurants serving all kinds of cuisine in Gujarat.
Navaratri, Rann Utsav, and Uttarayan (kite festival) are famous festivals in Gujarat. The Bhavnath Fair in Junagadh, Vautha Fair in Vautha, Shamlaji Mela near Himmatnagar, and Dang Darbar in Ahwa are popular fairs to visit in Gujarat.
Gujarat is renowned for being a dry state, meaning alcohol is banned in the state. It is not advised for travellers to purchase liquor illegally in Gujarat. However, there are some designated high-end hotels that sell alcohol to permit holders. A permit can be acquired from the officials by showing a valid identity proof. Non-Indians can also purchase a 30-day permit to buy alcohol in Gujarat.
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