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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

What is the best climate and time to visit Port Blair?

Kapil Gumasta DEC 10 2012
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Port Blair is considered as heaven by the nature lovers. And owing to the fact that it's teeming with the most diverse flora and fauna that you can imagine for the whole year, its gates welcome travel enthusiasts all year around. Nevertheless, if you are eager to know what season suits you best, let's have a quick view of the same:

  • Summers

Summers that visit the place from March and stay on till May are not scorchingly hot unlike the rest of India. The weather in summer time is pleasantly bearable and mercury hovers somewhere between 28 degree celsius to 30 degree celsius.Overall, you will have a pleasant stay and can indulge in activities such as snorkelling, underwater diving, and boating.

  • Monsoons

Port Blair, during rains, seems likes a wet painting, shimmering with all its natural beauty. One touch and you can smudge it. Monsoons capture the intrinsic beauty of the place from the month of May till August and are characterised by heavy thunders at times. It's not advisable to visit the place in rains, if a lot on underwater activities is what you are aiming at. Otherwise, it's Port Blair at its soothing best.

  • Winters

Winters bring out all the hues of Port Blair from late September to late February and the weather remains calm and soothing to the core. With sunshine bathing the whole city in a different glimmer, no traveler would complain. You are all set to have a memorable time, with the temperature shuffling at around 22 degrees.

If you are still looking for a precise answer, October to May is the best time to visit Port Blair. Port Blair is in its full glory during this time and is open to all sorts of activities, including a whole lot of underwater fun like snorkelling, scuba-diving, boating and more.

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