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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

What is the best time to visit Dwarka?

Kshitiz Ahuja DEC 10 2012
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The weather gods, depending on their mood, can change the entire experience of your holiday. But when you’re travelling to this Char Dham city, you would be particularly tested for your devotion and dedication to the lord. Here’s a peek into the weather at Dwarka, so that you’re best prepared to complete your pilgrimage:


  • Summer

    The sea reflects the high sunshine and makes Dwarka quite warm during
    summer months. You can expect the mercury to hover between 25 to 42 degrees celsius, making cotton clothes and sunglasses an absolute must on this trip. This season usually lasts between March to June in this city.

  • Monsoon

    The pitter patter of raindrops make the parched earth happy and cool those scorching temperatures down. Dwarka sees a medium amount of rainfall which makes the night quite cool, though the days can get pretty humid. Make sure to carry comfortable slippers for they’ll help you best to tread slippery roads.

  • Winter

    When the sunlight plays hide and seek behind a mild mist, you know it’s time for the
    winter season! The climate here is cool and pleasant during the day, and deliciously cold at nights, making it necessary for you to carry light but sufficient woolens on this trip. Ideal for being out and about, the mercury at this time ranges between 9 to 30 degrees celsius.


Many people believe that Dwarka is one of those all year round destinations, with moderate climate to keep you company. Yet, judging by the usual climate here, October to February emerges as the best time to visit Dwarka based on climate. If you’re a die-hard Krishna Bhakt, you sure don’t want to miss the Janamashtami celebrations here in August/September. Pick a month, pack your bags according to the weather and just simply head out for a spiritually rejuvenating experience!

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