Khandala has typical monsoon weather and there are three distinct seasons. With a constant temperature throughout the year, Khandala became a pleasant destination to visit all year around. If you are visiting Khandala for the first time, learn about its seasons first to plan your trip:
Summer (March to May): The average high temperature stays around 33 degree Celsius. Since its cooler than the rest of Maharashtra and is also the peak season, tons of tourists flood to Khandala in summer.
Monsoon (June to September): Heavy rainfall, cold weather, lush green mountains and picturesque waterfalls, make Khandala a beautiful scenery. For Mumbai, Khandala is the nearest weekend destination to enjoy the monsoon. That’s why, monsoon is another peak season for this hill station.
Winter (October to February): The retreating monsoon keeps the climate cold and in the months of December and January, the temperature is around 12 degree Celsius. Though this hill station becomes much colder than other part of Maharashtra, it is also the ideal time to visit Khandala for honeymooners, trekkers and hikers!
Hence, summer and monsoon are the best time to visit Khandala. On the flip side, the winter season can also be considered if you wish to avoid the crowd.