Daman & Diu Weather



Daman & Diu weather is prevailingly pleasant in nature. Daman and Diu , the two islets located within Mumbai have a maritime kind of climate. Daman and Diu climate is usually dry and sunny all round the year. The weather of Daman and Diu is marked with low moisture levels.

Since these two islands are strategically located near the sea the weather is usually calm, cool and breezy. Not only that, the presence of the sun-kissed beaches of Daman are an ideal retreat for travelers coming from various parts of the world. Light winds blow across the region of Daman and Diu all round the year. These pleasant breezes blow from the Arabian sea. This brings down the usual temperature of Daman and Diu.

The maximum temperature recorded during the summer seasons is 39°C. The minimum temperature that has been recorded is almost 11°C. The summers are hotter in Diu in comparison to that of the island of Daman. There is not much disparity between summers and winters. The average rainfall recorded in Daman and Diu is 1687 mm.

The best time to visit the islands of Daman and Diu is during the months of September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April and May. The islands blossom with a new lease of life during this time. Daman and Diu, a place away from the humdrum of city life of Mumbai provides to the people an ideal atmosphere to relax and rejuvenate their senses.



Last Updated on: 3rd April 2013



     


     

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