Khandala Weather







Khandala weather remains pleasant throughout the year. Khandala experiences summer season between the months of April and June and winter season between November and February. The climate of Khandala is mild during the summers and cool during winter the months.

The best time to visit Khandala is between October and May. The pleasant Khandala weather between October and May makes it one of the most popular destinations in Maharashtra.

Southwestern monsoon brings heavy rainfall in the region. It experiences monsoon season between June and September. In fact, tourists willing to come to Khandala are advisable to avoid the monsoon season.





Last Updated on 5/22/2013








     


     

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