Best Time To Visit Amarkantak

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What is the best time to visit Amarkantak?

The best time to explore visit Amarkantak is during the winter months starting from October and lasting till February. Post monsoon, the rain showers also add a certain charm to the flora in the region. Furthermore, winters are a good time to visit Amarkantak as the weather is pleasant and enjoyable. Narmada Jayanti, Makar Sankranti and Shiv Chaturdashi are celebrated during this time with great zeal. Summers, on the other hand, are best avoided as the temperature rise up to 35-degree Celcius making the weather slightly warm for a visit. 

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Monthly Weather in Amarkantak

Month High/Low (°C) Rain
January 21°/ 9° 5 days
February 23°/ 11° 5 days
March 27°/ 15° 8 days
April 32°/ 19° 8 days
May 37°/ 22° 1 days
June 34°/ 23° 15 days
July 26°/ 20° 26 days
August 24°/ 19° 29 days
September 24°/ 19° 28 days
October 25°/ 16° 8 days
November 26°/ 14° 1 days
December 22°/ 10° 3 days

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Amarkantak in Winter (October-February)

Winters are the perfect time to enjoy the surreal beauty of Amarkantak and be mesmerised by it. The temperature ranges between 8 to 28 Degree Celsius and makes the stay for visitors a comfortable one. During the daytime, it is slightly warm so that the tourists can roam around, basking in the glory of the sun whereas, nights are pretty chilly that you would need some woollens to brave the weather.
Vishnu Temple in Amarkantak
Vishnu Temple in Amarkantak
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Amarkantak in Monsoon (June-September)

Surrounded by hills, Amarkantak receives moderate rainfall which brings a wave of respite from the aggressive sun. The temperature which is pleasant in the monsoon months ranges between 25 to 30 Degree Celsius. However, the rain showers might spoil your plans for sightseeing; hence, we would not recommend you to plan a trip to Amarkantak around this time.
Narmada kund Temple
Narmada Kund Temple
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Amarkantak in Summer (March-June)

Summers are not the right time to plan a visit to Amarkantak. The scorching heat throughout the day will leave you sweating and just looking to get some shade to protect yourself from the wrath of the blaring sun. During the summer months, the temperature ranges between 20 to 38 Degree Celsius. If you are visiting Amarkantak by any chance, make sure you keep yourself hydrated.
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Amarkantak
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Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh
Shri Yantra Mandir - Constructed by Acharya Mandaleshwar
Trimukhi Temple at Shri Yantra Mandir, Amarkantak
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