What is the best time to visit Kamshet?

Kamshet has a Tropical climate. The destination experiences constant weather that nearby cities in and around the district of Maharastra do. As paragliding is the main sport here, it is advisable to avoid monsoon visits as the winds are strong. Cool winters and warm summers are the best time to visit Kamshet. Waterfalls can be spotted here during monsoons.

Weather in Kamshet


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Monthly Weather in Kamshet

Month Avg. Minimum (°C) Avg. Maximum (°C)
January 16 31
February 18 33
March 20 33
April 23 35
May 26 35
June 25 33
July 24 29
August 24 29
September 23 29
October 22 32
November 17 34
December 17 33

Kamshet in Winter (December-February)

Winters welcome the tourists that are looking for cool and pleasant vacations in the Southern India. Winters are considered as an excellent season to visit the town where the nights are cool and chilly with a mercury drop of 13 degrees Celsius and a maximum rise of 30 degrees Celsius.

Kamshet in Monson (May-November)

Monsoons are a grace of God on this picturesque town of Kamshet. The average downpour that the city experiences is 1066 mm. The monsoons knock the doors of Kamshet in May and are guests until November. During this period Kamshet receives heavy rainfall which makes the town more lush green. The waterfalls here are well thronged during the monsoons and are a vision to witness.

Kamshet in Summer (March-April)

Summers in Kamshet are short yet vivaciously hot and humid. Kamshet experiences high humidity during the summers with scorching mercury rise of 40 degrees Celsius and hence this season may feel uncomfortable for tourists to visit the town. The summers in Kamshet starts from the month of March and extends till the end of April. The nights, however, are comfortable and cool.

Events in Kamshet

Adventure Sports: Paragliding

October - June

See the beauty of Maharashtra from the sky while enjoying a paragliding experience in Kamshet.

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