What is the best time to visit Papikondalu?

The best time to visit this region is from October to March. The summers in this region experience high and humid temperatures, so it is best to avoid this place during this time. From July to September, monsoon commences, bringing in a refreshing climate change. Winters too are quite pleasant making it an ideal time to take a trip to Papikondalu.

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Monthly Weather in Papikondalu

Month Avg. Minimum (°C) Avg. Maximum (°C)
January 15 29
February 16 33
March 21 37
April 25 41
May 27 41
June 24 34
July 22 29
August 22 30
September 22 27
October 19 30
November 16 31
December 16 32

Papikondalu in Monsoon (July - October)

Commencing from July and lasting until October, the monsoon season in Papikondalu casts an enchanting spell over the entire region. The temperatures come down to 22 degree Celsius and scarcely rise above 32 degree Celsius, thus bringing in a welcome change from the burning heats of summer. The fresh greenery and the pleasant climate make it an ideal time to visit this place, thus drawing in tourists in large numbers. While you are here, make sure to include Gandi Pochamma Temple and Perantapalli Village in your itinerary.

Papikondalu in Winter (November - February)

Winters in Papikondalu are pleasant. Devoid of the chills, the coldest weather in this region is when the mercury level drops down to 18 degree Celsius. However, even in December, the temperatures may rise up to 30 degree Celsius once in a while. One of the best times to visit, winters in this amazing tourist spot transforms it into a hub for people coming in from every nook of the country. Papikondalu Hills, Jamalapuram Temple, Papikonda Wildlife Sanctuary, and Fort Gate are some of the places you must visit if you are here at this time.

Papikondalu in Summer (April - June)

With temperatures that may go up to a blazing 48 degree Celsius and hardly stay below 35 degree Celsius, it is best to avoid a trip to Papikondalu during April to June. Not only is the tour going to be an extremely uncomfortable one, but all your preplanned outdoor activities are also bound to go to waste. During the last weeks of June, Papikondalu receives heavy rainfall which indicates the arrival of Monsoon. Therefore, summers are usually scorching and humid. However, if you still choose to plan your vacation during this season, make sure to visit Damerla Rama Rao Memorial Art Gallery and Kotilingeshwara Swamy Temple.

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