Best Time To Visit Roing

What is the best time to visit Roing?

The picturesque Roing in Lower Dibang Valley of Arunachal Pradesh is an exciting and unexploited tourist attraction. It is best visited during the summer season, i.e. between March and June as the weather remains pleasantly cool. Owing to the temperature that rarely goes beyond 30°C, it is quite a favourite summer vacation spot for people living nearby. Monsoons are not recommended due to heavy and unpredictable rainfall and unsuitable road conditions. The winter season (between October and February), on the other hand, is also an excellent time to explore the town. The days remain pleasant and the nights are chilly with the temperature touching 7°C. The weather stays clear and allows tourists to explore as much of the quaint little town and its attraction as they wish to.

Weather in Roing


Upcoming Roing Weather

Monthly Weather in Roing

Month High/Low (°C) Rain
January 21°/ 12° 15 days
February 24°/ 13° 13 days
March 27°/ 15° 14 days
April 28°/ 17° 20 days
May 28°/ 20° 21 days
June 30°/ 23° 26 days
July 27°/ 23° 29 days
August 31°/ 24° 24 days
September 29°/ 22° 26 days
October 28°/ 19° 18 days
November 27°/ 17° 5 days
December 23°/ 12° 6 days

More about Best Time to Travel to Roing

Roing in Summer (March - June)

The month of March marks the beginning of the summer season in Roing. It goes on till June when the temperature hovers between 18°C and 28°C, making it a pleasant time to explore the town. Since the rest of the country is experiencing scorching summer heat, Roing provides for a soothing respite for people living in nearby states. It is, therefore, a preferred summer vacation spot for families. Its potential for eco-tourism is being established, and the number of tourists visiting Roing is increasing year on year. During Summers, the beautiful weather makes exploring the attractions an enjoyable experience. One can visit the Wildlife Sanctuary, Salley Lake, Rukmini Nati, Mayodiya Pass, Nehru Van Udyan, Dibang River, Ipni Pani Ghat etc. which are located in and around Roing. Its geographic location and terrain make it an exciting destination for nature lovers. The surroundings are filled with densely vegetated forests, hills and valleys, and many streams and rivulets that add to the existing charm of the town.

Roing in Monsoon (July - August)

The monsoons may not be an ideal time to visit Roing as each year; the region receives an average annual rainfall of over 3200 mm. Monsoons begin in July and last till September. At the onset, the temperature cools further and ranges between 22°C and 26°C, but the torrential downpours affect the roads to a great extent and make travelling an uncomfortable affair. Nonetheless, the terrain transforms into a lush green paradise inviting nature and monsoon lovers. Although this season is not recommended to tourists, some offbeat travellers may not be able to resist the charm of Roing. If that is the case, planning a short trip at the onset of the season is much recommended.
Lohit River, Arunachal
Lohit River, Arunachal

Roing in Winter (October - January)

The Arunachal winter is the peak tourist seasons, and so is the case in Roing. The season begins in October and goes on till February. The town still maintains its monsoon beauty for some time at the beginning of winters, but as the season progresses and the temperature goes as low as 7°C, the terrain starts transforming again. December and January are the coldest months here. The daytime temperature hovers around 15°C which is cold but good enough to explore all the attractions or to go sightseeing. Those seeking a getaway from moderate or high-temperature zones are sure to find the winters in Roing a delightful experience. Itapakhur and Padum Pukhri, Rukmini Nati, Kampona Pond, Mehao Lake, Bhashmaknagar Fort, Hunli and the Mahadeo Wildlife Sanctuary are some of the attractions worth a visit during the season.

Roing Photos

Roing, Arunachal Pradesh
on way to Mayudia

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