What is the best time to visit Vrindavan?

Devotees flock Vrindavan around the year, except during sultry summer months since the holy city has tropical weather. The best time to visit Vrindavan is during winters from October to March, when the months are ideal for sightseeing and a great time to witness the beauty of the Yamuna River. Apart from Winters, Monsoons are also a perfect time as the surroundings are serene with petrichor and pleasant weather throughout the day.

Weather in Vrindavan


Upcoming Vrindavan Weather

Monthly Weather in Vrindavan

Month Avg. Minimum (°C) Avg. Maximum (°C)
January 9 21
February 11 26
March 16 31
April 24 39
May 27 40
June 28 39
July 27 34
August 27 33
September 26 35
October 21 34
November 14 29
December 10 24

Vrindavan in Winter (October - March)

The winter months from October to March is another ideal time to visit Vrindavan as the temperature hovers between 5 - 27-degree Celsius. This is the best time to plan your trip since the festival of Holi is celebrated with great pomp. The famous Boat Festival in ISKCON temple, Diwali and Dussehra witnesses a vast crowd during this time. Plunge into the Yamuna river and witness the grand festivity of Vrindavan during Winter.
Vrindavan, India
Vrindavan, India

Vrindavan in Monsoon (July - September)

The monsoon months from July to September is an ideal time to visit Vrindavan as the temperature is soothingly between 24-degree Celsius to 32-degree Celsius. This time of the year is also an excellent option to plan a trip to this holy city as the weather is agreeable and cold rain showers are a respite from the torrid summer. Clear skies over the Yamuna River with fresh water and serene ambience makes Vrindavan beautiful. The entire city during this time of the year adds to the beauty of the ghats.
Vrindavan City Ruins
Vrindavan City Ruins

Vrindavan in Summer (April - June)

This season is usually avoided by most tourists as the temperature during the months of April to June could go as high as 45 degree celcius. The intense heat hinders all your travel plans, as you wouldn't be able to witness the ancient architectural marvels of Vrindavan that are best witnessed during the day. The Yamuna River also dries up in Summers not allowing devotees to take a dip. Hence, summers are best avoided.

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