Weather of Karnataka

Winter Winter in Karnataka
( October till February - 8 °C - 32 °C )

The weather condition in Karnataka is the best during winters as the temperatures are moderate during this season and most parts of Karnataka can be visited easily during this season. If you are planning to visit Coorg then do remember to pack your bags with a lot of warm clothes as the temperature remains around 6 to 10 degrees here.

The winter season starts from January and lasts till March in Karnataka, with January and February being the coldest months. Many local festivals are also celebrated in Karnataka during this time.

Summers Summer in Karnataka
( March till June - 40 °C - 45 °C )

The summer season starts in Karnataka from March and lasts till June with April and May behind the hottest months during the season. The high amount of humidity is experienced in the state during June and July, just before the monsoon.

Hill stations like Coorg are a must-visit place in Karnataka during summers which will give you some respite from the scorching heat. Coorg is famous for being the coffee bowl of India and it also comprises some exotic spice plantations. You can also visit the Nagarhole and Bandipur National Park to get a glimpse of Asian elephants as well as the Royal Bengal Tiger along with some other wildlife species. Migratory birds also come to these national parks, and summers are the best time to visit them as you will find lush green forests during summers.

Coastal Karnataka, which covers famous places like Gokarna is also a nice place to spend your summer vacation. Gokarna is also held a mythological significant as it comprises the temple of Mahabaleshwara Swamy where it is believed that the famous Atmalinga given to Ravana by Lord Shiva is placed.

Monsoon Monsoon in Karnataka
( July till September - 18 °C - 20 °C )

The monsoon season begins in June and lasts till September in Karnataka. During this time the Southwesterly bring rain in Karnataka. Udupi is the district receiving the highest average rainfall while the districts of Bijapur and Koppal are the ones who receive the lowest average rainfall in Karnataka.

Visit the famous national parks of Bandipur and Nagarhole during monsoon and allow the scintillating natural beauty of these jungles during monsoon to charm you. The famous Jog Falls are in their full might during the monsoons and are a must-visit if you are planning to visit Karnataka during the monsoons.

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