Best Time to Visit Bhimashankar

Summer Season (March to May):

During summer, this place is sweltering hot and the temperature ranges from 23°C to 37°C and low humidity as well. In this season, the trekking is a bit difficult but the visitors can still visit other nearby sightseeing. Hotel prices are considerably low so that it is the best time for tight budget tourists. In this season, the Bhimashankar Sanctuary is full of Jamun and mango trees.

Winter Season (October to February):

Bhimashankar is a delight in the winter season and the maximum temperature is 30°C and a minimum is 13°C. The sky is clear and people get excellent visibility for outdoor activities. Winter is referred to as the perfect time to spot various mammals in the sanctuary. The trekking routes are well-marked and pass through rivulets, waterfalls, rocks, and cliffs. Tourists can camp out there too with prior permission. In this season, the Hanuman Lake site is an ideal location for spending a quiet evening and family picnic.

Monsoon Season (June to September):

In this season, Bhimashankar receives ample rain from the south-west monsoon and the temperature ranges between 20°C and 32°C. Sometimes, the heavy rainfalls make the sightseeing difficult but the pilgrims can easily visit the temple. The nights are pleasant and comfortable. At the time of rain, the routes become more challenging for adventurous trekkers and adrenaline junkies who have a great time in their lives. The Bombay Point, Nagphani Point, Vanaspati Point, and Gupt Bhimashankar give the most spectacular views of the valley to the tourists as well as appreciate the majesty of nature in its full glory. The air is full of the mating calls of the Malabar grey hornbill, the Quaker babble, the black eagle, and Malabar whistling thrush. Also, it is the best season to visit Bhimashankar for bird watchers.

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