Gujarat is a pristine and serene land having the longest coastline of 1,290 km (802 mi) in India. As this state has the Arabian Sea in the west, Gujarat climate is dry in northern and moist in the southern region. In the year, Gujarat weather is separated into three major parts, winter, summer, and Southwest monsoon. November to February is the winter season; summer season is from March to May and Monsoon starts from June to September. In October, weather in Gujarat has clod breezes with intervening rain.
Along with seasonal changes, Gujarat weather has a great diversity. In winter, the average daytime temperature in the state is 28℃ (83℉), and at night it is 12℃ (53℉). But summer in Gujarat is scorching and dry. Average daytime temperature in summer is 41℃ (105.8℉) and at night 29℃ (85℉). The state experiences average rainfall of 33-152 cm throughout the year.
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Gujarat Climate - Seasons & Travel Advice
Winter (October to next February)
Winter in Gujarat starts from the mid of October and it is the most suitable season for tourists to visit Gujarat. In the winter season, Gujarat weather is quite pleasant and mild. In this season, average daytime Gujarat is 28℃ (83℉), and at night it is 12℃ (53℉). To feel the elegance of the state in winter, you can visit great ran of Kutch, Sasan Gir, Ahmedabad city, Dwarka, statue of unity, Gandhinagar and Vadodara cities. While travelling, the best clothes to wear in Gujarat are sweatshirts and sweaters. Just keep a leather jacket for night, and at day time you can wear jeans and shirts along with jackets. Another option for girls or women is traditional dresses like a long skirt with full sleeves top.
Summer (March to May)
Temperature reaches the peak level in May and June. In the day, you can visit some indoor attractions and go outside in the early morning and at night. Sunscreen is one of the most important necessities for you to travel in summer, and you should better take other sun-protective products like sunhat, parasol and so on. In general, it is not very recommended to travel there during this period.Gujarat weather is too hot and dry in summer. On an average, Gujarat temperature at daytime is 41℃ (105℉) in summer and 29℃ (85℉) at night. This arid weather in Gujarat creates difficulties for tourist to travel around the state. Still, as the state has full of climate diversity, you can visit Saputara, Bhavnagar, Patan, Marine National Park, Palitana, Diu, Thol Lake bird sanctuary in summer. In summer, you must keep your sunglasses and plenty of napkins with you. Also, while travelling, avoid wearing full sleeves and skin-tight clothes. Cotton made clothes, shorts, spaghetti, knee-length cotton dresses, loose shirts are the best clothes to wear in Gujarat during summer. Travel tip for summer is that always carry water cooler bag with you.
Monsoon Season (June to September)
Average rainfall in Gujarat varies throughout the state. Day temperature in monsoon decreases to 35℃ (95℉)
. But Gujarat weather has high humidity of 27℃ (81℉)
in the night. Few times rain causes a flood-like situation in some cities. While desertic areas remain dry most of the time, in monsoon, you can visit the Statue of Unity, Gira Waterfalls, Dandi Beach, Wilson Hills, Taranga Jain Temple, Parnera, Valsad, Saputara, etc. While travelling, avoid wearing floor touch dresses. It is more recommended to wear dresses that can dry quickly after becoming wet, such as silk, synthetic and semi cotton clothes. You can wear dark colour pants of 3/4th length, t-shirts, skirts. Also, keep rubber sandals and flip-flops with you.
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