Best Time to Visit Naimisharanya

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Naimisharanya which is also popularly known as ‘Naimisha’ or ‘Neemsar’, is a beautiful religious town located on the banks of River Gomati in Sitapur district of Uttar Pradesh. This old town is mostly visited by saints and pilgrims from all over the country with the thoughts of traveling to the place where Lord Vishnu once walked around and killed many demons. Apart from holding a spiritual significance during Mahabharata times, it is also believed that this was the very place where Goddess Sita decided to take the motherly refuge. So, many saints visit this town to pay their heartily homage to Lord Vishnu and LordRama.

The weather always falls into the range of 31 degrees to 40 degrees during the summer season and witness a normal dip during winters and monsoon. So, if you are planning a trip to Naimisharanya then, it is advisable to avoid traveling to this town during summer because the heat is almost unbearable.

April to June

During this time period, most parts of India witness scorching hot weather so much so that the temperature soars up to 47 degrees. So, avoid visiting this town during summer because the heat is somewhat unbearable.

But, if you are a budget traveler then, you can think of going to this town because the prices of hotels usually fall down during this time period.

July to September

From July to September, it is yet another time period when most parts of India receives heavy rainfall and if you don’t want to get stuck in your hotel room because of bad weather then, avoid going to this town during this time.

However, if you have to go to this town on a mandatory basis then, firstly check the weather forecast online if it would rain or not. So, you won’t face any kinds of discomfort during your travel journey.

October to March

This is the ideal time to visit Naimisharanya because the temperature may not rise above 25 degrees and also not see a dip below 18 degrees. So, you can enjoy your trip happily without worrying about bad weather and heat.

However, from the month of December to mid-February, the weather sees a huge dip in temperature because of the winter season so you can think of visiting this town but don’t forget to carry heavy woolen clothing with you.