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Kasauli Weather And Best Time To Visit Kasauli
Established by the British in 1842, Kasauli is a pretty little hill station perched in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded by snow-capped hills, green fields and timber forests, Kasauli can be visited any time of the year as the weather remains beautiful. Nevertheless, let us see how the weather treats its visitors during different seasons and best, the most ideal time to visit Kasauli.
Summer (March to June)
Summer months are mild and pleasant in Kasauli. Nights are cool and days are warm, not excessively hot. Maximum temperature hovers around 28°C while minimum temperatures dip as low as 14°C making it quite favourable for tourists to explore and do sightseeing. It is considered the peak season as it allows tourists to go trekking, take nature walks and the greenery all around is pleasing to the eyes. It is also an opportunity to participate in the Basant Panchami festival celebrated in the month of March.
Monsoon (July to September)
Though Kasauli receives an average annual rainfall of 1600 mm rainfall, rainfall is not heavy. It is intermittent. There is freshness and greenery all around, creating the perfect ambience for trekking and nature walks. Monsoon also coincides with the Sari Festival held every July.
Winter (October to March)
Winters are chilly with frequent snowfall. Temperatures range between 4°C and 19°C. It nevertheless draws tourists in fairly large numbers who come to enjoy the chill and snowfall. Lohri is celebrated with much pomp in the month of January. Those visiting Kasuali during winter often join the locals to celebrate the harvest season with folk dance, bon fire and sacred offerings.