Rajasthan, the largest state of India (areawise) has got a diversified topography from the nature. Mainly known for its desert expanses spreading over more than 2 lakh sq. kms, the state of Rajasthan is also having mountain ranges of Aravali hills. The landscape of Rajasthan comprised of plains, deserts, hills and forests altogether put a great impact in the state’s climate. Usually the climate of Rajasthan remains very hot most of the year that somehow makes the trip across the state uneasy.
Literally you can say that the scorching sun tortures the discerning tourists from March to September. However, during the summers, Mount Abu – the only hill station of Rajasthan provides a refreshing break to the tourists. The months of October to February remain quite cold and the weather remains comfortable for the tourists. You can plan your trip to Rajasthan during the comparatively colder months from October to February, when the weather totally remains in favour for exploring any part of the state. The monsoon season comes in between from last week of June and early July, and the state receives rains from scanty to heavy.
Some regions of Rajasthan are known for extreme temperatures in summers and winters. The parts of eastern side of Aravali range, west of Rajasthan and in places like Barmer, Bikaner, Phalodi and Jaisalmer remain highly hot during summers and the temperature even reaches to 49°C to 50°C. Similarly in winders some parts of Rajasthan experience temperature below freezing point. The temperature falls below - 2°C in the night at places like Churu, Pilani and Sikar.
Although the state witnesses lots of ups and downs in its climate it doesn’t put any impact into tourists’ flow. Thousands and thousands of tourists visit Rajasthan to enjoy a lifetime vacation with family, friends, and near and dear ones. So, don’t worry much about climate of Rajasthan and gear up for a short to long holiday.