Weather at Vaishno Devi
The shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi is nestled peacefully at the Trikuta Mountains among the clouds. It is one of the most popular and widely visited Hindu Temple which is located in one of the most breathtaking locations. Vaishno Devi witnesses thousands of devotees and it is among one of the best places to visit in India. Irrespective of time, the holy shrine always has its fair share of visitors. However, before you plan your trip to Vaishno Devi, here is some information for you!
When to Visit?
The best time to undertake the journey to Vaishno Devi is between October and March. As the weather is cool and pleasant at this time, a lot of pilgrims visit the place. But if you are looking for the divine conjecture of devotee and divinity at the place, then make sure to visit the place during Navratras. If you are averse to cold tempretures then avoid planning your trip to Vaishno Devi during the winters from November to February as then the temperature at Vaishno Devi reaches sub-zero levels. However, visiting Vaishno Devi at this time lets you enjoy the beautiful view of Katra and the surrounding areas which are practically cloaked in snow and look like mountains of melted silver when the sunlight gazes upon the valleys.
Attractions from Jan to March
From January to March, the weather at Vaishno Devi feels none less than bliss amidst the clouds. In January, as the snow peaks would be intact, along with your trip to Vaishnodevi, you can also visit some beautiful areas of Mcleodganj, Patnitop, Dalhousie, and Pahalgam. These hill stations are one of the most picturesque locations in Jammu and there’s a lot to explore in sightseeing. In February visit Baba Dhansar, Shivkori, and the Tulian Lake while taking a stroll to the Jhajjar Kotli. When March approaches, drive through Ladakh, Srinagar, and some of the most scenic routes of Jammu because if there is heaven anywhere on Earth, it’s definitely Kashmir!