Jaipur is the capital city of the desert state of Rajasthan. Owing to its location in the semi-arid Thar Desert in Rajasthan, the climate in Jaipur is varied from extremely hot in the summer months to pleasant and cool weather in the winter months. The winter season is the best time to plan the Jaipur tour as the weather remains pleasant during this time.
The location of Rajasthan in the northwestern part of India has resulted in the extremities of climate in the state. The state of Rajasthan mainly has a dry and hot climate. Rajasthan climate can be divided into summer, post-monsoon, monsoon and winter. The temperature during the summer months varies between 32 degrees C to 45 degrees C. However, the temperature at night in the summer months falls remarkably. Extending from month December to month March, the winter temperature of Jaipur varies from 10 degrees C to 27 degrees C. January is the coldest month of the season. With an average rainfall of 90 %, the monsoon of Rajasthan remains quite humid.
Jaipur is one of the captivating cities which is a part of the famous Golden Triangle Tour India. During the winter season, you can have an exhilarating experience as the outdoor activities are easier to enjoy rather than any other season.
Winter (October - March)
During the winter season, the temperature goes down at 3 degree C. Tourists who enjoy low temperature can tour to Jaipur in the winter months. With the average rainfall of 556 mm, the monsoon of Jaipur is quite enjoyable. The best time to visit Jaipur is from the months of October to March. During this time, the climate of the city is very pleasant. In fact, September to March is the ideal time for holidaying in and around the capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur.
Summer (April - June)
The summer months of Jaipur is marked by high temperatures. The temperature of the summer months reaches 50 degree. Dry, extremely hot and scorching sun is some of the common factors of the summers of Jaipur. Tourists who are subjected to heat strokes must not visit the capital of Rajasthan in the summer months.