Historical Weather of Dharamsala in Mar
CHECK 7 DAYS FORECAST FOR DHARAMSALA
Total in wettest month
207.5 mm (1976)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours
73.2 mm (10th 1963)
Dharamsala is famous as the holy abode of the Tibetan Leader Dalai Lama and is one of the best places to learn about Buddhism in India. Situated on hilly terrains of the Kangra valley, Dharamsala has a beautiful environment with lush green forests comprising of Deodar and Pine trees. If you are a nature lover, a trip to Dharamsala will definitely be a treat for you. Few kilometers away, the Dal Lake is another picturesque spot you could visit.
Seasons in Dharamsala
Winters in Dharamsala
Winter starts in December and continues till the end of February. During this season, the mercury occasionally dips below freezing point. Winter season is ideal for enjoying the breath-taking beauty of snow-capped mountains and is a good place to go to for honeymooners as well.
Summers in Dharamsala
Summer from March to June is generally warm with day temperatures settlingin the range of 30°C to 34°C. Minimums remain comfortable around 20°C, making this place viable for trekking.
Monsoon in Dharamsala
Monsoon season from June to September brings heavy rainfall leading to road blockages. It is therefore advisable not to visit the place during this time. Rain generally stops from end of September and starts attracting tourists once again.
Places to see in Dharamsala
October and November are the best months for sightseeing and for carrying out adventure activities. In the month of February, Dharamsala is generally thronged by honeymooners as the temperature starts rising and reaches 10°C by the end of the month.