Though Vaishno Devi is open to pilgrims all year, the best time to visit is entirely dependent on the Vaishno Devi Temperature. If you intend to visit Mata Vaishno Devi, this post will assist you in determining the best time to visit India's most famous pilgrimage.

Mata Vaishno Devi is one of India's most revered holy temples. The temple of Goddess Durga, Vaishno Devi, is located in the Trikuta hills of Jammu & Kashmir. It is a cave temple, and goddess Durga is said to have built it to hide from Bhairav, who wanted to kill Mata Durga

Which is the best time to go to Vaishno Devi?

In general, the best time to visit Vaishno Devi, Katra is from March to July if you want a smooth journey with less luggage. During these months, the temperature in Vaishno Devi is neither too cold nor too hot, and there is no rain.

If you want to see snowfall, the best time to visit Vaishno Devi is from December to February. Vaishno Devi's temperature remains low during these months, resulting in snowfall. The hills and trees are blanketed in white snow. This is the best time to visit Vaishno Devi if you want to avoid crowds and enjoy the peace and quiet.


However, due to heavy rainfall, the months of July and September are not suitable for visiting the hills or Vaishno Devi. You can, even so, visit if you desire to see the breathtaking waterfalls surrounded by lush greenery. Because of the dangers of multiple slides, you must exercise extreme caution.

October to November is another ideal time to visit Vaishno Devi. Due to festivals, these are the busiest months for visitors to Vaishno Devi. During Navratri in October, devotees from all over India can be seen yelling 'Jai Mata Di'. Although Diwali is also a great time to visit, the Vaishno Devi Temperature is ideal for trekking. Trekking through the Trikuta hills also provides breathtaking views of the lush green forests.

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