The temperature is almost uniform through the year in Mumbai. As the city rests on the coast, the climate is humid throughout the year. Visitors come all through the year and enjoy the life of Mumbai. However, winter is relatively the great time to visit. If you like rain, Marine Drive is the best place to drench in hot masala tea and pakoras during monsoon June to October is the monsoon season here to enjoy the rain. Beautiful waterfalls and green hills around Mumbai makes the place must be visited.
The city feels three main seasons — Summer, Monsoon and Winter. March to May is the summer months when temperature touches near 35°C. Heat and humidity are at the extreme level during this season so that these months should be avoided. November to February is a pleasant time to be in Mumbai with moderate temperatures. This is also the ideal time for sightseeing in the Mumbai city.
The best time to visit is during the winter which starts from October to February. The city turns into the ideal destination to visit during this period. In the winter, the minimum temperature falls near 10°C and the maximum is 30-31 degrees. The days are very pleasant. Visitors can indulge themselves in outdoor activities and sightseeing. Christmas and New Year make Mumbai worth visiting in December.
The summer days are hot and humid. The temperature is 32 to 38 degree Celsius. May month is the hottest month here. As there are few tourists around during this season, travellers may visit Mumbai during summer to avail the budgeted accommodation.
Mumbai is known for its heavy rainfall in monsoon season. Though most of the travellers avoid rainy season to visit places, Mumbai is an exception. Adventurists and nature lovers will love the green hills and long seashore to explore endless places. Sahyadri mountain range is providing adjoining hill stations like Lonavala, Khandala, Matheran, etc. Discover the adventure life here during monsoon. Tourist can spend the best time with the trademark festival Ganesh Chaturthi which comes in September month.