Located close to Mathura in Uttar Pradesh, the town experiences the typical North Indian weather pattern with three major seasons -- Summer, Monsoon and Winter. The best time to visit Gokul is from the month of October to March, during the winter season as the pleasant weather allows for a comfortable day sightseeing tour. However, Janmashtami Festival in August (monsoon month) is also a good time to visit Gokul to see a grand celebration.
Summers in Gokul
The summer season in Gokul starts around April and lasts until June. The summer season can be extremely hot here, with temperature ranging between 28℃ and 45℃. The days are extremely hot with a moderate temperature at night.
Monsoon in Gokul
The monsoon season starts around July and lasts till September. The region witnesses a decent amount of rainfall with the season bringing the relief from the scorching heat of summer. The temperature during monsoon ranges between 25℃ and 35℃. The festival of Janmashtami is also celebrated during this season, which is the biggest festival celebration in the region.
Winters in Gokul
The best time to visit Gokul, the winter season starts around October and lasts till March. The temperature during the winter season ranges between 5℃ and 24℃. The winter season here can get a bit chilly.