Chhattisgarh comes under the hot Torrid Zone and probably that's why the state observes tropical type of climate. Though weather varies from region to region, it's warm in most of the places. Like any other part of India, Chhattisgarh enjoys three seasons, summers, winters, and monsoons. During summers (April-June), the temperature sometimes goes up to 45°C (max) whilst the sun shines brightly over heads.Late in the month of June, Monsoons (July-September) arrive in the state as a respite from the scorching heat. Chhattisgarh receives pretty decent amount of rainfall with an average of 1292 mm. Since it falls under the rice-agro-climatic zone, rainfall proves to be the main source of irrigation. A significant variation in the annual rainfall adversely affects the harvest. In October, cool breeze envelops the entire state as if heralding the arrival of winters. The winter season (November-February) doesn't necessarily mean wearing loads of woolens in Chhattisgarh. At this time, the temperature even drops down to 10°C. Light woolens are usually enough to deal with winters in the state, however, heavy woolens are required in hilly areas. Otherwise, light cotton clothing is best for most of the time. Seeing the weather conditions, the months from October to March offers the best time to visit Chhattisgarh.
Chhattisgarh has many things in its treasure trove to keep the attention of its travelers unchanged. Moreover, what also contributes towards this on a massive scale is its climate. Climate in Chhattisgarh needs to be credited for remaining salubrious throughout the year. However, there is always a particular time span when we can see a considerable growth in tourist footfall. The best time to visit Chhattisgarh, India indisputably is October to March.