Best Season / Best Time to Visit Mantralayam
Mantralayam is a famous pilgrimage destination situated in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh, near Karnataka border. It is located at an altitude of 434 meters above sea level. The average maximum temperature that has been recorded is 38? Celsius. The average minimum temperature is 27? Celsius which can again get lower during winter.
March to June is the time for summer in Mantralayam. The maximum temperature that has been recorded during summer is 44? Celsius and the minimum is 35? Celsius. The temperature of 44? Celsius will be aggravated to a scorching level due to high humidity and the climate becomes intolerable and oppressive. Light cotton clothes are a must during a trip to Mantralayam in summer.
Monsoon in Mantralayam begins in the month of July and it is extended till late September. There will only be moderate rains during the first half of the monsoon. The climate will remain cloudy with a maximum temperature of 28? Celsius. There will be heavy rains during the second half of the monsoon. Travelling during monsoon can get difficult owing to the heavy showering of thunder rains.
Winter in Mantralayam begins from December and it ends in February. The maximum temperature that has been recorded during winter is 27? Celsius and the minimum is 18? Celsius. Carry light woollen clothes while planning a trip to Mantralayam in winter.
Mantralayam experiences huge traffic of travellers throughout the year. October to
March is the best season for a trip to Mantralayam
owing to a pleasant and moderate atmospheric temperature.