Pawna Lake Temperature & Weather Guide - 2024
When planning a trip to Pawna Lake temperature can play an important role! Depending on the month in which you plan to visit the place, the temperature can vary as much as over 20 degrees between the peak summers and winters.

Where the temperatures can reach as high as 40-degrees in the summer months of March and April, the Pawna Lake weather in winters can be very cold, with the mercury tipping even lower than 13 degree Celsius in January and February. 

The best time to visit Pawna Lake is definitely around the winter season when the scenery is still fresh from the monsoons and the temperature remains cool and pleasant throughout the day, offering ample opportunities for outdoor activities.

The monsoons that start around May and extend till September are also a great time to visit the place. The best part about a monsoon trip is that you can enjoy the lush greenery of the area.
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Pawna Lake During Summers

Summers in Pawna Lake do not last long, but the short spell of heat between March and April can be intense. Pawna Lake weather in summers is characterised by hot and humid afternoons and pleasant and breezy evenings.
If you are planning to visit the lake during summers, you can plan your hike to the lake in the early hours of the morning, since the weather is much cooler around that time.

You can enjoy the changing colour of the sky when you choose to trek in the early hours of the morning. Then, you can make the most of the afternoon sitting under the shade of a tree where you can dip your feet in the water to cool off. As the sun starts its ascent, temperatures also start to drop, leaving behind a cool, refreshing breeze as the winds cross over the water. 

Average Temperature During Summers:
The average Pawna lake temperature during the summer months can rise as high as 40-degree Celcius during the day. As the night falls, temperatures plummet to around a more bearable 30-degree Celsius or less, making it a popular camping destination, even in peak summers.

Pawna Lake During Monsoon

The monsoons are an excellent time to visit the Pawna Lake if you do not mind getting drenched in the rain. The monsoon season starts from the mid of May and goes on right until September. The Pawna Lake weather around the time is pleasant throughout the day with intermittent or sometimes continuous rains. 

As a result of the rains, the surrounding lush landscape turns vibrant green, making it one of the most beautiful times to visit the area. The pleasant weather means that you can spend the entire day walking and trekking around the area and then spend your evenings under the stars. 

Monsoons are also the perfect time for wildlife spotting in the area! You can bring your binoculars and watch animals and birds frolicking in the water. 

Average Temperature During Monsoon:
During the monsoon season, the Pawna Lake temperatures remain pleasant throughout the day, averaging at about 24-degree Celsius. The nights can turn cool, with the temperatures dropping to around 20-degree Celsius and lower. Therefore, it is advisable to bring multiple layers of clothes if you are planning to camp around this time.

Pawna Lake During Winters

Weather-wise, this is the best time to visit Pawna Lake as the monsoon rains have recently passed, giving the landscape a fresh, washed-up look. At Pawna Lake, the winter months start from November and extend right up to February.

The temperatures remain cool around this time of the year, and the weather is dry which makes it the perfect time to camp. The reservoir remains full, offering scenic views which you can capture in your camera and the trekking paths remain open and safe. 

If you do plan a camping trip around this time, make sure to pack extra layers of clothes and/or a warm sleeping bag as it can get really cold during the night. Also, since the days are much shorter, do plan your trip keeping the daylight hours in mind.

Average Temperature During Winters:
The average temperatures at Pawna Lake during the winter months of November to February remain around 20-degree Celsius. The days are cool and dry and the nights can be cold with the mercury dipping as low as 13-degree Celsius. The winds can also start to turn cold, making it necessary to properly cover yourself up in order to enjoy a good night’s sleep.

Best Time to Visit Pawna Lake

The best time to visit Pawna Lake is during the winter months of November to February. The temperature ranges from cool to cold, with the average staying around a pleasant 20-degree Celsius. The humidity is also at its lowest and you can expect minimal to no rainfall around this time of the year. This means that you can enjoy outdoor activities like trekking, camping, stargazing and bonfires.

Having said that, camping in monsoons is also an excellent option. The rain-washed look of the tropical landscape gives it an otherworldly charm and the weather is also pleasant with cool days and cooler nights. If you want to escape the crowds and enjoy dipping your feet in the water, then a summer camping trip at the Pawna Lake is advisable.

People Also Ask About Lonavala

  1. Is Pawna lake safe?

    Yes, Pawna Lake is a safe camping destination for all types of tourists. Whether you are travelling solo, with your partner or in a group, you can safely spend an evening at Pawna Lake.
  2. How do you get to Pawna Lake?

    If you are planning to travel to Pawna Lake from Mumbai, Pune, Lonavala, Nagpur or Nashik, you must catch a train to Kamshet. Trains run from both these stations to Kamshet, every 45 minutes. Once you reach Kamshet, get down at the railway station and walk out. Here, you will find several jeeps that you can hire, either on a sharing basis or completely for yourself, along with the driver. The jeep will take you directly from the station to Pawna Lake, covering an approximate distance of 22 kilometres.
  3. What is the cost of Pawna lake camping?

    The cost of camping at Pawna Lake for one night is approximately 1,000 per person. This includes the cost of the tent and all meals. If you plan to book with Thrillophilia, you can enjoy the lakeside camping experience with meals and fun activities, at Rs. 778 per person.
  4. How far is Pawna lake from Mumbai?

    The distance between Pawna Lake and Mumbai is approximately 120 kilometres by road. You can easily get from Mumbai to Kamshet by train. The distance between Kamshet and Pawna Lake is only 22 kilometres.
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