Mumbai is a year-round holiday destination. However, pleasing weather during winters entices a higher number of tourists to book tickets on flights for this charming metropolis in India. Here is a look into the key attractions of winters in Mumbai. 


Winters in Mumbai (November to mid March) remains the most rewarding time for beholding its tourist trappings. Cool refreshing breeze, reasonable temperature (around 20oC), humidity at its lowest and a festive atmosphere all around, it is when the Asia’s leading metropolis guarantees a rejuvenating treat in the lap of sheer modernity. From the poetic beauty of Marine Drive to the architectural splendour of Gateway of India and undeterred charms of its markets and nightlife centres; everything in the city turns hale and hearty and promises a whole lot of fun to all those who spend on air tickets aboard flights landing here. Here is a quick look!

Weather in winters

Since summers in Mumbai are irritatingly hot and humid, the city and its people welcome the season with great zeal and enthusiasm. The season starts from November and lasts till mid March. The temperature hardly touches 10 degree Celsius as minimum and 27 degree Celsius as maximum. Fresh breeze and sunny days make the season more enjoyable. It is a time when a good proportion of domestic as well as international tourists frequent the city for taking pleasure in outdoor activities. Quite naturally, during this period the demand for tickets on Mumbai bound flights and accommodations rise considerably.

Key Attractions

From glorious monuments to fun-filled amusement parks and religious sanctums to high profile fashion shows, the entertainment capital of India is brimming with an array of delights which are sure to leave visitors mesmerised.

The Gateway of India: This one of the most important structures in Mumbai is located in its southern part, overlooking the mighty Arabian Sea. It is about 26-meters tall and reflects the impressive combination of Hindu and Muslim architectural styles. No wonder, numerous holidaymakers seek tickets on flights arriving in this part of India with this imposing structure on top of their priority list.

Temples and Shrines: Like other parts of India, people in Mumbai are inherently religious and have the deepest regard for tradition. Scores of temples and mosques with great religious importance entice keen travellers to reserve tickets on flights arriving in the metropolis. Religiously inclined tourists just cannot afford to not visit the Haji Ali Mosque, a famous pilgrimage centre for Muslims. Siddhivinayak Temple is remarkable for being one of the richest temples in India, and is a must-visit site for international tourists spending on flights tickets for holidaying here.

Shopping: A leisure trip to Mumbai is worthless, if travel plan does not include shopping. Revered as ne of the fashion capitals of Asia, it is a shopaholic’s paradise. Although each corner of the metropolis is replete with shops and stores, but if you are looking for some really good deals, a visit to Crawford market, Bhuleshwar Market and Fab India is recommended. A walk through the fashion Street Market, which is lined with small stalls and fashion boutiques, will also be a delightful experience, well worth the cost of tickets aboard flights and holiday packages for the destination.

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