Khajuraho is a historical town in the Madhya Pradesh state of India. The town, homes several Hindu temples from 10th and 11th century. In the following section, we will discuss when is the best time to visit Khajuraho.
When to visit Khajuraho
Winters are the best time to visit Khajuraho. In Central India, the period between October and February encompasses the winter season and is the ideal time to visit this place.
We suggest avoiding your Khajuraho visit during summer especially in the month of May and June because the temperature of the region rises up to 47 degrees and the sun is overhead.
In the monsoon, the site becomes more beautiful with the lush green forest around the ancient monuments.
Hence, except for summer, you can visit this place all other times.
How to reach Khajuraho
In this section, we will discuss the possible routes and travel options to reach Khajuraho.
Reaching Khajuraho by air
Khajuraho as a domestic airport connected with major airports of India like Delhi and Mumbai. Since it is a small town, you can easily reach your hotel from airport by taxi in a short time.
Reaching Khajuraho by train
The Khajuraho station is connected with only a few cities of India (New Delhi is one of them). The Mahoba Junction is the nearest railway station in Khajuraho apart from its own. This station is about 75 kilometers far and well connected to other major cities of India. You can hire a cab from Mahoba railway station to reach Khajuraho.
Reaching Khajuraho by road
The road network that leads to Khajuraho is good. You can either self-drive or hire a cab to reach Khajuraho. You can even opt for state transport buses or private tour buses. The condition of the road that leads to Khajuraho is good and is connected with NH 75 (National Highway 75).