Jalgaon, located in the state of Maharashtra and the district headquarters of Jalgaon district is an agricultural area with several places of interest to keep any tourist interested. The city is fondly called 'Banana City' due to the large quantity of bananas produced in the region. Jalgaon is also a hub of industrial activities, manufacturing a plethora of products, running businesses in the region. For the roving traveler, there are several Jalgaon tourist places to see and experience. One of the most famous ones is the Ajanta Caves, merely 60 km from the city. The caves date back to the 2nd century and are must visit for everyone visiting Jalgaon. The Swinging Towers of Farkande, which are 250 years old, are a unique piece of work where one tower vibrates when the other does. For those looking to cool off, one of the things to do in Jalgaon is to travel to Pal, which is a small hill station, 35 km from Jalgaon. The hill station promises a cool weather, abundance of greenery, a meandering river, and is perfect for a quick getaway from the heat of the city.

Best Time to Visit Jalgaon

The best time to visit Jalgaon is during the winters. The winter season in Jalgaon lasts between October and March, just after the monsoon rains and before the beginning of summer. During the winter months, the weather is perfect to do some sightseeing in Jalgaon like visiting the Mehrun Lake, Unapdev hot water springs, and the numerous temples that dot the district of Jalgaon.

Weather Of Jalgaon

Jalgaon experiences three seasons - summer, monsoon, and winter. The summer season begins in March, where the temperature ranges between 35 and 45 degree Celsius. Summers ends by May and is followed by the monsoon season, which begins in June and ends in October. The weather during this time has average highs of 33 degree Celsius and average lows of 19 degree Celsius, with the rains peaking in the months of July and August. The rains are followed by the winter months, which start in October and end in March. The weather in the winter season is very pleasant and is usually the peak travel season to see Jalgaon attractions. In the winter season, the average highs hover around the 28-30 degree Celsius mark, and the average lows can go below 15 degree Celsius.

How to Reach Jalgaon?

By Air : The nearest airport from Jalgaon is the Aurangabad domestic airport. After landing at Aurangabad, you have to take a 160 km drive which takes less than 4 hours to cover. The nearest international airport is the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, which is 400 km from Jalgaon, and takes just under 8 hours to travel.

By Rail : Jalgaon is well connected to the rest of the cities in Maharashtra and other states by an extensive train network. Dfferent trains either start from here or have a stoppage at Jalgaon (Jn) Railway Station. The trains that run weekly are Ltt Bsb Sup Exp, Pune Nagpur Exp, Mahuva surat Express, Porbandar Kaviguru Express, Gkp Pune Spl, Gimb Puri Exp, Mfp Ltt Express, Chennai Egmore Jodhpur Express, Cstm Ngp Spl, Ltt Gkp Spl and etc.

By Road : Private and public buses are available aplenty to travel to and from Jalgaon. The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC), the state-run bus service, has buses operating to key cities in Maharashtra from Jalgaon. The MSRTC has buses that ply between Jalgaon and cities like Indore, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Nashik, Surat, and several other cities. There are numerous private bus operators also plying between these cities and the rest of Maharashtra, as well as neighbouring states.