Dhule is an enchanting place with a rich history, the beautiful nature and the vibrant atmosphere. Dhule is today a popular tourist spot that is known for its various attractions and the beautiful flora and fauna that nature exhibits here. Located in the Satpura Hills ranges the place enjoys great views and climate due to it. The district has a lot to offer to the tourist. The place is famous for its town planning since the times of the British and ranks third in the country.
You will love the ancient temples, forts, palaces, the wildlife sanctuary, which are all very amazing, and tourists should not miss any of them.
Best time to visit
The best time to visit Dhule is from November to February when the climate is cool and pleasant so that you are able to indulge in sightseeing the whole day.
Summer – Summers here are hot and dry. The temperature can reach almost 44 degree Celsius and is very hot and dry. The summer begins from March and lasts through May.
Monsoons – Monsoons begin in June and will remain until October. The rains here are not very heavy, but the climate is very cool and pleasant.
Winter –Winters are truly great, and you can have a wonderful time here. November to February are the winter months that are great for sightseeing. The temperature can get as low as 12 degree Celsius.
How to reach
Dhule lies to the North of Maharashtra close to Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. You can easily reach Dhule by any mode of transport you choose. There are the airport, railway station and a good network of roads as well.
Air – Dhule airport lies on the outskirts of the city and is easily reached. One can take a flight from Pune, Mumbai, Nagpur and Aurangabad. Various flights are operated from here regularly to most of the major cities. From here one can take the taxi to visit several places of interest.
Railway – The Dhule railway station is connected with Chalisgaon junction railway station. Various trains run between these two stations several times a day. Besides, the chalisgaon railway station is well connected by rail network to most of the cities like Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune, Bhusawal and more.
Road – Dhule is located at the junction of three national highways like the NH 3, NH 6 and NH 12. There are many roads that lead to Dhule from various parts of the state. From Nashik, Dhule is just 160 km and from Indore Dhule is 322 km, and Mumbai is 503 km away from Dhule.