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ImageKarachi is very hot in the summers, from May to mid-July, and then during late September to early November. The air is dry, humidity is quite low, and hot air currents, especially during October, make it quite an unpleasant experience.


The best time to visit Karachi is usually during winters, the December to February season. Temperatures are pleasant, sunshine is warm rather than scorching, and the light breeze makes it all the more enjoyable.

The monsoon season brings plenty of thunderstorms during July and August. If you like to sit at home and take in the romantic weather while sipping on a cup of hot coffee or enjoying the local pakoras, this time of the year is perfect for you. However, if you plan to go out for shopping or sightseeing, this might be the worst time to visit Karachi. Rainwater on the roads gives Karachi a feel of Venice, and the standstill traffic makes it even worse.

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Planning a trip to Karachi
I have always wondered if we have a guide for 1 to 10 days of trip on the subjected where travells can be recommended on tourist sports, places to visit etc. This could hugely help to both visitors belonging to Karachi and people from outside.

Also I would recommend that you introduce more Pakistani travel sports, rather then international destinations.
Fareed M. Khan , October 18, 2010

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