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What is the best time to visit India?

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The best time to visit India differs from season to season depending about where you’re heading to be in India , i.e. summer is going to be a good season for some areas, while winter is going to become the best for some other areas. So, we need to know when to visit the place we want to see.

View of howrah bridge from babughat calcutta
  • Are you are a Sun Worshipper, and then it is your best time to visit India by October to February when Sun (your God) appears in the most glorious, especially in southern India. Although February to May is a lot damper, Sun seems to be lovely at this time.
  • Tiger and elephant viewing are best during the warm, driest months of April, May, and June, when tigers are out in search of meat.
  • Delhi and the Golden Triangle are best explored for tolerable temperature changes in February and March, October, and November, but you’ll get crowds at popular locations. The weather is burning from April to June, with temperature changes above 40 ° C. Just like the whole place weeps with solace when the rainy season comes in July, which can last by August and September.
  • There are a number of amazing festivities in January, from the Kite Festival in Gujarat, the Bikaner Camel Festival in Rajasthan to the national celebrations for the Republic Day on 26 January. New Delhi’s celebrations, in particular, are beautiful to watch.
  • If you’d like to go trekking in the western ghats of Kerala, it’s better to do just that outside the rainy season peak in July and August. Houseboats do not appear to be leased out at this period either. March is usually suitable for hiking holidays in India.
  • Diwali (Festival of light) is always great to see, which falls between October and November.
  • Do not underrate how cold you can get in rural central India in December and January-literally woolen hats and gloves and hot water bottles for nights and early mornings-but sunny days.
  • According to the Ayurveda tradition, the rainy season is the greatest season for revitalization treatment because the pores of the body open, enabling them to fully absorb oils and therapeutic treatments.
  • The most visited places by tourists are Goa, Taj Mahal. Let us discuss them in brief.

When to visit Goa?

The season between mid-November and mid-February is the perfect time to visit Goa as the environment is comfortably cool and hot. Such months are the best opportunity to chill on the beach in the midst of many visitors who spend much of these three months in this party area.

Amer fort near jaipur

December is the most fitting season as the capital of this nation experiences one of the most famous holidays, Sunburn, and substantial Christmas and New Year festivities. It is destination to lakhs of tourists from all over the globe. We have to reserve our housing well in advance, because that’s the peak season, as well as the price of accommodation may be higher than just what we think. 

The period between mid-June and October is that when the rain reaches the capital of this community. Goa ‘s length and breadth would be packed with a group to greet the storm. The period around July and September is ideal for a visit to Goa.

If you’re a monsoon lover and a beautiful green landscape, the rain Lord transforms Goa. People can visit Goa and during monsoon, and that one of the reasons might be the festival of Sao Joao, which occurs at the end of June.

When to visit the Taj Mahal?

Shah Jahan, the Mughal Emperor, established the Taj Mahal as a tribute to his queen. It exists as a symbol of love, and this is one of the seven wonders of the world. Early summer season (March to June) are the times to visit this monument. The best days to reach are from Monday to Thursday and are accessible to tourists every day between 6:00 to 19:00. except on Fridays. So, it is much better to avoid visiting the Taj Mahal on Fridays, as it is closed for prayer. 

We hope this information gives an insight on the best time to visit India, if so, why to late your trip.

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