Best time to Visit India
The best time to visit India is from October to March, when the weather is at its best and thus makes it more enjoyable to experience ’The Incredible India’. However, India has a very distinctive climatic conditions and a different concept of seasons. Winters being the most pleasant having no precipitation with moderate temperature making it most suitable time period for travelling.
Festivals also play an important role in deciding when to travel. Become a part of stunning celebrations by travelling India especially during October-November month as at this time the entire country is embellished in the spirit of extravagant celebration, utmost enthusiasm with a tinge of devotion in it. Starting with the nine –days festival, known as Navratri. As this festival literally continues for nine nights celebrating for worshiping the three divine Indian goddesses, namely, Durga (Goddess of Power), Lakshmi (Goddess of Wealth), and Saraswati (Goddess of Knowledge). Dussehra is the tenth day and is the most important day of this festival. After a period of 21 days, comes the largest of all the festivals and that is the ancient Hindu festival of lights that is Diwali. Candles are lit and the dazzling firework displays illuminate the sky to celebrate, making this a magical time to visit the country. This is the most awaited time by the Hindus in this country. In fact, the festive mood overwhelms them all, irrespective of their culture, religions or beliefs. During this month of October and November, the levels of excitement and energy touches the sky. For tourists and shopaholics, there is no better time than this time to explore various Indian markets for as every shop during this time provides exciting offers and discounts on almost every available thing. One can even see the most extravagant celebrations in the city of Mumbai and Delhi. These festivities do not end here. Festivals like Govardhan Puja and Bhai Dooj come in quick successions. In march comes the festivals of colours, Holi celebrates the victory of good over evil. Every festival is celebrated with excitement and gala, as for every moment you stay in India during such festive season hereby leaves you with numerous memories to be cherished for your entire lifetime.
Climate: India is a big tropical country and is famous for its diverse climatic conditions all over the world. Due to diverse climatic conditions, India becomes a hub of wide range of weather conditions across a vast geographical region making it a multi-climatic zone. October being the peak travel season as the rains comes to an end and the warm sunny days comes back. Southern being closest to the equator remains hot n warm throughout the year. In the South, unpredictable showers can help create beautiful Southern scenery. Wonderful weather in December makes it the ideal time to visit South India, as it gets warm and sunny making it an ideal holiday destination during Christmas. The North enjoys lovely daytime temperature but gets cooler and sometimes foggy during evenings and early mornings.The early fog can occur at the Taj Mahal from November to March. The best time period for sightseeing with warmer days and colder nights leaves an mesmerizing affect in the overall touring experience that one can never forget. The colder nights in Rajasthan, the foggy mountain views of Himalaya and the warmth of Kerala has once a lifetime experience. December and January are the coldest months. Mumbai being a monsoonal destination and the best time to go to Mumbai is from October to May when the rain stops and its still moist.
Places: Choices of destinations for vacations in India seems to be infinite from scenic destinations to culturally soaked cities. Besides the dilemma of choosing the best destination that is really worth seeing. India offers a huge list of “must-visit” destinations for the tourists. One of the most incredible places of India that is also known as the “Heaven on Earth” is Kashmir well known for its picturesque lakes,fruit,orchards,captivating valleys covered with snow, vibrant flowers and lush green gardens. Visitors must make sure to buy the traditional Kashmiri handicrafts and handloom items before returning home. Leh-Ladak is one of the ‘must-visit’ place in India for nature lovers who wants to spend their time seeking peace away from the busy city life. A trip to Delhi be on the list of the fun seeker and curious travellers as Delhi is a city of heritage monuments, local markets (bazaar) and taming street foods. Home to the ‘eternal symbol of love’ Agra finds one of the top most places on the world heritage map with its authentic Mughal charms. Jaisalmer also known as ‘the Land of GoldenSand’ is an exotic city with an endless stretch of the Thar Desert , spells a magnetic pull at travellers sitting around the world with its charismatic ancient charms and forts. Kerala, Gods own country, has been blessed with immense natural beauty. The coconut filled beaches, immaculate backwaters, the rejuvenating ayurvedic massages and the colourful festivals is what makes this land there Gods home.
India is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. To make sure that you can make most of your time, must consider perfect weather conditions. To enjoy every moment of it, the holidays are needed to be planned in the pleasant weather that is marked by the snow in the mountains, fogs in the plains, warmer sunshine at the beaches and mysterious mists on the lush greens. Therefore making it the perfect setup for vacation time.