Travel in India during July to October (Monsoon Season)

 
When You change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. The best time is always as soon as possible.

India travel tourism has grown rapidly with a great influx of tourists from all across the globe who have been attracted to the rich culture, heritage, and incredible natural beauty of India. 

Travel to India takes you to a kaleidoscope of cultures, cuisine and climate, and can be an exciting affair. Tourists who want to visit India should familiarize themselves with facts about India, when to travel to India and where to go in India and in which particular months of the year. India’s weather is extremely varied, something you must take into account when planning your trip.

India’s extensive coastline lies almost entirely below the Tropic of Cancer. Monsoon winds start to blow across the Indian subcontinent by the end of May. July and August are the months with maximum rainfall throughout India. Tamil Nadu in the south receives rainfall between October and December, beneficiary of the retreating monsoons. 

The monsoon tourist destinations in India include the Valley of Flowers in northern India's state of Uttarakhand and Periyar National Park in Kerala. The town of Leh in Ladakh is situated at an elevation of 11500 feet from the mean sea level. The isolated Ladakh region is a high and dry place with deserts interspersing the world’s highest mountain ranges. The barren but beautiful landscape of Ladakh is dotted with ancient Buddhist monasteries that draw thousands of tourists every year.

 Paragliding, trekking and climbing some of the most breathtaking mountains are the activities that will keep you busy at Leh. There are two festivals, one in September and one in May/June, during which Leh turns into a solitary bride of sorts.
  • Blogger Comments
  • Facebook Comments

0 comments:

Post a Comment

Item Reviewed: Travel in India during July to October (Monsoon Season) Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Ashish Shukla