The best times to visit IndiaIndia is a gigantic country with climatic differences between the major regions and it is possible to visit it practically throughout the year.
The Indian climate is strongly influenced by the Himalayas and Thar Desert, which drives the monsoons. The Himalayas brake the cold winds of central Asia, keeping most of the subcontinent at a higher temperature than regions at similar latitudes. Thar desert plays a key role in attracting the summer monsoon winds, with a high humidity level, between June and October, which provides most of the rains during the year. Four major climatic clusters prevail in the country: wet tropical, dry tropical, wet subtropical, and mountainous.
India is the seventh country by geographic extent in the world and it is wet by the Indian Ocean to the south, from the Arabian Sea to the west and from the Gulf of Bengal to the east. It has a coast line that stretches for 7.517 km.
For these reasons, India has a wide range of climatic and meteorological conditions, strongly influenced both by geographic scale and by topographical variety. India hosts six major climate subtypes, ranging from the desert to the west, alpine and glaciers to the north, wet tropical and dry tropical regions of the southwest and the islands, the subtropical, the arid. From here, a whole series of regional microclimate is grafted. The subcontinent has four seasons: winter (January and February), summer (March to May), monsoon season (June to September), and a post-monsoon period (October-December).
Geological and geological uniqueness of India strongly influences the climate; This is particularly true of the Himalayas and Hindu Kush Mountains acting as a hindrance to cold winds coming from Central Asia. This helps keep temperatures higher than regions at the same latitudes. Therefore, even though the Cancer Tropic passes through the center of India, the entire country is tended to be tropical. At the same time, the Thar Desert plays an important role in attracting the moisture of winds that spin from the southwest loads of the summer monsoon, which supply most of the precipitation between June and October.
The best season to go to India is winter, which runs from November to March. However, given that India is a giant country, climate differences between the regions are considerable. In December and January, for example, it can be very cold in the North. The south-east coast and the south of the country are targeted by heavy rains from October until early December. Then you have to adjust your departure dates according to the region you plan to visit; In any case avoids the monies that last forever from May to October throughout the country.
IN INDIA MONTH PER MONTH
From January to March
This is the best time to go to India with mild temperatures (between 15 ° C and 30 ° C) and rain is virtually absent, ensuring pleasant and sunny days. This period however represents the high season, so the prices are higher and the number of tourists present in the country reaches its maximum.
What to visit:
Discover Delhi, India's most populous capital, home to Hindu temples, mosques, residential and popular neighborhoods.
South India, where it always gets hot and you never get the cold. Here you can refresh yourself on the beaches of Goa, visit the Hindu temples and perish in the urban jungle of Bombay! Trekking in the reserves is less exhausting so it is much more pleasant to discover the wildlife of the country.
To visit Rajasthan this is the best time.
The extreme north of India in particular, the Ladakh region which easily reaches -30 ° C.
The south east and the extreme south of India where you risk getting caught in some late monsoon.
Not to be missed:
If winter is synonymous with skiing, spend some days in the areas of Jammu-et-Caschemire, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, where you can enjoy skiing or snowboarding at ragged prices!
In India, in March, there are also the most beautiful festivals in the world including the Holi Festival and the Elephant Festival in Jaipur.
From April to June
During this period the temperatures rise to 45 ° C, making much of the torrential region and the monsoon period begins, which continues until September.
Where to go:
In Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, you can spend wonderful hiking, which is particularly interesting from the sight of thousands of pilgrims who make sacred pilgrimage. However, they prefer April and May compared to June, where the first rains begin to fall.
The other regions of India are characterized by unbearable temperatures, sunshine and humidity at highs.
Not to be missed:
The period between April and mid June is the best sight to see the tigers in the Uttarakhand region and Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.
From July to September
India is affected by monsoons at this time, so you risk getting flooded in flooded roads, rivers full of floods, landslides, and other natural disasters.
Where to go:
If you decide to leave between June and September, go to North India, an oasis of freshness between May and September, in sharp contrast to the torrid heat and the torrential rains that invest the rest of India. North India is a fascinating region: people from different cultures meet, and this land of mystery goes wildly.
Where not to go:
Avoid all areas affected by monsoons.
From October to December
From October onwards rains cease practically throughout the region. The fall has finally come and the temperatures return to be pleasing.
Where to go:
From October onwards you can really go anywhere. Just think that in mountainous areas the temperatures drop off very much at night, especially since December. Particularly beautiful to visit during this time is the Northeast, a remote region of India, reserved for adventurers.
Until December, there is a risk of torrential rainfall in the areas of Chennai, Madras and Trivandrum.
Not to be missed:
If you want to have a full view of the Himalaya with the sun shining on the highest peaks in the world, visit the Northeastern region of India in October!
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