India is under the summers most part of the year. Summer
season starts from April and continues till mid-July. Indian summer means
scorching heat and temperatures in several part of the country reach even
48C. One would wonder whether there would be any place in Indian to visit in
In contrast winters are short. North India becomes chilly in winter season
while South India is pleasant. Winters are normally from November to
February. The third major season in India is monsoon which commences from
mid-July and remains till September.
Tourist places in India are segregated below in accordance with their
accessibility and the attraction they possess for the tourists in various
Srinagar, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Sonmarg, Srinagar
Nainital, Chamoli, Dehradun, Mussoorie, Ranikhet, Valley of Flowers, Hindu
pilgrimage tour including Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamnotri and
Shimla, Kullu Manali, Dharamsala, Chail, Kasauli, Kangra, Chamba
Mount Abu in Rajasthan, Ooty and Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu, Darjeeling in
West Bengal, Khandala and Lonawala in Maharashtra, Anantagiri in Andhra
Pradesh, Coorg in Karnatka and Ladakh
Hot tourist destinations in India like states of Rajasthan, Kerala and Goa
are ideal when visited in winter. Capital Delhi, commercial capital Mumbai
and Agra are also recommended to be visited in winters. People who desire to
witness snowfall do visit hill stations in winters.
» Meghalaya, an extremely picturesque state, is positively affected by
monsoon. Visit it in the monsoons and see the magic.
» Kota in Rajasthan wears fascinating look in monsoon season.
» Mandu in Madhya Pradesh. View of Narmada in Madhya Pradesh is very
» Nalasarovar Bird Sanctuary in Gujarat. Thousands of migratory
waterfowl assemble in this sanctuary right after the Indian monsoon season.
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