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From the grandeur of the Taj Mahal to the bustling city streets of Delhi, India and its four unique regions is a magical destination for every type of traveler. Travelers planning a trip to India have many options to choose from. The Himalayas offer panoramic vistas and adventure, while the capital city of Delhi provides visitors with a glimpse at ancient Moghul monuments in the midst of modern mega-malls. True romantics won't want to miss the Taj Mahal in Agra, which was completed in 1648 by Shah Jahan as a memorial for his beloved wife. The places to visit in India are endless, and visitors may want to return over and over again until they have seen them all. Flights to India land at twelve international airports throughout the large country, including Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, and Bangalore International Airport.

When To Go

India is a diverse country, and each state experiences variations in climate. For the most part, summer monsoon season is a major factor when considering a vacation to India, but other times experience dry and warm weather accompanied by an average of nine hours of sunshine per day. October through March is perhaps the most ideal time to visit, with clear skies and hot temperatures. You can expect the most visitors November through February.

high season: November to February
low season: April to September
shoulder season: October, March

Weather Information

From April through June, the weather is dry and hot, with temperatures averaging 100 degrees during the day. At this time, people flock to the Himalayas where the temperatures are cool and more pleasant. July through September, monsoons are frequent and sometimes heavy. In fact, the coastal areas start experiencing their first rainfall in June. The Himalayas experience a very different kind of weather, with snowfall from December through February. In the plains of northern India, the winter months occur from November through February. In general, temperatures become milder toward the south.

Crowd Information

Fewer people visit during the summer and monsoon season. From October through March, festivals such as Durga Puja, Diwali, Christmas, the Goa Carnival, the Desert Festival, the Bikaner Camel Festival, Pushkar Mela, Kartik Purnima Snan, and Makar Sankranti attract large crowds.

Closure Information

Restaurants, hotels, and shops stay open year-round.

When to Save

Prices are reduced during the off-peak seasons.

Information provided by the India Tourist Office

A few more sites for information

  • Pan India Corporation: This website features a comprehensive list of festivals, organized by month, alphabetical order, and event.
  • Here you will find listings of events taking place all over India. You can easily search by event, city, or category.
  • Based on where you're going in India, this popular website for current weather provides upcoming forecasts, a flight tracker, and temperature averages for the previous year.
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