Best Time to Visit north India


#1

I am thinking about travel whole india. and write a book about india. can any one suggest me about best time to visit north India.

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#2

India’s weather is extremely varied, something you must take into account when thinking about the best time to visit. The most influential feature of the Subcontinent’s climate is the wet season, or monsoon. This breaks on the Keralan coast at the end of May, working its way northeast across the country over the following month and a half. While it lasts, regular and prolonged downpours are interspersed with bursts of hot sunshine, and the pervasive humidity can be intense.

At the height of the monsoon – especially in the jungle regions of the northwest and the low-lying delta lands of Bengal – flooding can severely disrupt communications, causing widespread destruction. In the Himalayan foothills, landslides are common, and entire valley systems can be cut off for weeks.

By September, the monsoon has largely receded from the north, but it takes another couple of months before the clouds disappear altogether from the far south. The east coast of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, and the south of Kerala, get a second drenching between October and December, when the “northwest” or “retreating” monsoon sweeps in from the Bay of Bengal. By December, however, most of the Subcontinent enjoys clear skies and relatively cool temperatures.

Mid-winter sees the most marked contrasts between the climates of north and south India. While Delhi, for example, may be ravaged by chill winds blowing off the snowfields of the Himalayas, the Tamil plains and coastal Kerala, more than 1000km south, still stew under fierce post-monsoon sunshine. As spring gathers pace, the centre of the Subcontinent starts to heat up again, and by late March thermometers nudge 33°C across most of the Gangetic Plains and Deccan plateau. Temperatures peak in May and early June, when anyone who can retreats to the hill stations. Above the baking Subcontinental land mass, hot air builds up and sucks in humidity from the southwest, causing the onset of the monsoon in late June, and bringing relief to millions of overheated Indians.If you are going to enjoy this trip perfectly ,best tour packages are waiting for you.Also want to know the best places to visit in north India kindly take the Information from https://packagestour.com/honeymoon-destinations-north-east-india/


#3

Best Time to Visit north India. During winter and spring tourists can enjoy to the fullest in the Northern part of India. It is in between Mid-October to Mid-March, when the weather remains pleasant in plains. It is the ideal time to visit the historical monuments of the major cities like Delhi and Agra, the temples of Holy City- Varanasi and Khajuraho, forts and palaces of Rajasthan etc. Car rental in delhi Bike rental in delhi


#4

November to February is the best time to travel north India


#5

October to Feb is the best time to visit North india. If you are planning to travel to North India for your upcoming holidays by booking your North India tour package, then, first go through this list of some hidden treasures of North India which you absolutely must visit.https://indiator.com/tourist-places/blog/travel-north-east-india-hidden-treasures/


#6

Well the best time to visit india is b/w August to March because during summers india is pretty hot and is difficult to travel. Most of the tourist coming to india after october and stay till march.


#7

I think january to March is the best time to visit north India. you can enjoy places to visit in this time.


#8

Hello sir,

We would love to help you out, we suggest you to visit north India by May/june/july by road only.
we suggest you to book your package by wheelzonrent.in/ car rental in Delhi
Thanks


#9

November to February is the best time to travel north India.


#10

i think september to November is the best time to visit north india. make a tour Agra , Vrindavan, Mathura and stay in brij View Hotel in Vrindavan. Brij View is the best place to to stay in vrindavan


#11

In north India tours, the famous itinerary is Golden triangle tour India, where you explore Delhi, Jaipur and Agra in minimum 4 to maximum 7 days. Here you will be above to visit the famous Taj Mahal in Agra, the popular landmarks of Jaipur like:

  1. City Palace
  2. Amber Fort
  3. Hawa Mahal etc.

Plus, also plan to visit some popular on route sites like Fatehpur Sikri near Agra and Chand Baori near Jaipur.

Apart from Golden triangle, many travellers plan to go for a 10-20 days long Rajasthan tour and visit cities like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Bikaner, Bundi, Ranthambore etc. The best way to visit Rajasthan is by road as again you will explore some amazing on route sites like:

  1. Ajmer/ Pushkar
  2. Osian & Dechu
  3. Ranakpur, Kumbhalgarh & Chittorgarh etc.

You will get more details on Rajasthan tours & Jaisalmer tours at https://chetramvoyages.in/jaisalmer-tour-package/