India is the second most populous country in the world, with more than 1 billion people and hundreds of languages. India is also one of the four ancient civilizations in the world, an Indian tour lead you to many world cultural heritages such as Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Ajanta Caves, etc. Nowadays, with the development of science and industrial technology, India has become a vibrant country, its economy has rapidly developed, and Indian technology engineers and information companies have won the respect of the world.
In general, the best time to visit India is from October to April, during this time, the temperature is moderate and not much rainfall. If you plan to travel to the mountainous region of northern India, then summer from April to July will be better, and for the east and south, December and January are the most suitable periods for tourism.
In northern India, the average temperature from December to February is 15 degrees, the temperature is very low at night, you need to bring thick clothes such as down jackets. After March, the weather is hot and dry. The temperature in most areas can reach more than 40 degrees, and the temperature in the southwest coastal area is about 30 degrees. At this time, you can wear summer clothes and bring a few coats to prevent the air conditioner from being too cold. Sunshine in India is strong, and sunglasses visors are also necessary. In addition, in India, you should avoid wearing shorts and short skirts and other exposed clothing when entering the temple. You can bring a scarf to solve this problem.
Peak Seson: October to March of the following year
Low Season: April to September
Rainy season: July to August
In terms of its size, India has a very low crime rate and is usually a safe country. However, as with any international travel, please pay attention to your surroundings. Always make sure that your wallet is zippered and that the wallet is in a sealed pocket. In the market, be wary of pickpockets and distracting scams. In addition, luggage can always be monitored at train stations/bus stations and airports.
When planning to visit religious sites, remember to dress conservatively. In addition, when entering temples and monasteries, you may need to take off your shoes or all leather items. But you don’t need to worry, because our guide will remind you when this happens. In addition, before taking a snapshot, please confirm whether photography is allowed. Keep in mind that some websites may not accept women or may only be reserved for followers of the faith.