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Coorg September-01 February-28
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A friendly warning to all concerned: One trip to Coorg (Kodagu) and it’ll haunt you for the rest of your life. You might leave Coorg, but Coorg will never leave you. That’s Coorg for you, incomparable scenic beauty, lush green valleys, coffee plantations, teak wood forests & majestic mountain ranges. Add to that- a strong, brave martial race of Coorgs (Kodavas) that reveres tradition, has a distinct culture and lives life to its fullest. The predominant entity here is nature at its best. Coorg is like the dreamland of the philosopher. If you’re the type who likes to mingle with nature, romance in the mountains, feel the tingle of the cool and gentle breeze, watch leaves flutter in dance-like movements and hear sounds of birds fill the air, then Coorg is just the place for you. Coorg, also known as Kodagu, is a place said to haunt you forever with its timeless beauty. Described as the Scotland of India, Coorg lies at an altitude of 1,525 m on the Western Ghats about 252 kms from Bangalore in Karnataka. Misty hills, lush forest, acres and acres of tea and coffee plantations, orange groves, undulating streets and breathtaking views are what make Coorg an unforgettable holiday destination. The best time to visit Coorg is from the month of September untill February end. White water rafting is a famous adventure activity to indulge in.,Beware of leeches especially while walking through wet grass and in bathrooms/toilets. They are in plenty in this region,If get a chance, do taste local wine and tody.,Buy some chocolates made locally at Coorg. They are available in almost all the shops,Buy pepper, cardamon, and also dry fruits edit delete
Valley Of Flowers April-01 October-31
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Nestled high in West Himalaya, the Valley of Flowers is renowned for its meadows of alpine flowers and captivating natural beauty. Located in the Uttarakhand state, the entire Valley of Flowers is endowed with multicolored species of flowers, green pastures, beautiful waterfalls, landscapes and a strong aroma that drapes the valley in intoxication. Spread over 87.5 square kilometers, Valley of flowers was declared a national park in 1982 and a World Heritage Site. The Valley of Flowers National Park is located in Chamoli Garhwal, close to Nanda Devi National Park. Located about 595 km (370 miles) from Delhi, it has an altitude that varies from 10,500 feet to 21,900 feet above sea level. The Valley of Flowers is only open from April to October as it’s covered in snow the rest of the year. The best time to visit Valley of Flowers is from July to August, when the flowers are in full bloom after the first monsoon rain. Going before July may deprive you of the panoramic views of the flowers. Carry your stuff in a rucksack, avoid carrying suitcases.,It is recommend that you ensure yourself against altitude sickness. It does affect many people.,Make sure you carry enough water and a complete first aid kit with essential medicines.,Warm clothing will be required to keep off the cold winds of the Himalayas,Be double sure of your fitness. You have to walk a lot to reach Valley of Flowers. edit delete
Kodaikanal April-01 September-30
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Kodaikanal is one of the most peaceful and beautiful hill stations of Tamilnadu. Located 120 Km/75 mile away from Madurai, Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station at an altitude of about 2133 m on the southern tip of upper Palani / Palni hills in Tamil Nadu in the Western Ghats. Kodaikanal is also referred to as “Princess of Hill Stations”. The peak season or the best time to visit Kodaikanal is from April to June or August to September. Avoid traveling to Kodaikanal in monsoon season, as the region witnesses heavy rainfall each year. Because of which you would not be able to enjoy the scenic beauty of this place. There are many high waterfalls and ubiquitous gardens and flower beds in bloom. The hillside is covered by the meadows and the grassland, the valley is covered up by huge eucalyptus trees and Shola forest. The places to see are Kodaikanal Lake, Bryant Park, Coaker’s walk, Bear Shola Falls, Pillar rocks, Silver cascade, dolphin’s nose and Kurinji Andavar Murugan temple. Avoid visiting Kodaikanal in rainy season.,Drive slowly and cautiously. The roads are curvy and often foggy.,Prepare a list of places to see in advance. So that you don't get confused.,Kodaikanal is famous for its honey and home made chocolates,Carry warm clothes with you, the temperature after rain may drop drastically. edit delete
Kerala October-01 April-30
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Kerala is also known as the “Gods Own Country” is one of the prime tourist destinations of India. It is a perfect destination for holidays, Honeymoon, art, culture, tradition, health care, yoga, Ayurveda and meditation. Kerala is famous for its natural beauty, amazing beaches, delicious sea food and backwaters. Backwaters – a unique web of lakes, lagoons, canals and rivers – are an integral part of Kerala’s Tourism Scenario. A Journey through the curving and winding backwaters of Kerala is an experience of returning to nature. Now-a-days backwater tourism is something special and specific to Kerala. And Houseboats go a long way in actualizing the many backwater oriented tourism possibilities. Houseboat holidays have become popular in the backwaters of Kerala and provide an extremely soothing experience. You ca visit Kerala anytime of the year, but if you wish to avoid summers, Then the best time to visit Kerala is from October till April end. Wash hands frequently, and consider using hand sanitizer on the go,Females need to dress appropriately. Avoid too short and revealing dresses. Or else you might get stares from local males.,Wearing helmet is cumpulsory if riding a two-wheeler,Take care of your valuables. ,Do not exhibit any public display of affection, specially in public areas. edit delete
Munnar October-01 May-31
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Munnar is the most beautiful hill station situated at the confluence of three rivers namely Muthirappuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly in Southern India. It is a picturesque hill resort located in God’s Own Country, Kerala. The place is full of natural beauty, lush green landscapes and tea estates. Munnar was once the summer getaway for British rulers of South India. The dazzling western ghats of South India provide this place the scenic beauty for which it is famous across the nation. Today Munnar is one of the best honeymoon destination for newly weds, a place where they can spend sometime alone and away from the busy city life. For some people it is a place where they can rejuvenate and relax for some days. They can breathe in fresh air, live in unpolluted environment and enjoy the scenic beauty of the place. Munnar is a hill station that attracts tourists from all over the world who want to spend some quality time in the pristine natural surroundings, amidst vast lush green tea plantations and breathing in the fresh aroma of spices. The best season to visit Munnar is from the month of October till May. Munnar has curvy roads, so if you are planning to drive yourself, be extra cautious and drive carefully.,Carry along mosquito repellents where ever you go.,Make sure you carry all essential medicines with you,Carry enough woolens, as the temperature during night may fall dramatically.,The best way to explore the city is by hiring a bycycle. edit delete
Matheran September-01 May-31
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The picturesque hill station of Matheran near Pune is a must visit place while you are in Pune or Mumbai. The natural beauty and landscapes of the place are breathtaking and soothing. The unpolluted hill station where no vehicles are allowed is a place where you can sit back and relax for few days. The best thing about the hill station which is my favorite too is the “Toy Train”. The toy train of Matheran is one amongst the four historic Toy trains of India. The other three being in Shimla, Ooty and Darjeeling. At Matheran, every place and each sight is worth a capture or a click. May be that’s why it is called “The Picturesque Hill Station of Matheran”. Matheran is situated at a height of 2,625 feet above sea level and 120 km away from Pune. The air is fresh and pollution free as all the motor vehicles are banned here. So the place is explored by walking. A walk in the rain in monsoon season will be an experience of a lifetime. Other options are ponies and horses. A paradise for honeymooners and a perfect weekend getaway for Puneites and Mumbaikers Make sure you carry enough water and essential medicines.,You'll have to walk a lot here. Carry your sports shoes along. It's easy to walk in them.,Don't miss the Horse ride which is the best part. However, a little expensive,If you wish to buy some jute bags or slippers, try to bargain. ,Do not spoil the surroundings by littering around and throwing away your garbage. edit delete
Panchgani August-01 March-31
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Many of us are aware of this beautiful small hill station. Panchgani is another hill station situated 20 kms East of Mahabaleshwar and is 100km away from Pune. Panchgani is very famous for its boarding schools; many of them cater to the kids of rich and famous. It is also a popular filming site in Bollywood. The climate of Panchgani is cool and pleasant. The air is pollution free as the automobiles are not allowed after a certain point. Many visitors explore this place by walking down the streets. The popular attractions include the largest table land in South East Asian region, the Devil’s Kitchen, Sidney Point, Harrison’s valley point, Dhom Dam and Parsi Point. Weather here used to be pleasant throughout the year, but latest developments in the region have disturbed it somehow. It is recommended to avoid visiting this hill station during summers, because it gets really heated up than your expectations. The best time to visit Panchgani would be from August to March. Climate during this period is favorable and you'll enjoy it better. If you want to enjoy parasailing, avoid visiting Panchgani during monsoons,Table Land is one of the most popular tourist place here. Don't miss a chance to visit it.,You'll have to walk a lot here. Carry your sports shoes along. It's easy to walk in them.,Wear confortable and appropriate clothes while parasailing, dresses like saree, and skirts are to be avoided for obvious reasons.,Carry all necessary medicines with you. edit delete
Mahabaleshwar August-01 March-31
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Mahabaleshwar is located in Satara district of Maharashtra state. It is one of the most popular tourist destination and the largest hill station in the Sayadri range. Mahabaleshwar is located about 180 Km from Pune and over 220 Km from Mumbai. The hill station is situated at an elevation of 1,372 M above sea level. Mahabaleshwar is the highest hill station in Western India famous for pleasant weather, natural beauty and historical importance. The hill station used to have pleasant weather throughout the year. But with the massive construction taking place here, it is not advisable to visit this place in summers i.e. from April to end of July. However, the best time to visit Mahabaleshwar is from August till end of March. According to popular epic- Mahabaleshwar is named after Lord Shiva, also named as Mahabali- enshrined at the Gokarna temple in the form of Shivlingam, which is known to the most sacred Joytirlingam among the existing twelve of them. The primary construction was build by King Singham of Deogiri, as per the historic records. Later on- British worked on this place and developed it as a Health Resort in 1928-29 for its pleasant weather and natural beauty. From the year 1834 – 1864 the British set up a jail here, of which the prisoners use do do farming and gardening in this place, and eventually became inhabitant of Mahabaleshwar after they were released. Mahabaleshwar is a hilly region, so if you are planning to drive yourself, be extra cautious and drive carefully,Do stop by Mapro garden. You will find an array of fruit jams and jellys here. It is at times difficult to choose because of the variety. ,Adventure travellers can attend para gliding courses. Enquire about the operative season,Boating in Venna lake is very enjoyable,Wandering around Panchgani is a good experience edit delete
Agra October-01 March-31
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Agra, popularly known as the city where majestic Taj Mahal is located. The city of Agra happened to be the former Capital of India, then known as Hindustan. Agra is located in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh on the banks of River Yamuna. Today, Agra is one of the most populous cities of Uttar Pradesh and 19th most populous in India. The best time to visit Agra is during the months of January, February and March. The temperature starts rising from the month of April. Agra is located about 200 kms away from New Delhi and 336 kms away from Lucknow, another popular city of Uttar Pradesh. It is one of the highly frequented tourist place in India famous for the Monument of Love, the Taj Mahal. Each year thousands of visitors from all over the world come to see Taj Mahal, which is also amongst the Seven wonders of the World. Another popular tourist attractions to visit here are; Fatehpur Sikri, Agra Fort and I’timād-Ud-Daulah. The splendid Mughal era monuments and buildings, most notably Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, Agra Fort (which are also UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites) make Agra a very renowned and a popular tourist attraction in Northern India. If possible, visit Taj Mahal during full moon. The view is truly heavenly,Beware of pickpocketers and take care of your belongs like, wallets, handbags and cameras,Carry all necessary medicines with you.,Avoid ice in you drink or any other beverage you order.,Carry along mosquito repellents where ever you go. edit delete
Amritsar October-01 March-31
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Amritsar, the city of Golden Temple, is one of the major cities in northwestern India in the state of Punjab. It also happens to be a renowned Sikh pilgrimage site which is often frequented by visitors and Sikhs from all over the world. Thousands of pilgrims and tourists visit this holy city every year either for religious purposes or for taking in the religious ambiance that this city has to offer. Best time to visit Amritsar is during the months of February, March, October, November and December. January is extreme cold, whereas April to September is extremely hot. The name of the city is derived from the lake that surrounds this beautiful temple; literally meaning – a lake of elixir. Dotted with many Gurudwarahs or Sikh places of worship, the city is also home to the famous Golden Temple which is truly a sight to behold. Amritsar is located about 217 kms away from Chandigarh, the capital city of Punjab and about 466 kms away from the national capital Delhi. There are numerous other attractions that the city offers, other than religious shrines and temples, such as museums and places of historical importance. A visit to India is incomplete without at least a sojourn in this city of saints. Jallianwala Bagh; a must visit place,Buy Punjabi Juttis (shoes) from the tiny shops near the Hall Bazaar flyover,Do not forget to have Lassi (a curd based sweet drink).,Remember, men and women are required to cover their heads while in any of the Gurudwaras. It is cumpulsory.,At The Golden temple, photography is allowed on the outside ring of the holy lake, but not inside the actual temple itself. edit delete
Sikkim March-01 November-30
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Sikkim is a very beautiful and calm hill station located in North-East region of India. The weather here is pleasant throughout the year. But one should avoid visiting Sikkim during monsoon months i.e the months of June, July and August. However, the best time to visit Sikkim is from March till May and from October till November end. Those who love heavy rainy season, June to August is a good time to experience heavy downpour. Sikkim is located on the borders of West Bengal and is the second smallest state in India after Goa. Sikkim is famous for its treks and mountain getaways because it lies nestled in the foothills of the Himalayan ranges. Sikkim especially is a very popular destination for tourists and trekkers from around the world and the economy of this small state thrives on tourism and agriculture. Prefer drinking packed water,Carry all essential medicines with you along with mosquito repellents,Travel as light as possible,It is highly recommended to attend at least one folk dance or drama performance while in Sikkim.,Visit at least one Buddhist Monastery edit delete
Sikkim March-01 November-30
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Sikkim is a very beautiful and calm hill station located in North-East region of India. The weather here is pleasant throughout the year. But one should avoid visiting Sikkim during monsoon months i.e the months of June, July and August. However, the best time to visit Sikkim is from March till May and from October till November end. Those who love heavy rainy season, June to August is a good time to experience heavy downpour. Sikkim is located on the borders of West Bengal and is the second smallest state in India after Goa. Sikkim is famous for its treks and mountain getaways because it lies nestled in the foothills of the Himalayan ranges. Sikkim especially is a very popular destination for tourists and trekkers from around the world and the economy of this small state thrives on tourism and agriculture. Prefer drinking packed water,Carry all essential medicines with you along with mosquito repellents,Travel as light as possible,It is highly recommended to attend at least one folk dance or drama performance while in Sikkim.,Visit at least one Buddhist Monastery edit delete
Mussoorie March-01 November-30
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Mussoorie was set up during the days of the Raj (British Rule). A mountain-resort town at the Himalayan foothills, Mussoorie has something for everyone. Trek through the hills or jump over little hills, streams and flowers in the valley, or go fishing in the cool streams, or proceed for rock climbing or mountaineering if you wish. A cool gateway with vignettes of the colonial era, Mussoorie is snow white in winter and flower-bright in spring. Salubrious and balmy in summer and leaf green and fern-filled in the rains, Mussoorie is a paradise in all seasons. You can visit this small hill town anytime of the year. However the best time to visit Mussoorie is from mid March to Mid November. There are people who prefer visiting this pristine hill station in winters when whole of the town is covered in a thick layer of snow. Carry some wollens with you to be on safer side. The weather here is unpredictable,Take permission before taking pictures. It's always better to do so,Book your hotel well in advance to ensure availability. Mussoorie is a hot tourist destination and it is almost impossible to get an accommodation during peak season,Walk along the Mall road anytime of the day, you'll enjoy it for sure.,‘Omi Sweet Shop’ at Landour is a must visit shop for people having a sweet tooth. edit delete
Darjeeling September-01 June-30
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Darjeeling is the Queen of India’s hill stations. Its setting is one of incomparable beauty. A Victorian town of old world charm ‘discovered’ by the British, it is almost completely surrounded by fragrant tea gardens which seem to flow over the layered slopes like emerald swells on a rough sea. These are in turn interspersed by untamed jungle of Fern and Bamboo, groves of sweet smelling Coniferous trees and hamlets lost and which may be the finest this earth has to offer, It hits one like Darjeeling’s true name, “Dorje Ling”, or ‘Place of the Thunderbolt’. Darjeeling is a hill station located in the State of West Bengal in India and was a summer retreat for the British during their stay in India. This hill station is famous for its tea gardens and the scenic landscape. Tourism forms a major part of the local economy and people from all over India as well as the world come here to retreat from city life or to hit one of the trekking trails in the town. Darjeeling is best to visit during summers in rest of India. You should avoid visiting Darjeeling in monsoon, because you won't be able to enjoy at all. The region witnesses a heavy rainfall each year. So the best time to visit Darjeeling is from September till June. ea. Darjeeling is famous the world over for its teas, which are very aromatic and have a delicate taste. Shops selling teas (usually owned by local tea gardens), dot the area in and around the Mall. Nathmulls is especially known for their tea and also ship worldwide. Stop by to smell the numerous varieties they have to offer.,Curio items pertaining to Tibetan and Himalayan cultures, such as thangkas, miniature monasteries and garments made from yak wool.,Posters and picture postcards, Das photo, the Mall. Excellent selection of posters and cards depicting scenes of the Himalayas.,Do carry heavy woollen clothes if planning to travel between December till February,Must have Thukpa, a noodle based recipe inspired from Tibetian cuisine. It tastes delicious. edit delete
Kashmir March-01 October-31
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Kashmir, often dubbed as 'the heaven on earth', is set like a jeweled crown on the map of India. It is the northernmost state of the Indian subcontinent. The weather in Kashmir is although pleasant throughout the year. However, Spring is the best season to see the picturesque beauty of this heavenly state. The best time to visit Kashmir is from the month of March to October. This is the time when nature is at its best. The blossoming flowers, lush green grasslands, high mountains are some captivating sights of the season. The two major Himalayan ranges i.e. the Great Himalayan Range and the Pir Panjal range, surround the landscape from the north and south respectively. The picturesque landscape is breathtaking and the green grass lands are amazing. Holidaying in Kashmir is an experience of a lifetime. The slow pace life, calm environment, lush green surroundings and fresh air are the ingredients that make Kashmir a must see destination in India. Make sure to visit Tulip Garden (the largest in Asia),Do not miss the boat ride in Dal Lake,If possible spend a day in Shikara (the world famous House boats of Kashmir,If traveling in winters, skiing is a good option.,Pick some world renowned Kashmiri shwals or artifacts. edit delete
Ladakh June-01 September-30
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Ladakh is located in the North Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. There is NO other place in the world like Ladakh. Ladakh is sometimes referred to as ‘Moonland’, because of it’s unusual terrain and barren landscapes. It is a mountainous land situated at an altitude of 3,000 m (9,800 ft) in Himalayas. Ladakh is formed as a plateau in the Indus Valley between Kunlun mountain range in the north and the main Great Himalayas to the south. Ladakh generally observes extended winters where temperature can drop to -20 to -35 °C. Summer is the best season to visit Ladakh. The summer weather is dry and pleasant. So, June to September is the best time to visit Ladakh. Ladakh is renowned for its remote mountain beauty and culture. Strongly influenced by Tibet and largely inhabited by people of Tibetan descent, Ladakh is also known as ‘Little Tibet’. It is not only home to some of the most beautiful and serene monasteries you’ll ever see, but it also a land of rich natural beauty – and it’s this natural beauty that hits you so hard, because it’s a barren beauty. The enormous mass of the Himalayas creates a rain shadow, denying entry to the moisture-laden clouds of the Indian monsoon. Ladakh is thus, a high altitude desert. Many travelers find themselves at loss to understand how something so barren can yet be so beautiful. Breathing at such a high altitude is sometimes difficult, make sure you are fit enought to visit Ladakh,If you are on a biking tour to Ladakh, make sure you know basic bike maintenance ,Make sure you carry enough water and essential medicines ,Carry enough woolens, as the temperature during night may fall dramatically.,Altitude sickness may affect you, even if you the fittest one., edit delete
Shimla September-01 June-30
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Shimla or Simla, is one of the most beautiful hill station in Northern region of India. At the time of British rule, Shimla was the summer capital of India. Today it is a popular winter destination for people of India and abroad. Shimla's distinguished Victorian architecture make it look different from other hill stations of the country, Most of the city was built during British rule, hence we can see that in its historic buildings like High Court, Christ Church, Indian Institute of Advanced Study etc. Today, Shimla is the capital city of Himachal Pradesh. Shimla enjoys a pleasant weather throughout the year. However the best time to visit Shimla is from the month of September to March. Every year Shimla attracts thousands of domestic as well as foreign tourists during winters. In the Month of December and January you can expect to see heavy snowfall in the hills. This is the time when most of Indian tourist ply in to enjoy the snow clad mountains. After snowfall i.e. the month of February, whole city is covered in ultra white sheet of snow. Take care of your luggage and belongings,Do not eat cut fruits. Buy whole fruit instead.,If you refuse to take coolie service, do not expect a good advise from them. They might misguide you.,Bargain, where ever you can. ,Carry all necessary medicines with you. edit delete
Ooty October-01 June-30
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Ooty, also known as Udhagamandalam, is one amongst the most famous hill stations of southern India. Ooty, often dubbed as the 'Queen of Hills', is located in the western ghats of Nilgiri (Blue Mountains) Hills. Ooty stands at an approximate height of 7,500 feet (2, 286 m) above sea level. The landscape comprises of tea gardens, eucalyptus trees and other spice plantations. Ooty is acclaimed for its natural beauty, scenic locations and mystic surroundings. One amongst its attractions is the Toy train that runs between Metupalaiyam to Udagamandalam (Ooty), via Coonoor, in the Nilgiri Hills. The track is 46 kilometers (28.5 miles) long, and passes over 26 viaducts, and through 16 tunnels and tall girder bridges. The interesting fact is that it was completed in the year 1899, 45 years after the the 1st plan was drawn. Although, Ooty is pleasant throughout the year. You can plan a visit to this fabulous tourist destination anytime of the year. However, the best time to visit Ooty is from the month of October untill June end. After June the monsoon might not allow you to take full advantage of your holiday. So, October to June is the best time to make the most out of your holiday trip to this divine place called Ooty. Don't forget to pick local spices, tea and eucalyptus oil.,Go on long walks to enjoy weather and locals.,Getting around on a motorcycle is one of the best ways explore the Nilgiris.,Carry along mosquito repellents where ever you go.,Visit a tea plantation and if possible a tea factory. You'll be amazed to see the whole process. And if possible be amongst the tea pluckers. edit delete
Goa November-01 March-31
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Goa, often dubbed as the 'beach paradise of India', is the smallest state in the country. The pristine state is located on the west coast of Indian peninsula and enjoys a long stretch of beaches. Some of these beaches of Goa are internationally acclaimed for their divine beauty and scenic locations. Tourism is the biggest industry here. It is one state that drives most of the tourist inflow in the country. Beaches worth a mention are Calangute, Varca, Agonda, Baga, Anjuna, Candolim, Benaulim, Arambol beach etc. Goa is truly the hub of tourism in India and provides international standards of holidaying. To promote tourism and increase the inflow of tourists, the state has maintained world class beaches and other tourist attractions. On one hand you will find casinos at par with those at Las Vegas and on the other hand you will find ancient churches that provide the perfect picture of the deep religious faiths of the Goans. Goa is a little hot as compared to other coastal regions of the country. During summers it is very hot and humid. Monsoon is not a good season to enjoy the ocean, whereas early winter season i.e. November till early summers i.e. March is the best time to visit Goa. During this period, you might witness a little warmer afternoons but mornings and evenings are pleasant. Do not accept un-bottled drinks from strangers under any circumstances.,Do not accept rides from strangers, locals or foreigners, especially at night,Be careful while on the beache during night. It's okay if you are in a group, but avoid if alone.,If you are hiring a self driven two-wheeler, make sure you carry your driving license and an ID proof,Do not accept any drink from stranger while at night parties. edit delete
Hyderabad October-01 February-28
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Hyderabad, popularly dubbed as 'the city of Nizams', is the state capital of Andhra Pradesh. It is the largest city in southern India. The rich cultural heritage, fabulous cuisine and historical monuments make it one of the most visited tourist destination in India. Hyderabad is often associated with Charminar (the most popular landmark of the city), Hyderabadi Biryani (world famous Mughlai cuisine) and pearls (popular for their quality). Hyderabad is also known as the 'city of pearls' because of its huge pearl industry. Today, it is one of the most prominent pearl and diamond trading centers of India. Hyderabad is a hot tourist destination, where millions of tourists visit this place every year. Hyderabad has a relatively hot and dry climate where it goes up till 40 degree and ever higher between April to June. However, the best time to visit Hyderabad is between the month of October to February. Ask for permission before clicking images,Do eat Hyderabadi Biryani,Don't forget to buy some pearls,Beware of touts, they might misguide you,Imitation jewelry and artificial pearls is what you can buy as souvenirs,Golconda Fort, Charminar, Falaknuma Palace and Qutubshahi Tombs are must visit places in Hyderabad edit delete
Chitrakoot Falls October-01 February-28
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Chitrakoot waterfalls, popularly known as Niagara falls of India, is the largest waterfall in the country. Chitrakoot waterfall falls from a height of about 100 feet and widens up to 150 meters in peak rainy season. The horseshoe shaped fall is located near Jagdalpur, a small city in the state of Chhattisgarh. It is situated in Vindhyachal Ranges, which stretched between Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. If you want to enjoy the wildness of the waterfall then July to the month of October would be the best time, the waterfalls of Chitrakoot attain its best phase and widens up to 150 mtr. But if you want to enjoy the calm white waterfall then best time to visit Chitrakoot Falls is during the winters which start from October to February. Chitrakoot is a religious town so maintain the sanctity of the place and do not wear short dresses.,Be careful while walking on the rocks as they are very slippery.,Do not allow children to go near the waterfall as the speed of water is very high. Even elders need to take care of themselves.,During Monsoon the waterfall is very wild and violent so, extra care needs to be taken. edit delete
Pune October-01 March-31
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Pune is a small city in the state of Maharashtra. It is often dubbed as the cultural capital of Maharashta and 'Oxford of East'. Pune is the second largest city in the state with maximum student population. It is a booming IT hub and education center where various multinational companies and renowned educational institutes are headquartered. Pune is a city where a lot of emphasis is laid on education, arts and crafts, music, and theater. Pune is located in the western ghats of Maharashtra about 200 kms away from the state capital Mumbai. The climate throughout the year is pleasant. The best part about Pune is that despite hot afternoons in summers, evenings and mornings are always pleasant even if the day temperature is around 35 - 40 degrees. Best time to visit Pune is between the months of October and March. April to July is little hot where as August and September are the monsoon months and you can expect rainfall. edit delete
Kolkata October-01 March-31
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Kolkata, also known as the 'city of Joy', is the cultural capital of West Bengal and one of the largest cities in India. Most of Kolkata's construction work took places at the time when it was the capital of India and was known as Calcutta. Majority of those historic buildings still stand strong and glorified. One must visit these monuments which were built in colonial style. The most mesmerizing of them all is the Victoria Memorial. Other such notable buildings are Birla temple, Ramakrishna Math,Nakhoda Mosque, St John’s Church, St Paul’s Cathedral, Fort William, Marble Palace, Dakshineswari Kali Temple etc. Kolkata has been home to various notable and acclaimed poets, novelists, critics, linguists, historians and philosophers. Literature and music is the heart and soul of people of Kolkata. Kolkata has three main seasons namely summers, monsoon and winters. The best time to visit Kolkata is from October to March. The temperature in these months ranges between 9-18 degree. edit delete
Mumbai November-01 February-28
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Mumbai is the financial capital of India. It is amongst the world's top 10 centers of commerce in terms of global financial flow. Mumbai is one of the four major cosmopolitan metropolis and capital of Maharashtra. Mumbai, earlier known as Bombay is the largest city in India located on the west coast of India. Mumbai has a drastic contrast of rich and poor. On one side it is home to the highest sky scrappers of India and on the other side it has the largest slum in Asia. The city is also referred as "The city of Dreams" because it is the entertainment capital of India. 'Bollywood' belongs to Mumbai. In a survey it was found that everyday about 400 people come to Mumbai with a dream to settle down in the city. The climate here is hot and humid. However, the best time to visit Mumbai is during winters i.e. between November and February. These are the months of milder summers, rest of the months are extremely hot and humid. edit delete
Chennai November-01 February-28
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Chennai is the capital city of the Indian state Tamil Nadu. Chennai, formerly known as Madras is located on Coromandel Coast off the Bay of Bengal. It is one of the important commercial, cultural and educational center in Southern India. It is India's sixth-largest city in terms of population and one of the main gateways to South India. Chennai was founded 369 years ago in i.e. in 1639. It was founded as a trading settlement by local rulers. The climate in this region is extreme hot and humid. However, the best time to visit Chennai is from November to February. Today Chennai is one of the most visited cities in South India, where, traffic and congestion are still big problems. In 2011, Chennai was ranked 41st in global top 100 city destination ranking. There is lot to see and explore here. On a visit to Chennai one can see temples, beaches and centers of historical and cultural significance. edit delete
Delhi October-01 March-31
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Delhi is the capital of India and one of the oldest cities of the world. It is believed that Delhi is inhabited since 6th Century. Delhi has a glorious history where emperors fought to hold their command over it. During Mughal era Delhi became an important city and re-emerged as a major political, cultural and commercial city. Today Delhi is one of the fastest growing cities in India. The city has now emerged as a very popular tourist destination in India. Delhi being the center of the Northern region of India, makes it a tourist hub. Most of the Northern tourist destinations are within 6 – 7 hours of reach by road. The climatic conditions in Delhi are on extreme sides i.e. too hot in summers and too cold in winters. However, the best time to visit Delhi is from October to March when the weather is at its best. edit delete
Bangalore November-01 March-31
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Bangalore is voted as the most livable city in India leaving behind cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata. Unlike other metropolitan cities of India, Bangalore enjoys a pleasant weather year round. However, the best time to visit Bangalore is between the month of November till the month of March. Although Bangalore is not a tourist destination as most of its visitors come here either for education or on a professional tour. Still, Bangalore offers an array of sightseeing options. The suburbs on Bangalore offers a lot more than you expect. There are waterfalls, hill stations, National parks, museums, camping destinations and some heritage sites that you can explore on a weekend. edit delete