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India is known as the Incredible and Inspirational destination. On arrival,you are greeted with the traditional ‘Namaste’ gesture – two hands joined together in welcome. This greeting encapsulates the warmth, hospitality and culture that make a journey to India so memorable. Home to 27 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, endless variety is the leitmotif of India. The complex cultures of this 5,000-year-old civilization fire the imagination. With its ancient customs that peacefully co-exist with ultra-modern technology, India is a true melting pot of people, languages, religions and cultures. The fascinating diversity continues through dramatic deserts and palm-fringed beaches, verdant valleys, magnificent mountains, wild jungles, intricately planned Mughal gardens, fairytale palaces and soaring skyscrapers, quaint bazaars and opulent malls.

Is a ‘jewel’ in India’s crown and offers visitors a scenic and cultural wealth they would not find in a single region anywhere else in the world. From lush forests and valleys to majestic mountains, deserts to royal cities, palaces, parks, ancient monuments and temples, northern India is a traveler’s dream destination. The journey begins in the capital city of Delhi and continues to the south-east, the setting for the renowned Taj Mahal. Westwards stretches the vast deserts of Rajasthan and its vibrant princely heritage in Jaipur, Udaipur and Jodhpur. Eastwards lie the temples of Khajuraho and the holy city of Varanasi.
Form the gateways to exploring the south – a more tropical, slower, relaxed and exotic India. From the garden city of Bangalore and historic Mysore, to the picturesque Kerala, the quaint hill station of Ooty and Kochi, the oldest European settlement in India and the starting point for the tranquil backwaters of Kerala’s canals and rivers, South India is a wonderful melting pot of beautiful architecture, temples, beaches, Ayurvedic therapies, ancient martial arts, dances and a variety of mouth-watering cuisines.
India is such a vast country which contributes to the climate varying in one part of the country significantly from another. Some consider the winter season of October to March to be the best time to visit India when the weather is very pleasant in most parts of the country.

September and April are also a great time to visit with warm days and cool evenings. Many visitors also like to attend India’s colourful fairs and festivals, and the majority take place during this period.

May to June India experiences very high temperatures during these Summer months. This is the time to escape into one of the many picturesque hill stations. Some of these cool retreats offer adventure sports such as trekking, paragliding and angling. Summer is also considered the value season due to low tourism, this is when most services are available at attractive prices.

Monsoons arrive in late June and cool down the Indian sub-continent. The monsoon period usually runs through to August. However, the south-eastern region receives most of its rainfall between mid-October and late December while other areas of India such as Ladakh, the highest desert in the world, and the neighboring Himachal Pradesh remain dry which open up trekking opportunities for visitors.

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