The Indian subcontinent is a kaleidoscope of colour, activity and history. Explore India’s deserts, spice hills or tranquil backwaters. The magnetic spirituality of the country draws people from all over the world to explore the multitude of sacred sites, exquisitely carved temples, and ancient rituals that connect the dots in this complex, beautiful mesh of religious and cultural traditions that shape modern India.
From the sun-kissed sand beaches of the south to the snowy heights of the mountains to the north, India’s natural beauty is nothing short of overwhelming. Outdoors enthusiasts come here to experience the majestic jungles, the challenging peaks in the Himalayas, the exhilarating safaris to spot the myriad of species that call India their home and create the most wildly diverse biosphere in the planet.
The Weather in India
In north India there are three main seasons, winter, summer and monsoon. During winter, from November to February, nights can drop close to freezing while days mostly remain mild to warm. South of Mumbai the climate is tropical with hot, humid days, except in highland areas. From May to July it is very hot, with the majority of rainfall between June and September.
Recommended Holidays, India and Sri Lanka
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