Things to know before visit India
India usually, has hot weather for most of the year with changes seen from one terrain to the other. Winters are between November and March while summers begin from March to June. Monsoons usually come between June and October.
If you love to party, stay in luxury hotels and wish to visit malls to shop for, then metropolitan city like Delhi is the place you should add to your itinerary without a doubt. Apart from the forward culture and modern touch, the state is a treasure trove of monuments, museums and art galleries defining the heritage and traditions of the nation.
The Himalayan mountain range of India and other mountain peaks has many unexplored and gorgeous spots to travel that not only awakens and invigorates the soul but also offers a memorable visit in the lap of nature. The best travel hill stations of India are Lahaul, Shimla, Rishikesh, Dharamshala, Ooty, and more.
Goa is the coastal beauty of India that attracts tourists for its beautiful and pristine beaches. This place is laid back in the day and vibrant at nights. From relaxing views of sunsets to the happening parties in the all-nighter clubs, Goa has it all. Some must visits in Goa are Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Beach, Se Cathedral, Aguada Fort, and Doodhsagar falls.
Kerala is also known as God’s own country for the appealing beauty that has a touch of many different cultural civilizations from Dutch to British. Kerala has something or the other for everyone. The most famous spots in Kerala are the backwaters, Periyar national park, Kannur and its beaches, and Kochi fort.
Varanasi is a vibrant Indian city that is believed to be the holiest of all. It is a pilgrimage site for Hindus. The city of lights is considered extremely pure and some find it extremely interesting and intriguing.
Ranthambore national Park, is a wildlife enthusiast's hub. The park has 300 species of birds and many other wildlife inhabitants. Spread across 1334 sq km, it also has ancient temples and charming mosques around it.
Travel Advisory: For the latest information and advice on safety and entry requirements please consult your travel agent well in advance of your departure and visit the following government website: Department of Foreign affairs and trade www.dfat.gov.au Smart Traveler website www.smartraveler.gov.au Electricity: While traveling to India it is advisable to carry an international power plug adapter as the power sockets being used are type D three pin connections that are earthed or Type C 2 pin connections that are ungrounded. The standard frequency is 50 Hz and standard voltage is 230 V.