Traveling India

India is the largest and the most attractive tourist destination of the Indian subcontinent situated in the south of Asia. The country holds the second rank in the highly populated countries of the world and seventh rank for the covered area. The country administratively controls 28 states and 7 territory unions. Almost every state enclosed different geographical, cultural, climatical boundaries.

India is a country controls several climate conditions at the same time and can be categorized in the main six regions. The first one is the Himalayan region, this geographical area holds a position of adventurous and mountainous tourist place. The region is also known as the northern hilly area and is surrounded by some religious destinations.

The second region is the plains of the country also known as the heart of the country. The region includes the capital of the country New Delhi, the historical rivers Ganga and Yamuna and the most fertile agricultural area.

The west region is the area of beautiful deserts and the financial and Bollywood cities such as Mumbai, Jodhpur, Goa, Bikaner and the city of nawabs’ Hyderabad. On the other hand, the south region is the region of religious Hindu temples, the seaboard, islands of the mainland.

The eastern region holds the largest city of the country Calcutta, the temples of lord Jagannath and the bigger rural area of the country. And the north-east region controls the famous tea estates of the country.

The country has a large variety of parks and historical places, traditional wears and the traditional foods. The country controls more than 75 national parks packed with verities of mammals and bird. Each park holds the unique varieties of mammals and bird according to its climate. The parks at Corbett, Kanha, and Bharatpur are the few famous names in the list of nationalized wildlife sanctuaries.

Although there are numbers of vacation destinations in India but the Taj Mahal is considered as the popular vacation site that holds the greatest architectural designs and constructions. The tourist destinations are mostly falling between three cities of the country known as New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.

Almost all the countries except Bhutan and Nepal need a visa from Indian embassy to get in the country. The period of visa is set according to the purpose to come to the country. India has the international air travel services at her major cities.

The chief airport terminals are situated at Bombay, New Delhi, Chennai, and Calcutta. Most of the international flight set their end station at one of these cities. However, the services are also available at some other new internationally recognized airports such as Amritsar, Banglore, Cochin, Hyderabad, Pune, and Jaipur.

Traveling around the country is possible by car, bike, bus train and plane and boat for some of the parts of the country. The country to travel around the country provides air travel services for almost all major cities for nominal charges.

India is a country consist a wide range of climate and weather conditions at the same time, that make it impractical to decide the accurate time to visit India. The country holds three main seasons such as the Cool seasons that comes in the months from October to February, the Hot season that falls between the time span of March to June and the Rainy season that falls between the time span of mid-June to September.

If you are looking for a pleasant time to travel all the parts of the country then the time span between October to March tends to be the best time periods to travel all around the country. If you want to visit the icy area then the time span differs the right time to visit the icy area is the months of December to march. The monsoon or the rainy season is considered as the best time span to visit the deserts areas, and to visit the areas of northern-eastern India the time spans between the march to august are considered as the best.