Worst Time To Visit The Best 6 Places In India
Whenever we are choosing a vacation spot, it's very important that we don't go there at the bad time of the year. Here let's have a look at the worst and best times to visit the 6 incredible states in India.
Worst Time To Visit Himachal Pradesh
Monsoon (July - September) brings out the flourishing greenery of Himachal but still cannot be considered an ideal time to visit as chances are not very less that you get stuck because of a landslide or get trapped under one. Unexpected landslides could be expected at some regions of the state during monsoon. Most of the places would be less crowded and hotel prices goes down during these months.
Himachal won't be a disappointment for honeymoon couples during Winter (October - February). The 0-15°C temperature brings out your inner romance and will definitely make your honeymoon worth remembering. Don't forget to include Rohtang Pass in your itinerary if you wanna witness heavy snowfall. Adventure seekers too prefer winter as it is the perfect time to enjoy various activities like heli-skiing, ice-skiing, etc.
Best Time To Visit Himachal Pradesh
Himachal is best to be visited during Summer (March - June). Summer is very pleasant and opens window to experience activities like kayaking, trekking, rafting, camping, hot air ballooning and paragliding.
Places not to miss - Shimla, Kullu Manali, Dharamsala, Dalhousie, Khajjar.
Worst Time To Visit Goa
The most common agendas of everybody's Goa trip often include partying, visiting its incredible beaches and indulging in various water sports. So, it's very important that you choose the very best time of the year to cheer - "Goa Is On".
To be short and simple, the worst time to visit Goa is during Summer (April-June). Summer heat in Goa can hit up to 35°C with very high humidity. May is the hottest month and the sea would also be very rough making it nearly impossible to do most of the water sports.
Departing to Goa at the time of Monsoon (July-October) isn't always a very bad idea, there are a lot of paradises in the remote side of Goa which unveil their beauty when rain hits the earth. The most famous among them is the Dudhsagar falls which pours down with at-most beauty in monsoon. For people who love greenery, visiting the Wildlife Sanctuaries of Goa would also be worth the time. Goa's wildlife sanctuaries - Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary, The Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary, Mollem National Park and Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary.
The hotel prices also take a dip during monsoon months.
Best Time To Visit Goa
Monsoon cannot be considered the best time to visit as Goa offers a lot more during Winter (November-March). Goan winters are not extreme, the temperature often ranges from (19°C - 32°C) making the climate very pleasant. It's also the apt time to indulge in various water sports including scuba diving, surfing, parasailing, water skiing, etc. Goa is a very good option if you wanna make your Christmas and New Year memorable as the celebrations are extreme there.
Places not to miss - Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Aguada Fort, Palolem Beach, Dudhsagar Waterfalls
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Worst Time To Visit Arunachal Pradesh
Arunachal receives heavy rainfall during Monsoon (July - September). The state experiences an annual average rainfall of 300cm and it is one of the heaviest in India. The rains can delay your way back home as even roads get washed away in water. It's always better to have a look at the weather forecast before getting packed for Arunachal Pradesh.
Summer months (April - June) are pretty hot and humid in Arunachal with an average temperature of 35°C. Definitely not the very best time for a lot of activities at the place. Best Time To Visit Arunachal Pradesh Winter (Oct - March) is the ideal time to catch the place with all its beauty.
Places not to miss - Tawang, Nuranang Water Falls, Pankang Teng Tso Lake, Sela Pass, Namdapha National Park
Worst Time To Visit Rajasthan Hot and humid Summer months (April - June) with the temperature rising up to 45°C doesn't make Rajasthan a summer holiday destination. But still there is one good reason to visit Rajasthan at this time of the year, which is the fantastic sight of Thar desert sands glittering under the sun due to the remarkable increase in mercury level.
Best Time To Visit Rajasthan Monsoon (July - September) in Rajasthan is nothing but completely refreshing. The smell of rain touching the sand brings enchantment to the natives, as it puts an end to the scorching summer heat. The rain fills up all the lakes and makes the place a heaven on earth. For people looking for a romantic getaway, the city of Udaipur sets a fairy-tale and that is exactly why it has been voted as the most romantic place in India. Winter (October - March) is the best time to embrace the traditional side of Rajasthan. People from all over the world pours into the state during these months. It is the season of festivals and the very famous among them is the Pushkar Mela held every year in November.
Places not to miss - Chittorgarh Fort, Pushkar Lake, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Amber Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Nakki Lake.
There is nothing like a worst time to visit Kerala and maybe that's one of the reasons why the place is called "God's Own Country". Though the Summer months (April - June) are a bit hotter, the state gets visited by a lot of tourists as it is the time of temple festivals. Still it isn't a very suitable time to visit the beaches or hill-stations as summer temperature can go up to 36°C or even more than that.
Monsoon (July - October) is the time of Ayurvedic Tourism; something which the state is very famous for. These months are considered the most appropriate for a lot of ayurvedic treatments. Visiting the hill station of Munnar during monsoon will never disappoint you as the place offers a visual treat when it's raining.
Best Time To Visit Kerala
It's not a bad idea to spend your time and money for your Kerala vacation during Winter (November - March). A houseboat cruise through the backwaters enjoying the traditional cuisines offers a serene experience and will get you in touch with the lovely day to day life of the natives. Winter is also the best time for sightseeing and beach visits.
Places not to miss - Munnar, Vagamon, Fort - Kochi, Kovalam Beach, Varkala Beach, Marari Beach, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Alappuzha
Andaman & Nicobar
Worst Time To Visit Andaman The island experiences heavy rainfall during Monsoon (May - September). Dangerous sea waves makes this season unfavorable for any water sports or sight seeing.
Best Time To Visit Andaman
Climate is moderate during Winter (December - February). The temperature usually ranges between 20°C - 30°C, making Andaman a very suitable place to enjoy your beach holiday. Summer is the very best time to visit Andaman. You can get involved in trekking, snorkeling, surfing, para-gliding, scuba diving etc.
Places not to miss - Havelock Island, Ross & Smith Island, Long Island, Little Andaman.
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