India Travel By Month

List of Months

Places To Visit In India By Months

India is among the greatest ancient country in the world dating back to 2500 BC, representing the initial days of The Indus Civilization. Unarguably, with the most diversity in religions, customs, and culture, it is one of the favorite tourist destinations in the world. Be it the summer season from April to June, the monsoon season from July to September, or the winter season from October to March, you can plan an exciting trip to India throughout the year.

From the ancient ruined battle forts, heritage palaces, the world's third-highest Mt. Kanchenjunga peak, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, spiritual and sacred cities, breath-taking islands, and endless solo, friends and family, and honeymoon destinations, India has each season adding a mystical aura to each month with many world-renowned festivals and fests, calling every traveling soul to visit these places in India.

Whether you're an adventure seeker, wildlife lover, backpacker soul, history enthusiast, beach lover, or spiritual soul, India is the perfect destination for you to visit this year.

Check out the tailored destinations list our experts at Safar Mentor have curated for you to help you choose the best time to visit the most popular and beautiful places in India by month.

Travel in India by Months

FAQs About Questions

  1. Q1.
    What are the most famous tourist destinations in India during the summer season?
    The summer season from April to June is quite hot and humid months in India, but also the best time to plan your vacation to numerous beautiful hill stations in India such as Darjeeling, Ooty, Shimla, Manali, Leh-Ladakh, Kasol, Spiti Valley, Valley of Flowers, Nainital, Kausani, Jammu & Kashmir, Coorg, Malshej Ghats, Mount Abu, Wayanad, and many other places surrounded with snow-capped mountain peaks and lush greenery all around.
  2. Q2.
    What are the most famous tourist destinations in India during the winter season?
    Stick out your tongue to feel the fresh snow or visit the tropical places in India between the months of October to February when cool winds bestow the land with magnetic wintry hues. It is the best time to visit India Rann of Kutch, Goa, Munnar, Jaisalmer, Sonmarg, Alleppey, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Northeast Circuit, Nagaland, Hampi, Auli, Sonmarg, Gulmarg, and much more. Enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and other snow and water sports to make your trip memorable.
  3. Q3.
    What are the most famous tourist destinations in India during the monsoon season?
    The months from July to September is the time when the country picks up a heavy pace with the monsoon season. It showers all day in almost parts of India, making it difficult to explore the famous tourist attractions near Wayanad, Munnar, Coorg, Ooty, Meghalaya, Assam, Pondicherry, Cherrapunji, and other eastern and southern Indian regions.
  4. Q4.
    What are the major festivals in India celebrated every year?

    Summer Festivals (April to June)- Mahavir Jayanti, Hanuman Jayanti, Holi, Moatsu Festival, Guru Purnima, Gangaur, Mt. Abu, Sikkim, Ooty, Yercaud, Shimla Summer Festival.

    Monsoon Festivals (July to September)- Puri Rath Yatra, Ganesh Chaturthi, Teej, Raksha Bandhan, Onam, Behdienkhlam, Sao Joao, Ganga Dussehra, Janmashtmi, Hemis Festival, Nag Panchami, and Hareli Festival

    Winter festivals (October to March)- Lohri, Holi, Gujarat International Kite Festival, Ladakh Matho Nagrang, Thai Pongal, Durga Navratri, Diwali, Jaisalmer Desert Fest, Bikaner Camel Fest, Manali Winter Carnival, Kutch Rann Mahotsav, Bodh Mahotsav, Goa Carnival, Mount Abu Winter Festival, Hornbill Festival, and Ziro Festival.

  5. Q5.
    What essentials should I carry when visiting India?
    If you're planning to visit trekking and waterfall hiking places in India then carry two pairs of extra socks, woolen clothes/sweatshirt, terry-clothed t-shirts, body warmer, an extra pajama, or joggers, map (if possible), raincoat, a walking pole, and backpack rain cover. Some basic things to carry are- a medical kit with disinfectant, doctorate bandage, pain/fever relievers, thermos, lunch box, sunscreen, goggles, and pocket toiletries.