Best places to Visit India in the Month of October

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IndiainOctober
IndiainOctober

October is the best possible season to plan a trip to India, as it the month in between summers and winters when the weather is just perfect for traveling. Whether you want to go to hills in the north or warm shores of the south October is the best time of the year to travel when the weather is neither too hot nor too cold and foggy and the rains are rare.

You just need to decide what will satisfy your craving as a tourist, whether it is a romantic holiday or the beaches or if you want to see the greens of Himalayas.

October is the starting of tourist season in India, you just need to plan something and book to avail many travel benefits of the season.

Jodhpur

1. Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Rajasthan is home to many beautiful places must to see if you are visiting India. In October weather is just perfect here to view the architectural beauty of Rajasthan.

Specially in October Jodhpur host the Rajasthan International Folk Festival. Where various artist and cultural performers come together from across the globe to participate in it.


 

Nainital, Uttaranchal
Nainital, Uttaranchal

2. Nainital

Called as ‘Lake District of India’ Nainital is a beautiful hill station a must to visit. October is the best time as it is last of the tourist month with a pleasant weather after that winter begins.


 

kerala
kerala

3. Kerala

October is the best time to visit Kerala when it is neither hot nor rainy. You can travel easily to visit the wonderful beaches and have a boat ride in the backwaters.

Tourist season is at the peak in Kerala during October so be ready for more tourist than you expect.


 

Darjeeling

4. Darjeeling, West Bengal

Darjeeling is October’s queen, when monsoon recedes and Darjeeling blossoms in the fall. You can easily travel in the beauty of falls to see its monasteries, national parks, valleys, soaring mountains, rock garden, toy train, Observatory, colonial architecture.


 

goa
goa

5. Goa

Nothing beats Goa after the monsoon when the tourist season approaches.

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