Weather Reports.

Weather plays a major role while visiting any country. As you know Indian climate is a tropical climate so mostly it is hot, Here are some suggestions. For north India the best time to travel is from October till March. October is almost the last of Indian monsoon and slowly starts winter. December and January are the peak months for winters. Traveler is advised to carry some warm jacket, sweaters and shoes. The nights are cold in this season. Himalayan part of India is not advised in winter season.

For south India October to March is the good time to visit but particularly November it may rain in Tamil-Nadu and karla region. November is not the rainy season but some times. The temperature in south India except hilly areas is always pleasant some time hot also. For sunny days keep the hat or a cap and sunglasses. Always keep espy removing shoes because on some worship places you must remove them. April to July is the summer season in mostly all over India sometimes its crosses 50 degrees.


One who want to enter in India he must carry the valid passport & visa. a online Tourist Visa Form is available most of the countries. Once you arrived in India you are not obliged to register your visa in local authority services. You can freely visit everywhere except the Restricted Places. In case of expiring of the visa while stay in India you must contact Foreigners Regional Registration Office of India (FRRO). They will guide you towards further formalities. These affaire are directed by Home Ministry of India and External Affairs of India, in this case they will extend your visa for 15 days or rarely extended more in very special circumstances. You must keep this paper along with your passport while departing from India for immigration formalities.

There are special trekking permits to be taken for Himalayan borderline. For more details you can contact us on


All the travellers are advised to carry proper travel insurance during the stay in India.


The official language of India is Hindi, and 18 regional languages in different parts. English has become the most convenient link language and widely spoken in Indian cities. Most people in tourism on monuments, hotels or the taxi drivers are speaking English enough good. We are also proving the experienced language authorized guides to help our customers.

Dress Codes

Indians are dressed conservatively and keep the body we’ll covered, in small town women wear Saris or Salwar-Kameez. In big cities jeans, t-shirts and skirts are common, particularly the youngsters. But try to avoid short skirts; halter-neck tops or anything that might attract unwanted attention. its best to dress formally when visiting homes, intact wearing an Indian outfit for the occasions will probably delight your hosts. Inexpensive readymade outfits are available for men and women widely.

Places of Worship

Whether you are visiting a Hindu temple, Islamic mosque Sikh temple or any Buddhist Monastery,
Make sure that you behave and dressed appropriately. You should ask to take the photographs. Every place of worship has own rules and restrictions, like long trouser, covered head with hanky or scarfs, no hat and cap, etc. In some Jain temples, leather items like belts, wallets or watch stapes are not permitted inside. You may be offered “Prasad” (sacred food) while accepting always forward your right hand. The shoes must be removed outside. There are markets surrounding the worship places, always ask before touching or smelling the offerings. The segregation of men and women is common.