Friday, 11 October 2013

A lot of people from England plan a private tour to India to explore its beauty and culture. English tourists take a personal delight in this trip since the country was ruled by the British for 200 years. So, traveling back through the times into the historic India is often a window to the world of their own, as Indian history blends enigmatically with British history and often the gap between the two is significantly small.

India private tours can be planned throughout the year. India is a sub-tropical country and its vast geography dissects it into several regions enjoying their own distinct climate. Nevertheless, the major part of the country stays warm, even hot, during the summer months between April and June. So, these are the months you should avoid especially if you are planning to visit the landlocked cities like Delhi or the desert state of Rajasthan. This time, however, would be good to visit the hill stations like Kashmir, Shimla, Darjeeling or Ooty.

The best time to visit the plains will be during the cooler months. English tourists are basically accustomed to cooler climate. So, they will enjoy touring the length and breadth of the nation during the months between October and March. This is the time when the weather is pleasant. Some cities can get cooler than the others while the northern hill stations often experience snowfall.

For a private tour to India, always take professional help. A reliable tour agency can help you check out the top attractions at the most opportune moments when weather will be at its friendliest.


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