Skip Navigation


Travel Forums Asia india

Last Post
1. Posted by patti1963 (Budding Member 6 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

First time visitor to India. I only have 10/12 days to visit India and cant decide between North or South India. And i am a bit worried that since the first time visiting the North might be too much for my husband and he wont want to return. whereas should we go south i think then he ll want more and agree to see Rajastan and the North.
Some help please

Post 2 was removed by a moderator
3. Posted by tratoli (First Time Poster 1 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

Hi Patti,
It's great that you are travelling to India.
You should decide between north and south India based on your interests and season of travelling.
If you are planning to visit in Summer, you can visit Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Kashmir, Uttrakhand, etc.
These are hilly areas and the temperature will bearable. As outsiders find India very hot in summer
and it could be unbearable. India is known for its diversity and I am sure you will love most of the places.
South India is going to be very hot in Summer season (April to August). I will suggest you to visit North India
in summer. But all the places in North India are not okay to visit in summer. Rajasthan is in North West part of
India and is also very hot in summer.



[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

4. Posted by patti1963 (Budding Member 6 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

Thanks. We were going there in November and will now probably go to both Rajasthan and Kerala. But still looking into it. I shall certainly have a look at your website and should we decide to proceed i will get in touch with you. Thanks again

5. Posted by jeffreyty002 (Budding Member 20 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

I love India but I must admit summer is really something there but overall my trip there was absolutely perfect. Don't go in South during April because that's really really hot believe me as I've experienced that. Just to be safe take his suggestion and visit North and visit Rajasthan and you will love it.

6. Posted by dainadai (Budding Member 3 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

You should check the weather in the north on November. in my opinion this is a good month to travel to the south because it is getting cold and grey in many places. You can travel to Hampi, it is amazing there and you can stay there for at least one week and travel from there.

7. Posted by zarajhon (Budding Member 8 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

Hi patti,
I am totally satisfied with Aditya's answer because. I was also going to India in my holidays and there I found all that.

Post 8 was removed by a moderator
9. Posted by snowholidays (Budding Member 13 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

India packs a lot into a massive space, and you'll never have time to see it all on one trip. Think about what interests you, what you like doing and how much time you have, and tailor your trip accordingly. Be realistic about how much you can fit in. Rather than trying to see the whole country, you may get more out of your trip if you concentrate on the south of the country, or on the north.

10. Posted by remon90 (Inactive 9 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

North India is a region in the northern part of India. It includes the states Jammu and Kashmir, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. It has a diverse culture, and includes pilgrimage like: Char Dham, Haridwar, Mathura, Allahabad and Varanasi, the Buddhist Mahabodhi Temple, the Sikh Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab.
It houses the world heritage sites such as the Valley of flowers, Qutb Minar, Taj Mahal etc.
Folk dances like the bhangra of the Punjab, rouf and bhand pather of Kashmir are quite famous. Jammu and Kashmir is known as the paradise of the India.
There are many famous hill stations like Kullu, Manali, Shimla, Dharamsala, Palampur, Mussoorie, Dehradun, Nainital etc.