Frequently Asked Questions about India
Find out all of the answers to your burning questions on traveling in India
How long do you need to travel India?
Magnificent India is quite big (actually, it is the seventh-largest country in the world) so we recommend spending 2 weeks in India to enjoy the country in full. This time would be enough to visit all the beaten sights and popular destinations without haste enjoying every minute of your Indian getaway.
Which month is best to visit India?
October and March are the best months to visit India. During this time, the weather is more favorable, giving us warm and dry days full of sunlight and clear blue sky. For those who like cooler weather, December and January would be perfect option. You can enjoy fresh air while exploring India. Though, during these months there is high potential of fog, but the higher Himalayas can be very cold revealing clearer mountain views.
Which is the № 1 tourist place in India?
It is safe to bet that Delhi and Agra are the most visited places in India. Being a historic city, Delhi holds some of the most interesting Indian scenes. The capital is loved by the tourists mostly because of rich cultural and architectural heritage, including historical monuments, temples, museums and, of course, famous Indian markets. And Agra is a special place as it's home to the world’s most beautiful monument, Taj Mahal.
Which country loves India most?
If we're talking about which nationality visits India more often, then they are the USA, Bangladesh, and the UK. According to the research of 2018, tourists from Bangladesh, the United States of America, and the United Kingdom had the highest numbers in visiting India. About 350 000 tourists also were from Canada, Sri Lanka, and Australia.
Why must I visit India?
That's the most interesting question! India is a unique country and exceptionally beautiful in many different aspects. Architectural monuments of echoing past, lively cities, exceptional nature views, religion and spirituality, sandy beaches, and spicy food - all of this awaits you in the home to the world's oldest civilisation.