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India is a unique country, so large and diverse that it would take a lifetime to discover it. But India is a country that marks all the travellers who will discover it. No one emerges unscathed from such a journey because the country is so shocking.

From the high peaks of the Himalayas to the mangrove forest of the Sunderbans, from the splendour of the Rajasthan palaces to the dumps in the streets, from the surrounding poverty to the richness of the Indian soul, contrasts are omnipresent in the country. But the most striking contrast is between the harshness of life and the beauty on every street corner. Wonders are everywhere and appear where you least expect them.

We must be able to ignore what seems unacceptable in order to be able to marvel at all the Indian riches.

Rajasthan

It is India’s flagship destination due to the high concentration of the country’s most beautiful palaces. The thousand and one nights here take all their meaning. Especially since the surrounding nature sublimates these palaces. Sometimes fortress rising from the desert in Jaisalmer, sometimes floating palace in Udaipur or impregnable fort in Amber. If the tourist traffic will discouraged the frequent travellers, there are still many less visited forts and getting lost in the rajpout streets is a delight for the senses. Rajasthan is the ideal region to visit the Taj-Mahal in Agra.

North India

We come to Northern India to discover Delhi, the modern (New Delhi) and traditional (Old Delhi) capital, Varanasi, the religious capital, where the fervour will not fail to seize you but also the Himalayas where there are a lot of high altitude treks. You will certainly meet many Indians who are always ready to open their daily lives to you.

South India

South India will surprise you with its lush vegetation, scene of Mowgli’s adventures in The Jungle Book. If the distances can sometimes be long, you will find activities and places for all tastes. From Mumbai, a multicultural megalopolis to Mahabalipuram, a small coastal village, you must not forget Hampi, the ancient imperial city, Ajanta and its troglodyte temples or Kerala and Tamil Nadu and their colourful temples. South India, less visited than the North, is full of treasures, but the most beautiful is undoubtedly the hospitality of the Indians.

East India

The east of the country, whose heart is Kolkata (Calcutta), is boiling. Kolkata is a city that never sleeps, whatever the time of the day there is always an overflowing activity, which makes it a summary of Indian culture. Especially since the city is the capital of the arts and literature. East India is also a concentration of important landscapes, including the largest mangrove forest in the Sunderbans and the magnificent Darjeeling tea plantations in the Himalayas.

India is one of the cheapest destinations in the world. The cost of living is very low, which makes it possible to find particularly economical options. However, some luxury hotels, which mainly welcome foreign travellers, tend to charge much higher prices, sometimes approaching European prices. For the same services, however, they are still cheaper.

On average, you should expect to pay less than 50€ per day. For small budgets and backpackers accepting sometimes basic accommodation you can spend around 10€ per day. Finally, if you prefer maharajas’ palaces and luxury restaurants, you will have to plan a budget of 150€ per day.

Indian people sometimes have standards of comfort below European standards. However, this is particularly economical. Although there are more comfortable options, it is an excellent way to reduce your travel budget.

Flights from France cost on average between 550 and 650€ depending on the city of departure.

Low budget

Backpack

Daily expenses for meals with a small budget4€
Daily expenses for accommodation with a small budget5€
Daily expenses for transportation with a small budget1€
Daily expenses for activities with a small budget0€
Average budget

Average

Daily expenses for meals with an average budget10€
Daily expenses for accommodation with an average budget30€
Daily expenses for transportation with an average budget4€
Daily expenses for activities with an average budget5€
High budget

Luxurious

Daily expenses for meals with a big budget25€
Daily expenses for accommodation with a big budget100€
Daily expenses for transportation with a big budget10€
Daily expenses for activities with a big budget15€
Average cost of flights Paris-New Delhi  Paris – New-Delhi550€

It is not possible to define an ideal period to travel to India. Depending on the region of India, the best seasons can vary greatly. Here is the ideal period to discover each region. Discovering India out of season will make you appreciate things differently (more encounters, less solicitations…)

Rajasthan and North India

Jan

Quand - cinq

Feb

Quand - quatre

Mar

Quand - trois

Apr

Quand - un

May

Quand - un

Jun

Quand - un

Jul

Quand - trois

Aug

Quand - trois

Sep

Quand - trois

Oct

Quand - quatre

Nov

Quand - quatre

Dec

Quand - cinq

Rajasthan and more generally all of northern India (except the Himalayan regions) is pleasant almost all year round. The monsoon (July-August) remains moderate and refreshing, so it is pleasant to discover Northern India at this time of year. The best season is winter (November to February) when temperatures remain reasonable and rainfall is very low. This has a negative impact on ridership, as December and January have the highest number of travellers.

Due to the extreme temperatures (over 40°C) from April to June, it is best to avoid this period. However, it is also the period with the lowest attendance.

Extrem North and Himalaya 

Jan

Quand - un

Feb

Quand - un

Mar

Quand - un

Apr

Quand - deux

May

Quand - trois

Jun

Quand - cinq

Jul

Quand - cinq

Aug

Quand - quatre

Sep

Quand - trois

Oct

Quand - un

Nov

Quand - un

Dec

Quand - un

The far north of India is very strongly marked by winter temperatures due to its altitude (5,000 m on average). Thus, during the winter, temperatures can drop down to -30°C and the earth is covered with several metres of snow. Buses stop running and most aircraft are suspended. Impossible to get there and leave during the winter, some travellers were blocked for several weeks.

In summer, however, it is the ideal place to escape the heat of the plains and enjoy the region’s treks.

South India

Jan

Quand - cinq

Feb

Quand - cinq

Mar

Quand - cinq

Apr

Quand - quatre

May

Quand - trois

Jun

Quand - deux

Jul

Quand - deux

Aug

Quand - deux

Sep

Quand - un

Oct

Quand - un

Nov

Quand - un

Dec

Quand - un

South India is very hot and humid, but the region is very impacted by the rainy season (from August to December).

It is therefore preferable to go there during the dry season, which is very pleasant.

The monsoon arrives from the south-east, so the first affected regions are Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh. Rainfall can be torrential during October and November. Unless you appreciate this particular climate, it is better to avoid the region.

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