Tuesday, 19 June 2012
Posted by jinson on 12:52 11 comments
This time to go India with a thrill experience of Rains, Indian Rainy season is one of the best season because every where you can look greenness and very beautiful weather also. Indian Monsoon is generally thought of as a land where water descends in torrents during monsoons. Hence, it is understandable that the thoughts of rain and floods can dampen your holiday plans in India. However, in reality you do not have to avoid traveling to India during the monsoon season. So just Stay with cool and pleasant weather and enjoy some spicy Indian food during the rainy season.
If you think to go India so first thing come in your mind that is Goa, and Goa also known as the 'Pearl of the Orient', has a character quite distinct from from the rest of the country. This tiny state, on the western coast of India in the coastal belt known as Konkan, offers a lot more than just sun, sand and sea. The Goan beaches are only a part of the attraction - the scenic beauty and the architectural splendors of its temples, churches and old houses have made Goa a firm favorite around the world. Some beach resorts in Goa are open around the year, so it is possible to visit Goa during the rainy season. Especially in the later months of the southwest monsoon, some of Goa’s beaches invite small crowds of travellers who do not mind some rain and who appreciate the significant discounts you can get for accommodation when it rains.
If you are Decided to go North India so just ready for hilarious adventure during the rainy season, In North India large parts of the Lahaul and Spiti valleys in Himachal Pradesh get very little rain during the monsoon season. Lahaul and Spiti are beautiful destinations for trekking, for motorbike trips and for exploring Buddhist monasteries and remote valleys. Lahaul is also the gateway to Ladakh in the Himalayas, one of the best places to visit in India during the monsoon season.
So other than if you are thinking to come India during the rainy season so in your mind remember that Monsoon in Kerala is a deterrent to tourists while this is one of the best times to experience Kerala. The Monsoons in Kerala are no longer the same and don’t rain the way it used to in past, they do not take the pattern of nonstop rains. It rains for a few seconds, few minutes or few hours with sunny interludes. And In this time Ayurveda gets you the best results during Edavapathy as it provides the most conducive climate at its home turf of Kerala. During the Monsoon season, the atmosphere remains dust-free and cool, opening the pores of the body to the maximum, making it most receptive to herbal oils and therapy. Special Ayurveda rejuvenation therapies are available during the monsoons which has lasting effects.