India, a land of geographical diversity, blessed with a long history of rich civilization and culture. The Indian tourism plays an important role to the economic growth and is growing rapidly along with employment generation in the country. The country is one of the popular tourist destinations in Asia, and offers a wide array of places to see and things to do. The industry offers travellers from worldwide a mix of cultural, spiritual, business, medical, adventure, wildlife, Bollywood, and sports. India represents one of the most potential tourism markets in the world, and has grown drastically in the last few years, and will continue to grow exponentially.
India is one in its own, where each state has something or the other for every tourist visiting here and surely meets everyone’s expectations. The natural surroundings, the architectural masterpieces, the music, dance, paintings, customs and languages all these go to make India as tourist paradise.
India, in general has a hot tropical climate. However, four seasons are classified into the country winters which normal comes up in the months of (December, January and February), summer in the months (March to May), a monsoon season in the months of (June to August), and a post-monsoon period called as autumn that comes in the months of (September, October, November and December). The best time of the year to visit the country is between October to March, and many visitors visit the country during this timeframe.
India requires citizens of most countries to have a valid passport and apply for a visa at their local Indian embassy or consulate, before they travels down to India. The Ministry of Tourism has allowed e-Tourist Visa facility for citizens of 150 countries who are eligible to apply for the e-tourist visa.
There are various tourist circuits in India, and however are broadly classified into 4 regions which are: North India, South India, East India and West India.
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