Best Time to Visit the Golden Triangle – a short guide!
Golden Triangle Tour covers the three major cities from three Major States of India. Agra, Delhi the Capital of India, Rajasthan-Jaipur. These three places are the most unique sites in India.
They offer you distinct culture, food, conventions, dialect and so on. Delhi is well known for its monuments and trendiness. It is the best place to enjoy mouth-watering street food.
Agra is popular for world heritage site “Taj Mahal”. Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan is the last destination of the Golden Triangle Tour. This beautiful city is well known for embracing the true essence of the royal land. Scrumptious dishes, vibrant markets and amazing structures in form of forts and palaces. Everything serves as a delight to the visitors.
If you are planning to visit this amazing tour of India then climate is the most important part to consider. Cause, the climates of these three cities are different at various times of the year. It can take trolls if you visit these beautiful cities on the wrong timings. You can also consider festive seasons to enjoy these beautiful cities at their best.
MONTH BY MONTH GUIDE
The winters and summers both are harsh seasons in these cities. But the beginning and end of winters is a pleasing time to visit these cities. Rainy seasons are also calm and enjoyable if you don’t mind a little bit of humidity. Here is a small insight into these cities.
You can visit the most sought out location ‘Taj Mahal’ every day from sunrise (6 am) to Sun Set (6 pm in winters and 7 pm in summers). It closed on Friday’s because it is accessible to Muslims for saying prayers on this day. Taj Festival or Taj Mahotsav is one of the most awaited festivals of Agra. It celebrated between 18th – 27th Feb. Ram Barat festival in October. Kailash festival in August and September. Bateshwar Fair and Festival in October and November are most sought after festivals of the city.
If you are planning to visit Ranthambore National park then April, May, and June are the months. Although they are hot months. But this is when the wildlife comes out to waterholes in Ranthambore and spotted. The park closed during the months of monsoon from July to September every year.
If you want to visit Delhi, then the most tolerable time is in February, March, October, and November. December and January are coldest months and foggy too. July August and September are rainy months that give relief from hot summers. But you can also experience unexpected jams and humidity in these months. 15th August – independence day of India and 26th January republic day of India. Witness the biggest celebrations in this city every year. Good news is that if you are in the city you can attend these parades. Enjoy two of the biggest Indian celebrations. The bad news is if you are landing on these two days then you might face some problems. Because many routes blocked and changed. You can also visit the city in March when the festival of colors – ‘Holi’ celebrated or during the time of Eid and Diwali. Delhi is at its best charm during these festivals.