Indian spring: Where to spend the cool and colorful season in India

Indians treasure the season of spring because of their usually humid climate. With colorful festivals across the nation, spring is the best time to explore the country. For those who want to see India in full bloom, here are some suggestions on where to go.

Darjeeling, West Bengal

Most people who are familiar with Darjeeling must have known it because of the tea. Aside from having the best tea, the place also boasts of monasteries and temples perfect for those who plan to go soul searching. With its view of tea plantations and snow-capped mountains, Darjeeling will usher wanderers toward breath-taking moments.

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Valley of flowers, Uttrakhand

Experience the flowers in full bloom in Uttrakhand, south of Himalayas. Capture the view with rows after rows of different flowers at this national park as the view of the Nanda Devi, the highest mountain in India, provides a soothing background to the bursting colors.

Gangtok, Sikkim

A year-round tourist attraction, Gangtok is at its most colorful at the peak of spring. Overlooking the Himalayas, Gangtok is perfect for those who want to be immersed in the local culture as it has great food, numerous places of worship, and cottages for an authentic Indian homestay experience.

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When in India during the spring, travelers can also enjoy celebrating the Holi festival. With colorful powder called gulal thrown at everyone, the celebration is a symbol of good’s triumph over evil and the release of unity, joy, and freedom for everyone.

Cox & Kings Global Services, is a specialist business process outsource agency that focuses on serving consular sections of diplomatic missions with administrative support and managing non-judgmental tasks connected to the entire lifecycle of visa, passport, and consular application process. Read more about different Indian travel destinations and festivals on this blog.

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