With monsoon just around the corner in India, heaps of foreign tourists are expected to land up in the country to greet the nation’s ‘wet charms.’ Places like Goa and Kerala are expected to push up sales on flights to India this monsoon.
Foreign travellers planning India holidays to revel in the country’s monsoon magic can start looking for cheap flight deals on air tickets to India as the beautiful nation is all set to be engulfed in the monsoon mayhem. The months between July and September are traditional rainy months in the county.
Monsoon travel has become a popular phenomenon in India with many keen vacationers looking to spend few days enjoying an altogether different facet of the country that drips wet in mesmeric lures.
Holiday destinations like Kerala have emerged as a hot favourite among rovers booking tickets on flights to India during the wet season. The natural splendours of this exotic holiday destination turn a shade greener in the monsoon months. Kerala is targeting the Gulf countries to make use of the spell of hot climatic conditions there. Figures indicate that 6.8 lakh tourists visited the region during monsoon in 2010 whereas in 2011 the frequency increased to 7.3 lakh. A rise of 5 to 10% is expected this monsoon season.
A perennial hit among foreign tourists, Goa also beguiles during the rainy season. Goan authorities worked hard to promote tourism in the rainy season. Goa is going to endorse the region’s waterfalls, lush green forestlands and inland waterways as alternatives for the beaches.
Jog Falls in Karnataka is another lure for tourists looking for cheap flights to India during the monsoon in the country. The beauty of the place accentuates manifold as the rains lash one of the five highest waterfalls in the world, attracting tourists from all over.
Places like Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra and Saputara, Gujarat are couple of other hotspots that are sure to interest travellers on monsoon tour to India this year.