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    kERALA IS MUST. bUT CAREFULLY PLANNED AND ORGANISED. YOU CAN GET GOOD BARGAINS IF YOU CHECK OUT IN INTERNET. RAJASTHAN AND GOA AS FORIEGNERS USUALLY WOULD LIKE TO VISIT IT. over 6 years ago

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    Hm, what about the weather conditions in the south in the end of August... Kerala... It is still the rainy season, isn't it? over 6 years ago

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    August would still be too wet for South of India. In my opinion, your best bet would be North of India. It will still be monsoon there but that region is not as wet, in general. And then maybe by towards the end of your trip you can check the temperatures in Rajasthan and tie that in if its not too hot for you.

    North India - Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and even Punjab and Chandigarh would have good weather. They have a lot of tourist destinations, known as hillstations, that you would enjoy especially if you are a more outdoorsy person. You can fly into Delhi if you choose this part of India. If you are not alone, hiring a taxi for multiple days (you get a driver) shouldn't be too expensive. Public transportation in the hilly areas is not too reliable or extensive. You will also find a lot of multiple-state tours that you can try esp. if you are traveling alone. over 6 years ago

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