Northern India covers a vast area and comprises of six
different states Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh,
Uttarakhand, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab. There is an enormous variation
in the weather between the high valleys of Kashmir and the lowland plains of
What to Wear During Winters
Many hilly areas included the Northern India tours are snowbound during
the winter season, although a visit to the hill stations at the foot of Himalayas
is possible. During winters, hill stations in the North are really cold, you
need to dress in layers and carry a lot of warm clothes. Most of the hotels in
the towns do not have central cooling and hence, both men and women have long
sleeve shirts and inner pants. Tunic tops are can be worn by women while
visiting outdoor locations.
What to Wear During the Summers
The prime seasons for visiting the Northern hill stations is
during the months of June to September as the season is apt for trekking and sightseeing.
If you are planning to visit these places during the summers, then don’t forget
to keep a bottle of sunscreen lotion in your bag. Cotton clothes and a hat are necessary
during this season. However, the nights are cold, and some warm clothes are needed
to keep you warm. There are many hill stations tours in North East India, one can enjoy.
The Ideal Pair of Shoes
Getting shoes that are sturdy and fit for the hilly areas is
a necessity. There is mud and dirt along the trekking paths in the rainy and
winter seasons. If you are in the city, then a pair of dress shoes for the men
and sandals for women would be ideal. Full socks are necessary during the
winters as the floors of the hotels are really cold. The South India holiday destinations are among the most popular destination to enjoy during this part of the year.
Avoid wearing synthetic clothes during the summers as you may
develop irritation or rashes on your skin. It isn’t advisable to stuff your
luggage with inappropriate clothes as it makes your travel tedious and
stressful. Do a proper research before leaving home.
People in some of the smaller town and villages are very conservative.
Wearing clothes like midriff- baring and tight tops, shorts and low-cut shirts
are not advisable to wear in places like this. Tourists should not wear
anything valuable while visiting rural areas.