I think nothern india (golden triangle) would be a great idea to explore because it is flat.The hill station gets land slide sometime in monsoon season.
The golden triangle basically includes Delhi-Agra-Jaipur.
south India is also good at that time if you loves rain . you will get a good rate for the hotels and resorts .and it is the best time for Ayurveda . Kerala ,s rejuvenation Ayurveda is famous. you already visited the north .
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Bangalore,Mysore, waynadu,Ooty,Munnar, Thekkady,Alleppey Cochin
KERALA DAYZEdited: 03 May 2012, 16:14
It’s the rainy season in July, what we call the South-West monsoon, so Kerala on the west coast will be very wet indeed.
The following places will not have rain:
Rajasthan – especially the desert areas of Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Jodhpur, but basically Rajasthan only gets 1% of the country’s total rainfall anyway. You can fly to Jodhpur, and then spend 4-5 days there quite easily and it’s all really beautiful and amazing.
Tamil Nadu on the east coast – Chennai, Kanchipuram, Mahabalipuram, Pondicherry, Thanjavur etc. This part of India doesn’t the south west monsoon in a significantly heavy way, there may be light showers or no rain at all.
visit Rajasthan and visit udaipur, jaipur, jodhpur, jaisalmer. best portion of India. if on budget stay in RTDC resorts, they are clean, basic and not expy. train travel is also good & cheap there. you can fly in to delhi or mumbai for this trip. mumbai will be wet........
have a gr8 trip...aspi
Thanks for nice cooperation, I were already visited golden triangle tour, destination Delhi and Jaipur except AGRA, These all destinations are new for us, udaipur, jaipur, jodhpur, Chennai, Kanchipuram, Mahabalipuram, Pondicherry, Thanjavur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Jodhpur Etc. If any more suggestions please provide us because of these all places are too Hot, We want to visit cool places for our holidays, if you know any travel agent info, provide us because of we want to book cheap packages for our luxury travel.
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As you are a group of over 100 people, I don't think you would like to visit the hills of Northern India where there could be problem with landslides and difficulty in coordinating such a big group.
If you don't mind getting wet, then Kerala would be a good option. Its rainy but it gives a very pristine feel during monsoons when everything seems fresh!!!
Your safest bet would be to plan a tour in Rajasthan with places like Ajmer, Pushkar, Udaipur. You can also cover Agra with this. Also, if you don't mind day temperatures above 45 degrees, then go to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer as well!!!
From your postings in different forums, I find you either a suspicious ID or a very confused person. Are you looking to holiday in India or Dubai ? Why are you repeating the name of a particular agency all over ? In your post you say - "we want to book cheap packages for our luxury travel." Your budget varies from 2 lakh in one month to 6 lakh in another. Are you for real ?
English at post no.5 also not good enough for someone from London. brave1 you rightly pointed out this man is spamming.
deepakEdited: 08 May 2012, 20:58