India is a land of sunrises, yoga, spices, colorful fabrics and dances. Delhi is the starting point to visit the rest of India, a unique place in the world where youmust expect the unexpected.
New Delhi Overview
New Delhi has a monsoon climate, typical of Southeast Asia. It's a rainy destination during the summer months -from June to September-, and much drier during the rest of the year. The coldest season -although temperatures are soft- begins in October and November and ends in March or April. The highest temperatures are during spring -From April to June-, months where temperatures can reach up to 44ºC (111.2ºF).
Indian rupee (Rs). To travel to India the best is to take some cash before arriving in New Delhi or change it at the airport to cover the first expenses. The airport has ATMs and to make foreign exchange, in New Delhi there’s also several places to exchange and the commission is often cheaper; Thomas Cook is a good such place.
2 days: Delhi is an endless city. It has wonderful places and may be the first contact with the country. There are all sorts of landscapes and buildings but if you travel to India you won’t spend two days in this nation. We recommend that you land in Delhi, spend a couple of days, move back a bit and go back to say goodbye to Delhi.