Overview of the weather in India in July
What’s the weather like in India in July? July is when monsoon is generally is in full swing. Heavy showers are seen all across the country. Lakes start to fill up. Rivers overflow their banks. It’s also the vital paddy transplanting season.
Since you’ll be travelling off-season, you’ll save a lot. Check out our blog on that to prepare yourself. Travelling off-season is quite a steal. You can stay in better hotels that promise a dry bed.
Where can you go in India in July?
If you want to see India at it’s peak productivity, visit in July. Yes, the constant rain and damp can be a bummer. But the rain also brings life. Everywhere you look farmers are hard at work. The cities may be dirty and flooded, but not the villages. Head into the heart of India, to see the rural side of life.
You can also go north to explore Leh Ladakh. North India can get hot between spells of rain. Humidity is at an all time high. The rain is unpredictable so keep your plans flexible. Pack an umbrella and rainshoes. Make sure to wear light clothes that dry easily.