Life in India revolves around the monsoon, a life-giving force for the animals and people that live there. The long-awaited rains, which typically fall from July through September or October, can cause interruptions to daily life. For ideal wildlife-viewing conditions, our travelers visit India from November through June, when the weather is drier, and tigers and other elusive wildlife emerge from their hideouts in search of watering holes.
The weather pages below are specific to Nat Hab's different India itineraries. The Grand India Wildlife Adventure takes place in the cooler winter and early spring months (November through April) and India Tiger Quest takes place in the warmer spring and summer months (April through June).