July is the seventh month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of
seven Gregorian months with the length of 31 days. July is the month of the
monsoons, when the Indian sky is covered by a thick cover of cloud. Though,
this is one very verdant and much awaited month of the year, it is not very
ideal for the wildlife tourists. July has its own beauty, which no other
month has. More the rain, more the agriculturists are happy and more is the
environment green. Though, July does not welcome the tourist with open arms,
it definitely prepares the ambience for the tourists for the coming months.
The July rains make the entire atmosphere bloom and the wildlife sanctuaries
multiply for a better ecosystem and better life, after the burning and
tiring sun of May and June. July penetrates new life into every living being
in the Indian atmosphere.
Venture Around in July
July has its own charm which no other month has. The scorching heat of May &
June is calmed by the soothing and solacing showers of July.
Though July is too exciting, it is not the most ideal time to visit Indian
Wildlifes. But, still if you are keen in exploring the Indian Wilds or you
are in India during this time, you can do it at some places of India.
Some Wildlife Sites You can visit in India :
If you are in India during the month of July, then though you might not get
to explore some of the best wildlife areas in India, whichever is open will
surely enthuse you.
This is one bird sanctuary which starts blooming during the month of July,
when almost all of the others are closed. The experience of viewing the
birds here is truly exceptional. It is totally exhilarating to view the
birds from the boat. The entire ambience becomes intoxicating as you float
on a boat on the Vembanad Lake. Numerous houseboats and motorboats are
available in the park to experience the exotic world of magnificent birds.
These are the best means for bird watching on the lake. The Kumarakom Bird
Sanctuaries is the rare haven that offers picturesque landscapes and is a
nature lover's paradise. The main attractions are local birds like the
waterfowl, cuckoo, owl, egret, heron and the water duck, as well as the
migratory Siberian cranes.
Nearby Attractions :
Kerala Backwater, Kerala Beaches.
Major Attraction :
A month of rain storms and rain-drenched earth,
Shravan (Mid July - Mid August) is the holiest month of the year for Hindus.
Each Monday of this month, known as Shravan Somvar, is a special day in
pile the Shiva Linga with Bel leaves and flowers and fast till sunset, this
is truly a sight to observe. The roads are normally seen with Kanwarias
(Shiva Devotees, who are on there way to Shiva Temples to offer milk, water,
flower and bel patra to Shiva Linga). In saffron attire, they chant "Bol
Bam", making the atmosphere too heavenly. This is truly an exceptional
sight worth seeing. This is the time when the devotees go for the Amarnath
Yatra to the Amarnath Caves, which is valued as a lifetime achievement.
If you are still looking for wildlife then here are some excellent choice.
, Madhya Pradesh
July is not very ideal time to visit Indian wildlife, as most of the
northern and eastern India is submerged under flood water, so there are many
chances of getting into problems. The roads and sometimes the rail tracks
are also under water, so, you may face problems while travelling. There is
also possibility of trapped by numerous water borne diseases - like cholera,
influenza, conjunctivitis, diarrhea, stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, and
low grade fever. There are possibility of landslides in numerous high
altitude places. Torrential rains sometime break the roads and houses.
Altogether, the rainy is not very friendly for the tourists.
Avoid the north Indian and east Indian plains, as they are often submerged
under water. Carry umbrella along with yourself while travelling. Also avoid
the dingy, clumsy and remote areas, which are worth not to visit. Carry
enough regular and water proof clothings to protect yourself from rain
Besides, don't get into any unknown or illegal activity. Do not disturb the
local culture and local atmosphere. Try to be well informed about the routes
and the place you are going to visit. Be well prepared for the monsoons.
Drink safe water and eat safe food. Contact us when and where needed, while
on a wildlife India Tour.
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Let us know your requirements, so that we can make your trip to India
Wildlife completely exceptional and exciting.