New Delhi: Global travel search engine, Skyscanner introduces a new tool aiding the Indian travelers to plan a vacay that the weather won’t put a dampener on.
With monsoon taking its toll on daily life in most Indian cities, Skyscanner launches a new tool to help traveler escape the chaos, leave their umbrellas at home and revel in the misty bliss of a well-earned holiday. The interactive Monsoon Planner (https://www.skyscanner.co.in/news/where-to-go-to-escape-monsoon-season-india)features domestic and international destinations with lower rainfall than monsoon-hit cities in August, helping travellers choose their holiday destination safe in the knowledge they will escape downpours, for a few days at least!
Easing the burden of planning a trip in the monsoon, Skyscanner brings all the key features that revolve around vacation planning in one place. This new tool also includes handy information on what globetrotting travellers can get up to when they arrive, as well as the essentials; average temperature, how to get there from India and of course, rainfall.
Commenting on the new tool, Reshmi Roy, Senior Growth Manager at Skyscanner for India said, “At Skyscanner, we aim to develop and innovative tools and features that simplify travelling. It is our constant endeavor to assist travelers in overall vacation planning, right from destinations search to affordable deals on flight. The Monsoon Travel Planning Tool – is a user-friendly travel planner which will give people important information required for their vacation planning.”
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