Pack up your bags and get ready to visit these top destinations to visiting India during monsoons. While some of the people prefer to stay at home and enjoy their vacations, but many travel freaks find out a way to fulfill their travel dreams.
June to September is a peak season in Ladakh. Ladakh is best
enjoyed if you plan to visit via Leh. Little rainfalls, beautiful
mountain routes, Pangong lake, Nubra valley and a vehicle !!!
What else a traveler need?
Goa is known for its lively beaches. But if offers much more than
just the beaches during monsoons. The beautiful Dudhsagar falls
is at its best in July. Mollem National Park, Cotigao Wildlife
sanctuaries and Mandovi river make it a perfect destination
Kerala offers some of the beautiful places to visit in India during
monsoons like Kochi, Kovalam and Kozhikode etc. Visit Kerala in
July and a memorable holiday is a guarantee.
Shillong is known as the ‘Scotland of the East’. To visit Shillong in
monsoons is a great idea. The green hills, high waterfalls and
beautiful lakes make it a perfect place to visit.
Mild rainfalls, pleasant weather, adventure sports activities are
everything a traveler dream of. Dalhousie gives it all in a single
Visit Uttarakhand in July to enjoy the lovely landscapes of the
country. The valley of flowers surely brings you closer to the
By virtue of varied geography and long history, Karnataka hosts
numerous spots of interest for tourists. Keshava temple, Gol
Gumbaz, Jog falls are few of them. COORG, being Karnataka’s own
little paradise is perfect during monsoons.
Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan enjoys the most of
the little rainfall that happens here. On the other hand, Udaipur
receives one of the lowest rainfalls in the country. Sajjangarh is
also known as the Monsoon Palace. These are the popular places
to visit in Rajasthan during monsoons.
Sikkim , being an offbeat place to visit in July, offers relaxing and
solitude holidays. Away from the crowd, Sikkim is a Peace of Mind
destination for its tourists.
Tawang is a popular tourist destination, thanks to the well
preserved Tawang Monastery. The Sela Pass rises steeply and
covered with snow for most of the year. Jang waterfalls is a big
tourist attraction too.
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