The month of May is an indication of the upcoming heat wave and all we seek at that time is relief from it. Also, it is the official month of summer break in India and it’s the time for family vacation. Whatever might be your reason, the month of May is the time to explore some of the best places in India. From a sightseeing tour for family travellers to exploring picturesque locations to exploring the wilderness of Himalayas or diving deep into the ocean, this list has got all of it covered. So, if you are planning a vacation in May, let this travel guide for May be your saviour. Covering all parts of the country, this list also features some of the best cultural and religious festivals in May in India. So plan the perfect trip with some of the best travel ideas and travel tips in this blog on best places to visit and things to do in May.
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Summer season in India is followed by some of the best cultural festivals in India and what better way to start your month than by attending Mount Abu Summer Festival. The unique hill station of Rajasthan during the month of May dons a vibrant outfit to welcome visitors. Celebrated during Buddha Purnima every year, Mount Abu Summer Festival exhibits cheerfulness and the warmth of the local culture. Followed with dance and folk music performance after which a ceremonial procession is held near the Nakki Lake Chowk in which folk artists of Gujarat and Rajasthan showcase their talent.
Dates for Mount Abu Summer Festival: May 18 – May 19, 2019
Tourist attractions in Mount Abu
How to reach Mount Abu?
Well known destination in the state of Rajasthan, Mount Abu is easily accessible.
By Air: The nearest airport to Mount Abu is in Udaipur, which is 185 km. However, the airport in Ahmedabad is more connected to other cities. The airport in Ahmedabad is 221 km from Mount Abu and you can hire a taxi to reach here.
By Train: Abu Road is the nearest railway station to Mount Abu. Situated 22 km from the destination, you can reach here from the station via a taxi.
By Road: Mount Abu is well-connected by roads and the nearest national highway near Mount Abu is NH 14, 24 km from the destination.
Gangtok is one of the best hill stations in India and when fused with the vibrant Flower Festival you have the perfect recipe for a picture-perfect vacation in May. The snow-covered peaks in the backdrop fused with vast valleys of colourful flowers don’t even begin to describe the International Flower Festival in Gangtok. With events like river rafting, Yak riding and exploring local delicacies, this festival is a complete deal as you get to explore the land and culture both. In the premises of Governor’s house, the infinite species of orchids, roses, trees, ferns and alpine plants are on display. The festival also organises numerous lectures and seminars about sustainable development in mountains and preservation of plants. Offering a blend of adventure and serenity, it is one of the must-see festivals for wanderers and nature lovers.
Dates for International Flower Festival: 01 May – 31 May 2019
Tourist attractions in Gangtok
How to reach Gangtok?
By Air: The easiest way to get here, the nearest airport to Sikkim is in Bagdogra, which is 124 km from Gangtok. You can book a cab to reach here, the drive to Gangtok is breathtaking. You can also take a TSA helicopter from Bagdogra to reach Gangtok in 20 minutes.
By Train: The nearest railhead is in New Jalpaiguri in Siliguri, which is 148 km from Gangtok. You can take a taxi to reach Gangtok from the railway station.
By Road: Gangtok is well-connected by roads and travelling via roads take you through some of the most scenic roads in India.
Where to stay in Gangtok?
Gangtok offers a variety of accommodation ranging from budget hotels to luxury to homestays. Some of the best hotels in Gangtok are Hotel Club Mahindra, The Keepsa Residency, Orange Villa Resort, Hotel Tibet and Summit Norling Resort and Spa.
Located 10 km from the tourist city of Varanasi lies the quaint town of Sarnath, which is said to be the place where Lord Buddha first taught Dharma to his disciples. One of the most important Buddhist pilgrimage destinations in India, Sarnath has always witnessed a regular flow of pilgrims and tourists however, during the Buddha Purnima, the town is flocked by people to soak in the divinity of the place. During the festival, a large fair is organised and relics of Buddha are also taken out for public display in the town. If you wish to experience the life and preaching of Buddha, there is no place better than Sarnath during Buddha Purnima.
Dates for Buddha Purnima: May 12, 2019
Tourist attractions in Sarnath
How to reach Sarnath?
Located 10 km from Varanasi, Sarnath is easily accessible through all means of transportation.
By Air: The nearest airport to Sarnath lies in Varanasi, which is approximately 13 km away. Varanasi airport is well-connected to major Indian cities. From the airport, you can book a taxi to reach here.
By Train: Although Sarnath has its own railway station, Varanasi railway station is better connected to other Indian cities. You can book a taxi from the railway station to reach here.
By Road: Sarnath is well-connected by roads with national highway 31 and 28 passing close to the town. UPSRTC also operated numerous buses to and from Varanasi, from where you can book a taxi to reach Sarnath.
Where to stay in Sarnath?
Although a popular pilgrimage destination, there aren’t many luxury hotels in the town. You can choose to stay in Varanasi if you seek luxury accommodation. Some of the best accommodations around Sarnath are Taj Ganges Varanasi, Hotel Surya, Kaiser Palace, Radisson Hotel Varanasi, Rivatas by Ideal and Ramada Plaza.
This May visit Ooty to be the part of a 122-year-old summer festival which exhibits the wonders of nature. From exotic flower festival to an exhibition of fruits and spices of South India, this summer festival in May will offer you an insight into the cultural heritage of this place. A blend of nature and culture, this festival will give you the much-needed break from the summer heat within the comforts of nature and vibrant culture.
Dates for the Ooty Summer Festival: Yet to be announced
Tourist attractions in Ooty Summer Festival
How to reach Ooty?
Located in Tamil Nadu, Ooty can be easily accessed from all part of India.
By Air: Coimbatore is the nearest airport from the town of Ooty, which is 88 km away. The airport is well-connected to other major Indian cities and you can take a taxi from the airport to reach Ooty.
By Train: The nearest railway station is Mettupalayam, which is 40 km from Ooty. The railhead is well-connected to major South Indian cities and you can book a taxi from the railway station to reach here.
By Road: The quaint little town is well-connected by roads and you can easily reach here by public or private transport.
Where to stay in Ooty?
The town being a popular South Indian hill station offers all sorts of accommodation to cater to diverse crowd visiting here. From budget hotels to luxury resorts, the town has it all. Some of the best resorts and hotels are Club Mahindra Derby Green, Gem Park Resort, Safari Land Resort, Fern Hill and Kurumba Village Resort.
Celebrated by the Ao people of Nagaland, Moatsu Festival is held every year in the first week of May. Nagaland is one of the few places which has managed to preserve its tribal heritage and it is on display during the Moatsu celebration. The festival is aimed at providing recreational time to the locals after an excruciating period of clearing fields, chopping down forests and sowing the seeds for next harvesting season. The tribal folk dance and music makes this festival a unique experience for travellers who wish to travel in May. Mokokchung is the best place to witness this festival in Nagaland.
Dates for Moatsu Festival: May 1 – May 7, 2019
Tourist attractions in Mokokchung
How to reach Mokokchung?
Located in the North East state of Nagaland, reach Mokokchung is easy but a bit time-consuming.
By Air: The nearest airport to Mokokchung is in Jorhat, Assam which is roughly 112 km away. From the airport, you can book a taxi to reach here. The airport in Assam is well-connected to other major Indian cities.
By Train: The nearest railway station is Mariani Junction, which is 87 km away. You can book a taxi from the railway station to reach the Mokokchung.
By Road: You can reach here by land but you would need Inner Line Permit. Bus connectivity is not regular, so you would have to travel by taxi or private transport.
Where to stay in Mokokchung?
Mokokchung is a small town with not many luxurious accommodation options, but it offers semi-luxury to budget accommodations. Some of the best hotels are Hotel Jora Palace, MD’s Continental, Hotel Grand Palace, Kaziranga Golf Resort, Hotel Jironi.
An annual Hindu festival celebrated in the state of Kerala, Thrissur Pooram is one of the best time to visit this South Indian state if you seek a blend of nature and culture. Celebrated in the Vadakkunnathan Temple in Thrissur, it is one of the major festivals in Kerala. The festival exhibits the vibrant line-up of elephants and kudamattam ceremony. There are also various traditional musical and dance performances held during the festival.
Dates for Thrissur Pooram: May 13, 2019
Tourist attractions in Thrissur
How to reach Thrissur?
Nestled in God’s own country Kerala, Thrissur can be easily accessed from all parts of the country.
By Air: The nearest airport to Thrissur is in Kochi, which is roughly 56 km away. The airport is well-connected to other major Indian cities. You can book a taxi from the airport to reach here.
By Train: Thrissur has got its own railway station, which is well-connected to nearby cities.
By Road: Thrissur is well-connect via roads, with the place being easily accessible via public and private transport.
Where to stay in Thrissur?
Thrissur offers a variety of accommodations to choose from to cater to all kinds of travellers. From luxury resorts to budget hotels, this place has got it all. Some of the best accommodations in Thrissur are Neelambari Resort, Ayur Bethaniya, Lords Resort, Joys Palace and Hotel Merlin International.
Nestled in the North East state of Arunachal Pradesh, this tiny piece of heaven is right out of a fairy tale. Snow-capped mountain peaks, serene monasteries, beautiful alpine lakes and unique cultural experience, Tawang is much more than just a destination, rather it’s a complete travel experience, acquainting you to nature and culture of the place. On your summer break in India, visiting the mesmerising city of Tawang can be a good idea if breaking the monotony is in your mind.
Tourist attractions in Tawang
How to reach Tawang?
Tawang is reachable by air, road and rail.
By Air: The nearest airport is Salonibari Airport in Tezpur, which is 387 km from Tawang. The airport is well-connected to other major Indian cities. From the airport, you can take a taxi to reach Tawang from the airport.
By Rail: The nearest railway station is Rangapara Railway Station, which is 383 km from Tawang. Connected to major North East Indian and Northern cities, you can take a taxi from the railway station to reach Tawang.
By Road: The best way to reach Tawang is through road as it takes you across the scenic roads of Arunachal Pradesh. There are various state-run buses and private buses operating between Tezpur and Tawang.
Where to Stay in Tawang?
The mesmerising city offers a wide variety of accommodation options ranging from budget hotels to semi-luxury hotels and homestays. Some of the best accommodations are Hotel Taktsang, Hotel Gakyi Khang Zhang, Hotel Tashi Ga-Tsel.
In the Kullu Valley lies a hidden gem by the name Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP). Spread across Sainj Valley and Tirthan Valley, the National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Housing some of the most exotic and endangered species of flora and fauna, GHNP also exhibits some of the best trekking destinations in the state. Offering a raw cultural and natural experience of the Himalayas, Sainj Valley and GHNP will take you across some of the oldest villages in the valley, some dating back to 15th century. Exploring their culture and traditions would indeed be a unique experience.
Tourist attractions in GHNP and Sainj Valley
How to reach Sainj Valley?
Located in the Kullu valley, Sainj Valley can be easily accessed via roads and air.
By Air: The nearest airport is in Bhuntar, which is 40 km from Sainj Valley. However, the airport doesn’t operate many flights. You can reach Sainj via taxi from Bhuntar airport.
By Train: The nearest railway station is in Pathankot, which is well-connected to other major Indian cities. Located 260 km away, you can reach Sainj via taxi from Pathankot railway station.
By Road: Sainj is well-connected by road. Himachal Road Tourism operates numerous state-run buses to Bhuntar, from where you can board the bus bound for Sainj. You can also take a shared taxi from Bhuntar to reach Sainj Valley.
Where to stay in Sainj and GHNP?
Sainj Valley and Great Himalayan National Park have got three government rest houses apart from which the other means of accommodation is staying with locals at the homestays.
One of the harshest conditions to survive on the planet, Spiti is still one of the top destinations to travel in May for the past 3 years. Known as the middle land, Spiti is a barren cold desert in Himachal Pradesh. However, this harsh environment and cold temperature make Spiti an adventurer’s paradise. A bike trip across the Spiti valley will introduce you to the barren side of Himalayas and while you might consider this place uninhabitable, you will be surprised to come across the locals who have been calling this place home for centuries now. Fighting for survival on a daily basis yet these local villages would welcome you with a beaming smile. One of the best places to go in India for summer break, Spiti valley is sometimes referred to a rite of passage for travellers in India.
Tourist attractions in Spiti Valley
How to reach Spiti Valley?
Located in Himachal Pradesh, Spiti is only accessible via roads that too only in the summer season.
By Air: The nearest airport is in Bhuntar, however, the flight connectivity is low. You would have to travel to Spiti by road.
By Rail: There is no rail connectivity to the valley.
By Road: Spiti Valley can be accessed through roads. There are two major routes, one going through Manali and other going through Shimla and Kinnaur via Hindustan-Tibet highway.
Where to stay in Spiti Valley?
Spiti valley is not like your usual luxury destination. For most of the part, you would be staying with the locals in homestays. However, there are some budget hotels too – Hotel Sakya Abode (Kaza), Hotel Spiti Heritage (Kaza), Spiti Valley Hotel (Kaza).
One of the best travel destinations for May, Kausani is famous for its Himalayan sightings. From the view of famous Himalayan peaks like Trishul, Panchachuli and Nanda Devi to several natural hideouts, Kausani is a breath of fresh air. Escape the scorching summer sun and plan a trip to this place as Kausani with its natural scenic beauty would rejuvenate your mind and body. This place is also home to numerous waterfalls and pilgrimage destinations. Ideal for solo travellers, you can enjoy the best of Himalayan landscapes in Kausani within the comforts of luxury resorts or homestays.
Tourist attractions in Kausani
How to reach Kausani?
Kausani is a serene hill resort in Uttarakhand, just 52 km from the famous town of Almora and can be reached easily from all parts of India.
By Air: The nearest airport to Kausani is in Dehradun, which is 294 km away. You can book a taxi to reach Kausani from the airport.
By Train: The nearest railway station is in Kathgodam, which is well connected to other major Indian cities. The distance between Kathgodam and Kausani is 180 km and you can book a taxi to reach here from the railway station.
By Road: Kausani is well-connected by roads. You can either take a taxi or state-run buses to reach Kausani. State highway 109 passes through Kausani.
Where to stay in Kausani?
Kausani is a hill resort destination, offering all kind of accommodations ranging from budget hotels, homestays to luxury resorts. Some of the best stay options in Kausani are Chevron Mountain Villa, Kausani Village Resort, Chevron Eco Lodge, Himalaya Darshan Resort and Sun n Snow Inn.
If you are looking for amazing spots to visit in summer season, then don’t look much further than Buran Ghati Trek. Perfect for an adventure trip, Buran Ghati is arguably the most fun trek to do in India. Offering 5 snow slides, high mountain passes and a chance to rappel down a snow wall at an elevation of 15,000ft, Buran Ghati trek will help you push your limits. Passing through dense forests and grasslands, the trekking trail finally opens up to the panoramic view of Himalayan giants. Starting at Janglik in Himachal Pradesh, the trek will open you up to new possibilities and the spirit to tackle the challenges head-on.
Starting Point for Buran Ghati Trek: Janglik is the base camp for the Buran Ghati trek.
Trek Route: Janglik-Dayara-Litham-Chandernahan Lake-Dhunda- Buran Ghati-Barua Village.
Highlight of Buran Ghati Trek: Rupin Pass waterfall, Rupin river, snowfields.
Height of Buran Ghati: 15,000 feet
Duration of Buran Ghati Trek: 8 Days
Difficulty: Moderate to difficult, mainly because of continuous trekking.
How to reach Janglik?
Janglik is a 6-hour journey from Shimla and can be accessed via roads.
By Air: The nearest airport to Janglik is in Shimla, which is 170 km away. Shimla Airport is well-connected by major Indian cities and you can book a taxi to reach Janglik from the airport.
By Train: The nearest railway station to Janglik is in Shimla, which is 165 km from Janglik. You can book a taxi to reach here from the railway station.
By Road: Janglik is a 6-hour journey from Shimla. The closest road to Janglik ends at Diude, from where you have to trek to Janglik.
For the adventure seekers, month of May opens up a whole new world of trekking in the Himalayas. In the Kumaun district lies a trekking trail which has the power to hold you captive forever. Passing through dense forest, the trail leads up to the Milam Glacier. The trek was closed for 3 decades, between the period of 1962 and 1992. The remains of Indo-China war can still be traced here in the glacier. Offering a panoramic view of Himalayan ranges and thrill of glacier trekking, Milam Glacier should be on every trekker’s bucket list for places to visit in May in India.
Starting Point for Milam Glacier Trek: Munsiyari would be the starting point of the trek.
Trek Route: Munsiyari – Lilam – Bugdyar – Martoli – Ganghar – Pachu – Milam – Milam Glacier – Rilkot – Bugdyar – Lilam – Munsiyari.
Highlights of Milam Glacier Trek: Milam Glacier, view of Mt. Trishul & Hardeol.
Height of Milam Glacier: 13,612 feet
Duration of Milam Glacier Trek: 9 Days
Difficulty: Moderate to difficult, mainly because of steep ascent.
How to reach Munsiyari?
Located in Kumaon region, Munsiyari is easily accessible from all parts of India.
By Air: Pantnagar is the nearest airport to Munsiyari, at a distance of 312 km. However, Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun is the most connected airport in the state, which is 412 km. You can book a taxi from either airport to reach Munsiyari.
By Train: The nearest railway station is in Kathgodam which is 285 km from Munsiyari. You can reach Munsiyari from Kathgodam by booking a taxi.
By Road: Munsiyari is well-connected by roads and it is accessible from all parts of India. The road to Munsiyari is some of the most scenic roads in the state.
If you were to do just one more trek in your lifetime, Rupin Pass would be the best choice. A trail of unexpected turns and sceneries, the trek route resembles an orchestra with the trail going up and down with surprise at every corner. For the most part of the trek, you would be accompanied by the Rupin River, eventually leading up to the highlight of the trek, Rupin Waterfall. Once you ascend the waterfall, the view changes drastically. You will be welcomed by vast snow fields and snow-capped mountains. The Rupin Pass trek is not just a trail that takes you to a mountain top, rather it’s a romantic journey across the magnificent Himalayas.
Starting Point for Rupin Pass Trek: Dhaula is the base camp for the Rupin Pass trek.
Trek Route: Dhaula – Sewa – Jiskun – Udaknal – Dhanderas Thatch – Rupin Waterfall Top – Rati Pheri – Rupin Pass – Ronti Gad – Sangla
Highlights of Rupin Pass Trek: Rupin Pass waterfall, Rupin river, snowfields.
Height of Rupin Pass: 15,250 feet
Duration of Rupin Pass Trek: 10 Days
Difficulty: Moderate to difficult, mainly because of continuous trekking.
How to reach Dhaula?
Dhaula is located in Uttarakhand and it is well-connected by roads, rail and airways.
By Air: The nearest airport to Dhaula is Jolly Grant International Airport in Dehradun, which is 213 km away. You can book a taxi to reach here.
By Train: The nearest railway station is in Dehradun, 190 km from Dhaula. You can book a taxi to reach here from the railway station.
By Road: Dhaula is connected by roads and you can reach here by shared taxi or personal vehicle.
Alaknanda River is one of the most challenging rivers in India for river rafting. The 25 km stretch between Chamoli and Rudraprayag will test your skills and endurance. With grade III and grade IV rapids for most of the parts, if you seek adventure, this is the place to be. There is also a section called “Hillary Fall” which is a grade V rapid and if you get over it unscathed, it’ll be one of the biggest accomplishments of your life. With proper protective steps and facilities, you will enjoy this adventure without any harm.
Tourist attractions in Chamoli
How to reach Chamoli?
Located in the heart of the Chamoli district in Uttarakhand, the town can be easily accessed from all parts of the country.
By Air: Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun is the nearest airport to Chamoli, which is at a distance of 222 km. You can get a taxi from the airport to reach Chamoli. Dehradun airport is well-connected to other major Indian cities.
By train: The nearest railway station to Chamoli is in Haridwar. The distance between them is roughly 235 km and you can book a cab to reach here from the station.
By Road: Chamoli is well-connected by roads. Uttarakhand state government also operates buses to Shimla and Rishikesh, from where you can get a taxi to reach Chamoli.
This May travel to Ladakh, not to just explore but also empower the locals. Druk Padma Karpo Institute in Ladakh offers you a chance to volunteer at the Druk White Lotus School. This is the same school which featured in Bollywood film, 3 Idiots. Located in Shey, the school seeks teachers or sponsors. Also, you get to interact with the locals. This May explore more than just the landscape, experience the lifestyle and hardship of the locals.
Tourist attractions in Ladakh
How to reach Ladakh?
A popular tourist destination, Ladakh can either be accessed through roads or through air travel.
By Air: The easiest way to reach Ladakh is by air and the nearest airport is in Leh. From there you can book a taxi to reach here.
By Road: Road Trip to Ladakh is considered one of the most amazing experiences in life. You can reach Ladakh by road, using a taxi or your personal vehicle.
Nestled in the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Western Ghats, lies the town of Dandeli which is famous for its wildlife sanctuary. Home to some of the most exotic species of flora and fauna, Dandeli also touches its border with the state of Goa. One of the best places to visit in May in India, the wildlife sanctuary also boasts of its tiger and panther population. The sanctuary is also home to thousands of migratory birds. From bird watching to game drive across the dense forests, this place will let you interact with nature within the comforts of lavish resorts and hotels.
Tourist attractions in Dandeli
How to Reach Dandeli?
Situated in the state of Karnataka, the town is easily accessible through all means of transportation.
By Air: The nearest airport to Dandeli is in Hubli, which is approximately 80 km. Hubli airport is well-connected to major Indian cities and you can book a taxi from the airport to reach here.
By Train: The major railhead near Dandeli is in Alnavar Junction which is roughly 35 km away. You can book a taxi from the railway station to reach here.
By Road: Dandeli is well-connected by roads and you can reach here easily via public or private transport. Karnataka State Road Transportation operates buses to and from Dandeli to nearby major cities.
Where to stay in Dandeli?
A popular natural retreat Dandeli offers a wide variety of accommodations ranging from wooden lodges, luxury resorts to budget hotels. Some of the best hotels and resorts in Dandeli are Bison River Resort, Hornbill River Resort, Whistling Woodzs, Jungle Lodges Kali Wilderness Camp.
Nestled in the azure water of the Laccadive Sea, lies the quaint honeymoon destination of Kadmat Island. With a population of odd 5,500 people and surrounded by water for as far as you can see, the place offers privacy and tranquillity which is unrivalled. Sprawling over an area of 9.3 Km, this little paradise offers all the adventure of a usual beach destination minus the crowd. Explore the seas or just sit and savour the special moment as the time flies by, Kadmat Island will give you a sense of calmness amidst the chaos of usual life.
Tourist attractions in Kadmat Island
How to reach Kadmat Island?
Reaching Kadmat Island Lakshadweep is hassle-free and you can easily reach Kadmat Island via air.
By Air: The best way to reach Kadmat Island is through air travel. The nearest airport to Kadmat Island is in Agatti, which is approximately 77 km away. From there you will be taken to the Island on a ferry. There are regular flights operating to Agatti from Cochin, Bangalore and Cochin.
Where to stay in Kadmat Island?
A 25 sq Km Island, Kadmat offers just limited accommodations to choose from. The only place to stay here is Kadmat Island Beach Resort which offers budget and luxury rooms.
Lying on the banks of Tirthan River, the quaint valley of Tirthan is perfect for a serene and peaceful solo trip. The offbeat destination of Tirthan Valley is fused with a blend of nature and unique culture. Picture this – sitting by the riverside with the sound of the river being the only music in the valley as you fish for trouts in the Tirthan River. If it sounds like your kind of thing, then Tirthan should be your May vacation destination. Also, Tirthan Valley is the sister valley of Sainj and some even claim that it is more beautiful than Sainj. The scenic Himalayan village experience, with you getting to stay with the locals is just a teaser to what lies ahead in your trip of Tirthan.
Tourist attractions in Tirthan Valley
How to reach Tirthan Valley?
Located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, Tirthan Valley is easily accessible by all means of travel.
By Air: The nearest airport is in Bhuntar, which is 49 km from Tirthan Valley. There are flights operating at a regular interview from Delhi. From the airport, you can book a taxi to reach Tirthan.
By Train: The nearest railway station is in Shimla, which is 190 km from Tirthan Valley. You can book a taxi from the railway station to reach here.
By Road: Tirthan is easily accessible by bus. HRTC operates many buses from Delhi to Aut. From Aut, you can either book a taxi to board a public bus to reach Tirthan Valley.
Where to stay in Tirthan Valley?
A quaint offbeat destination, Tirthan valley doesn’t boast of any luxury hotels but staying with the locals is an experience no fancy hotel can match up to. Providing budget accommodations and homestays, Tirthan is one of the best budget travel destinations and perfect for solo travellers. Some of the best accommodations in Tirthan are Forest Department Rest House, Trishla Resort, JJ Resort, Nature’s Lap Resort, Devat Farm Cottage.
While the summer season approaches with the warning of high temperature, many of us look to hit to the beaches during this season. Offering one of the best places to enjoy holidays in May, Andaman is an Island of pure bliss. Secluded from the mainland construes that Andaman is less crowded and you can have those serene sunset shots without somebody photobombing it. Also, one of the best things to do in Andaman is water sports, mainly scuba diving and snorkelling. Also, the cluster of islands allows for an amazing beach hopping opportunity.
Tourist attractions in Andaman Island
How to reach Andaman Island?
Being separated from the Indian mainland, the Island cluster is accessible only through air and sea route. There is no railway accessibility.
By Air: The easiest way to reach Andaman Island is through air travel. There are various flights operating from popular Indian cities bound for Port Blair. The major cities operating to Port Blair are Kolkata, Vizag, Bangalore, Chennai and Delhi.
By Ship: The most exciting way to reach Andaman, ships ferry across to Andaman Island from Kolkata, Vizag and Chennai. This journey will take you across the mesmerizing water of Bay of Bengal.
Where to stay in Andaman Island?
A luxury as well as a budget beach destination in India, Andaman offers all sorts of accommodations, ranging from budget hotels to lavish beach resorts. Some of the best accommodations in Andaman are Seashell Havelock, Wild Orchid, Blue Bird Resort, Seashell Neil.
Well, if you are looking for adventure holidays then there is nothing better than jumping out of a plane at an altitude of 10,000 metres. There is no better feeling than jumping out of a plane as the cold wind hits you on the face with the realisation that you are flying, actually free-falling. We all have dreamt of skydiving and you can fulfil this fantasy of yours in Mysore. Offering some of the best skydiving schools and camps in the country, you can rest assured that you will be having the time of your life in Mysore. Do the solo free fall jump or take the tandem jump with an instructor, skydiving in Mysore ensures that nobody leaves disappointed.
Tourist attractions in Mysore
How to reach Mysore?
Located in the South Indian state of Karnataka, Mysore is easily accessible through all means of transportations.
By Air: The nearest major airport to Mysore is in Bangalore, which is 170 km away. Bangalore airport is well-connected to all major Indian cities. You can book a taxi from the airport to reach Mysore from the airport.
By Train: Mysore has its own railway station, which is just 2 km away from the city centre. Mysore railway station is well-connected to other major Indian cities.
By Road: Mysore is well-connected by roads with National highway 275 and 766 passing through Mysore. You can also reach Mysore by bus which is operated by the State Government.
Where to stay in Mysore?
Mysore is a luxury city with numerous Palaces and luxury resorts to stay in. There are also budget accommodations and homestays in the city. Some of the best accommodations in Mysore are Grand Mercure Mysuru, Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre, Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel and Lalitha Mahal Palace Hotel.
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