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Monsoon Holidays: 25 Best Places to Visit in Monsoon in India

The monsoon season in India is different. Different from the usual sights, different in colour and different in attire. Monsoon in India is always special after a tiring summer and it’s like a festival to welcome it. Monsoon awakens the travellers inside you and makes you a pluviophile. And, when you are in India, exploring so many amazing places in monsoon, definitely feels like bliss.

Just like nature waits for the monsoon to become alive again after a difficult period of scorching summer, people in India also wait for the season to travel again. Some plan to travel to the hill stations, some people prepare themselves for monsoon treks and the rest want to explore the scenic beauty of beaches.

So, if you don’t know which team you are in for this monsoon, check this article. Here is a monsoon tour guide on the places which are best to travel to in this monsoon.

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25 Best Monsoon Tourist Destinations in India

  • Valley of Flowers
  • Munnar
  • Kodaikanal
  • Coorg
  • Athirapally
  • Leh Ladakh
  • Wayanad
  • Mussoorie
  • Mahabaleshwar
  • Kausani
  • Udaipur
  • Kumarakom
  • Mount Abu
  • Khandala
  • Jaipur
  • Alleppey
  • Malshej Ghat
  • Goa
  • Lonavla
  • Pushkar
  • Spiti Valley
  • Panchgani
  • Manali
  • Shimla
  • Chopta – Tungnath

Popular Monsoon Destination Tour Packages

Destination Package Price (Starting from)
Uttarakhand Tour Packages INR 9,999/PP
Himachal Tour Packages INR 10,999/PP
Rajasthan Tour Packages INR 6,999/PP
Ladakh Tour Packages INR 11,999/PP
Kerala Tour Packages INR 12,999/PP
Tamil Nadu Tour Packages INR 8,999/PP
Karnataka Tour Packages INR 10,999/PP

Valley of Flowers, A Bouquet of Monsoon Flowers!

About Valley of Flowers Location

The majestic valley, flanked by the magnificent Zanskar ranges and the western and eastern Himalayas, Valley of Flowers is an epitome of nature bestowed with the Himalayas flora and fauna.

With an area of around 87 square kilometres, Valley of Flowers is situated in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand. To protect the diverse fauna and endemic alpine flowers, it was declared a national park in 1982 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005.

Major Tourist Attractions around Valley of Flowers

  • Malari
  • Gorson Bugyal
  • Niti Valley
  • Pandukeshwar
  • Joshimath
  • Govindghat
  • Mana Village

Top Things to Do in Valley of Flowers

  • Trek through the lush greenery and witness the beauty of the surroundings.
  • Visit the Nanda Devi National Park and spot the Himalayan fauna.
  • Seek blessings at Hemkund Sahib gurudwara.
  • Visit Bheem Pul, a natural stone bridge over the Saraswati River.
  • Spend some refreshing time in one of the nature destinations in Uttarakhand, Mana Village.

How To Reach Valley of Flowers?

The nearest airport is Jolly Grant at Dehradun, from where you have to reach Govindghat, till which motorable roads exist. From Govindghat you have to trek to the valley. You can also reach the place via train. The nearest railway station is Rishikesh, from where you will get taxis or buses to reach Govindghat.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Valley of Flowers?

March to October is usually the best time to visit the Valley of Flowers. However, if you want to witness the maximum number of flowers then plan to visit this top monsoon destination in July and August.

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Munnar, A Monsoon Retreat of South India!

Munnar Hill Station

One of the best South Indian hill stations for a refreshing monsoon trip, Munnar defines beauty. The sprawling tea plantations beside the undulating hilly roads, the sparkling waterfalls from the height and the diverse flora and fauna – Munnar is undoubtedly one of the breathtaking places to explore.

Munnar is a quaint hill station in the Idukki district of Kerala, located at an elevation of around 1,585 metres. The largest tea-growing region of South India, Munnar unfolds its beauty in monsoon and becomes greener all around the place.

Major Tourist Attractions in Munnar

  • Echo Point
  • Pothamedu View Point
  • Attukad Waterfalls
  • Eravikulam National Park
  • Kundala Lake
  • Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Chinnakanal Waterfalls

Top Things to Do in Munnar

  • Spend a couple of days in a treehouse.
  • Enjoy a shikara ride on Kundala Lake.
  • Enjoy an ayurvedic spa therapy.
  • Enjoy camping and trekking to Echo Point.
  • Try authentic Kerala cuisine in a restaurant.

How To Reach Munnar?

The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport, located at a distance of 125 kilometres from Munnar. Ernakulam serves Munnar as a railway station. And, if you want to reach Munnar by road, you can reach up to Kochi, Aluva or Ernakulam, from where you have to take a cab.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Munnar?

You can visit Munnar all through the year, however, visiting Munnar in monsoon during the months between June and September would be an unforgettable experience.

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Kodaikanal, The Misty Host of Monsoon!

If you want to visit a beautiful place, which rejuvenates your mental state with a memorable trip, then welcome to Kodaikanal. The mystical valleys, rolling hills, mesmerising landscapes from the viewpoints and the aroma of freshly plucked coffee leaves – Kodaikanal is one of the breathtaking places to explore in South India.

The hill town centres around a star-shaped man-made lake perched in an evergreen forest, named Kodaikanal Lake, a major tourist spot in the city. With innumerable must visit places that become captivating during the monsoon make Kodaikanal undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in monsoon in India.

Major Tourist Attractions in Kodaikanal

  • Kodaikanal Lake
  • Dolphin’s Nose
  • Green Valley View
  • Canopy Hills
  • Pambar Falls
  • Silver Cascade Falls
  • Guna Cave
  • Pillar Rocks
  • Thalaiyar Falls
  • Bear Shola Falls
  • Palani Wildlife Sanctuary

Top Things to Do in Kodaikanal

  • Experience birdwatching in Berijam Lake.
  • Experience the night safari in Palani Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Explore the beauty of Thalaiyar Falls.
  • Explore the valleys from Dolphin’s Nose.
  • Take a boat ride on the Kodaikanal Lake.

How To Reach Kodaikanal?

The nearest airport to Kodaikanal is Madurai Airport, located at a distance of 120 kilometres. Kodai Road railway station is the closest railway station from where Kodaikanal is around 100 kilometres away. There are also regular bus services available between Kodaikanal and cities like Chennai, Pondicherry, Madurai and Coimbatore.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Kodaikanal?

If you are looking for a refreshing monsoon experience, July to August is the ideal time to visit the best monsoon tourist destination in South India, Kodaikanal. The pleasing views of lush green landscapes all around the place during the monsoon will definitely soothe your mind and soul.

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Coorg, A Monsoon Escapade in South India!

Coorg Hill Station

The famous hill station of Southern India, Coorg is known as Madikeri, a rural district of Karnataka. Being one of the monsoon destinations in India, Coorg is famed for several reasons among travellers. From awe-inspiring sceneries to mouth-watering foods, Coorg is an amalgamation of nature, history and luxury.

Widely known as ‘Scotland of India,’ Coorg looks enchanting after receiving heavy showers during the monsoon. The patches of green become a paradise for nature lovers and people who want to explore the other looks of hills during the rainy season.

Major Tourist Attractions in Coorg

  • Abbey Falls
  • Dubare Elephant Camp
  • Harangi Dam
  • Honnamana Kere Lake
  • Chiklihole Reservoir
  • Omkareshwara Temple
  • Kotebetta Peak
  • Mallalli Falls
  • Madikeri Fort
  • Mandalpatti Trek
  • Irupu Falls

Top Things to Do in Coorg

  • Have a short hike to Abbey Falls and click amazing pictures.
  • Bathe elephants and learn about them in Dubare Elephant Camp.
  • Learn about Tibetan culture at Golden Temple.
  • Have a coffee plantation tour and learn about the production.
  • Enjoy a wildlife safari in Nagarhole National Park.

How To Reach Coorg ?

The nearest airport to Coorg is Mangalore Airport, 160 kilometres away from the town. Mysore Junction, located at a distance of 95 kilometres, serves Coorg as a railway station. Regular bus service is also available between Coorg and Mysore, Mangalore and Bangalore.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Coorg?

The beauty of Coorg is enhanced by the rains during the monsoon from June to September. The green plantations along the slope of the hills offer enchanting views that make this place one of the sought-after places for monsoon tourism.

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Athirapally, The Indian Niagara Falls In Monsoon!

Athirapally Waterfalls

The waterfall kingdom, Athirapally is a small village located in Thrissur District, Kerala. The place is famed for a waterfall, named Athirapally, which is one of the best monsoon visiting places in India. The waterfall, showcased in many Bollywood as well as South Indian movies, is around 25 metres in height and a part of the Chalakudy river.

The best time to visit this place is during the monsoon as the waterfalls look magnificent this time. Especially the Athirapally Waterfalls; it appears like Niagara Falls in its full might. You can also visit other waterfalls like Vazhachal and Charpa, they also look the best when the monsoon comes.

Major Tourist Attractions in Athirapally

  • Vazhachal Waterfalls
  • Athirapally Waterfalls
  • Charpa Waterfalls
  • Silver Storm Water Theme Park
  • Sholayar Dam
  • Kodanad Elephant Training Centre
  • Thumboormuzhi Dam
  • Illithode
  • Namami Spa and Wellness Centre

Top Things to Do in Athirapally

  • Have a short hike to Athirapally Falls and get refreshed by the views.
  • Explore the forests and learn about the tribal lifestyle.
  • Visit one of the largest elephant training centres in Kerala, Kodanad Elephant Training Centre.
  • Explore lower Sholayar Dam and the forest surrounding it.
  • Get mesmerised by the views of Charpa Falls.

How To Reach Athirapally ?

The nearest airport to Athirapally at Kochi and the nearest railway station is at Chalakudy, around 28 kilometres away. You can also reach Athirapally by road via Kochi, which is located at a distance of 55 kilometres. Kochi is connected to other cities of Kerala by bus services.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To VisitAthirapally?

The monsoon in Kerala, as well as Athirapally, starts in June and continues till October. These months are the best time to visit Athirapally as the waterfalls look splendid, full of water.

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Leh Ladakh, The Best Monsoon Destination!

Ladakh

The land of high passes, Leh is the largest city of Ladakh, a Union Territory of India. It is a cold desert and thus sees no heavy rainfall in the monsoon, therefore from June to October, tourists keep flourishing in Ladakh. The most trending place in India in the past few years, Ladakh has been a thrilling escape from a monotonous life.

Ladakh is home to some of the highest mountain passes in the world, it is a land of myths and ancient stories about Buddhism. From the rich cultural heritage to the rustic life of the remotest villages of India, from the most challenging snow trek to the delightful views of colour-changing lakewater – Ladakh is truly a paradise for adventure seekers.

Major Tourist Attractions in Leh

  • Thiksey Monastery
  • Diskit Monastery
  • Nubra Valley
  • Zanskar Valley
  • Markha Valley
  • Pangong Tso Lake
  • Tso Moriri Lake
  • Hemis National Park
  • Shanti Stupa
  • Leh Palace
  • Magnetic Hill
  • Alchi

Top Things to Do in Ladakh

  • Stay in Leh and wander around the places like Namgyal Tsemo Monastery, Leh Palace, Main Bazar and Shanti Stupa.
  • Visit the villages like Alchi, Likir, and Lamayuru along the Indus river.
  • Enjoy a two-days trip to Nubra Valley and ride on the ‘World’s Highest Motorable Road’ Khardung-La pass.
  • Visit Diskit Monastery and enjoy a double-humped camel ride at Hunder.
  • Visit Turtuk Village, India’s northernmost village, and learn about the culture of the Balti people.
  • Visit beautiful Pangong Lake, and soak in the beauty of the landscapes.
  • Visit Tso Moriri Lake, situated at an altitude of 4,530 metres

How To Reach Ladakh?

Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport is the nearest airport to reach Leh. Apart from flights, you can reach this place via rail; Chandigarh, Kalka and Pathankot are the three closest railway junctions to Leh. And, the best way to reach Leh is by road, via Manali or Srinagar.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Ladakh?

The climate of Leh is of a cold desert. It sees a long winter from late November to early March. The monsoon season in India has no great impact on Leh. So, the peak season starts in June and ends in October and these months are the best for nature sightseeing in Leh.

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Wayanad, The Magical Monsoon Hill Station!

Wayanad Kerala

The picturesque hill station of Kerala, God’s Own Country, Wayanad is blessed with gushing waterfalls, caves, verdant plantations along the undulating roads, exotic biodiversity and many more special things. This exquisite hill station is one of the ultimate places that offers a refreshing trip in the monsoon to break one’s monotonous city life.

The breathtaking landscapes of the sheer greenery of Wayanad look more magical in the monsoon. However, there are two monsoon seasons in Wayanad. The first comes from June to September and the second one is from October to November.

Major Tourist Attractions in Wayanad

  • Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Kuruva Island
  • Pookode Lake
  • Chembra Peak
  • Kalladi Forest
  • Ripon Tea Factory
  • Chundale
  • Soochipara Waterfalls
  • Karlad Lake

Top Things to Do in Wayanad

  • Experience a jungle safari in Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Go for a bamboo rafting at Kuruva Island.
  • Have a boat ride in Pookode Lake.
  • Trek to Chembra Peak and get amused by the views.
  • Have a picnic with your dear ones at Soochipara Waterfalls.
  • Experience cave camping in Chundale.

How To Reach Wayanad?

The nearest airport to Wayanad is Karipur International Airport at Kozhikode and the nearest railway junction is also at Kozhikode, around 110 kilometres away. You can also reach Wayanad by road. Wayanad is connected with all major cities in Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu by a good network of bus services.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Wayanad?

Wayanad in the monsoon becomes more magical and it looks more elegant when the rain comes. So, June to September is the best time to visit Wayanad.

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Mussoorie, The Greenest Hill Station In Monsoon!

Mussoorie Hill Station

The quaint hill station of Uttarakhand without which a North Indian hill station trip cannot be completed, Mussoorie is located in the Dehradun District. One of the best weekend getaways from Delhi and other cities of Uttarakhand, Mussoorie is famed among travellers for the dazzling views of the Garhwal Himalayas.

The place attracts thousands of travellers all through the year. However, Mussoorie becomes the greenest in the monsoon and there are fewer crowds compared to other seasons. The cloud-clad roads of Mussoorie along with the sheer beauty of undulating roads through the hills – are some of the reasons why you should visit this place when it rains.

Major Tourist Attractions in Mussoorie

  • Lal Tibba
  • Mussoorie Lake
  • Jharipani Falls
  • Kempty Falls
  • Gun Hill Point
  • Company Garden
  • Cloud’s End
  • Sir George Everest’s House

Top Things to Do in Mussoorie

  • Trek to Gun Hill Point and click amazing pictures of the views.
  • Have a picnic in Kempty Falls.
  • Get mesmerised by the views of peaks like Kedarnath, Badrinath and Bandarpunch from Lal Tibba.
  • Spend quality time with friends and family at Company Garden.
  • Have a short hike to Cloud’s End, the geographical end of Mussoorie.
  • Have a boat ride on Mussoorie Lake.
  • Buy handmade silver jewellery, local sweets and many more things from the shops at Library Bazaar.

How To Reach Mussoorie?

The nearest airport to Mussoorie is Jollygrant Airport in Dehradun, which is connected to Delhi and Mumbai via daily flights. Dehradun Railway Station is the nearest railway station that serves Mussoories, around 36 kilometres away. Travellers can also reach the hill station by road from Delhi, Dehradun and other cities of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Mussoorie?

If you want to avoid the overcrowded season and travel the greenest form of Mussoorie in a secluded way, then the monsoon is the best time to visit here. The months from July to mid-September is the monsoon season in Mussoorie.

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Mahabaleshwar, The Green Canvas of Monsoon!

Mahabaleshwar Hill Station

The scenic hill station of Maharashtra, Mahabaleshwar is located in Satara District, at a height of 1,372 metres from sea level. Popularly known as the ‘Land of Strawberries,’ Mahabaleshwar is an idyllic vacation spot for nature lovers.

People prefer to explore this hill station in the monsoon to breathe fresh air, soak into the refreshed form of greenery and enjoy the drenched undulating roads. The rock-cut mountains, lush greenery, verdant valleys, strawberry farms and waterfalls – all look alive during the monsoon and give Mahabaleshwar a charming look.

Major Tourist Attractions in Mahabaleshwar

  • Pratapgad Fort
  • Venna Lake
  • Lingamala Falls
  • Dhobi Waterfall
  • Arthur’s Seat
  • Catholic Church
  • Babington Point
  • Tapola

Top Things to Do in Mahabaleshwar

  • Trek to Pratapgad Fort and click amazing pictures of the views.
  • Have a boat ride on Venna Lake.
  • Capture awesome pictures of exotic birds at Babington Point.
  • Enjoy a jungle trek in Tapola.
  • Visit Dhobi Waterfall, Connaught Peak and many tourist spots on a day trip from Mahabaleshwar.

How To Reach Mahabaleshwar?

Pune International Airport, located at a distance of 120 kilometres, is the nearest airport to Mahabaleshwar. The nearest railway station is Wathar but the most convenient one is Pune, as it is well connected to major cities of India. Moreover, people can also reach Mahabaleshwar by road by availing a bus or taxi from Pune.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Mahabaleshwar

The entire landscape of Mahabaleshwar turns into a green canvas during the monsoon. For nature-lovers, June to September is the best time to explore Mahabaleshwar.

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Kausani, A Place for Unforgettable Monsoon Trip!

Kausani - Himalayas View

Kausani is a famous hill station located in the Bageshwar District, Uttarakhand. The quaint hamlet is located at a height of 1,890 metres from sea-level, offers breathtaking mountain views all around the valley. From escaping through the green tea plantations to watching a stunning sunrise in the morning while listening to the sound of chirping birds, Kausani has umpteen reasons for being one of the top places to visit in India.

When it rains, the dazzling landscapes of Kausani look more alive. The undulating roads, the greenery and the peaks – all look fresh during the monsoon. Moreover, the monsoon is the high cropping time at the tea estates and a perfect time for tea-lovers who want to observe the whole process of tea production.

Major Tourist Attractions in Kausani

  • Rudradhari Falls
  • Someshwar
  • Lakshmi Ashram
  • Anasakti Ashram or Gandhi Ashram
  • Baijnath Temple
  • Dandeshwar Temple
  • Pinnath
  • Gwaldam

Top Things to Do in Kausani

  • Explore the famous temples of Kausani like Rudrahari Mahadev Temple, Someshwar Temple and Baijnath Temple.
  • Spend a relaxing time in Anasakti Ashram or Lakshmi Ashram.
  • Enjoy the spectacular views of the Himalayas while eating at Garden Restaurant.
  • Trek to Rudradhari Falls and enjoy the thrill.
  • Buy souvenirs from the shops at Mall Road.

How To Reach Kausani?

The nearest airport is at Dehradun, 157 kilometres away from Kausani. Kathgodam, located at a distance of 131 kilometres, is the closest railway station to Kausani. And, you can also take a bus or cab from New Delhi and the cities of Uttarakhand to reach Kausani.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Kausani?

Kausani sees fewer tourists in the monsoon and it looks like a whole other place. The monsoon season from June to September is the best time to visit this place for people who like to explore the beauty of the Himalayas in a pure green form.

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Udaipur, The Gorgeous Lakes in The Monsoon!

Udaipur Rajasthan

The ‘Venice of the East,’ Udaipur is a gorgeous city located in Rajasthan, the historical state of India. With the royalness of the grand forts, palaces and ancient temples, Udaipur is one of the remarkable places in India that no one should miss on their trip to Rajasthan.

Apart from the historical landmarks, Udaipur is also famed for being home to several lakes, which become the main reason why you should visit this place in the monsoon. The lakes of Udaipur reach their brimful best version and the surroundings become greenest in the monsoon offering breathtaking views of the landscapes. The ‘City of Lakes’ looks alluring and becomes one of the best destinations for monsoon holidays.

Major Tourist Attractions in Udaipur

  • Fatehsagar Lake
  • Udaipur City Palace
  • Saheliyon Ki Bari
  • Udaisagar Lake
  • Lake Palace
  • Rajsamand Lake
  • Doodh Talai
  • Lake Pichola

Top Things to Do in Udaipur

  • Explore nature photography at Saheliyon Ki Bari.
  • Explore the majestic City Palace.
  • Enjoy a short trek to Tiger Lake.
  • Enjoy a light and sound show at Kumbhalgarh Fort.
  • Enjoy heritage walks through the historical landmarks of the city.

How To Reach Udaipur?

The nearest airport is Maharana Pratap Singh Airport, located just 20 kilometres away from the city centre. The railway junction of Udaipur serves the city and is well connected with all major cities of India. The place can also be reached by road via buses and cars from Delhi and other cities of Rajasthan.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Udaipur?

After a scorching summer, the city starts looking refreshed when the monsoon arrives. The lakes become full and offer the sights to behold. So, July to September is the perfect time to explore Udaipur.

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Kumarakom, Birdwatching In The Monsoon!

Kumarakom Kerala

A cluster of islands, famous for being a paradise for birdwatchers and nature-lovers, Kumarakom is a village in the backwaters located behind the Vembanad Lake. A perfect amalgamation of Kerala’s rich culture with natural beauty, Kumarakom is such a place that never fails to fascinate you.

The place turns into a dreamland during the monsoon with its brimming canals, lakes and rivulets, which become the ideal place for world-famous houseboat races like Nehru Snake Boat Race, Payippad Jalolsavam and Aranmula Uthrattadi Vallamkali. Moreover, Kumarakom also becomes an ornithologist’s dreamland as migratory birds start coming during the monsoon.

Major Tourist Attractions in Kumarakom

  • Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
  • Kumarakom Beach
  • Vagamon
  • Jatayu Rock
  • Kumarakom Backwaters
  • Aruvikkuzhi Waterfall
  • Thanneermukkom Bund
  • Pathiramanal Island

Top Things to Do in Kumarakom

  • Stay in a houseboat and explore the surroundings.
  • Explore birdwatching at Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary.
  • Enjoy a Kathakali performance in a resort.
  • Trek to Aruvikkuzhi waterfall and spend some time in nature.
  • Enjoy the Nehru Snake Boat Race, the cultural heritage of Kerala.

How To Reach Kumarakom?

The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport, located 85 kilometres away. Kottayam Railway Junction, located at a distance of 16 kilometres is the nearest connecting point. The place can also be reached by road via Kottayam, which is connected to other South Indian cities.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Kumarakom?

The monsoon (June to September) is the best time to explore Kumarakom as it looks splendid being drenched in the rains. Another reason is the migratory birds that visit Kumarakom during the monsoon.

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Mount Abu, Explore Aravali Range in Monsoon!

Mount Abu Rajasthan

A famous hill station, located near the border of Gujarat and Rajasthan, Mount Abu is a peaceful destination for having a refreshing trip. With the religious monuments, age-old temples and the highest peak of the Aravali Range, Mount Abu is a popular destination in Rajasthan.

The monsoon brings a healthy dose of serenity to this hill station. The season is the best time to travel around the places as there is no heavy rainfall, but the weather becomes pleasant during the days. The natural beauty of the place reaches its purest form and it becomes one of the most beautiful places to visit in monsoon.

Major Tourist Attractions in Mount Abu

  • Dilwara Jain Temples
  • Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Nakki Lake
  • Toad Rock
  • Achalgarh Fort
  • Guru Shikhar
  • Sunset Point
  • Universal Peace Hall
  • Tibetan Market

Top Things to Do in Mount Abu

  • Seek blessings in Dilwara Jain Temples.
  • Explore biodiversity in Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Enjoy a boat ride on Nakki Lake.
  • Trek to Guru Shikhar, the highest peak of Aravali.
  • Capture an amazing view of sunset at the Sunset Point.

How To Reach Mount Abu?

The nearest airport is in Udaipur and the nearest railway station is Abu Road railway station, 25 kilometres away from Mount Abu. Daily buses are available between Mount Abu and cities like Jaipur, Udaipur, Baroda and Ahmedabad.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Mount Abu?

The weather during the monsoon season in Mount Abu becomes perfect for a trip to the sightseeing places. The place looks more beautiful as the greenery becomes refreshed after raining. So, July to September is the best time to visit Mount Abu.

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Khandala, Hill Station To Explore in Monsoon!

Khandala Hill Station

Khandala, the most-visited hill station of Maharashtra is famed for the exquisite rock formations and many other tourist attraction spots that offer splendid views. It is located at a distance of 82 kilometres, which makes it one of the best weekend getaways for travellers from Mumbai.

Unlike other hill stations of India, which could not be travelled in the monsoon for unfortunate reasons, Khandala has ranked on top of the list that offers the best when rain arrives. The place looks mysterious, covered with a blanket of fog amidst the hills, flaunts a more alluring look during the monsoon.

Major Tourist Attractions in Khandala

  • Kune Waterfall
  • Tiger’s Leap
  • Valvan Dam
  • Duke’s Nose
  • Shooting Point
  • Celebrity Wax Museum
  • Rajmachi Fort
  • Bhushi Lake

Top Things to Do in Khandala

  • Enjoy a refreshing trip to Kune Waterfall.
  • Explore the beauty of the surroundings at Duke’s Nose.
  • Spend some quality time amidst a serene environment at Lohagad Fort.
  • Trek to Rajmachi Fort and enjoy the beauty of the valley.
  • Enjoy a short hike to Tiger’s Leap and capture some breathtaking landscapes.

How To Reach Khandala?

The nearest airport is in Pune, located around 66 kilometres away from the city. Lonavala Railway station is the closest to Khandala, which is well connected with Mumbai and Pune. Private buses and state-owned buses, both are available between Khandala and Mumbai and Pune.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Khandala?

If you want to witness the mesmerising beauty of Khandala in the monsoon, then July to September is the best time to visit the place.

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Jaipur, The Pink City in Monsoon!

Jaipur - Water Palace

The immersive experience of the royalness, heritage and culture, a trip to Jaipur is travelling back to the pages of our history book. The stories of the rich past of the grand forts, gorgeous palaces, pristine lakes and the green hills, Jaipur is one of the destinations in India that you should visit once in a life.

The summer in Jaipur is difficult and it is quite tough during the day for sightseeing. So, when the monsoon comes in Jaipur, the ‘Pink City’ starts seeing tourists again. The whole city looks more alluring and colourful. Moreover, the roads are well-maintained, so are safe to travel.

Major Tourist Attractions in Jaipur

  • Hawa Mahal
  • City Palace
  • Jantar Mantar
  • Amber Fort
  • Birla Mandir
  • Albert Hall Museum
  • Galta Ji
  • Nahargarh Fort
  • Jal Mahal
  • Jaigarh Fort

Top Things to Do in Jaipur

  • Enjoy visiting the three forts – Amber, Nahargarh and Jaigarh.
  • Learn about the relics in Albert Hall Museum.
  • Visit Jantar Mantar and the surroundings.
  • Visit Hawa Mahal and capture the awesomeness of the royals.
  • Indulge in Rajasthani food and sweets in the restaurants.

How To Reach Jaipur?

The nearest airport is Jaipur International Airport, located just ten kilometres away from the city centre. The railway junction of Jaipur serves the city and is well connected with all major cities of India. Jaipur can also be reached by road via buses and cars from Delhi and other cities of Rajasthan.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Jaipur?

If you are a nature lover and want to explore how the ‘Pink City’ looks drenched in rain, then the monsoon is the best time for you. Just have your raincoat and plan a Jaipur trip between July and September.

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Alleppey, The Monsoon Capital of Kerala!

Alleppey Kerala

A canvas of a clear sky along with its reflection on the backwaters surrounded by lush greenery – that’s what Alleppey looks like. With the chirping sound of the birds, the morning sun popping up from the paddy fields, the authentic Kerala cuisine and the stunning sunset on the backwaters, Alleppey is the ultimate place if you want to spend a refreshing trip in your own way.

And, in the monsoon, the canvas looks more alive. The canals, lakes and the sea look exactly how they look in full might. Nature becomes calm and serene and gives Alleppey a more charming look compared to how it looks in other seasons.

Major Tourist Attractions in Alleppey

  • Alappuzha Beach
  • Vembanad Lake
  • Alleppey Lighthouse
  • Punnapra Beach
  • Pozhiyoram Beach
  • Karumadi
  • Marari Beach
  • Pandavan Rock
  • Mullakkal Rajeshwari Temple
  • Ambalappuzha Sree Krishna Temple

Top Things to Do in Alleppey

  • Seek blessings at one of the temples in Alleppey.
  • Explore the beaches and enjoy long walks.
  • Enjoy the sunset from Pozhiyoram Beach.
  • Enjoy staying in a houseboat.
  • Explore the authentic Kerala cuisine.

How To Reach Alleppey?

The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport, which is 75 kilometres away from Alleppey town. Alleppey railway station, which is connected to all other major cities of Kerala serves Alleppey. The place is easily accessible by road and it is well connected with the cities like Bangalore, Kochi, Chennai and Kottayam by a network of bus services.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Alleppey?

The post-monsoon season in Alleppey from August to September comes with moderate rainfall and the scenic beauty of this place reaches the top. Also, there is no crowd and Alleppey can be explored in a secluded way. These all are the reasons for the monsoon being the best time to visit.

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Malshej Ghat, The Paradise for Monsoon Trekkers!

Malshej Ghat

Malshej Ghat is located in Maharashtra, amidst the Western Ghat ranges. The breathtaking views of the green hills along with the magnificent waterfalls make Malshej Ghat one of the best destinations for a day trip from the nearby cities like Mumbai, Pune and Thane.

The place has gained popularity over the years for its unspoilt atmosphere, exotic flora and fauna and its thrilling trekking trails. Malshej Ghat is also famous among trekkers who love to explore trails in monsoon, like Darkoba Peak, Ajoba Hill Fort and Naneghat.

The monsoon is the best time for the tourists, as well as, the trekkers to enjoy the beauty of this hill station.

Major Tourist Attractions in Malshej Ghat

  • Malshej Falls
  • Ajoba Hill Fort
  • Harishchandragad Fort
  • Pimpalgaon Joga Dam
  • Konkan Kada
  • Naneghat

Top Things to Do in Malshej Ghat

  • Explore Malshej Waterfalls and its surroundings.
  • Enjoy bird watching at Pimpalgaon Joga Dam.
  • Enjoy camping at Malshej Ghat.
  • Trek to Ajoba Hill Fort and get an adrenaline rush.
  • Enjoy trekking to Harishchandragad Fort and indulge in capturing the views.

How To Reach Malshej Ghat?

The nearest airport to Malshej Ghat is in Mumbai, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, 150 kilometres away. The nearest railway station is Kalyan and one can also reach the place by taking a bus or taxi from Pune, Thane and Mumbai.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Malshej Ghat?

The vigorous look of the waterfalls and the lush green surroundings of Malshej Ghat attract a flock of tourists and trekkers during the monsoon. From August to October is the best time to explore Malshej Ghat.

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Goa, The Monsoon Playground of India!

Goa Beach

A must-visit place in India, Goa is famed for many reasons. Be it a bachelor trip, a family one or a romantic honeymoon trip, Goa is such a place that never fails to amaze you. From sun-kissed beaches, plates of seafood, colourful festivals and river cruises to ancient churches and temples, Portuguese colonies and the beachside markets – Goa has its all.

Goa becomes a merry playground when the monsoon comes. The enticing aura that attracts a flock of tourists all over the globe, gives a different look in the monsoon. The scenery becomes more attractive with the gushing waterfalls and exploring them becomes more adventurous in this weather.

Major Tourist Attractions in Goa

  • Beaches- Baga, Palolem, Morjim, Colva, Butterfly, Arambol
  • Churches – Basilica of Bom Jesus, Santa Cruz Church, Sé Catedral de Santa Catarina
  • Forts- Aguada Fort, Chapora Fort, Tiracol Fort, Corjuem Fort
  • Temples – Maruti Temple, Brahma Temple, Mangeshi Temple
  • Waterfalls – Dudhsagar, Kuskem, Arvalem, Hivre

Top Things to Do in Goa

  • Witness the Dudhsagar Falls in full vigour.
  • Get an adrenaline rush by experiencing river rafting in the Mhadei River.
  • Explore the churches of Goa.
  • Have bicycle tours around the roads of Goa.
  • Explore the forts of Goa.
  • Enjoy long walks on the beaches.

How To Reach Goa?

The nearest airport to Goa is Dabolim Main Airport, connected to all major cities as well as some foreign cities. The nearest railway stations are Madgaon and Vasco-da-Gama, located in Margao. And, there is a good network of bus services available between Goa (Panaji) and major cities of Maharashtra.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Goa?

If you are a traveller who always wants to explore Goa in an off-season, in a less-crowded manner and also love to see the lush green countryside – then from July to September is the perfect time for you to plan a Goa trip.

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Lonavala, A Monsoon Retreat Away From City!

Lonavala Hill Station

One of the sought-after weekend getaways from Mumbai, Lonavala, the green hamlet in the lap of Sahyadri mountain is a perfect definition of a rejuvenating monsoon trip. The beauty of the Western Ghats, the ancient forts, the lakes and the Buddhist caves – these all make Lonavala a spectacular destination to travel to again and again.

The monsoon in Lonavala is like a dream that starts with dancing in the rain and ends with sitting at the top of a fort watching the best sceneries a hill station can offer. The little hill station becomes a perfect place to spend a memorable trip for monsoon lovers. The layer of mist and the serenity of the weather make the place look more refreshed and rejuvenated.

Major Tourist Attractions in Lonavala

  • Tiger’s Leap
  • Kune Falls
  • Karla Caves
  • Bhaja Caves
  • Lonavala Lake
  • Pawna Lake
  • Bhushi Dam
  • Tikona Fort
  • Lohagad Fort
  • Rajmachi Fort
  • Duke’s Nose
  • Canyon Valley

Top Things to Do in Lonavala

  • Explore the splendid beauty of the surroundings at Tiger’s Leap.
  • Explore the ancient ruins at Bhaja Caves and Karla Caves.
  • Revisit the relics at Tikona, Lohagad and Rajmachi Forts.
  • Soak in the views at Bhushi Dam.
  • End your day with an amazing sunset at Lion’s Point.

How To ReachLonavala?

The nearest airport to Lonavala is at Pune, Lohegaon Airport. It has its own railway station, which is connected to Pune and Mumbai through mail and passenger trains. Otherwise, people can reach Lonavala by road from Mumbai and Pune via state buses, private buses or cabs.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Lonavala?

The monsoon during the months from July to September, is the best time to visit Lonavala if you want to explore the pure form of nature with an extra dose of beauty. It is also totally safe to visit during this season as there are not many steep roads in Lonavala.

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Pushkar, The Green City of Rajasthan in Monsoon!

Pushkar Lake Rajasthan

Popular for ancient temples, beautiful ghats, history, culture, enchanting markets and legends, Pushkar is a preferred tourist destination for people searching for different experiences in one place. From rooftop cafes and beautiful temples to short hikes and camel rides, Pushkar has something for every traveller.

One of the ancient cities of Rajasthan, perched in the Aravali Range, Pushkar looks the best in the monsoon. The greenest form of the flora along the hilly roads and the lakes in their full might, Pushkar offers a refreshing vacation in pleasant weather in the monsoon.

Major Tourist Attractions in Pushkar

  • Pushkar Lake
  • Brahma’s Temple
  • Mahadeva Temple
  • Varaha Temple
  • Rangji Temple
  • Merta
  • Naga Pahar
  • Rose Garden
  • Sarafa Bazar
  • Kishangarh
  • Man Mahal

Top Things to Do in Pushkar

  • Stay in a desert camp.
  • Enjoy a bumpy camel safari.
  • Enjoy hiking to Pap Mochani Temple.
  • Explore the ancient city of Merta.
  • Enjoy handicrafts shopping in the markets.

How To Reach Pushkar?

The nearest airport to Pushkar is at Jaipur, located at a distance of 140 kilometres. The nearest railway station, Ajmer junction, connected to major cities of India, serves Pushkar. You can also reach this place by road from Delhi, Jaipur and Udaipur.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Pushkar ?

Pushkar possesses a different charming look when the monsoon comes. The place does not receive heavy rainfall during the months from July to October but looks the best in its greenest form.

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Spiti Valley, The Offbeat Monsoon Adventure!

Spiti Valley Himachal

The remotest village of Himachal Pradesh, Spiti Valley is known for dozens of Buddhist monasteries, breathtaking landscapes of the snow-clad Himalayas, mundane vegetation and snowy glacier pass. The surreal hamlet sits in the lap of the Himalayas, looks like heaven on Earth.

Spiti Valley is a cold desert and sees a very long winter from October to March and due to heavy snowfall, the roads remain closed during these months. The aura of this place becomes refreshing when the monsoon comes and the snow starts melting. However, the monsoon has no great impact on this place, but the passes are open making Spiti Valley accessible for tourists.

Major Tourist Attractions in Spiti Valley

  • Key Monastery
  • Tabo Monastery
  • Chandratal Lake
  • Kunzum Pass
  • Pin Valley National Park
  • Kibber
  • Losar
  • Nako Lake
  • Dhankar Monastery

Top Things to Do in Spiti Valley

  • Explore the flora and fauna at Pin Valley National Park.
  • Visit the mummy at Giu Village.
  • Enjoy stargazing by staying in a camp.
  • Visit the world’s highest post office in Hikkim Village.
  • Visit the Buddhist Monasteries and learn about the culture.
  • Buy memorable things from Kaza’s main market.

How To Reach Spiti Valley?

Bhuntar Airport at Kullu is the nearest airport to Spiti Valley, around 245 kilometres away. The two closest railway stations are Jogindernagar and Shimla Railway Station. However, whichever you choose, be it flights or trains, you have to reach Spiti Valley by road from Manali via Rohtang Pass. You can hire a cab from the airport or railway stations or avail of a bus to Reckong Peo and then to Kaza.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Spiti Valley?

Spiti Valley sees a major tourist footfall from June to July as various roads lead to the valley open in June. The water crossings remain active during the monsoon as the snow melts, and it becomes easier to travel to the remotest sightseeing places in Spiti Valley.

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Panchgani, A Monsoon Family Holiday Retreat!

Panchgani Hill Station

Panchgani, famed for a huge volcanic plateau (Table Land), is a hill station located in the Satara District of Maharashtra. The place is named after five hills that surround Panchgani, making it one of the best places for monsoon holidays.

The colonial heritage homes of Parsis along with the strawberry farms, the mystical valleys and the grass-covered trekking trails – Panchgani in monsoon offers a new look that restores one’s soul and mind. Panchgani, being home to several hotels, bungalows and homestays, is also one of the sought-after honeymoon getaways among the people from Maharashtra.

Major Tourist Attractions in Panchgani

  • Sydney Point
  • Pratapgad Fort
  • Rajpuri Caves
  • Devrai Art Village
  • Dhom Dam
  • Table Land
  • Parsi Point
  • Lingmala Falls
  • Kamalgad Fort

Top Things to Do in Panchgani

  • Explore tribal lifestyle at Devrai Art Village.
  • Click pictures of the amazing views from Sydney Point.
  • Get amused by the views of Table Land.
  • Buy leather products from the Shivaji Circle.
  • Indulge in authentic vegetarian cuisines at Purohit Lunch Home.

How To Reach Panchgani?

The nearest airport to Panchgani is Lohegaon Airport, located at a distance of around 110 kilometres. Pune would be the better option to reach Panchgani via rail. There is a good network of bus services available between Panchgani and Pune, Mahabaleshwar, Mahad and Satara.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Panchgani?

Being a hill station in Maharashtra, Panchgani attracts a flock of tourists all over the year. However, the monsoon gives the place a refreshed look with more green patches and makes it the best monsoon family holiday destination in Maharashtra during the season.

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Manali, The Coveted Monsoon Getaway!

Manali Himachal

The best part of traveling to Manali is staying rejuvenated in the lap of mountains, surrounded by lush green valleys. One of the most sought-after hill stations, Manali has been on the list of top 10 monsoon holiday destinations since the British era. From the breathtaking views of the mountains to the glistening apple orchards, Manali always welcomes you despite the season.

During the monsoon season in Manali, nature is in full bloom. Several trekking trails from Manali open in June such as the Chandratal trek and Beas-Kund trek, making it a wonderland for monsoon lovers. Also, the waterfalls become full of water offering magnificent views and making Manali one of the best places to explore during the monsoon.

Major Tourist Attractions in Manali

  • Hadimba Temple
  • Beas River
  • Club House
  • Jogini Falls
  • Manu Temple
  • Van Vihar
  • Old Manali
  • Hampta Pass
  • Naggar Castle
  • Kothi

Top Things to Do in Manali

  • Seek blessings from the almighty in Hadimba Temple.
  • Explore the old Manali and Manu Temple.
  • Do some adventurous water sports in Club House Manali.
  • Trek to Jogini Falls and get mesmerised by the views from there.
  • Have a day trip to Kullu and Naggar Castle.
  • Trek to Hampta Pass and indulge in the adventure.

How To Reach Manali?

The nearest airport is at Bhuntar, located 50 kilometres away and connected with Delhi and Chandigarh via domestic flights. Two of the nearest railway stations to Manali are Ambala Cantt and Chandigarh, located at a distance of 200 kilometres and 250 kilometres, respectively. However, taking a bus or cab from Delhi is the best option to reach Manali.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Manali?

Manali experiences the rainy season from July to September. The monsoon adds an extra dose of beauty to every nook and corner of this beautiful hill station and makes it one of the coveted monsoon getaways.

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Shimla, The Monsoon Queen of North India!

Shimla Hill Station

One of the top places to visit during monsoon, Shimla is known as the Queen of Hill Stations. The evergreen ‘Summer Capital’ of India is famed for its undulating meadows perched between the oak and pine forests, the colonial architecture and the far extended hills.

Being a forever favourite getaway, Shimla attracts throngs of tourists all through the year. However, the mystical cloud-clad roads of the city, the soothing greenery, the unhurried mornings and the wet roads add an extra touch of beauty when it rains in Shimla. A holiday plan to Shimla during the monsoon could give you the best monsoon experience of a lifetime.

Major Tourist Attractions in Shimla

  • Shimla Mall Road
  • Green Valley
  • Christ Church
  • Kali Bari Temple
  • Jakhu Hills
  • Kuthar Fort
  • Summer Hill
  • Shimla State Museum
  • Himalayan Bird Park
  • Viceregal Lodge

Top Things to Do in Shimla

  • Trek to the top of Jakhu Hills.
  • Have an evening walk around Shimla Mall and witness the beauty of the city.
  • Visit the Kuthar Fort, the amalgamation of nature and architecture.
  • Visit Kufri and Narkanda on a day trip from Shimla.
  • Explore the cafes and bakeries of Shimla.
  • Have a toy train ride through the green hills of Shimla.

How To Reach Shimla?

Chandigarh Airport is the nearest option to Shimla, located at a distance of 120 kilometres. You can also reach Shimla via toy train from Kalka, which is connected to New Delhi through rail services. However, one of the best ways to reach Shimla from New Delhi is by road. There is a good network of bus and cab services available between Shimla and Delhi.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Shimla?

The monsoon weather of Shimla remains pleasant and comfortable despite the high humidity. Also, the beauty of the must visit sites of Shimla becomes alluring during the monsoon. So, if you want to witness the monsoon beauty of Shimla, June to September will be the best time.

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Chopta, The Hushed Abode of Monsoon!

Chopta Valley Garhwal Uttarakhand

Famous for being home to the third temple of Panch Kedar, Tungnath, Chopta is a small village situated at an elevation of 2,709 metres. One of the top monsoon getaways in India, Chopta is an unspoiled haven of nature, surrounded by velvety meadows and evergreen forests.

Chopta is also famous for being the base of the Chandrashila trek. The mesmerising trails to Chandrashila from Chopta comprise the views of snow-clad Himalayan ranges including Nanda Devi, Trishul and Chaukhamba along with the enchanting meadows and oak forests, which make Chopta an ideal place for adventure holidays.

Major Tourist Attractions in Chopta

  • Tungnath
  • Chandrashila
  • Deoria Tal
  • Ukhimath
  • Rohini Bugyal
  • Dugalbitta
  • Sari Village

Top Things to Do in Chopta

  • Trek to Tungnath Peak through the lofty forests.
  • Camp at Baniyakund amidst a long stretch of meadows.
  • Explore the temples in Ukhimath.
  • Spend some relaxing time in Deoria Tal.
  • Spot the rare Himalayan wildlife at Kanchula Korak Musk Deer Sanctuary.

How To Reach Chopta Valley?

The nearest airport to Chopta is Jolly Grant Airport, located at a distance of 226 kilometres from where you can avail of taxi or bus services. The nearest railway station is 202 kilometres away at Rishikesh and by road, Chopta is connected with all cities of Uttarakhand, which are connected to New Delhi ISBT Bus Terminus.

Why Monsoon is The Best Time To Visit Chopta?

Chopta has been a paradise for nature lovers. Due to pleasant weather, it is an all-year accessible destination, however, if you want to experience the different beauty of Chopta and witness a diverse range of flora and fauna, then June to August is the ideal time to visit Chopta. Moreover, Chopta is one of the best places to visit during monsoon in India as the roads are highly maintained and it is safe to travel during the season.

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So, here is a quick guide to planning a monsoon trip in India, which hopefully helps you in planning your monsoon holiday trip. We always recommend planning a monsoon holidays trip carefully as safety is the priority.

However, if you need an expert in this field, you can directly call us. Also, we have several already made monsoon tourism tour packages on our website. You can browse them thoroughly if you plan on visiting the best destinations for monsoon.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which are the best places for monsoon holidays in South India?

South India is such a place where you can travel at any time, all through the year. But, the region looks more beautiful during the monsoon. Moreover, the weather becomes pleasant and it becomes easier to spot the flora and fauna. Some of the best monsoon getaways in South India are:

  • Munnar, Kerala
  • Chikmagalur, Karnataka
  • Alleppey, Kerala
  • Yercaud, Tamil Nadu
  • Poovar, Kerala
  • Agumbe, Karnataka
  • Neriamangalam, Kerala

Which are the top destinations to visit in North India during the monsoon season?

Apart from the mountainous regions, North India sees a scorching summer every year after which the monsoon comes with coolness. Though there are some places in North India where rain has no major impact, overall, the monsoon makes North India explorable and flooded with tourists. Some of the best places to visit during monsoon in North India are:

  • Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand
  • Chopta, Uttarakhand
  • Pahalgam, Jammu and Kashmir
  • Jaipur, Rajasthan
  • Udaipur, Rajasthan
  • Leh, Ladakh
  • Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh
  • Ranikhet, Uttarakhand

What are the top tourism activities for tourists in the monsoon season in India?

As the monsoon brings pleasant weather all over the country, the best places to visit in rainy season in India start seeing tourist footfall. And, it becomes easier to roam around the top places to visit in monsoon in India. Some of the top tourism activities for tourists in the monsoon season in India are:

  • Trekking to Valley of Flowers National Park
  • Getting drenched in Goa while wandering around the places
  • Kayaking in Kerala
  • River rafting in Ladakh
  • Enjoying tasty food at Udvada Gujarat on the Parsi New Year
  • Jungle trekking in Kerala
  • Road trip in Darjeeling
  • Sipping masala tea in Mumbai

Is visiting Indian hill stations safe in monsoon season?

There are some hill stations in India, where rain affects severely. Whereas, the usual monsoon season of India does not have a great impact on some hill stations. If you are planning for a monsoon trip to places like Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Kerala, Mumbai and Himachal Pradesh we will suggest you plan carefully. It is recommended to plan an itinerary that does not include those places which face natural calamities due to heavy rainfall. However, the best monsoon hill stations are as follows:

  • Wayanad, Kerala
  • Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra
  • Leh, Ladakh
  • Agumbe, Karnataka
  • Pahalgam, Jammu and Kashmir

Which are the best monsoon holiday destinations for couples?

Monsoon is one of the best seasons to have a refreshing honeymoon holiday for couples. The natural experiences that couples could have during this season are unmatched and unparalleled. Some of the top monsoon tourist places for couples are:

  • Netrani Island, Karnataka
  • Shnongpdeng, Meghalaya
  • Kishtwar, Kashmir
  • Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu
  • Alappuzha, Kerala
  • Ponmudi, Kerala

Published: 29 Jun, 2022

About the author

Nandini Bhattacharya

From the ‘City of Joy,’ Kolkata, Nandini Bhattacharya is a Travel Writer by profession and traveller by passion. She loves to explore places around the world, new cultures, different cuisines and all new things that one can learn outside the home. She also loves to document her journey so that people can be inspired and travel more. Nandini is a nature lover and talks about sustainable tourism. She wants to make this world a good place where people can live healthy and happily.