Odisha knows how to uplift spirit of travellers with its natural bliss in the rainy season. With the end of June, July comes in with a much more relaxed weather and rain showers brightening up the whole state. The southwest monsoon doesn’t seem to leave the Goa of East till late September and keeps on bringing more freshness to the land with an average rainfall of 150 cm. The climate of this tourist destination stays quite rejuvenating as the temperature ranges between 32° C and 25° C and is a good time to come for a vacation if you are a monsoon lover. Moreover, for devotees of Lord Jagannath, this is the best time to visit to Odisha as the famous Rath Yatra or Chariot Festival is celebrated during this time. The chariot which has idols of Lord Jagannath, Subhadra, Balabhadra, Sudarshan Chakra are taken for a public procession. Devotees who get a touch of the chariot feel that their journey is then complete. And one wishes to stay in Puri for a while longer, then they can pay a visit to Pipli which is a village that has acquired the art of French handicraft technique, called Appliqué. Along with that, one of the tourism places that one can go for a honeymoon tour during this time is Bhubaneswar which has a slightly revivifying atmosphere during this season and offers tourist attractions like Lingaraja Temple, Dhauli Giri Hills, Udayagiri Caves, Brahmeshvara Temple nestled in its realms. The Cuttack city also has some good places to visit for honeymooners like Cuttack Chandi Temple, Mahanadi Barrage, Dhabaleswar Barrage. Hirakud Dam in Sambalpur, Sanaghagara Waterfall in Kendujhar District and khandadhar Waterfall in Sundargarh District are some other places one can choose for a tour. However, it is advised to check the weather forecast before planning a holiday in Odisha.