Top 10 Destinations this monsoon which will make you dance in rain
If you think rains spoil the plan of traveling, you are wrong. There are places that portray their scenic beauty and alluring effect only in monsoons. So, don’t hesitate to plan a trip in monsoon as it is the best time to get more close to nature and enjoy its beauty. We have listed some of the best places for your vacations this monsoon.
It is a Nature Lover’s Paradise. Munnar is a town in the Western Ghats Mountains that is covered with mist which includes rolling tea gardens and spice plantation. It is best to visit in monsoon as the rain revitalizes everything to get a calm and composite environment amidst mountains.
It is the second wettest place on the planet and receives rains throughout the year. It gives you an exciting monsoon trekking trip with hills and landscapes all around. On your visit to Cherrapunjee do try Meghalaya tea as it different from the tea of other hilly areas.
Agumbe is the most popular trek of South India and is best to visit in the monsoon with waterfalls. It is only here that you enjoy vanilla flavored tea and you also get a picturesque view of ruins of temples dating back to the Hoysala Empire
Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu
Here you can often find sun and cloud playing hide and seek between the mountains and is the most visited hill stations of Tamil Nadu. You must visit the place in August as the weather is cool with rain swept valleys and foggy mountains.
Lahaul-Spiti, Himachal Pradesh
It is the best place for solitude as well as for adventurous activities like skiing, Yak Safari, and exciting wildlife trails. Leh-Spiti is not accessible during winters as Manali-Leh route is closed and other routes have disturbances due to landslides and heavy rainfalls.
Andaman Nicobar Islands
This place has an on and off the game with rainfalls. Places to visit here are Radhanagar, Dolphin resort, Cellular jail etc. August is an off season here but for those who want to visit the place in a cheap rate is welcomed in August.
Bikaner has some majestic places to visit like Junagarh, Lallgarh, Gajner, Jain temple and Karni Mata temple and you would love to visit the place in monsoon. Don’t forget to shop from street markets as you can grab Rajasthani clothes and jewelry at cheaper rates.
Mussoorie is famous for hills and is one of the most scenic places in India. It is a worth visiting place with waterfalls like Kempty and Battha, beautiful churches and Naga Devta Temple. Here you can enjoy the drizzle with a romantic environment and hot tea of the hills.
The green fields, hilly terrains and vast land of coffee plantation give the place an appealing view. You can also visit French War Memorial, Pondicherry Museum and Jawahar Toy Museum apart from Paradise Beach and Botanical Garden. Having so many places to enjoy nobody can say no to this place for a visit.
Mandu, Madhya Pradesh
City of architectural ruins, Mandu is a nice place to explore domes and minarets. The tomb of Malwa’s second king Hoshang Singh and the country’s first marble monument is situated here. The place lives the famous historic love story of Rajput Rani Roopmati and last Sultan of Malwa.