Top Indian Monsoon Destinations You Must Visit

Rains are the most magical and soothing experience, and they are even more magical when it comes to exploring it in a country like India. There are so many different scenarios and jaw-dropping locations, Places to visit during the Monsoon Destinations in India.

Monsoons are the times which makes this country even more vibrant and dazzling. I guess that’s the beauty of this country. Monsoons in India are truly a rhapsody of bliss, beauty, and relief from the scorching summer sun and they are meant to be savored.

Here are some gorgeous places listed below which will make you pack your bags and go for a trip of lifetime journey once.

Top Monsoon Destinations of India

Munnar, Kerala

If you’re looking for an ideal place to visit in South India in monsoon, then this one should definitely be on your list! Munnar is truly a paradise in God’s own country.

Backwater kerala

Along with its silvery mist, incredibly vast tea gardens, lush green hills, romantic atmosphere, and pleasant climate, this hill station is truly one of the favorite tourist places, especially during monsoons. This place is ideal for Nature lovers, love birds on a honeymoon.

Things to be done while on a trip to Munnar may start from trekking, plantation tours, sightseeing, birdwatching and what not. The top attraction on the list are some exquisite wildlife at Anamudi which is also the highest peak in the western ghats, enjoy some nature walk at beautiful lakes in Devikulam and visit the Attukal Waterfalls.

Coorg, Karnataka

Greatly known for its dense forest cover, it also serves as a biodiversity hotspot showcasing a broad variety of flora and fauna. This romantic destination offers enchanting waterfalls, lakes, vast coffee plantations, and delicious cuisines to treat your taste buds and whatnot.

Coorg
Coorg

This place is ideal for Nature lovers and so many things can be done here like trekking, bird watching, elephant interaction, horse ride, etc. The major attractions here are to explore the wildlife at Pushpagiri wildlife sanctuary, experience an exhilarating hike at Kotebetta and visit the Jog falls in Karnataka which is the second-highest waterfall in India.

Darjeeling – West Bengal

The perfect monsoon getaway of India. It is well known amongst the tea industry along with being a popular tourist destination, also known as The Queen of Hills, is situated at the foothills of the great Himalayas.

Due to surrounded hills, it receives heavy showers during the monsoon which makes it prettiest of all.

Darjeeling
Darjeeling

This place is Ideal for Nature lover, honeymooners, families where they can have a tea plantation visit, monastery visit, toy train ride, shopping, etc. The major attractions here are Rangeet valley passenger cable car, Darjeeling monastery, adventure sports, and the toy train.

Don’t forget to try some authentic Darjeeling tea, after all, its world-famous trademark now.

Shillong, Meghalaya

How can someone forget about the beautiful Northeast when it comes to monsoon. One of the best places in India during monsoons is the city of Shillong which receives the heaviest rainfall during the rainy season.

Surrounded by picturesque valleys of Khasi and Jayanti hills, adorned by numerous waterfalls, Shillong offers a panoramic view of green natural scenery why not click it for yourself.

shillong
shillong

The place is ideal for Honeymooners, nature lovers, wildlife enthusiasts, culture vulture where they can explore it by Wildlife viewing, trekking, boating, etc. The major attractions here are David Scott Trail which is an old trekking route that is counted amongst the most famous ones in Meghalaya.

Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

The flowers of a garden look so fresh and young and vibrant especially after washed off with rains and what could be a place better than the Valley of flowers itself situated in the Uttarakhand (a beautiful north Indian state). Monsoon is surely the best season to visit Valley of Flowers National Park in Uttarakhand.

Uttarakhand
Uttarakhand

Spread over 87.5 sq km, this bio-diversity hotspot is known for its scenic beauty comprising alpine flowers and meadows, white streams, snow-clad peaks, and pristine air. As soon as the monsoon reaches the valley, it starts to become more picturesque with blooming of about 500 species of flowers.

Trekkers from around the globe trudge 14kms in the valley to witness one of the most mesmerizing monsoon destinations in India. The closest you can get to The Valley of Flowers by road is Govind Ghat, wherefrom a trek of 13-kilometers begin base camp at Ghangaria and another 3 km trek from here leads to the valley. The major attractions are the Alpine flower species, trekking.

Udaipur, Rajasthan

This place truly reflects its glorious past of the maharajas with umpteen number of palaces and bazaars and beautiful lakes. It won’t spare you a single chance to skip that royal charm.

During monsoons, this place revives with a hint of greenery around its pristine lakes and palaces to give you breathtaking and awestruck views.

 

Udaipur - Lake
Udaipur – Lake

This place best serves the Heritage lovers, honeymooners and people who love Boating and sightseeing. Feel royal and know the glorious past of the Indian rajas and maharajas at the City Palace, monsoon palace, lake palace, and enjoy the alluring beauty of the Fateh Sagar lake along with 6 other lakes which make this city known as Venice of India.

Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh

The gorgeous Spiti Valley in Himachal range is yet another best place to go during monsoon Destinations in India.

Also popularly known as “Little Tibet” this place is mystical an/d has a mesmerizing beauty. There’s truly something magical in the air of Spiti that makes one fall in love with this place. Spiti is undoubtedly one of the best off best places to visit in monsoon in India as it also remains unaffected with rain like Ladakh.

The place is ideal for the adventurers as it allows the opportunity for many adventure activities like trekking, rock climbing, mountain biking, etc. Exquisite flora and wildlife at Pin valley national park, Lhalung monastery are also few of its key features.

Alleppey, Kerala

Alleppey is divine during the rainstorm. ‘Gods Own Country’ Kerala is honored during downpours and Alleppey shares its euphoria. The downpour makes the backwaters even more excellent.

Alleppey
Alleppey

To investigate this staggering spot, you should set out on a backwater voyage through its lakes, waterway, and channels. Storm additionally upgrades the advantages of Ayurveda.

As indicated by the old customs of Ayurveda, the best time to experience these medications is during the rainstorm. The climate is flawless, wet, cool and residue-free, opening up the pores of our skin, making the treatment progressively powerful. The cool salubrious rainstorm climate likewise enables the body to recover in ecstasy.

Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

Kodaikanal, ‘The Gift of the Forest’ is a grand delight which further amplifies its appeal during the storm. The little slope town in Tamil Nadu makes a reviving excursion.

Kodaikanal
Kodaikanal

During the downpours, Coaker’s Walk and Bryant Park offer beautiful trails while there are likewise genuine treks to Dolphin Nose, Kurunji Andavar Temple, Pambhar Falls, Pillar Rocks, and so on. Additionally, after the downpours, the cascades are a sight worth seeing.

You can likewise have a fortunate encounter, an uncommon wonder called ‘Brachem Specter’ where you really observe yourself in the mists. Feel new as the downpours in this pleasant slope station.

Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

The second rainiest spot on Earth, Cherrapunji is one of the spots voyagers’ must involvement in the storm. Woods, farmlands, fields, and houses sparkle with a sound shine. The grass develops overwhelmingly all over and makes a setting that is like the moving slopes of the Scottish Highlands.

Cherrapunji
Cherrapunji

Mists play a round of finding the stowaway, inundating the scene in a wonderful whiteness, cutting down the permeability to an invalid. Cascades stream in their full quality, Nokhalikai Falls to be the most lovely of all. Investigate living root scaffolds, caverns, and endless cascades.

Take strolls while appreciating the rural magnificence of Meghalaya. Begin to look all starry eyed at downpours in Cherrapunji.

Wayanad, Kerala

Favored with abundant downpours, Wayanad is a well-known storm goal in India. A slope town in Kerala, cuddled in the lap of Western Ghats, it is honored with beautiful excellence, cascades, untamed life, experience, and the sky is the limit from there. As of late, traveler only visits Wayanad to appreciate the downpours.

Wayanad
Wayanad

The extraordinary bit of the slope station in the stormy season is the ‘Neelakurinji’ striking blue blossoms which sprout once in 12 years. Relish the lavish greenery of the slopes, forceful cascades, lakes, old caverns.

Set out on trekking and mountain campaigns. The slope station likewise praises a storm the travel industry celebration, Splash, a 3-day occasion of fun and significant encounters.

Orchha, Madhya Pradesh

Orchha is the ideal escape to appreciate the enchantment of the rainstorm. The period of downpours transforms this generally dry corner of Malwa level into the greenest and the most sentimental spots on earth.

The Betwa River is resuscitated by the downpour and the town chose its banks is honored with a beautiful landscape of lavish greenery, moving slopes, and tranquil delight.

Not simply beguiling landscape chronicled fortresses, places, sanctuaries, landmarks, remembrances, and legacy re-make the sentimentality of its brilliant period.

Crisply washed the structures and the town basic look divine. On the off chance that you are infatuated with downpours, Orchha is one of the tremendous goals to visit during a rainstorm.

Mahabaleshwar

Wrapped in the magnificence of the Sahyadri go, a piece of the Western Ghats, Mahabaleshwar is one of the most sentimental places in India, particularly in the rainstorm.

sunrise-Mahabaleshwar
sunrise-Mahabaleshwar

Foggy streets, the pitter-patter of downpours, lavish greenery, mists that plunge the peaks and that are just the beginning, make it stunning. Pratapgad is beguiling to investigate as the stories of the days of yore resound in the very air.

Lingamala cascades, sustained by downpours make a genuinely enamoring sight. The display is strange from the Elephant’s Head Point.

Named among the well-known end of the week excursions, be it a sentimental break or only a getaway from your day by day plans, the enchanted downpours make Mahabaleshwar a stunner out of the world.

Lonavala

Resting in the lap of rich greenery of the Sahyadri Mountains of Western Ghats, Lonavala is one of the most delightful slope stations in India. Come downpours, and the joy is genuinely out of the world.

Mists drop down the earth went with the delicate song of downpours and an unexpected appearance of a rainbow in the sky.

Lonavala
Lonavala

Based on the Indrayani River, Bhushi Dam is a well-known site. The pictorial Pawna Lake, encompassed by rich backwoods adds to the excellence. Tungarli Lake looks totally sentimental.

The downpours don’t ruin the enjoyment of trekking, as there are grand trails to Tiger’s Leap, Lion’s Point. For a tryst with history, Rajmachi Fort and Tikona are magnificent, which appears to be really fascinating in the storm.

Mount Abu

The main slope station in the desert province of Rajasthan, Mount Abu is a rich desert garden. Welcoming vacationer to the green lap of the Aravalis, Mount Abu has plenty of endowments.

It is outstanding amongst other storm goals in India. Recommend yourself remedial cure with a vacation here. Washed in the downpours, the white-marbled Dilwara Temples look captivating.

Mount Abu
Mount Abu

Master Shikhar, the most elevated point in Mount Abu has various fascinating sanctuaries and astonishing perspectives to offer. Nakki Lake, Sunset Point, sanctuaries, gardens and the business sectors of the town are unmissable pleasures.

An outing to Achalgarh, remnants of the Mewar Dynasty on a blustery day is essentially astounding. The imperial beguile blended with the downpour sets aside a few minutes.

Andaman & Nicobar

Downpours are more often than not on and off in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, while the different days are for the most part bright. On the off chance that it’s bright, you can visit the Beladaru shoreline at Batarang Island. When it rains there are numerous indoor exercises to humor you also.

Different spots to visit here are Radhanagar, dolphin resort, Cellular prison and Phoenix Bay Jetty which is a serious sight in the downpours.

August is an off-season period in Andamans and that makes August an extraordinary time to visit Andamans for the individuals who need to encounter the colorful excellence of Andamans at very economical costs.

Panchgani, Maharashtra

Like every single beautiful spot arranged at high elevations in Maharashtra, Panchgani too is a Queen of Love and Beauty during the storms.

Panchgani
Panchgani

Favored with an incredible alleviation framework and astonishing sights and sounds all around, Panchgani is a joyful rainstorm experience.

In the event that the visual treat is inadequate to induce you for an excursion, Panchgani is likewise a Strawberry godown in each feeling of the word.

Pondicherry

The temperature chills off in storms, empowering to appreciate the rich green fields and uneven landscapes of Pondicherry.

Pondicherry
Pondicherry

One of the real attractions of this spot is the rambling immense place where there is an espresso estate which leaves an unmistakable scent of espresso noticeable all around.

The French War Memorial, Pondicherry Museum and Jawahar Toy Museum are a few spots to visit here separated from this, the Paradise Beach, Botanical nurseries and the Pondicherry shoreline are worth visit.

Though here I have briefed a few places that are a must-visit especially during the monsoons in India. Yet India is full of such places that will make you stay here forever. Choose an exceptional service that fulfill what exactly said.

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