Top Monsoon Destinations in India
Monsoons transform India into a beautiful world where everything seems pristine and gorgeous. This is the reason why streams of travellers plan monsoon holidays to India to experience first shower of rain in this incredible country. So, plan your holidays to India this monsoon and indulge in some relaxation therapy amidst ample of nature.
Portraying the astonishing past of Rajasthan, Udaipur is a beautiful city that shines with grandeur. Udaipur looks extremely beautiful during monsoon when the pristine lakes and palaces dotted here become even more mesmerizing. With royalty keepers like City palace, monsoon palace and lake palace, Udaipur remains a must visit place in India during monsoons.
Adorned by Mother Nature with far stretched paddy fields, Wayanad turns into an emerald paradise as the first shower of monsoon touches its grounds. Travellers flock here in abundance to enjoy trekking up to the Chembra Peak where a perennial heart-shaped lake lies. Also, some unique birds can be spotted here dwelling amongst the rocks and caves of Pakshipathalam. A Bamboo boat ride to cross over to the eco-island of Kuruvadweep is a must here.
This incredible looking hill station has never ending expanse of greenery which comes to life during monsoon. Explore the beauty of white gushing waterfalls making the whole landscape look mesmerising. Do not forget to take a trek up the Tiger’s leap to catch a stunning view of the green valleys of Lonavala. Caves of Karla, Bhaja & Bedra also remain popular historical sites here narrating the history of Buddhists.
The best sites of monsoon in India can only be explored at Shillong. This, one of the wettest places in the world, is home to bounty of nature, including the matchless living root bridges. While adventure enthusiasts can try some water sports at the Umiam Lake, serenity seekers can visit Cherrapunji and Mawsynram to unwind and refuel. Capture panoramic beautiful views of Shillong at Shillong Peak as well.
It is a myth that Goa is not a monsoon destination. The fact is that monsoon adds to the beauty of this tiniest Indian state and makes it look even more gorgeous. The best way to enjoy monsoon in Goa is by staying at the spice plantations. Take a stroll along the Chapora Fort on a rainy day and experience sea waves washing your feet. Beaches of Goa though remain inaccessible during heavy rains, one can always enjoy relaxing at a beach shack while relishing the views of rain.
Part of the UNESCO biosphere, the Valley of Flowers blooms with thousands of colours during monsoon. Adventurous souls must try 16km high trek here that starts from Govindghat. This is a blessing for photographers as they can capture plenty of beautiful frames here. Enjoy a cultural trip to the calm town of Mana and enjoy a hot coffee at the last coffee shop at the border of India and Tibet.
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