Scenic Destinations to visit this Monsoon
The arrival of July is complete & so are the monsoon covers that have beautifully started to spread across the country like a cold blanket. Paving way for some adventurous explorations, Monsoon is all about wild trekking & fun-filled explorations. So, here’s a list of our top picks for your Monsoon Travel wishlist. Pick the ones that fascinate you and set out on a wondrous journey.
The scintillating view of Western Ghats from Lonavala is one scenic wonder that one shouldn’t miss in a lifetime. This familiar Hill Station encompasses diverse tourist attractions that include Rajmachi point, Valvan Dam, Della Adventure Park, Tiger’s peak and many more. The fascinating Lohagad & Visapur Forts would be a tough test for your trekking skills.
There’s plenty in place for an adventurous trip & this makes Lonavala an awesome pick for Monsoon travel checklist.
Fondly known as the “Little Switzerland of India” Dalhousie is largely known for its awesome & natural landscapes. Located at an elevation of 1,970 metres above sea level, this mesmerizing hill station is located in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Named after the British Governor-General Lord Dalhousie, this town was established in the year of 1854. Since then, this pristine hill station is regarded as one of the finest summer retreats.
One of the predominant tourist destinations in South India is the “Rice Bowl of India” – Thanjavur. The eastern coast of Tamil Nadu is an important center of religion, art, and culture. Holding a prodigious legacy, this ancient capital of the Chola kingdom is known is home to several World Heritage Monuments (UNESCO).
Top Picks – Brihadishwara Temple, Siva Ganga Garden, Ragavendra Temple, Schwartz Church, Thanjavur Royal Palace, and many more to the long list.
Valley of Flowers
As the name conveys, “Valley of Flowers” is truly a paradise on earth. This is one of the most mesmerizing and charming National Parks that one could witness in the country. Located in Uttarakhand, this scenic beauty is known for its wide range of flora that proudly encompasses the endemic alpine flowers & some endangered species of animals.
And, not just this. The valley also opens up to several picturesque waterfalls and silvery glaciers. A visual treat is on!
Down South is this scenic destination that appears to be a crystal amidst the Western Ghats. Located in the Tirunelveli District, Courtallam is referred to as the “Spa of South India”. This serene destination is widely known for its series of waterfalls which includes Peraruvi, Chitraruvi, Aintharuvi, Puli Aruvi, & Pazhaya Aruvi.
In addition to the above, there are several other tourist interests in this region which includes Therkumalai Estate, Thirukutraalanaadhar Temple, Kumaran Kovil, Gundar Dam, Snake Park and several more. So, if you are truly on for a wondrous journey this monsoon then this is the one for sure.
“City of Lakes” is how Udaipur, the former capital of the Mewar Kingdom is referred to with pride. Located in the state of Rajasthan, the “Venice of the East” is home to lush green hills of Aravallis & plentiful azure water lakes. Udaipur is more of a tourist destination that’s spoken for its history, culture, and tradition.
Some of the fascinating tourist spots that you could take a tour include the famous Monsoon Palace, Jag Mandir, Ahar Museum, Gulab Bagh, Bagore Ki Haveli, and several more to the long list of places.
We would greatly recommend this destination as an ideal pick for your monsoon escape. Being the largest hill station in the Nilgiri Hills, this place has its own charm and beauty that isn’t elsewhere. A perfect expedition with a lot of treks & hill climbings, Coonor is truly a traveler’s rejoice.
West Sikkim occupies a pivotal spot amongst the popular tourist destinations in India. The high elevations and majestic mountain ranges are something that the explorers would look up to for a beautiful expedition. With a temperate climate in place, this region is home to a wide range of flora & fauna. A large population of tourists flood in every year from different countries to witness the beauty of Mount Kanchenjunga – the third highest mountain in the world.
One of the most preferred destinations for tourists who visit Tamil Nadu. Not only is this destination aesthetically amazing, but the weather here is out of this world! Maybe that’s why this’s called “the gift of the forests”. With lush greens and a great view all over, this place should definitely make it to your monsoon-travel checklist.
Places to visit here: Coaker’s Walk, Silver Cascade Waterfalls, Kodai Lake, Dolmen Circle, Pillar Rocks, Berijam Lake, Sacred Heart Science Museum.
Travel lovers would definitely fall in love with this beautiful hill station for its mesmerising waterfalls and captivating mountain ranges. Malshej Ghat, an enchanting mountain pass situated in the western ghats is truly architectural excellence. The well-structured dams and forts in this region are proofs for the same.
Your top picks – Malshej falls, Pimpalgaon Joga dam, Harishchandragad Fort Trek, and Ajoba Hill Fort.
Located in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, Tawang predominantly enjoys a cool temperate climate throughout the year. Regarded as one of the finest & well-preserved tourist destinations, the town is filled with beautiful little valleys and lakes. Tawang is also home to the world’s second-largest Buddhist monastery built in the year 1681. Widely known amongst the trek lovers, this region opens up to several breathtaking views, and mountain ranges.
Your top picks – Tawang Monastery, Jaswant Garh, Nuaranang falls, Madhuri Lake
Settled on the western ghats and in a beautiful hill town of Karnataka, Coorg is nested on the great mountain peaks amidst floating clouds and a great bounty of nature. The waterfalls over here sing to your soul and create so much peace within you. Climb all the way up to the peaks and find the trails that lead to breathtaking roads around the place.
Places to visit here: Brahmagiri peak, Nagarhole National Park, Dubare Elephant Camp, Iruppu Falls, and Abbey Falls.
One can never ignore this beautiful hill station from their travel wishlist. Located at an elevation of 1,220 m, this place is an ideal retreat for the travel lovers. Being the only hill station in the desert kingdom, Mount Abu lures tourists across countries for its dazzling architecture and natural beauty. The fine carvings and ancient temples pave found here pave way for an interesting exploration.
Popularly known as the “Land of Five Hills”, Panchgani is a beautiful hill station located in the state of Maharashtra. The famous volcanic plateau “tableland” situated at a height of 60 meters is one of the most sought out tourist spots in this region. Not just this, there are several other scenic destinations in this region that include Sydney Point, Lingmala Falls, Dhom Dam, Kaas Plateau, Mapro Garden, and Devrai Art Village.
Panchgani is more than just a tourist destination, it opens up to a whole new world of culture, tradition, and learning.
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