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Amazing Monsoon Getaways in India That Will Drench You in Bliss

by Rubi Ahsan Associate S.E.O Consultant

Traveling during India's monsoon season will undoubtedly be an unforgettable experience because of the stunning locations' captivating allure. The hills and mountains are paved with lush greenery, the winds blow wildly, the lakes overflow with sparkling water, and the waterfall scenes become heavenly, making you fall in love with Incredible India. You would be surprised at how nature has blessed this country with so many vivid landscapes. Below are some amazing monsoon destinations that will make you dance in the rain. Take a look!

“Best Monsoons Destinations in South India”

Coorg: the perfect combination of charm and serenity

Beautiful weather, a cool breeze, misty surroundings, and greenery everywhere – if you happen to be in Coorg during good rains, it's only natural to have a million-dollar smile! Enjoy the lava flows to take in the spectacular views, and be sure to try a sip of tea at the world's highest tea garden.

Munnar: Incredibly beautiful!

Destination for couples, family holidaymakers, adventure seekers, wildlife, and nature lovers—Munnar is a mesmerizing place to fall in love with! Some of the highlights of your visit to this lovely place include the highest peak of Anamudi, the mist-cloaked tea plantations, and the colossal Attukad waterfalls.

Kodaikanal: Land of magical views

Bold enough to handle the monsoon madness? This is the ultimate choice for you! The charming fresh look, gushing waterfalls, winding paths, pleasant purple flowers of Kurinji, and the amazing smell of rain-washed mud make Kodaikanal not only a honeymoon destination but also a big hit for lovers of nature and adventure lovers

Varkala, Kerala

Wayanad: For a romantic getaway

Wayanad would be one of the most enchanting and romantic destinations to visit in Kerala during the rains, as it has the perfect treehouses for evenings in the middle of the jungle to enjoy the misty weather. Enjoy breathtaking views, take long romantic walks in rain-soaked tea plantations, bathe under waterfalls, or enjoy a hike in the mountains.

Alleppey, KeralaAthirapally: Sensual touch of Mother Nature

Standing at the base of the majestic Athirapally Falls and taking in its natural splendor and enchanted sparks is the best way to clear your head.

“Best Monsoons Destinations in West India”

RishikeshMalshej Ghat: A delight for nature lovers and a trekker's paradise

Let the sound of raindrops whisper in your ears as you travel to the most impressive mountain pass in the Western Ghats. Welcome to Malshej Ghat - A nature lover's delight, a trekker's paradise, and a haven for relaxation. Dense furrows, attractive lakes, waterfalls, and the historic Shivneri Fort make it a popular vacation spot. Red and orange migratory flamingos are the main attraction at Malshej Ghat during the monsoon.

Mahabaleshwar & Panchgani: Scenic, adventurous & mystical

It is hard to resist the monsoon magic of Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani. Veena Lake's picturesque green splendors and tumbling waterfalls are sure to mesmerize you. See the majestic Lingamala Falls or hike Connaught Peak for an incredible sunrise view. Don't be surprised if you see a rainbow somewhere in the distance!

Goa: for much-needed rest

There is something truly magical about Goa during the monsoon. Enjoy the craziest nightlife fun, relax on amazing beaches, try local cuisine, venture or hike to Fort Chapora (by Dil Chahta Are You Hungry) and watch the raindrops crashing on the ocean.

Konkan Tourism, India: Places, Best Time & Travel Guides 2023Konkan: a sight to behold

Could there be anything more enticing than walking cloud-kissing hills overlooking the beautiful sea? The Konkan coast is at its best: pleasant weather, fantastic destinations, delicious Konkani cuisine, and much more. Napne Falls, Dapoli, Arevare Sea and Beach, Vayangani Beach, and Ganpatipule are some of the major attractions in Konkan that gain popularity during the monsoon. If you are looking for a quiet place to relax for a weekend, this is the place for you!

“Best Monsoons Destinations in North India”

Leh Ladakh: is an amazing place to see

A paradise to relive, an expanse to conquer, and an enchanting route to escape the moonlight, visit Leh Ladakh in the monsoon, and get lost in its timeless beauty. Crystal clear lakes, colorful festivals, serene Buddhist monasteries, and adventures galore – visiting Leh Ladakh, especially during the rains, is considered to be the best time to capture incredible memories.

Kausani: - a real visual treat for the eyes

Velvety green and lush, Kausani is a natural paradise of Uttaranchal. Renowned as 'The Switzerland of India', Kausani attracts thousands of visitors for its lovely climate, peaceful surroundings, and untouched scenic wonders. What makes this place even more attractive are its mesmerizing views of the Himalayan snow peaks of Trishul, Panchachuli, and Nanda Devi. Where here, visit the tea factory and drink the famous caffeine of the state.

Shoja: Tranquility and romance calling!

The pristine scenic beauty of Shoja will overwhelm you at first sight. There are many trails and trekking options around Shoja, adding more enjoyment to your monsoon visit. Raghupur Fort Meadows, Serolsar Lake, and Waterfall Point are some idyllic places for a monsoon escape.

Mussoorie: mystifying and magnificent

The magnificence and magical beauty of Mussoorie during the rains are a sight to behold. A breathtaking view of Doon valley and Shivalik range, alluring hills, valleys of blooming flowers, and mystical clouds kissing your forehead would make you agree that Mussoorie is the must-see monsoon destination.

“Best Monsoon Destinations in North West and North East India”

Jaipur: Royal Journey to Lifelong Delight

Home to the most historic structures, iconic palaces, bustling streets, and sparkling lakes – the beautiful pink city, of Jaipur seems to come alive during the monsoons. While you are there, be sure to visit the famous Hawa Mahal, City Palace, City Palace, and Jantar Mantar.

Udaipur: Relive the glory of Rajputana

Udaipur evokes the same pride, royalty, and luxury as the glory of the Maharajas and Rajputanas thanks to its countless palaces, charming bazaars, and amazing local culture. This state transforms into a lush, green setting with a pleasant climate during the monsoon, making it a popular destination for monsoon vacations. Visit the famous Udaipur Ghat, and Fateh Sagar lake to feel the beauty of nature.

Shillong: Incredibly beautiful

Some places are meant to be visited during the monsoon, the capital of Meghalaya Shillong is one such destination, offering stunning views during the rainy season. An amazing array of enchanting waterfalls, picturesque landscapes, captivating mountain peaks, historical museums, calm water lakes, and diverse varieties of flora and fauna accentuate the beauty of this place.

DarjeelingDarjeeling: The Queen of the Hills

During the monsoon, Darjeeling looks green and energetic. Every nook and corner of Darjeeling reflects the uniqueness and echoes diversity in every aspect. A perfect array of Buddhist monasteries, tea plantations, culinary delights (especially steaming momos served with hot sauce), colorful parties, and last but not least, riding a toy train. You will enjoy vacationing in Darjeeling during the rains!

Aren't these places interesting? So what are you waiting for?

Bring your friends and plan your monsoon break today, after all a long weekend is just around the corner - monsoon time, masti time!

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About Rubi Ahsan Magnate II     Associate S.E.O Consultant

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Created on Mar 13th 2023 08:14. Viewed 424 times.

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Abiodun Olowogemo Freshman  Software Engineer
Wow nice place to visit for vacation
Mar 13th 2023 08:58   
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