Place To Visit During Monsoon In india
Place To Visit During  Monsoon In india

Place To Visit  During  Monsoon In India

India is one of the most famous tourist spots to travel anytime. It does not have any particular time to visit or travel in any particular season or month. There are lots of places to visit in India in the monsoon season. where a large number of tourists travel every year with their friends and family.

monsoon season is well known as the rainy season means places where there is more natural beauty in the surroundings and the climate is also quite cool and rainy.   In India, there are so many places to travel in the monsoon season which are Cherrapunji, Lonavla, GOA, Manali, Darjeeling,   Mahabaleshwar, Coorg, Andaman, and Nicobar, Udaipur, Ooty, Wayanad, Mount abu, etc. This is one of the most popular destinations to visit in India During monsoon.


The rainy season in India is truly magical! It is that time of the year when tourists and locals alike are greeted with a cool breeze and soothing climate while the Indian landscape is dotted with drops of rain all around.

The water from the waterfalls starts roaring fiercely, the sun-kissed beaches are full of water, the rolling hills glisten in green and the cottony clouds roll into the sky, transforming the Indian land into nothing less than heaven. Moreover, the indescribable fragrance of the earth following the rainfall delights Petrichor from within. This is indeed the season of bliss and solace and brings one closer to the unfettered beauty of nature.


CHERRAPUNJI:- Known all over for experiencing the highest rainfall in the country, the landscape of Cherrapunji flashes brightly during the monsoon season. There is no shortage of rain in this part of the world all year round because it receives constant rain. The intensity of rain during the monsoon is, however, truly unmatched.  Isone of the most visited destination by tourists in the rainy season. The average temperature during monsoon: is 12-16℃.

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LONAVLA:- Lonavala is one of the best places to visit in the rainy season if you place your faith in us. During this time, this picturesque destination is as romantic and magical as you can ever imagine. From Tiger's Point, take in views of the city, view the Tungarli Lake overflowing with water, or marvel at the Tikona Fort as it is covered in water droplets or click innumerable pictures against the perfect natural setting.


GOA:-  Goa is one destination that all of us dream of visiting at least once in a lifetime. With no shortage of sun-kissed beaches, Goa surely is best enjoyed during the monsoon to soak in picturesque sceneries amidst constant drizzles. Monsoon, however, may not be the best time to indulge in thrilling water activities but still fret not as there is a lot more to do in Goa. You can explore the Dudhsagar Falls, discover the Basilica of Bom Jesus, or discover the charm of Aguada Fort.

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MANALI:- This is one of the most famous destinations to travel to in March–August. Temperatures range from 10°C to 25°C in the peak season. This is between March to June. This is the best time to satiate your curiosity and engage in some adventure activities such as paragliding and trekking.

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DARJEELING:- The ‘Queen of the Himalayas’, Darjeeling needs no introduction. It is one of the most spectacular hill stations in India perched at an elevation of 2,050 m that no travelers can afford to miss. The expansive tea gardens, rolling hills, ageless toy trains, and lush-green valleys together make the landscape of Darjeeling so gratifying that you can never imagine. Once here, do not miss the chance to tantalize your taste buds with the world-famous Darjeeling tea that is indeed heaven for all chai lovers.

COORG:- Coorg is another gem tucked away in the heart of South India. Dotted with alluring waterfalls and tea gardens, Coorg is also the place to come close to mother nature. Renowned as the ‘Scotland of India’, Coorg has an immensely captivating hilly setting that none can take their eyes off from its beauty. As the weather becomes quite favorable and cool during the rainy season,

it is best to explore the enticing charm of Coorg during this time. A large number of people visit Coorg every year, especially during this monsoon season.

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MAHABALESHWAR:- The charismatic aura of the hilly landscape of Mahabaleshwar makes for a perfect monsoon destination for all those who love getting drenched in rain. Perched at an elevation of 622 m, amidst the Sahyadri ranges, Mahabaleshwar has mighty peaks surrounded by woods. From trekking to the top of mist-covered Wilson’s Point, exploring the charm of water roaring through the Lingamala Falls to ambling around the overflowing Venna Lake, Mahabaleshwar is like a dream destination for nature lovers.

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ANDAMAN NIKOBAR:- Is one of the most beautiful places to travel in the monsoon, here a large number of tourist travel every monsoon to explore the beauty and enjoy the monsoon. Andaman & Nicobar Islands are not just limited to alluring beaches. Monsoon in Andaman & Nicobar Islands is like a blessing as the land otherwise remains hot and humid. A few of the tourist attractions that one can explore during the monsoon while here include Cellular Jail, Phoenix Bay Jetty, Anthropological Museum and so many others.

UDAIPUR: Udaipur will rejuvenate your body and soul because multiple lakes adorn this city. For this particular reason, Udaipur is also known as the ‘Venice of the East’. The lakes of Udaipur are a poetry of charm and enchantment that has been luring tourists for ages.

You would see tourists enjoy a lazy lake day on a boat ride and be lost in the mesmerizing beauty of nature. Some tourists would enjoy the romantic atmosphere of the lakes. Some lakes would give you a reflection of the rich history of the region. 

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 OOTY:- It is known for its picturesque views, lush greenery, and diverse flora and fauna. With its rolling hills, tea plantations, and sprawling gardens, Ooty is one of the most beautiful places in India. For those looking to explore the natural wonders of Ooty, there is no shortage of activities.

Is the most beautiful destination to visit in the monsoon. Ooty is a popular tourist attraction with many places of interest in and around the townGardens and parks, Lakes and dams, Tribal huts and museums, Nilgiri Mountain Railway, Historical buildings, Tea Factory.

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