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Top Locations to visit in India during the monsoon

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India has a unique monsoon season. After a long and hot summer, people celebrate the monsoon in India like a festival. Your inner wanderer will get reawakened by the monsoon, and you will become a pluviophile. Discovering India’s numerous beautiful sites during the monsoon is an unforgettable experience. People in India wait for the monsoon to travel. Some individuals get ready for monsoon hikes, some visit picturesque hill stations, and others look forward to visiting breathtaking beaches. Below we have mentioned some interesting places to visit India tours during the monsoon in India.

  • Flower Valley

The Valley of Flowers is a paradise of Himalayan flora and wildlife, framed by the towering Zanskar peaks on one side and the western and eastern Himalayas on the other. Located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, the Valley of Flowers covers an area of around 87 square kilometers. It was designated as a national park in 1982 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005 to preserve the area’s unique flora and animals.

  • Kodaikanal

Kodaikanal is an excellent place to visit if you are looking for a relaxing getaway that will leave you with lasting memories and a refreshed mind. Kodaikanal is one of the most beautiful locations in South India, with its mysterious valleys, rolling hills, mesmerizing panoramas from the overlooks, and the perfume of newly harvested coffee leaves. Kodaikanal Lake is a man-made star-shaped structure set amongst evergreen trees. It is the focal point of this hill station.

  • Munnar

Munnar is a perfect destination to enjoy a rejuvenating monsoon vacation. Munnar attracts numerous tourists to this place because of its verdant tea plantations and winding roads through the hills, glistening waterfalls, and exclusive variety of flora and animals. The picturesque hill station of Munnar is in Kerala’s Idukki district at an altitude of around 1,585 meters. Munnar is also south India’s biggest tea-growing area, which becomes even more beautiful when the rains arrive.

  • Athirapally

Athirapally, in the Thrissur District of Kerala, is known as “the waterfall kingdom.” The waterfall is a portion of the Chalakudy River, and its height is around 25 meters. Monsoon season is ideal for a visit since the waterfalls are at their most spectacular then. In particular, the Athirapally Waterfalls resemble Niagara Falls during the rainy season. When the monsoon arrives, you can also enjoy the best views of other waterfalls in Athirapally, such as Vazhachal and Charpa.

  • Coorg

Madikeri, a rural region of Karnataka, is where you will find Coorg, the well-known hill station in Southern India. Coorg combines the best of nature, history, and luxury, from breathtaking landscapes to delicious cuisine. Coorg, often referred to as the “Scotland of India,” is especially beautiful after a monsoon rainstorm. During this season, the hills transform into a verdant wonderland, perfect for hikers and other tourists interested in seeing the highlands in a new light.

Final words

So, this is a brief guide on the best tours in India and organizing a trip to India during the monsoon season. Remember that safety should be your first consideration while arranging a vacation during the rainy season. Pick any of the above places and start your journey with your loved one or solo.



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