Mind-blowing Places To Visit This Monsoon Season

As a nature lover, Monsoon in India is my favorite season to plan a perfect getaway in. It makes you fall in love with our Mother Nature. The Mountains, exotic valleys, lush green hills, and amazing waterfalls can leave you mesmerized. Moreover, watching peacock dancing in the very first rain also drives you crazy. Rain lovers, what are you waiting for? Since monsoon season is about to come, head to these mind-blowing destinations mentioned below. 


Coorg, Karnataka

Temperature: remains above 13℃

Best time to visit: June to September

Coorg, popularly known as Kodagu, is a beautiful monsoon destination to explore. Well-known for lush green forests cover, flora and fauna, coffee plantation, and beautiful scenery, Coorg is a perfect place for greenery lovers. It is 5 hours away from Banglore via road if planning for a road trip. Moreover, Mysore, Mangalore, and Hassan are the nearest stations to reach Coorg. 


Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

Temperature: Ranges between 20℃ to 30℃

Best time to visit: July to August

Offering pleasant weather,  Kodaikanal is one of the best places to visit during the monsoon season. It is a small hill station in Tamil Nadu, which is 465 km away from Banglore. The main attractions here are nature walks, trekking, and boating. Furthermore, after rain, the scene of waterfalls looks charming and worth seeing. Madurai is the nearest airport located 120 km from Kodaikanal.


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Shillong, Meghalaya

Temperature: Ranges between 12℃ to 16℃

Best time to visit: July to September

Located in the northeastern part of India, Shillong is the hill station that experiences heavy rainfall during the monsoon season. It is surrounded by the rolling valleys of Khasi and Jayanti Hills, which reminds the British of Scotland. Elephant Falls and Spread Eagle Falls both make the remarkable sight during the raining season.


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Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Temperature: ranges from 13℃ to 27℃

Best time to visit: July to September

A cold desert mountain valley, located in the Himalayas is also known as ‘Little Tibet’. It is one of the most beautiful destinations to plan a getaway for this monsoon season. Here, you can enjoy doing camping and wildlife viewing. Spiti valley and the nearby towns are the least populated regions in India. Shimla is the nearest railway station, and Kullu is the nearest airport.


Darjeeling, West Bengal

Temperature: Ranges between 13℃ to 19℃

Best time to visit: June to August

Darjeeling is well-known for so many reasons other than Darjeeling tea. It is one of the UNESCO World heritage sites. Moreover, mesmerize the tourists with the views of Kangchenjunga, which is the world’s third-highest mountain. The queen of hills looks so serene, surrounded by trees and green forests. During monsoon season, the humidity level in Darjeeling remains at its highest. The nearest railway station here is in New Jalpaiguri.


Ranikhet, Uttarakhand

Temperature: Ranges between 5℃ to 20℃

Best time to visit: July to September

Situated in Uttarakhand, Ranikhet is a beautiful monsoon destination that recieves average to heavy rainfall. Blessed with most scenic views, it is covered with abundant greenery all around. Famous attractions you can visit here are Tarikhet, Gold Course, Haidakhan Temple, Binsar Mahadev, Sun Temple, and Bhalu Dam. 


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Munnar, Kerala

Temperature: Ranges between 19℃ to 35℃

Best time to visit: June to September

Munnar indeed feels real heaven on Earth. It must top the list of one’s favorite monsoon destinations in India. Munnar is the most crowd-free place you can easily explore. Hills covered with lush green foliage, green tea plantations, and romantic rain. The destination has its charm to make your vacation unforgettable.


Mount Abu, Rajasthan

Temperature: Ranges between 17℃ to 24℃

Best time to visit: July to September

Mount Abu can be visited at any time of the year. It offers pleasant weather throughout the year. Situated in Rajasthan, Mount receives less rainfall and an ideal destination for nature lovers and couples. Also, you can indulge yourself in activities like hiking, nature walk, bird watching, and boating on the Nakki Lake.


Wayanad, Kerala

Temperature: Ranges between 27℃ to 38℃

Best time to visit: July to September

A hill town blessed with picturesque beauty, waterfalls, wildlife, and much more. It receives heavy rainfall during the monsoon season. Furthermore, enjoy trekking and mountain expeditions here. Karipur International airport is the nearest airport at Kozhikode(100 Km), and Kozhikode railway station is the closest train connection.


Pushkar, Rajasthan

Temperature: Ranges between 25℃ to 35℃

Best time to visit: July to September

Monsoon season knocks the door of this town starting from July till the end of September. explore the soothing part of Rajasthan during this season. Pushkar witnesses the average rainfall round the year. It has many temples and ghats to visit. Moreover, camel safari, hot air ballooning, jeep safari, hiking, and shopping are some of the things to do.

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