Places to visit in the month of june and july
This year, the temperature has broken records in Delhi and nearby states. Hitting the minimum temperature of 45 degree, the heat has made people fall sick. Everyone wants to travel away for a while in some places where they can beat the heat. The unbearable temperature in Delhi is making people annoyed and agitated. Delhi has recently recorded all-time highest temperature at 48 Degree Celsius. So why don’t I suggest you a few places to visit at this time?
Here are the top 5 places to visit in the month of June-July.
1. Manali, Himachal Pradesh
Undoubtedly, one of the most famous hill-stations in India. This hill station is one of the best places to visit in the month of June. Rohtang pass is also the highlight of this station. You can do rafting, skiing, camping and trekking. Featured in ‘Yeh Jawani hai diwani’ film too.
Temperature- 10°C – 25°C
2. Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
Shimla is the hill station that you can head to enjoy a spectacular vacation with family
One of the beautiful hill stations. It is surrounded by beautiful mountains and the place looks best in the night.
3. Coorg, Karnataka
Experience the nature here. The place is covered with greenery. A peaceful place to visit with your family and friends. The place looks so serene in the night. The waterfall and winding paths at the place make it one perfect destination for a holiday.
Temperature : 20 °C
4. Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh
Dalhousie is a small yet a beautiful place. A hill station made during the British Era. It has some dense forest and more amazing trails. The place comes under the category of ‘beat the heat.’
5. Darjelling, West Bengal.
The hill station of West Bengal, Darjeeling was the summer capital of India during British Raj. Now the place is adorned with flourishing tea estates, which lend this wonderful little place beauty as well as business.
Temperature: 11°C to 19°C
These are the top 5 places to visit if you are looking to beat the heat. Travel the most coolest places in budget and feel the cool breeze in summers.