If you had been waiting for the monsoons to get some holidays and plan some trips with your friends, don’t worry, we have your back, here are some less travelled places we are sure you will have great fun exploring. So pack your bags and just get ready for some real life adventures.
1. Munnar, Kerala
Mist filled tea gardens, along with spice plantations and dewdrops falling from the leaves,Munnar in monsoon, is nothing less than a nature lover’s paradise. The high, mist covered mountains and the revitalizing rain are a joy to the soul. Some quite time amongst mountains and rain is what Munnar has to offer, along with off season rates. So, use your Cleartrip coupons and set out for this abode.
2. Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya
Probably the place getting the 2nd highest rainfall in the world, rainfall here is common, throughout the year. If rain is something, very close to your heart, then this is the very place you must travel to. Covered with vast stretches of landscape and hills, Cherrapunjee makes for a brilliant monsoon trekking trip. The Meghalaya tea and the orange flower honey are a must try if you come here.
3. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu
A very popular hill station in Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal is a place that receives moderate rainfall. The clouds and the sun play hide and seek with the mountains if you come here during the monsoon. The place is pleasant to spend some quite days at, and the valleys and mountains and the rains will keep you occupied. Also, the monsoons are the only time when you will get to witness several waterfalls in this area.
4. Lahaul – Spiti, Himachal Pradesh
The Valleys of Lahaul- Spiti are a place where nature has bloomed to its fullest. Sparse populated, this place offers solitude to those who seek it.There are quite a few adventurous activities likeskiing, Yak Safari and amazing wildlife trails. Beautiful monasteries that demand a visit along with unique shrines are spread throughout the region. Leh-Spitiis not accessible during the winters for since the Manali-Leh route is closed and the other one from Shimla throughKinnaur also faces a lot of disturbances owing to the landslides and heavy snowfall.
5. Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Rains come and go, in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, but if it is sunny, you can visit the Beladaru beach at the Batarang Island. While it rains, indoor activities many, to keep you busy. Other places here are Radhanagar, dolphin resort, Cellular jail and Phoenix Bay Jetty the last of which is a sight during the rains. August, being off-season period in Andamans, makes it a great time to visit the amazing islands at dirt cheap prices.
6. Bikaner, Rajasthan
Slight rains make the climate in Bikaner bearable, compared to the otherwise hot weather. Rain drenched magnanimous palaces of Junagarh, Lallgarh, Gajner, the famous Jain Temple as well as the Karni Mata Temple. Shopping at the roadside stalls for jewellery and trinkets is a must for those who have the right bargaining skills.
7. Mussoorie, Uttarakhand
In the foothills of Garhwal Himalayan ranges, Mussoorie is a pretty scene during August. Driving from Dehradun to Mussoorie is breath-taking, and the undulating hills as well as the spectacular view of the Himalayas, make for the most splendid ambience. Waterfalls like Batthaand Kempty are worth your visitand so is Naga Devta Temple and some beautiful churches in the city.
8. Coorg, Karnataka
Not that you are hearing this for the first time, but Coorg, a popular hill station in the Kodagu district of Karnataka, known as the Scotland of India, due to its picturesque hilly setting, changes to a lush green paradise during the monsoon. The weather is pleasant and cool and a great time to use up those Ixigo Coupons. River rafting is something you will enjoy, if you are visiting with your friends.
9. Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu
The southern-most tip of the country, Kanyakumari is an essential part of almost every trip to Southern India. With water, on three sides, weather here is cool and pleasant- usual seaside climate. The first place in the country, to receive the monsoon showers, experiencing the monsoon at this place should be amazing. Good discounts on hotels and food is a high possibility, with monsoons being the off season here.
10. Pahalgam, Jammu and Kashmir
A famous hill station, in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, which is more picturesque than many foreign locations, located at the confluence of streams from Sheshnag Lake and Lidder river
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