In India, the Monsoon period starts from June End to Mid-September and this season not only bring smiles to farmer’s faces, but also for the adventurous souls who always ready to explore the new places. Only adventurous and nature lover travelers step out in Monsoon to enjoy the true face of nature. Here is the list of the places you should visit in Monsoon.
Udaipur is famous for their lakes and some of the famous lakes are Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake, Swaroop Sagar, Dudh Talai and Udai Sagar.
Udaipur is a lovely destination for Tourist, painters, photographers and newly married couple. Udaipur is a club of Lakes, Hills, Gardens, Fountains, Monuments, museums and colorful fairs and festivals.
The Best time to visit Udaipur is Mid-end Monsoon when all the hills around Udaipur wear a green coat with white cloud hats and lakes undulate due to fresh water. Monsoon not only reveals the real beauty of Udaipur but also open many nearby spots where you can live the life with nature.
Munnar is a small hill station in the Kerala, located in the Western Ghats range of Mountains. Munnar will attract the people who love wildlife, adventure enthusiasts, nature lover and tea plantations. The great valleys, streams, and cliffs will fill your heart and mind with peace.
If you live in Maharashtra then Lonavala is a good place to spend your time, especially in Monsoon where the Western Ghats covered with greenery and clouds and you’ll see many waterfalls in Monsoon. I recommend you to explore the Lonavala by trekking or bicycle. Mahabaleshwar is another destination you should visit during Monsoon days.
Wayanad is located is located in the northeast of Kerala, the Gods own country. If you’re searching for a decent place to spend your time in Monsoon then Wayanad is a good place for nature and Wildlife lovers. Here you can find Park that will challenge mountainers, Waterfalls, Banasura Sagar Dam, which considered being largest earth dam in India, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is known for elephant, Leopard, Guar, Sambar, Cheeta, barking deer and tigers. Don’t forget to visit Sunrise Valley where you can witness both sun rising and sunset, also a very decent place for panorama photo lovers.
There is not one place I can name where you should visit. I believe the entire state should be visited if you’re planning a monsoon trip.
Meghalaya is also known as a Wettest Place on the Earth because it attracts heavy rainfall. You can enjoy the beautiful view of many waterfalls here. Also, if you love Hiking/Trekking than this place should be on the bucket list. Some of the best Trekking Routes are: Living Root Bridge, Kyllang Rock, David Scott Trail, Sohpet-bneng.
Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu
Kodaikanal is one of the finest hill stations on the Western Ghats in Tamil Nadu state. Here you can do Boating, visit the many parks, Suicide Point, Caves, forest, and waterfalls. Monsoons are not considered as a peak season so you can enjoy the beauty with less crowd.
Kodaikanal is also known as the Princes of Hill Stations!
Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand
This is another beautiful state in the northern side of India where you can witness the picturesque treks of the Himalayas. There is also A World Heritage Site, Valley of Flowers National Park, which is known for alpini flowers and other variety of flora. The Valley of Flowers opens from June till September.
Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir
The high rated destination for adventure lovers, bikers, and trekkers. The Ladakh means ‘Land of High Passes’. Ladakh offers some tough challenge for bike riders, here you’ll find highest motorable roads and this is a trip is not for inexperienced riders. You’ll face high altitude, low oxygen.