Top Monsoon Destinations in India

Top Monsoon Destinations in India: I know you have been fed up with the hot summer season, don’t worry monsoon has entered here to cool us. This is good news for all of us; we have entered the rainy season which is loved by all. As we have many seasons in the whole year but the monsoon season is really pleasant to enjoy life. I hope you all have enjoyed the first raining day at your places and the most enjoyable moments that were.

Top Monsoon Destinations in India

If you are planning for a trip nowadays, I recommend you to go to monsoon destinations in India. There are many monsoon destinations in our country and they all are full of natural beauty and attractions. I am exploring a few top monsoon destinations of India to visit. Just take a look and decide where you would like to go.

Uttarakhand (North India) 

Uttarakhand is the heart of India in natural beauty. In monsoon season it becomes really pleasant and enjoyable. There are some points of interest which seem so charming such as Flowers valley, foggy clouds, waterfalls, green hills, etc.

Munnar 

Munnar is a town and hill station in Kerala. It is a very famous monsoon destination in India. The temperature ranges between 5 °C (41 °F) and 25 °C (77 °F) in winter and 15 °C (59 °F) and 25 °C (77 °F) in summer. Malayalam and English are the official languages of Munnar.

Coorg or Kodagu 

Coorg is an administrative district of Karnataka State of India. Coorg is a monsoon destination as well as a honeymoon destination in Karnataka. This beautiful cool place offers waterfalls, beautiful green hills, flowers valleys, and plants, etc. there are many points of interest at this travel destination. Kannada is the official language here.

Goa 

Goa is widely famous as a travel destination in India. It is one of the most visited travel cities in the country. If you plan to visit here this monsoon season really will get a unique experience. Waterfalls, green hills, and beaches are the main attractions here.

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Lonavala 

Lonavala is a town and hill station of Pune district of Maharashtra, India. This hill station is also a good monsoon destination for tourists. The good reason behind this destination is that it is very near to two popular cities Pune and Mumbai. It is just 64km away from Pune and about 90km away from Mumbai. You can enjoy waterfalls, hills, and valleys there but during the rainy season, it becomes more attractive and pleasant.

Leh Ladakh 

Leh Ladakh is the reason for Jammu and Kashmir and it is located in the middle of two mountains Kunlun and the Great Himalaya. Leh Ladakh is a very famous tourist place and this season you can plan for a trip there. There are many languages Ladakhi, Tibetan and Urdu, etc.

Alappuzha or Alleppey 

Alappuzha or Alleppey is a town and district of Kerala (Southern part of India). If you are planning for a south India trip Alleyppey may be a good monsoon destination for you.

Darjeeling 

Darjeeling is a monsoon destination in the West Bengal Indian state of India. Is it also one of the most visited tourist places in India. Darjeeling offers hills, a shower in the monsoon, and beautiful tea and coffee gardens.

Cherrapunji 

Cherrapunji is the town in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya. It is the rainiest place in India. Here you can enjoy all-time rain every month and the whole year. Living bridges of Cherrapunji are interesting and attractive as they are made of tree roots.

Shillong 

If you want to enjoy the mild climate, clean and fresh waterfalls, greenery, lying clouds, etc. Shillong is the best place to visit this monsoon. You can enjoy all-natural things there. Shillong is the famous city of Meghalaya.

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