Best places to visit during monsoon

If you are willing to experience this season to another level here are some wonderful places to get the best out of this season.

After scorching summers, soothing monsoon season is slowly advancing into the country. Monsoon has already arrived in Kerala around June 8 and it is expected to cover half of India by mid-june. Though weather experts suggest that monsoon has got delayed a bit this time but you should not delay your preparation to enjoy this dream season to the fullest.

If you are willing to experience this season to another level here are some wonderful places to get the best out of this season.




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God’s own land becomes more beautiful during the monsoon season as the wonderful state gets drenched in rain. With several glorious destinations, and one of its top experiences is the houseboat on the backwaters experience. Kerala also has hill destinations such as Munnar and visiting such place during monsoon gives you





The home of clouds, Meghalaya, is known for its beauty, and most specifically for Cherrapunji, which once used to be the wettest place on earth. Cherrapunji is located on East Khasi Hills, but you have to visit other parts of Meghalaya as well, especially Shillong. Interestingly, the place that currently holds the title of being the wettest place on earth is only 15 km away from Cherrapunji, it is known as Mawsynram.




Maharashtra’s star attraction, Lonavala, is only about 106 km away from Mumbai. The city is known for its stunning resorts and wonderful surroundings. There are some famous old caves that you can visit during your time here at Lonavala. 



Sea beaches are wonderful during monsoon. Especially because you will find less tourist crowd and get everything at half the price.



Tamil Nadu’s picturesque hill station, Kodaikanal is an absolute beauty, and monsoon is the right time to explore it. It takes about 9 hours to reach Kodaikanal from Bengaluru by road. Its lake, virgin forests, and stunning topography will pull you in, and make you fall in love with the rains. Nothing better than staying indoors and watching the rain as it pours down on far away hills.


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