If you love monsoon in India and wish to spend it in one of the most sought-after holiday destinations, here are some that you may consider. Each of these is exceptionally beautiful and indeed leaves you with some everlasting experiences.
India amid monsoon is pretty amazing. After the long summer that have pretty much burned everything with its extreme heat and hot waves, the monsoon seems to bring heaven in the country. The entire nation gets drenched by the rainfall, moderate at some places and heavy in others. Many also take the opportunity to head to their favourite holiday destination and spend their vacation getting wet in the rain and enjoying the greenery, which just bathed in the downpours. Although it is not the monsoon season in the country at the moment and in fact it is summer, but it is ideal to talk about it, because it is what that follows. So, here are some of the best places to be in the country amid monsoon season:
Kerala, called “God’s Own Country”, is a standout amongst the most well known travel destinations on the planet. Its backwaters on the western side of the state, are among the best traveller destinations in India, and are likewise awesome amid the rainstorm. In any case, though the coast is a year-round visitor hotspot, drawing in voyagers from both inside of India and abroad, Kerala’s hilly eastern side truly wakes up in the downpour.
The eastern region of Kerala, which incorporates untamed life rich locales, for example, the Periyar National Park, is spotted with different tea estates. Munnar is ostensibly the best known, and is a prominent getaway. Tea estates can be visited with an aide, and the procedure of assembling tea can be comprehended in more noteworthy point of interest. The untainted environs additionally add to the appeal of the town. It is additionally entirely near other south Indian traveller hotspots, for example, the Periyar National Park and Anaimalai Hills.
In the Western Ghats lies this beautiful little town called Matheran, serving as a prominent weekend getaway from Mumbai and Pune―the two noteworthy urban areas in Maharashtra. The town sits right between the two, and is one of only a handful few hill stations on the western face of the Western Ghats that are ideal for a visit in all seasons of a year.
The prime highlight of Matheran is a straightforward retreat to nature, and its excellent environment. It is an eco-sensitive area, and, in spite of depending on modern traffic for its business sustenance, it is the only town in the entire Asian continent that is free from all motor vehicles; the main bus stand is a couple of kilometres away from the border of the town, and you can walk or hire a horse cart to cover to reach the bus stand. Additionally, while you are here, you may also visit Mumbai and Pune, both are well connected with Matheran via excellent and lovely roads. If you are flying from a far away city, it is ideal to reach Pune first and take a bus or taxi to the hill town. There is multiple Bangalore to Pune flights as well as flights from Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, etc.
Valley of Flowers
The valley of flowers, which is situated in western Uttarakhand and a national park, generate huge amount of tourist interest. It is popular for its snow capped glades and the large assortment of flowers. Subsequent to freezing around an April month, the valley begins to sprout with endemic verdure. The valley is at its best amid August-September that is at the peak monsoon season in the rest of the country. One can trek to the valley that starts from Joshimath, which can be accessed via roads from Delhi or Dehradun.