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Best Monsoon Destinations In India

It’s monsoon season! There’s no better time to travel the length and breadth of India than now!

Monsoon is the season when flowers bloom, mountains turn a rich green, and waterfalls become magnificent. In seconds, a large part of the country becomes a magical paradise. Here is a list of the top monsoon destinations that you would love to visit.

Lonavala, Maharashtra

Although it is a clichéd tourist destination, it is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the monsoon. Lonavala is a sight to behold in the rains, surrounded by mist, rain clouds, and lush greenery. It is the perfect cure for stressed eyes and minds.

Malshej Ghat, Maharashtra

Malshej Ghat, at 700m above sea level, is a fascinating destination for monsoons in the Western Ghats due to its incredible beauty. It is known for its stunning waterfalls, beautiful lakes, charming mountains, and rich flora. Malshej Ghat’s unique feature is its large flock of pink-legged migratory flamingos, which fly in from Siberia.

Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

Kodaikanal, a paradise for nature lovers, is a dream come true place during the monsoons. Kodaikanal is the ideal monsoon getaway with its lush greenery and the wonderful scent of mist-covered hills, rain-drenched soil, and verdant landscapes.

Goa

During the monsoons, Goa is a stunning destination. Enjoying delicious seafood, sipping a cup of tea or any other beverage you want, and then riding along the winding roads of the state – it’s pure bliss! Monsoon is also a low season for tourists, so you will always get great deals and offers.

Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg, one of the most breathtaking places in South India during monsoons, is an attractive place to visit. Its stunning landscapes and coffee plantations make it a magical place in the rains. No wonder it is called the ‘Scotland of India’.

Bundi, Rajasthan

You would be wrong to think Rajasthan has only deserts. Bundi is located 3 hours from Jaipur and flanked by Aravallis. It’s one of Rajasthan’s most popular tourist spots. Bundi, which takes on the appearance of a stunning green outfit when it rains, has a remarkable appeal.

Shillong, Meghalaya

Did you know that Meghalaya literally means “Abode of the Clouds”? That’s what you’ll find in this beautiful paradise. Shillong is surrounded by the picturesque valleys of Jayanti and Khasi hills. Waterfalls and living root bridges adorn these hills.

Pondicherry

Although Pondicherry is a great place to visit all year, the romantic French colony gets a touch of romance in the wet months from August to December. You can enjoy the beautiful skyline and clouds as well as the charming European-style villas. It is the ideal time to take your

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