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      Monsoon

      If summer in Rajasthan means scorching heat and dry weather, monsoons are the spell of rejuvenation, festivity, and happiness in the desert state. The extraordinary places to visit in Rajasthan in monsoon are the living proof of how mesmerizing the rainy season is in the western part of the country. Read more

      Darjeeling is a beautiful hill town in the state of West Bengal. The lofty snow covered peaks of the Himalayas overlook this dainty town as it relaxes in the foothills of the Himalayas. The slopes of Darjeeling in monsoon are covered in the lush tea gardens, attracting visitors from far and near. The oaks, birches, maples, chestnuts, and rhododendrons add to the immense beauty of Darjeeling. Read more

      The moment you think about the best places to visit in Kerala in August, Alleppey, Thekkady, and Wayanad are some of the top places that come to your mind. And why wouldn’t they? The lush greenery with spectacular hills dotted around them against the beautiful blue sky during monsoon is what makes Kerala the true beauty that it is! But this time, Read more

      The arrival of monsoon in Karnataka turns it into a magical place. While the Western Ghats display their alluring charm, the coastal regions near the Arabian Sea become all the more picturesque when the first drops of rain hit the ground. Read more

      The lush green valleys, magnificent waterfalls and the picturesque lakes creates the scenic picture of Munnar. Holding the epitome of nature’s beauty, this beautiful town in South India is one of the favourite travel destinations among the travelers who loves to spend a week amidst the serenity of nature. Read more

      Time to break another myth! Let’s talk about Goa beyond its sunny self: True, it’s one of the coolest beach destination in the world and it’s just awesome to get tanned at Baga and Candolim. But have you ever considered visiting Goa in Monsoon? No? Well, then you should. Read more

      Adorned with patches of green tea plantations and aromatic spice plantations, Coorg is one of the most popular hill stations in South India. Read more

      While there are some other incredible places in India to chase monsoon but Kerala beats them all. So, its time you plan a Kerala trip in monsoon to witness some of the most beautiful sights and to feel the most fascinating weather while in the God’s Own Country. Read more

      Does visiting Mount Abu in monsoon sound like a bad idea to you? Well, believe us it actually isn’t. Being the only hill-station in the deserted land of Rajasthan, Mount Abu is like a privileged child of its parent state, which never disappoints. So, even when the rain pours, the town continues to offer the mesmerizing views of the mountains, Read more

      Lush outdoors, gloomy yet mischievous sky, and freshness all around - these are some of the offerings from monsoon for every wanderer. It's one of those lovely times when surroundings take all your worries away and you are reduced to a mute spectator, basking in the glory of the moment. Traveling in the monsoon season in India is so much fun! While nature looks fabulous and places are at their vibrant best, there are a lot of additional things that one must take cognizance of. Read more

      Nainital, the jewel of Uttarakhand located in the Kumaon region of the state, is often called the ‘Queen of Lakes’, and for good reason! One can find seven lakes in and around Nainital that draw travelers from far and wide. Though it is one of those hill stations that one can visit year-round, Nainital in monsoon is all the more lively! Read more

      Taking a break during the monsoons in not everyone’s cup of tea, but for those who do, North India offers just the right kind of delights in abundance. Read more

      The summer heat dies down and the petrichor mingles with the air in the month of August, which brings relief to the travelers who’re on their journey to relish Read more

      From Bombay to Mumbai, the name might have changed, but what hasn’t changed is the everlasting beauty of this city when it rains. Thanks to ‘Wake Up Sid’ and a zillion other Bollywood movies for capturing the true spirit of the monsoon in Mumbai. Read more

      Blessed are those who savor the best of nature, sip in the moist wind ladened with earthy fragrance, while tapping their feet to the rhythm of raindrops; while losing themselves in the wild! If the Western Ghats is on your bucket list for the upcoming rainy season then I have suggestions of some top-notch places to visit in monsoon in Maharashtra. Read more

      Monsoon in Maharashtra is not always about waterlogging, flood and traffic jams. Places near Mumbai and Pune have some of the marvelous spots with green hills, lush forests, flowing springs and glinting waterfalls making for the best experience of trekking in Maharashtra. Read more

      As the sky pours down little drops of joy and washes down the dust and grime, you know monsoon is here reviving everything to life, and that just makes a trip to these places to visit near Delhi in monsoon super essential! Read more

      India has plenty in store for the bikers at heart, with some of the best roads designed for thrilling road trips. And the cherry on the cake for these road trips are the monsoons, which totally change the landscapes. Painting them greener, filling with hovering misty clouds, they transform the mountains, waterfalls and pristine valleys to picturesque paradise. Read more