Top 5 Breathtaking Places During Monsoon Season to Visit in India

It is an undeniable fact that monsoon season in India can give you an unbelievable experience as the outlandish areas often leave you hypnotized with their beauty and magnificence. During monsoons, which sweep across the country from July to September, the mountains and slopes get covered with greenery, the rivers get flooded with shivering water, and the cascading waterfalls look splendid. In other words, the arrival of abundant tiny droplets spells a magical touch of freshness all around Mother Nature. 

Locals enjoy this stormy weather as it offers mesmerizing scenes and cools them down from the intense Indian summers. They even enjoy standing beneath these showering waters. There are many incredible places to visit in India, but there are a few places in India where the spectacle of monsoon season is simply breathtaking.

Top 5 Breathtaking Places to Visit in India during Monsoon Season:


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If you are someone who loves rain and lives in or you’re visiting the state of Maharashtra, then Lonavala is undoubtedly an ideal place to go during monsoons. The exotic lush green environment perfectly complements the waterfalls and offers the visitors an amazing experience when the Godly sprinkles drop on Earth. So plan a short trip to this quaint hill station and experience the beauty of Mother Nature.

There are lots to see and do in Lonavala including waterfalls, tree-lined parks, lakes, camping, and caves.


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Located in Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal is a treat and a feast to the eyes of the visitors in Monsoon. Situated on the Palani hills of the Western Ghat, this place offers exuberant surroundings, which includes lakes and waterfalls. It also offers enchanting views of the Ghats and the hills. It is a must visit place due to the unmatched beauty and serenity.

Again, beautiful waterfalls, lakes, parks, and lakes encompass this hill town with plenty of areas to soak in the beauty. Hikers and bikers will also enjoy the 5k lake path.

The Valley of Flowers

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The Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand has a dazzling landscape, which comes alive during the monsoon season. This high altitude Himalayan valley has a lot to offer to the people that visit. The Valley of Flowers is also home to around 300 different varieties of alpine flowers, which appear like a gorgeous carpet of colours by the snowcapped mountain background.

Though the national park stays open from April to October, the best time to visit the park is in the months of July to August as the flowers are in full bloom after the initial monsoon showers.

Leh & Ladakh

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Situated near Indus valley in the state of Jammu and Kashmir at 3505 meters (11499 feet) above sea level, it is one of the most beautiful destinations in India. It is also surrounded by two of the world’s largest mountain ranges: the Kunlun mountain range and the main Great Himalayas. Leh and Ladakh are also home to some of India’s oldest and historic Buddhist monasteries like Shanti Stupa.

Tourists can visit the 800-year-old Kali Mandir which houses a fascinating collection of masks. The Leh Palace, built in Tibetan style is another major attraction to visit in Leh. To enjoy the amazing sunset views, don’t forget to visit the Thiksey Monastery. The best time to visit here is during the months of May and September as the weather is mostly pleasant and doesn’t experience rainfall.


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Shillong, located in Meghalaya (Northeast India) is a famous monsoon destination in India, popularly known as ‘Scotland of the East.’ The beauty of Shillong is not very well known to the rest of the world. But it is not wrong to say that Shillong is a perfect evocation of natural beauty.

This place experiences mild climate throughout the year and is surrounded by hills covered with alpine trees. When rain hits, the wind whispers in the forests and the land becomes rhythmically full of life. The cascading waterfalls will surely captivate your senses.

So if you are wondering to visit someplace this monsoon, then don’t forget to check out one of the above-listed destinations. These places are ideal to go with both friends and family and attract thousands of tourists every year. You will surely fall in love with the breeze of freshness that blows at these places and the appearance of the bright flora in Monsoon season.

Author’s Bio:
Lysha works at Lalco Residency – Luxury Service Apartments In Mumbai and she loves her job. Helping clients and monitoring the progress of business strategies along with her leadership skills make her perfect suit for Hospitality services. You can catch-up with Lysha at Lalco Residency in Mumbai.

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