The Magical Monsoon places around the country comes alive during the monsoon season in India with numerous waterfalls,Lakes, mist,lust green tress and carpet of greenery. These monsoon getaways are listed as some of the must explore monsoon destination in India and known for amazing natural attractions.
Leh-Ladakh kingdom is one of the must visit place in India during the monsoon season,it offers breathtaking pictures and true colour of natures. Its one of the dream destination of adventures travellers and most famous for its beautiful Pangong Tso lake,high mountain passes and MotorBike roads.
The Lahaul-Spiti valleys are blessed with nature and offers many popular adventures sports and activities such as Skiing, Yak safari Himalaya trekking and the exotic wildlife trails. Lahaul and Spiti open for tourist only between the months of June to October, it offers natural scenery, Mountain peaks and Buddhist monasteries.
The holy place is situated at the confluence of the Alaknanda and Lakshman Ganga rivers. Govindghat is the starting point for trekking to Hemkund Sahib and the most beautiful Valley of Flowers in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. Valley of Flowers is one of the 20 must see places in India and best to visit during the monsoon to see the carpet of flowers all around.
The hill city in nested the Sahyadri mountain range of Western Ghats in the state of Maharashtra. Mahabaleshwar is a popular hill station, receives heavy monsoon rainfall and always covered with heavy mist. This region is listed as one of the few evergreen forests of India and well famous for its Points, Venna lake and Strawberries and Mulberries.
The land of Sun, Sand and Sea offers refreshment and romance with the monsoon season, Magic of the monsoons is a completely different experience in Goa, deserted beaches,heavy rain and greenery all around.
Chikmagalur is one of the most famous coffee land in the state of Karnataka, located in the foothills of Mullayanagiri range. Chikmagalur receiving heavy rain during the monsoon and offers one of the best view of green coffee land,Hebbe falls and Mullayanagiri peak,the highest peak in Karnataka.
The popular hill station of Palakkad in Kerala is surrounded by tea and coffee plantations and known for its excellent weather conditions. During the rainy season, road to Nelliampathi offers many waterfalls, breathtaking sight of Pothundy dam from the height and wild animals like monkey and deer.
The Indian union territory of Puducherry is one of the youngest travel destination in India, known for its beaches, Monuments,buildings, temples and Church. Pondicherry is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South India and one of the best place to enjoy monsoon in India.
The beautiful Araku Valley is one of the most important tourist destinations known as pleasant hill station which is also famous for its scenic gardens with lush green nature and coffee plantation. Araku Valley receives moderate rain falls during the monsoon season of June–October,valley is surrounded by mountains like Galikonda,Raktakonda and Galikonda.
Chandipur on sea is located at Baleswar District of Odisha, Chandipur beach is unique due to water recedes during the ebb tide. Chandipur receives heavy rain fall during monsoon and offers major attractions in and around.
The most popular tourist destination is located in the Mahabharat Range or Lesser Himalaya in the state of West Bengal. Darjeeling is one of the most beautiful gateway of the North Eastern Indian States and famous for its Valley of tea estate and and the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Cherrapunji is the second wettest place on the Earth, Mawsynram being the first and one of the place in India to receive rain throughout the year. The Khasi hills of Meghalaya is one of the main factor of heaviest rainfall along with the other orographic features. East Khasi Hills district receives highest rainfall and have many tallest waterfalls such as Nohkalikai falls,Kynrem Falls and Nohsngithiang Falls. Cherrapunji is also famous for its living root bridges, one of the seven natural attraction in India.