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10 Breathtaking monsoon destinations in India with boutique travel agency India- Nomaday travel ( North India private tour and South India private tour )

Listen to the rhythm is the falling rain…

There are four seasons in Asiatic countries: Winter, Autumn, Spring and Summer that is, from July to October, a large region extending from India to Southeast Asia experiences monsoon. Monsoon is the time when the rainy season is at its fullest…Monsoon destinations in India are unlimited, let’s discover it together!

Monsoon in India is one of the best seasons; enjoy a perfect monsoon evening in India with hot pakora-“deep fried vegetable” and chai-“tea made by boiling tea leaves with milk and sugar.

There are so many places in India which are specially crafted to be visited in the rainy season. So apart from indulging in your pokora and chai you can also go for trekking and nature walks. Why not to discover Kerala’s backwaters ( backwater tours in Kerala ) or Himalayas??? Boutique travel agency India will advice on each itinerary ( North india private tour and South India private tour )!

Munnar, Kerala

Munnar is gorgeous in all the seasons but in monsoons, its beauty touches heights. It is situated 1600 above sea level, discovered by British as their summer vacation spot. Sprawling with beautiful tea gardens, Munnar seems straight out of a picture book. Rain makes the weather more refreshing than usual and Munnar becomes cooler than rest of the places in South India. The whole place has a mystical charm as the waterfalls and reservoirs are brimming with fresh rain water. According to experts during monsoon, it is said that Ayurveda therapies that you find in Munnar will benefit you more.

“Usually, in Munnar, it is very difficult to get a hotel because it is a highly loved tourist area, but July and August are not a tourist season, so you can get any hotel of your choice without a problem”

 

Almora,Uttrakhand

If you are not a fan of crowded tourist places, then Almora is a perfect place for you. This untouched hill station is a small package of wonder. A walk to the Circuit house during this monsoon season is enough to make you fall in love with the nature. This place is so hypnotizing that even Swami Vivekananda , the Indian Hindu monk, a chief disciple of the 19th-century Indian mystic Ramakrishna, fell in love with this pristine and heavenly beautiful place.

Temples like Ktarmal and Jageshwar are situated here which will full- fill your spiritual aspirations as well!!

“Almora is more eye-catching and striking in monsoon as it receives the perfect amount of rainfall neither too much nor too less. Most of monsoon destinations in India are in Himalayas. Boutique travel agency India knows very well where to go during the rainy season :)”

 

Udaipur,Rajasthan

The Venice of India, it is known as the most romantic city in India because of its folk music, art, history and of course many romantic Bollywood movies which have been shot here. Famous for its pristine lakes and lavish palaces it is hundred times more astonishing during a monsoon time. Imagine you are on a boat in Lake Pichola and rain gently drops on you, refreshing winds make your heart flutter, isn’t romantic?

Udaipur was also voted as the best city in the world in an online poll by Travel + Leisure magazine in 2009, so relive the life of a Rajput prince and enjoy the rich culture and heritage of Udaipur. North india private tour is for those who love culture and history.

“Udaipur is best during monsoon as it will save you from the usual hot climate of Rajasthan”

 

Goa

I can give you more than thousand reasons why you should visit Goa during monsoons. So here let me start first – the trip will be very CHEAP!! From the air tickets to hotel prices, everything will cost you half the prices than usual.

Goa is less crowded to trek, to party or to enjoy a walk on the beach. Everything is so relaxing and peaceful that you wouldn’t want to leave this place ever!!

Agonda Beach, Mandrem Beach, Candolim Beach and Cavelossim Beach are some of the amazing beaches you wouldn’t want to miss, while you are there.

“The greenery, the scenery, the parties, the shopping everything is better in Goa during monsoons”

 

Athirapally Falls,Kerala

Your search for the best waterfalls in India is incomplete without visiting Athirapally Falls. Truly majestic waterfalls are best in rains as the waterfall is filled with huge amount of rain water making it more beautiful. Known as the Niagra falls of India you can even see monkeys bathing in the waterfalls. Athirappally Falls is about 80 feet high and located in the forest area. The Athirapally Falls join the Chalakkudy River , there is a narrow path leading to the bottom of the waterfall, which will give you a clear glimpse of the view. While you are there you should be little careful as the rocks there are little slippery.

“Waterfalls are full of water during a MONSOON”

Bhimtal, Uttrakhand

Everybody must have heard about Nainital but Bhimtal is the mini version of it which is less crowded and much more peaceful. It is brimming with beautiful hotels, lakes and landscapes. During monsoons, you can go for hikes and long drives, visit cultural and folk arts, enjoy a picnic near the Bhimtal Lake.

“Take a boat ride and enjoy the Bhimtal lake”

 

Chamba Himachal Pradesh

There is so much to do in Chamba. From trekking to trying out adventure sports- the list is endless. The whole district caters to all kind of travellers. Whether they are looking for adventure or just relaxation, this place is best of both worlds. The Dyankund trek is so exquisite during a monsoon that it will be hard for your eyes to believe that such a beautiful place exists. The Panchpula Waterfalls are even more refreshing during monsoons. You can get a great deal in resorts and hotels during this season.

“Traffic jams are very rare during monsoons as the place is less crowded and you can enjoy your nature walk without any disturbance. Boutique travel agency India will let you know where to find the peace in the nature…Enjoy your !orth India private tour!”

Allepey

Explore this place with lake cruises and life in the houseboat- a divine experience for travelers! The rivers during rainy season make Allepey one of the hotspot destinations during monsoons. Just imagine the enchanting river with lush greenery and coconut grooves in the background like in a Bollywood movie!

Houseboats were earlier used to transport goods but after coming of roads ? the use of houseboats deceased. Now they have become a major tourist attraction. The boat cruise also lets you discover amazing things like toddy tapping, fishing for small fry, Coir-making, prawn farming etc. which are carried on in Allepey over the years.

“Rainy season is the best season to enjoy Houseboat cruise and backwaters of Allepey as the nature is very green and fresh. Backwater tours in Kerala are just amazing. We invite you to discover local villages and untouched nature.”

 

Kashmir

The best time to visit Kashmir is May to September, that is when Kashmir experiences monsoon as well like rest of the India. It looks astonishingly beautiful as Kashmir is full of lakes and river because of that mist covers the atmosphere and a thick layer of fog covers the whole sky. Kashmir looks so charismatic with orchids and other amazing flowers blooming everywhere. The gushing lakes and enchanting forests looks exceptionally gorgeous during this season. The whole valley looks like a painting.

“During monsoon you can enjoy festivals like Shikhara Festival – the festival is marked by riding the Shikaras, the traditional boats of Kashmir. You can also take part in Apple festival where you can enjoy the famous Kashmir apples. “

Ladakh

To get the best of it, it is advisable to visit Ladakh during a monsoon season. If you are seeking for adventure and thrill then travel there in July to September. Things to do in the monsoon in Ladakh include trekking in the Markha and Nubra valleys, white water rafting on Zanskar river, paragliding…

You can witness the Hemis festival and enjoy the mask dances and rhythmic music which happen every year during the months of July to September.

“Don’t forget to carry your waterproof jackets and trekking gears!!”

 

Monsoon getaways are making a niche trend for itself. So what you are waiting for, do not be afraid of rain, plan your tailored trip with boutique tour organizer Nomaday travel and enjoy the monsoon! Discover  best monsoon destinations in India with boutique travel agency India!!!

 

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