10 Most Visited Monsoon Destinations in India

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1- Lonavala
Lonavala a favorite attraction for the Mumbaikars attains its zenith during the rainy season when the other hill stations in Maharashtra are abandoned. Lonavala tour packages is at its best during the monsoon season as the whole countryside turns green, lakes and ponds brimming with water, myriad waterfalls gushing down ravines, and mists enveloping the valley. it`s heavenly out there.

Shillong which receives heavy downpours during the monsoons is full of life. However, the rains here last longer than in the other parts of India, it is the time when Shillong is at its cleanest best. Cascading waterfalls, cheerful women, low-lying clouds, soothing winds, and lush green forests greet you. Cherrapunji, once the wettest place on Earth is some 37 km ahead of Shillong tour packages and is also worth a visit.

Munnar is around 600 km from Chennai and is the perfect destination to visit during the monsoons. When it rains Munnar`s beauty increases manifold and it gets cold even in the months of June, and July. Despite the rasurprisingly the roads are not all that bad. There is an added charm in enjoying the mist and fog all around and visiting the soggy sightseeing points like Mattupetty and Kundale.

A Irann of naturalness, greeneryand 100% pur where-a-aire Matheran is sliced out with striking scenes of nature’s paradisiacal beauty. Matheran spreads bountifully on 7.35 sq km of high altitude, 800 m above sea level. Thecleanestof all, Matheran owes much to its cardinal location, in close proximity to Mumbai and Pune. Overall, Matheran wears the distinguished title of India’s non-polluted hill home. The thick canopies of evergreen forests keep the hill station naturally cool. Long, cool walks under the shades of trees and scenic trails assure toxin-free air, rejuvenated mind, and a high spirit in Matheran. Although small in size, Matheran has 38 vantage points for sightseeing. Right from pony rides to walking the trails to escaping the points and so on, Matheran benevolently bestows all its secrets to its seekers. Maharashtra’s ecologically sensitive zone, Matheran is all about reconnoitering some rarefied chunks of natural visuals. Here are some that would sweep you off your feet

Tamhini is not at all a bad idea to visit during monsoon, especially for the residents of Mumbai and Pune. Tamhini Ghats, a picturesque place ensconced in the Western Ghats is just around 70 km from Pune. Huge crystal clear waterfalls, a variety of terrains, lush greenery, lakes, dense Jungles all combine to give a heavenly feeling. The road to Tamhini is also equally breathtaking surrounded by beautiful Sahyadri ranges.

6- Shoja
Just 69 kilometres from Kullu and 5 km from the Jalori Pass lies the breathtakingly beautiful yet undiscovered Shoja in Himachal Pradesh tour packages. It`s a great place to chase away the monsoon blues. Unending slopes of emerald forests, thickly wooded mountainsides, and snow-clad Himalayan ranges on the distant horizon- nature is at its best in this small hamlet located in the Seraj valley. Enjoy the walks here in the forests and meadows, just after a fresh drizzle.

7- Goa
One must land up in Goa in monsoons to see the wondrous workings of nature. With the Arabian Sea coastline on its west and the scenic Western Ghats on its east entire, Goa becomes resplendent with divine beauty. Though the Sea gets turbulent with unabated rain the lashing of strong winds and high waves is a rare experience. A great attraction is the Dudhsagar Falls on the Goa-Karnataka border. A train journey( Vasco Da Gama- Londa) is also worth it.

8-Jog Falls
A destination that is the star of the monsoons is the Jog Falls in the Shimoga district of Karnataka. 400 km from Bangalore it is India`s highest waterfall. The falls which are at their majestic best between July and October plunge into the valley from a height of 1000 feet. The whole vicinity of the falls is a spectacular sight with deep valleys, rolling hills, and rainbows brimming on the horizon every now and then.

If you are an adventure freak, then Coorg in the Monsoon is tailor-made for you. The monsoons here stretch for a considerably longer period. It gets its full quota of rainfall from southwest monsoon and Northeast monsoon. The weather is cold and the sight of the hills and valleys drenched and draped in mist, lush green vegetation, swollen streams, gushing rivers and cascading waterfalls are too much of a temptation.

Alleppey aka Alappuzha experiences heavy monsoon showers and if you just love rains then it`s a perfectly cool idea to visit Alleppey during monsoons. During the monsoon, the famed backwaters of Alleppey reverberate with the sound of the popular snake boats. It`s an invigorating experience to smell the rain-drenched moist earth and watch the rains lashing the backwaters from the cosy comforts of a Kettuvellam.

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