Hello everyone,

Monsoon is one of the best seasons everyone loves. Monsoon holidays are surely an exotic experience that gives a spell-bounding beauty. The hillocks, as well as the mountains, are covered with lush greenery. Lakes and seas get overflowed with water and waterfall scenes are idyllic. These all make India truly incredible.

Folks today we will be seeing best Indian places to be visited during monsoon season:

1. Lonavala, Maharashtra:

Located in Maharashtra, Lonavala is a captivating hillock, one of the best places to visit during monsoon. With the indeed beautiful onset of the rains, the Sahyadri mountain ranges give alluring scenes, breathtaking waterfalls, and of course awesome environment.

This is one of the exquisite getaways to be visited during monsoon. It hardly takes 2 hours from Mumbai while 1 hour 30 minutes from Pune.

2. Goa:

Indeed, Goa is one of the best places to visit not only during monsoon but all seasons. The land of beaches is indeed beguiling getaway for explorers. Moreover, the picturesque scenes, drizzling rains, and delicious Goan delicacies make the trip exciting. You can go skiing, scuba diving, trekking, birdwatching, and lots more activities. Goa is well connected to many cities. Moreover, you can get a thrilling experience with water sports on several beaches. Aguda fort, Dolphin Show, Casino Park are some of the other tourist attractions.

3. Kodiakanal :

Tamil Nadu: Known as the “Princess of Hillocks”, Kodaikanal is one of the best escapes during monsoon. Kodaikanal is located in the Palani Hills offers enchanting scenic views and abrupt waterfalls. Likewise, you can also experience spectacular views of hills, extravagant flora and fauna. Moreover, stroll around the Kodai and Berijam Lakes. In these lakes, you can perform boating and other sporting activities. Apart from this, trekking and sightseeing are some of the best activities to experience. Jewelry, brass and leather accessories can make your trip exciting. Kodaikanal has located 135 km from Madurai and 170 km away from Coimbatore.

4. Andaman and Nicobar Islands:

So, are you fond of beaches? Then Andaman and Nicobar Island are waiting for you this monsoon. A group of 540+ islands, Andaman and Nicobar Islands have astounding wildlife, staggering water sports, pristine sand beaches, abrupt mountains and lastly breath-taking scenic views. The combinations of the above things will surely tempt you to visit these Islands. These islands are ideal for beach lovers, adventure freaks and nature lovers. You can perform sightseeing, scuba diving, snorkeling, jet-skiing, etc. Moreover, visit Havelock Island, Cellular Jail too.

5. Coorg, Karnataka:

Known for the dense and green forests, Coorg is exquisite biodiversity spot that has a wide range of flora and fauna. Also visited for a honeymoon, the romantic destination offers enchanting lakes, captivating scenic views, enormous coffee plantations, and flavorsome dishes. You can surely explore the wildlife at Pushpagiri wildlife sanctuary, exciting hike activity at Kotebetta, Jog falls and lots more. Coffee and Wine are prominent beverages for extravagant feasts.

Some other places can be visited during monsoon-like Munnar in Kerala, Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir, Udaipur in Rajasthan, Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh, Shillong in Meghalaya and many more.

So what are you waiting for folks? Just pack the goodies and get going.

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9 thoughts on “Best Places to Visit in Monsoon”

  1. Monsoon is the best time to enjoy the lush greenary in India.
    Lonavala is a must visit every monsoon for me.

  2. Great list indeed.. The experience of trekking in Lonavala during rainy season is a splendid experience.. Goa too must be exotic in Monsoon..

  3. I have not been to any of the places on your list, with the exception of Goa. I would love to visit them some day!

  4. Amazing blog post. I went to Lonavala last monsoon and it was amazing! Might pick up my next destination from this list.

  5. Very beautiful write up. I really want to visit Goa in monsoon. But one thing, didn’t like Maharashtra during rains. It felt much more congested and humid.

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