Monsoon Is About Seeking New Adventure In The Form Of New Destination
With the monsoon pacing, most people would go and curl up in bed with a good book and steaming coffee. As traveling in the rain is not your cup of coffee.. 😉 But for travel freak, we have a list of places that you must visit in July on your monsoon trip and tick off your travel list.
Orchha, Madhya Pradesh
The city of historic palaces and temples Madhya Pradesh is surrounded with forest and greenery that is a sight worth inspiring. The Betwa river is one of the important rivers in Madhya Pradesh that has seven streams converging at Orchha that makes it worth the watch.
Do you know Shillong is known as the “Scotland of the East” because of the rolling hills and peaks situated around the town? During monsoon, this place witnesses a plenty of rainfall as fewer tourists visit here that makes it less crowdy in monsoon. This place has a lush hill, high waterfall, and brimming lake are the charm of this place despite bustling city.
Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh
Dalhousie in July receives mild rainfalls that make the weather even more pleasant. Lush greenery around this place have some adventure sporting activities that are worth boasting about. Scenic beauty is not going to disappoint you during monsoons.
Goa in monsoons has more to offer than its beaches. The rain is refreshing and has many wildlife sanctuaries that are particularly known here during monsoons. July is offseason so rates are pretty cheap while most beaches shacks and water activities might witness a closure.
Leh Ladakh, Jammu, and Kashmir
Leh Ladakh is the love for mountain lovers, beautiful monasteries, its routes and solitude that is offered by this place only. Little rainfall open doors to motorcycling and cherishing a beautiful trip live. You can plan to visit this place in between July- sept as you could beat most of the crowd if you plan a trip through leh or go biking from Delhi on a road trip to this place.
Mount Abu, Rajasthan
Mount Abu has the least rainfall in Rajasthan but offers flora and majestic mountains to drag people here. As its a beautiful hill station that is also rich in history and architecture of ancient buildings. Visiting this place in July is going to be a memorable experience that you won’t forget easily.
Jog Falls, Karnataka
The scenic mountains in the Western ghat appear more of a painting that offers numerous waterfalls, lakes, colorful farms and also a rail track just above the sea! This beauty is at its peak in monsoon and can help you embrace enchanting weather sitting inside the comfortable train as well.
Coorg is beautiful no matter what time you plan to visit here but it looks pretty during monsoon. July-September has mountains and valleys covered with vibrant colors of the flowers. That is capable of soothing the eyes from harsh weather. Take a walk in the rain and enjoy playing games in lush green surroundings that are capable of uplifting your mood.