Monsoons in India. Best places to visit

By April 17, 2019 April 25th, 2019 LifeStyle, Travel Hub

It may be a little inconvenient to travel during the monsoons in India. But once you do get to the interesting monsoon destinations it will an awful experience for sure. Some of the best places that you can travel to to enjoy the monsoons are listed out in the article below. Happy monsoon holidays. Team RetyrSmart

Monsoons in India. Best places to visit

Monsoon in India is a magical time period. Travelers from around the world count this as a great time to visit numerous striking places in the country. The hills, mountains and the lush greenery will make you fall in love with the spectacular rainy weather.

Here is a list of best monsoon destination in India that will take your breath away.

Lonavala, Maharashtra

Lonavala is one of the best monsoon destinations in the country. If you are a Mumbaikar, then Lonavala is the place to take a tour in this rainy weather. Breathtaking waterfalls, pleasant climate and refreshing mountains (Tiger Point) are the highlights of this place.


Goa is the beach landscape in India that deserves a definite visit in monsoon. You can enjoy the sand, drizzle and striking sceneries along with some delicious Goan cuisines. People tend to relax and enjoy the rains in the most happening manner here.

Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg is a popular hill station located in the Kodagu district of Karnataka that is acknowledged as the Scotland of India. August is considered to be the best time to visit this lush green paradise. Coorg is known for river rafting and monsoon is the best time to experience that.

Munnar, Kerala

Munnar is considered to be a nature lover’s paradise. The place is roofed up with lush green hills and mountains covered in mist while the rain revitalizes everything it comes in contact with. August is the ideal month to enjoy some quiet time amidst the beautiful scenery.

Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir

Ladakh is a magical place for all travel enthusiasts around the globe. Radiant lakes, crystal clear water and numerous mountain passes are a few highlights that attract the tourists interest. The popular Ladakh Festival takes place from 17th to 27th September which is worth the visit. You can play with snow, go sightseeing around the lake and stroll around the beautiful mountains.

Udaipur, Rajasthan

Udaipur is popularly known as the Venice of the East and considered one of the most romantic cities around the world. City Palace and Udaipur Lake Palace are the main attractions for tourists. Monsoon is certainly the best season to check this place out.


Pondicherry is all hilly with lush green fields in the monsoon season. The temperature cools down to become more than pleasant for travelers. Pondicherry Museum, Jawahar Toy Museum, The French War Memorial, Botanical gardens, Pondicherry beach and the Paradise beach are popular places of interest.


Pushkar can take you to a beautiful and soothing side of Rajasthan. This should be one place that you do not miss in monsoon weather checking it off your bucket list. An early morning camel ride, desert camping and strolling around the market is what Pushkar stands out for.

Darjeeling, West Bengal

Darjeeling is considered the perfect monsoon getaway in India. The place is well-known for its tea industry attraction. The Queen of Hills is what the place is acknowledged as as it is surrounded by hills with heavy rain showers. Rangeet valley passenger cable car, Darjeeling monastery, adventure sports and the toy train are some of the popular tourist attractions in Drajeeling.

Mount Abu, Rajasthan

Mount Abu is the only hill station in the state of Rajasthan. It is the perfect getaway for the travelers in Rajasthan as it works as a magical escape from the hot climate. The month of August is the ideal time to visit this place amidst the beautiful hills and the architectural beauty.

Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu

Kanyakumari is the southernmost tip of the Indian sub continent in South India that is surrounded by water on all three sides. The weather here is pleasant as it is the first place in the country to receive the monsoon showers.

Pahalgam, Jammu & Kashmir

Pahalgam is acknowledged internationally for its gorgeous beauty. Located in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, Pahalgam is one of the premiere holiday destinations that attract thousands of tourists every year. August is the ideal time to visit the place with pleasant monsoon showers.

Allepey, Kerala

Allepey is situated in “Gods Own Country” Kerala. The place is blessed with a pleasant, moist and cool weather in monsoon that makes it no less than a paradise. This is also an acknowledged place to undergo Ayurvedic treatments providing effective therapy.

Kutch, Gujarat

Kutch is a dream-like place in the monsoon weather. There are numerous beautiful sights that will surprise your inner travel bud. The never ending desert plains are definitely worth the watch.

Which is your favorite monsoon destination? Have anything to add? Share it with us in the comments section. …

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