Monsoon is a season of beautiful scenarios, magical rainbows, blissful winds, and the amazing rainwater that gives the soil a mesmerizing fragrance.
There are many places in India that get decorated by the monsoon that you must visit.
Here is a list of stunning places that you should visit during monsoon times.
Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand
A beautiful garden of more than 400 varieties of flowers can be enjoyed by visiting Valley of Flowers national park located in North Chamoli, in the state of Uttarakhand.
The valley of flowers is truly magical as the flowers have many beautiful shades of colours that will make your eyes sparkle.
Munnar is the best place to inhale the aroma of tea plantation, to enjoy the waterfalls surrounded by beautiful greenery, to get lost in magical mist and to feel romantic by the lovely weather of it.
Munnar is located on the banks of Madupetti, Nallathanni and Periavaru rivers where you can also get to see the amazing wildlife of Nilgiri Thar and the Neelakurinji at Anamud that will make your mind boggle.
Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu
The Princess of Hill station in the south of the Palani Hills has gigantic mountains wearing a crown made up of clouds.
The pine forest, waterfalls and beautiful lakes will make your eyes wow!
Standing at an altitude of 7200 feet above sea level, Kodaikanal is blessed with an amazing environment and pleasant climate.
Visit Coaker’s Walk point and get overwhelmed by a magical phenomenon of ‘Brachem Spectre’. Such a phenomenon happens rarely where the sun will be at your back and clouds will be at your front. The sun will cast a shadow of yours wearing a rainbow crown. This surely proves that not only nature is beautiful but also magical!
Shillong of Meghalaya in the monsoon season gets blessed by the rain with the scintillating Elephant Falls and gleaming Eagle falls.
The greenery of the valleys of Khasi and Jayanti hills will make you feel relax. And the famous David Scott Trail is an adventurous trail to have a walk-on.
Shillong has everything to offer like a pleasant environment, mesmerizing waterfalls, and astonishing clouds.
Coorg is famous for its wonderful coffee plantation. You will feel energetic by the aroma of coffee as well as refreshed by stunning Abbey waterfalls and India’s second-highest Jog waterfalls.
Get close to the clouds by going on the top of Tadiandamol mountain or hike on the thrilling Kotebetta mountain. You can also visit Pushpagiri wildlife sanctuary for getting superb glances of wild animals.
Mahabaleshwar is famous for its incredible points, waterfalls and strawberries.
Enjoy the surroundings by visiting the Elephant point which looks like an elephant or visits Arthur’s seat which is the Queen of all points. The point is like a table that is supported by a natural pillar. There are many more epic points too.
If you want to enjoy amazing waterfalls then there are Lingmala Falls, Chinaman’s falls, and many more magical waterfalls.
What’s more interesting than the pleasant season of monsoon that offers cheerful climate?
Well, the answer is the sweet melody of peacocks and the beautiful dance of them which you will get to see in the beautiful vicinity of Pushkar in Rajasthan state.
Besides the concert of peacocks, you will also get to see mesmerizing views of the surroundings in Pushkar.
Orchha, Madhya Pradesh
Monsoon is the season that spells rain on the desert land of Orchha and turns it into a magical greenest land that will make you wonder of the beautiful craft of nature.
Orchha is also blessed with forts, temples, memorials, monuments, and amazing rolling hills.
Monsoon is the best season to witness the coronation of the Dhinodhar hill by rain wearing it a magnificent crown made up of clouds.
The salt land of Gujarat looks stunning during the rainy season when the desert gets sparkled with the magical raindrops.
Sonajhuri Forest, West Bengal
Sonajhuri Forest is the cleanest forest in India that has wonderful forest and gorgeous flowers. The Kopai River together with the forest and the birds makes the place really heaven on Earth.
Every Saturday, there is a market held known as Sonajhuri Haat where you will get to see many marvellous local arts and crafts. Also, you will get to taste the local delicacies of the place.
Sonajhuri Forest is a forest which was one of the favourite places of the poet Rabindranath Tagore.