If you’re one of those who enjoys the thunderous clouds over your head or don’t mind getting drenched in torrential rains, then these four places are the perfect destinations for you this monsoon:
lan to visit this place during monsoon, then it is, unquestionably, the icing on the cake. The charisma of the place doesn’t stop at the scenic beauty. There are trekking tales and sightseeing of flamingos for the nature enthusiasts and bird lovers.
Located at an altitude of 700 meters above sea level, Malshej is a perfect escape from busy city life.
When you discover mist-layered tea gardens and spice garden swamped with rainwater, you are ought to be spell bounded. The monsoon revitalizes the nature and makes it look like a God’s own paradise. Eravikulam National Park will give you an opportunity to trek around magnificent tea plantations and hills; the picnic spot in Pallivasal will let you to spend some memorable time with your family and the legacy of tea garden will widen your knowledge and propel you to admire the exquisiteness.
So, if you are desiring for some quiet time off work, then Munnar is the ideal gateway for it
What can be more thrilling and exciting than visiting the second wettest place on the Earth during monsoon? This place offers you a picturesque variety of landscape and hills to trek on, making it an exemplary destination for trekkers. The lush greenery and double decker tree bridges will give you an unbelievable experience. So, if you are a wildlife lover and enjoy clicking pictures of alluring flora and fauna for your Instagram profile, then Cherrapunjee will gift you with some captivating memories.
Famously known as the “princess of hill stations’’, Kodaikanal is one of the best monsoon destination that everyone looks forward to. Settled in the Palani hills of Western Ghats, this place offers lush greenery, picturesque views of ghats and hills and sparkling waterfalls. Located just 64 kms away from Palani, station, this place is home for various water bodies such as Berijam Lake and Kodai Lake-which is a man-made lake. So, this monsoon, go to Kodaikanal and be ready to get spellbound.
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