Best places to see in Monsoon or July Month

Count down for monsoon has begun and people are starting to celebrate the wonderful monsoon time in their own way with fun and pleasure unlimited. For a number of people, their days are nothing more than just usual spells of showers. Celebrating some of the best days to some fascinated destinations is certainly a way of fulfilling your desire for memorable Monsoon holidays. It is the perfect weather season when you can actively communion with nature.

When it comes to celebrate holidays in India in the month of July and August or during monsoon season, you will find northern part of India an ideal place. Visiting Kerala, Goa or some parts of South India is not a wrong decision. North is the abode of Himalayas; while south has perfect greenery and rivers to make your holidays the best time in July.

The beautiful and wonderful regions in the Himalayas give you some gut wrenching adventure that you possibly crave right now; while listening to the boring tip top of rain failing outside. Southern part is wonderful as you will get perfect timing and holiday destinations to rejuvenate your mind and body. Coorg in Kerala is an ideal destination for monsoon holidays. Given are some of the wonderful destinations to see in the month of July for memorable.

Ladakh – A Rock Strewn Set Enchanted with Rich Goldedn-Red-Green Themed Monasteries


A terrain where vividly colored prayer flags show the rich culture and heritage of the place and provide you good reasons to spend luxurious time here. Here, you will see Indus Rivers and Emerald Zankar embracing the rich blue skyline totally feeding the soul. It is pride of J&K tourism that is highly inspired by Tibetan and Muslim Culture that is well embraced and preserved by locals in ever changing era.

Meghalaya – Abode of clouds


Meghalaya, the abode of clouds is magical in monsoon. As soon as July arrives in the north- eastern state with fresh weather, monsoon has lent lush appearance as far as the eye can see. At this time, Waterfalls are in their full might; while the two rainiest cities on the planet, Mawsynram and Cherrapunji are much more attractive and make you feel as if you are not in India. Here, you will get a chance to explore many mystical caves. Not to mention every village and every city those are covered in a fresh green blanket. You will see adventures and scenic beauty are available every nook and corner. Don’t miss the chance of packing your bags and embark on a vacation.

Amarnath Yatra – Divinity and Adventure Altogether

Amarnath Yatra

If adventure and spirituality are running into your mind, choosing the right package or planning for Amarnarth Yatra is certainly the best way. The beautiful and adventurous trek take you to the holy cave of Amarnath – divine abode of Lord Shiva. The holy trek is opened in the month of June and continues till Rakshabandhan. You will see the holy cave where a Shivlinga of Ice takes place. The treacherous hike to the cave can be attempted in these months. Plan your trip to Amarnath as July is just around the corner and it will be the best way of celebration and fun altogether.

MATHERAN – Indulge in Green Garnet


If you are planning to make your holidays memorable in the month of July, then don’t miss the chance of exploring Matheran – a green garnet of Maharashtra’s Raigad District. The beautiful and small hill station is blessed with lush greenery; while it is guarded against the motor activities of the modern world which harms planet. Here, you will find environments free from the vehicles as main mode of transportation in this hill station are rickshaw and horse-backs, which are fun to experience.  Heal your heart and soul from the monotony of life as you amble around Matheran and your eyeballs hails god for the majestic view of the hills.

Darjeeling – Colonial Charm Alluring You


If Mother Nature has gifted her beauty to any destination in West Bengal, it is Darjeeling – counted as the Gateway to North East and the world’s leading tea exporter. The beautiful hill station is famous for its colonial charm, some of the world famous schools, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and amazing view of Mount Kanchenjunga. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Traveling in this train will be entirely different types of experience to keep you enticed and spell bound for the time to come.

Dalhousie – Famous For Natural Beauty and Signature Architecture of British Era


The beautiful hill station in the state of Himachal Pradesh, is famous for its colonial buildings and paintings of Buddhist Gods enchant the travelers. Tranquility and divinity here is incomparable and will surely surprise you for memorable holidays again and again. The wonderful destination is an ideal place to spend honeymoon during monsoon season or the best rainy time of July.

Coorg – Green Paradise on Earth


Karnataka’s most beautiful destination lying at the southernmost edge of the state is blesses with acres of plantation, glistering waterfalls, national parks, sanctuary and fort that combines to form a splendid panorama. It is also a major hub of coffee and spice plantation and a home to the Kodava Tribe that is believed to be closely related to Persians or Greeks. It is a paradise for honeymooners, trekkers and adventure holidays lovers.

Munnar is also a wonderful place to see in the month of July. The beautiful place is blessed with natural beauty and lush greenery. You will also find Lonawala an ideal destination for wonderful holidays in your own way. For those who want to evoke during drizzling at wonderful and romantic places, the wonderful place is an ideal destination.

You have to choose the right tour package according to your choice. So what you are waiting for, make this monsoon season the best of July month and enjoy the best time in a way like never before. Visit Destinations Ideas



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