Monsoon Season
Monsoon is the best time of the year as it brings out the kid in us while experiencing the exotic beauty of the environment. Tourists may not find it safe to travel during this season, but this season can cast an adventure spell on your travel plans. Riding through the lush green ambience and rafting in the overflowing lakes are a great mood refresher and are too hard to resist. So,

explore these top destinations during the monsoon season

to enlighten your moods.


Alleppey in India

A gorgeous destination in Kerala, Alleppey drenches itself in the rain, making it naturally more attractive. The backwater cruise through the rivers and lakes is further enhanced with this fresh sparkling water,dust-free ambience.

How to Reach:  This city in “Gods’ Own Country” is well- connected via train and the nearby Kochi airport, which is 75 km away. Alleppey is popular for its serpentine canals, ageless temples, rice paddies, vibrant, colourful lagoons, and a 150-year-old lighthouse.


Coorg india

The dense forest cover in Coorg is home to plenty of flora & fauna, making it a gorgeous romantic destination during the rainy season. You can browse the natural waterfalls, coffee plantations, and delightful culinary treats spread throughout this destination.

How to Reach: Coorg can be easily reached by a 5-hour road trip from Bengaluru. A bus ride gives you instant access to enchanting views in the monsoon season. The nearest airports are Bengaluru and Mangalore, 260 km and 135 km, respectively.



Darjeeling has an age-old charm –no matter how often you have been here, you will never overcome its splendor. Referred to as the Queen of hills, placed at the foothills of the mighty Himalayas, this is an attractive destination during the monsoon season. However, the monsoon is best experienced from your cosy hotel rooms rather than outdoors, as the downpours sometimes become heavy.

How to Reach: New Jalpaiguri is the nearest railway station. Alternatively, you may take a direct flight from Kolkata.


Goa india

Goa is a major tourist attraction any time of the year with an array of things to do. The monsoon refreshes the environment making it even more attractive. Goa is popular for its cuisine, beaches, picturesque vistas, and cheap shopping. In addition, the monsoon brings about several opportunities for trekking, birdwatching, and heritage tours.

How to Reach: Goa is best accessed through a bus or road trip from Mumbai. You can alternatively take a flight to the Goa Dabolim International airport.

Jog Falls

Jog Falls Karnataka

This gorgeous destination in Karnataka is a nature lover’s delight. Nestled among a verdant green environment, the beauty of this waterfall will leave you spellbound during the monsoons. Several key points of interest include Dabbe falls, Tiger reserve, Sharavati River, and Tunga Anicut Dam.

How to Reach: You can take a 6-hour road trip or bus ride from Bengaluru to reach this gorgeous destination.


Kutch in Gujarat

The Dhinodhar hills and endless desert plains in Kutch offer fascinating vistas during the monsoon seasons. The natural vistas delight the nature lovers, especially when the lands get soaked in the rains.

How to Reach: The Bhuj Airport is the closest. Alternatively, you can catch a train from Mumbai or Ahmedabad to Gandhidham junction railway station. From there, you have to go on a road trip to Kutch.



Get ready to be awe-struck by the calm surroundings, lush green ambience, juicy strawberry & mulberry fields, and gorgeous Sahyadri range. It is counted as a top romantic destination, especially during the monsoons as nature turns to the fresh side. The top places to explore are Lingamala waterfalls, the Elephant’s Head Point, and Pratapgad. One of the favorable destinations.

How to Reach: Mahabaleshwar is just 120 km and 250 km from Pune and Mumbai. You can take a road trip or hop on a bus to reach this destination.

Mount Abu

Mount Abu Rajasthan

A small hill station in the heart of Rajasthan, this destination offers captivating views of the popular attractions like Dilwara temple and other temples on Guru Shikhar peak during the monsoon rains. Nakki Lake and the Sunset point are other key attractions that are a huge hit in the tourist world.

How to Reach: Udaipur is the nearest airport. Take a road trip or a bus ride to Mount Abu from Udaipur.


Munnar Kerala

This gorgeous bucket-list destination of India is heavily loaded with a lush greenery. The rainy season brings the best of the tea gardens, with cloud-covered hills, and a silvery mist. Many tourists flock to Munnar, especially during the rainy season, to explore this breathtaking natural vista. You can dig in some delicious Kerala cuisine while browsing through the incredible natural bliss.

How to Reach: The nearest railway station is Aluva and Ernakulam, followed by a 3-hour road trip to Munnar. The closest airports are Cochin and Madurai International Airport, 110 km and 140 km away, respectively.


Orchha in India

Orchha houses an incredible collection of ancient temples, gorgeous grand palaces, and ageless forts, making it a fabulous place for all heritage lovers. The top attractions include Raja Mahal, Rani Mahal, and Jahangir Mahal, offering picturesque views in the monsoons due to the fresh green and royal ambience.

How to Reach: The nearest airport is Gwalior, and Jhansi is the nearest railway station. So, drive down to Orchha from these locations for the best experience.


Pondicherry, India

Pondicherry offers a relaxing environment and the perfect destination in the monsoon for all water babies. This place has an ancient charm and elegance as its landscape is decorated with ageless villas, antique colonial houses, vibrant cafes & shacks near the beach, and cobble-stoned streets. The French colony in Pondicherry offers plenty of culinary treats to kick off your gastronomical juices. Pondicherry is popular for its lively beach parties.

How to Reach: The nearest airport is Chennai, and Villupuram is the nearest railway junction.


Ranikhet, Uttarakhand

This gorgeous destination in Uttarakhand lightens up during the rainy season with its picturesque hills, ageless temples, and lush green forests. Trekking and water rafting are two popular activities here. Then, take a trip from Kashipur to Ranikhet for enchanting views of the majestic Himalayan ranges.

How to Reach: You will have several trains running from New Delhi to Kashipur.


Shillong India

Shillong offers enthralling views that become even more mesmerizing with misty clouds and heavy downpours, making it the Scotland of the East. This city in Meghalaya offers incredible views of the surrounding hills. Spread Eagle Falls and Elephant Falls are noteworthy attractions. Don’t miss tasting the local delicacies for some unique flavour and taste.

How to Reach: Guwahati houses the nearest airport and railway station to Shillong.


Monsoon brings a rejuvenating change to the environment, road trips, and countless adventures that will form core blocks of your memorable memories and refresh all moods.

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