7 Places That Prove India Is The Place For A Monsoon Getaway

Karishma Govil , 30 May 2018
Mahableshwar (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock)
Mahableshwar (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock)

Monsoons are almost here and it’s time to start planning a getaway. But not just any getaway. A place where you’d enjoy the rains to the fullest. A spot where you’d be able to see nothing but fog and greenery. However, you don’t need to venture out of the country to experience this. India has so many spots that are no less than paradise. Here are a few places that you could visit this monsoon.

1. Munnar, Kerela

Munnar is a beautiful hidden gem in Kerala that one must visit in the monsoon. With the dew drops on the tea leaves in those beautiful plantations is exactly what a perfect vacation is all about.

MM Recommends: Visit the tea gardens and spice plantations on the hills of Munnar.

2. Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra

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Lingmala Waterfalls Located at a distance of 6 kms from Mahabaleshwar, the Lingmala Waterfall can be reached via the Mahabaleshwar-Pune road. The forest bungalow of Lingmala is situated near the falls. The water here launches from a height of approximately 600 feet . Located at a distance of 6 kms from Mahabaleshwar, the Lingmala Waterfall can be reached via the Mahabaleshwar-Pune road. The forest bungalow of Lingmala is situated near the falls. The water here launches from a height of approximately 600 feet. The best time to visit Lingmala falls is between July and December.The clear water of Lingmala waterfalls cascades into the Venna Lake during monsoon season. Ordinarily the water is divided by projecting rocks which are approximately one third of the way down into thin silver streaks. Lingmala Waterfalls are visited by thousands of local folks as well as tourists every year. Tourists admire the beauty of the falls. The majestic Dhobi Waterfall and Chinaman’s waterfall are situated near the Lingmala waterfalls. A true form of natural beauty can be seen here as the falls are surrounded by lush green and vegetation cover. A must see place for nirvana seekers, nature lovers and photographers. It serves as a great spot for picnic with friends and family because of its natural beauty and ecstatic location. . . . #mahableshwar #roadtrip #masti #latepost #instalike #instafollow #tb #king #tableland #riders #bulletroyalenfield #unday #ktm #major #throwback #bikelife #bikeride #traveldiaries #wanderlust #india #mountain #view #aroundtheworld #waterfallsofindia #lingmalawaterfall #indiatourism #incredibleindia #backpack #travel

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If you’re from Mumbai, the best place to head to is Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani. It’s perfect during the monsoon season especially because it gets nice and foggy.

MM Recommends: Other than the beautiful Venna lake, make sure to visit the Mapro Garden.

3. Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg is good any time of the year, but it’s the best during the monsoon since the greenery is plain stunning.

MM Recommends: Visit the beautiful Tadiandamol Peak.

4. Pahalgam, Jammu & Kashmir

Who doesn’t like the beautiful and scenic valleys of Jammu and Kashmir? The weather is chilly and perfect during the rains.

MM Recommends: Visit the amazing Betaab Valley for an amazing view.

5. Lonavala, Maharashtra

Just a couple of hours away from Mumbai, this quick getaway will take all your stress and fatigue away. Amazing food and pretty mountain tops are what you should expect from this spot.

MM Recommends: Head to famous Bushi Dam and Tiger Point this monsoon.

6. Mount Abu, Rajasthan

Rajasthan is nice and chilly in the monsoon season. Mount Abu is the perfect spot for a family vacation.

MM Recommends: The view of the Aravali Range is best viewed from Sunset Point. Definitely a must-visit.

7. Udaipur, Rajasthan

The Lake Palace is so stunning during the monsoon season. It’s really romantic so head to Udaipur with your SO.

MM Recommends: Make sure to visit the Lake Palace at the Lake Pichola for a stunning view.

This monsoon, enjoy the rains without having to leave the country. Tell us your favourite destination in the comments below.

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