Monsoons are one of the most beautiful seasons in India.
When everything is green, windy and picturesque as possible. Monsoon is also
the best time to recharge your tired batteries by heading out to your nearest
monsoon destination. India is one country that is endowed with several beautiful
set-pieces that awe you and enthral you:
One of the most beautiful hill stations in India, Shillong
looks equally serene during the rains. The Elephant Falls and the Eagle falls
make for remarkable sights during monsoon.
A paradise on Earth, Munnar remains one of the most
popular monsoon destinations in India. Beautiful trekking trails, unwinding
slopes and seasonal waterfalls, Munnar is the perfect monsoon getaway with your
Monsoon is the best time to experience Uttarakhand’s
famed Valley of Flowers. You can witness an amazing sight after an easy trek
filled with unique flowers of varied shades.
The sights and sounds of Mount Abu during the monsoon season
truly are amazing. A beautiful lake set amidst the green lap of Aravallis
mountain ranges and a sunset point like no other; Mount Abu is a delight for
monsoon travellers. Do share your travel pictures with us and we shall
feature the best ones on our page.
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