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Top 5 Monsoon Destinations in India

Top 5 monsoon destinations in India. Rains are beautiful in India. It isn’t considered a very perfect time to travel by a number of travelers. But, there is a different kind of charm in vacations during downpour. With the list of these top 5 monsoon destinations in India. You will certainly change your opinion about this magical rainy season. The following places will provide you a vacation filled with relaxing, sightseeing. Adventure accompanied with sweet winds, light raindrops and the earthy fragrance. The season of bliss, beauty and relief because one vacation in India of such pleasures.

 

  1. MUNNAR, KERALA

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A paradise in God’s own country Munnar is surreal. With silvery dews, incredibly huge tea gardens, lush green hills. Tender atmosphere and most importantly the happy climate. Activities such as nature walks, tea gardens and waterfalls will be an absolutely mesmerizing. This is your number 1 monsoon destination.

  1. SHILLOG, MEGHALAYA

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Nested in Meghalaya, Shillog is an absolute divine. Therefore,well known for its captivating beauty, this hills station looks more amazing during monsoon. If getting drenched isn’t a problem then this is your perfect getaway. Misty clouds, lush green each and everywhere. Roaring waterfalls are one reasons for visiting. Going to Elephant Falls and the Spread-Eagle Falls. Both are remarkably beautiful.This is your number 2 monsoon destination.

  1. PONDICHERRY

A French paradise in India. Mustard-yellow tinted cottages, vintage colonial houses, streets. with cobble stones and surfeit of sea facing cafes and bars. The perfect city of Pondicherry charms you with its old-world beauty. Besides that the monsoon adds a dash of romance in the air. Therefore,this is your number 3 monsoon destination.

  1. ORCHHA, MADHAYA PRADESH

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Jahangir Palace, Riverside cenotaphs, Rai Praveen Mahal and Phool Bagh. When a destination is loaded with such attractions it is a must go. Built by Raja Rudra Pratap in 1501. Ringed by rising hills. Orchha is set on river Betwa and most importantly crammed with the smell of sweet custard apples. This is your number 4 of your monsoon destinations.

  1. KUTCH, GUJARAT

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Most common question that people have is, “What is there to see in Kutch?”. We will provide you with the appropriate answer. Clouds of the monsoon on Dhinodhar hills awaits you. Along with surreal horizon of the Kutch giving a view to die for. Kutch is even more mesmerizing when it is submerged in the water. This is your number 5 of your monsoon destinations.

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