India is a place of surprises the place which might seem to be simple but changes dramatically to a spectacular destination during monsoon. Today Parvesh Jain Photography has come up stop search destination to visit during monsoon.

Do most of the people do not love to travel and does not look this time as good to travel but we promise you will change your mindset completely when you will read some hidden facts about the places we are going to talk about many places you can enjoy sightseeing accompanied with cool Breeze light shower and smell of our earth which make it all more than anything.

We have crafted the 10 best places to visit during monsoon in India:

 

1. Coorg, Karnataka

The most beautiful hill station to visit, the coffee plantation around makes the scene look gorgeous. Abbey and jog waterfall is in full flow during the rain making the scene beautiful. If you love adventurous sports then you should visit the highest peak of tadiandamol, which is a scenic beauty.

Madikeri fort, bylakuppe are also places you should not miss. If you are lucky you might get to see a rainbow.

How to reach?

From Bangalore, 5 hours if you travel via Road. If you want to go to railway station then Mysore is the nearest. Nearest Airport is in Bangalore you can also choose that.

 

2. Shillong, Meghalaya

Place in clouds, Shillong is a place you should visit during monsoon., town look amazing and eye-catching during the season. Misty, greenery and waterfall roaring which make you thrill can be some reason to visit the place.

Elephant Falls, the spread Eagle Falls you must visit, which are full of water by rain. The local food and cheap pen price both make a Perfect Combination to visit the place.

How to go?

Both airport and Railway Station is in Assam if you want to travel by road choose National Highway 40 reach here.

 

3. Munnar, Kerala

A Paradise to visit, a Paradise of South, you must not miss this place during the monsoon Western Ghat which is beautiful rain at magic and romance in an of Western Ghat. Kerala known forest tea plantation you should love the smell of that seasonal waterfall, missed around mountaintop make an amazing site.

Best thing the place is crowd-free you could find hotels at very good deals early morning walking through the tea garden and delicious cuisine will make your holiday truly memorable.

How to reach?

Munnar is 3 hours 40 minutes from Cochin via Road. Kochin is nearest airport and Aluva is a closest railway station.

 

4. Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

Monsoon is the best time to visit one of the beautiful places on earth. Flowers of every kind every shade, blooms after the first shower. Around 400 varieties of flowers can be found here if you want to get in here you need to go for Trek. Review of unique flowers, the mountain makes it an amazing destination to visit.

How to reach?

Govindghat is nearest bus stand You may reach Govindghat via Srinagar or from Haldwani. The nearest airport is Dehradun and Rishikesh is the nearest railway station.

 

5. Udaipur, Rajasthan

The receiver of lowest rainfall but in spite of this Udaipur is the best place to visit during monsoon. Located in a lap of Aravali and surrounded with a number of small lakes it is also called as a most romantic destination in India, just imagine the beauty in rain, if you want site City Sajjan is a place you should not miss want a Boat Ride to visit Lake Pichola and the Fateh Sagar lake. You will enjoy the royal hospitality.

How to reach here?

Udaipur is well connected with all means it has a flight within a domestic sector, the nearest railway station is Udaipur.

 

6. Alleppey, Kerala

Personally speaking, Alleppey is a place you should visit or rather not miss to visit during monsoon. A place in Kerala to explore embark on a backwater cruise. through canals, rivers and lakes.

If you are interested in any kind of Ayurvedic treatment then it is the best time, the weather is clean, does free and cool.

How to reach?

Alleppey is well connected, having its own railway station cochin is the closest airport.

 

7. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

Scenic beauty, which magnifies during monsoon. Town or hill station Kodaikanal a good spot to visit.coakers walk and brynt port are places to click some awesome moment. If you want to try tracking then try dolphin nose, pillar rocks, pambhar falls, kurunji andavar temple.

If you are lucky then you can experience yourself in the clouds which are called brachen spectre.

Feel fresh, visit here you would love it.

How to reach there?

Easy to reach by road, state buses. Is 120 km from the nearest airport and railway station.

 

8. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

The place to get the second highest rainfall in the world. You must visit during monsoon and get yourself wet Forest, pasture, houses shine with a glow, the grass everywhere creating a backdrop which is similar to rolling Hills of Scottish highland.

Hide and Seek of cloud visibility dropping to approx. null, waterfall in full Force all you are going to witness here Nokhalikai falls wow the gorgeous one, bridges, caves, waterfall, walk through them to enjoy the beauty.

How to reach here?

150 km away from the nearest railway station and 170 km from the airport you can choose either to visit the place.

 

9. Wayanad, Kerala

A hill town in Kerala and one of the top destination in India, present in a lap of Western Ghats. Waterfall, wildlife and much more to be found here. Visited the place where is Neelakurinji, a flower which blooms once in 12 years. The greenery of the hill,  ancient caves, waterfall and lakes are its attraction. You can also witness a three-day monsoon festival which would fill you up with fun and memorable experience.

How to reach?

Easy and well connected by the road just 100 km away from airport and Kozhikode railway station is closest to it.

 

10. Orchha, Madhya Pradesh

A perfect place to visit during monsoon, it turns the dry Malwa plateau into the most romantic place on earth. The river Betwa is revived by rain and its bank are blessed with greenery and scenery bliss. Fox, Temple, heritage, memorable create a scene of its Golden. If you love rain then this is the place for you to visit.

How to reach here?

You the nearest airport from Gwalior 123 km far from it and just 17 km away from Jhansi the nearest railway station.

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