With great travel destinations, the “Incredible India” fortunately lets you to enjoy vacations/traveling even during the monsoons. There are really some extraordinary places in India, which hold the tag of “ultimate destination” to visit during the monsoon season. To know about the top monsoon travel destinations of India, check out the listings laid below.
Ladakh and Leh
In the furthest far corner of northern India, near the Indus Valley in Ladhak, lies the town of Leh. This faraway place has turned a famous tourist destination since 1974, when Ladakh was opened to foreigners. Surrounded by the two world’s largest mountain ranges and the alpine desert, the dry ,barren landscape houses great historic Buddhist monasteries; which makes it an incredible sight to visit. Although Leh accessible by flight from Jammu, Delhi and Srinagar.
The Valley of Flowers National Park
The extraordinary and stunning landscape of The Valley of Flowers lies in Uttrakhand, the Northern State of India. This beautiful place comes alive during the period of monsoon rains. Located at high-altitude- this Himalayan valley features over 300 varieties of flowers, which just seem as a bright coloured carpet against a snow capped background. The Valley of Flowers is open for visitors only from April to October; as for the rest of the year the region is covered with snow. It’s an ultimate perfect destination for the one’s who are fond of exploring nature and hiking, as it entails a 15 kilometer trek up on a steep mountain to reach there.
All thanks to the Kerala Tourism Department for transforming Kerala into an entreating monsoon season destination. This has specially been through the “Dream Season” campaign, which lets the visitors enjoy attractive discounts on an extensive range of packages and accommodations including the Splash monsoon carnival conducted annually. Moreover, the monsoon season is ideal for an Ayurveda treatment too, for the reason that the atmosphere allows the pores of the body to open up, making it most stimulative. Additionally, unlike other national parks of the country,the famous Periyar National Park of Kerala remains open during the days of rainy season. Plus, the rainy season brings up few popular events of the place such as the Snake boat races.
Of course, the sand and surf cannot be enjoyed under sun; only the monsoons can bestow with the ultimate experience of enjoying these indentations of Goa. The place holds lots more exciters other than just beaches and that includes few picturesque sceneries, vibrant monsoon festivals , the thrilling white water rafting experience, and fishing as well. These make travelers to visit Goa at this time of year. Moreover, the luxury packages offered by the hotels during the monsoon season are much more affordable; which is in order to lure the customers.
If you are someone who really is fond of rain, then Meghalaya could be the best treat for your vacations. This northeast region of India is famous for being the earth’s wettest place. The state holds in itself plenty of natural attractions.And the ancient living root bridges form one of the main attractions of the region.