Top 5 Destinations to visit in India During Monsoon

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Munnar, Kerala

Munnar was the favored summer resort of the erstwhile British rulers in the colonial days. Sprawling tea plantations, picturesque towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town. The popular tourist attractions include Eravikulam National Park, Anamudi Peak, Mattupetty Dam, Pallivasal, Top Station, Tea Museum, Pallivasal Falls, Echo Point, Chinnakanal and Anayirankal. The Coimbatore Railway Station and the Kochi Railway Stations are the closest railway stations from Munnar that connects Munnar by train to all other cities in India. The Cochin International Airport is the nearest airport from Munnar that connects.

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Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg is the largest producer of coffee in India, and the best places to visit in Coorg are its picturesque coffee plantations. While the trekkers & bikers show their daredevilry by soaking themselves in the rains that lash from every side throughout the day, the nature lovers seek tranquility in this mesmerizing place.Chilling cold and intermittent rain don’t seem to scare enthusiastic parents from bringing their infants and kids to enjoy the nature. Foggy conditions and cold weather make Raja’s Seat a perfect spot for the beloved ones to share the warmth of friendship and love. Such is the power of Mother Nature in Coorg, especially so during monsoons. Mangalore(160 kms) and Bangalore(260 kms) are the nearest airports to Coorg. Mysore(140 kms) is the nearest railway station to Coorg and a number of trainsconnect them. Other close railways stations are Mangalore and Hassan in Karnataka, and Thalassery and Kannur in Kerala. Trains like Mysore Express, Shatabdi Express, Bangalore Express stop at Mysore station and connect it to the rest of the cities. Coorg is well connected to the other districts of Karnataka. There are number of options to reach Coorg by busas Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) provides many deluxe buses.

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Ranikhet, Uttarakhand

Ranikhet is a popular summer and monsoon getaway for people living in the capital region of India. Endowed with immense scenic beauty of verdant forests, hilly slopes, lush meadows, pristine lakes and snow-capped mountains.In Ranikhet Places to visit for tourist attractions are many but the Famous Ranikhet Attractions Are as follows-Chaubatia Gardens,Golf Course,Jhula Devi Temple,Upat Kalika Temple,Binsar Mahadev,KRC Museum,Bhalu Dam,Mankameshwar. Taxis are available to Ranikhet, Haldwani, Nainital and Almora from Pant Nagar Airport. Buses are available from Haldwani, Kathgodam and Nainital to Ranikhet. Pantnagar airport is connected to Delhi via four weekly flights. By Rail: Kathgodam is the nearest railway station to Kausani, situated at a distance of 88kms.

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Lonavala, Maharashtra

Lonavala is a beautiful hill station in Pune district of Maharashtra. It lies at an altitude of 622 m in the Sahyadri Ranges which separate the Deccan Plateau and the Konkan Coast. Lonavala is among the top hill stations in Maharashtra and also one of the famous Tourist places in Maharashtra. The rivers brim with water dancing to the monsoon winds, the place in itself is teeming with tourists making it lively in spirit. One can travel to Lonavala by road from Pune and the drive on the Mumbai-Pune express highway is amazing. Pune International Airport is the nearest airport, which is about 69 km from Lonavala and has daily flights from Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kochi, Delhi, Kolkata and Goa. Lonavala has its own railway stations and is well connected by train with Goa, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Kochi, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and many other major cities in India. Lonavala is well connected by bus with Mumbai, Pune, Satara, Goa, Shirdi, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Jodhpur, Rajkot and Mangalore.

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Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya

With a name that literally translates to ‘the abode of clouds’, it couldn’t be far off from rain and Monsoon. While place like Cherrapunji is known around the world, there a whole different feeling in chasing the Monsoon amidst the lush, stunning valleys and serene villages of Meghalaya. Cherrapunjee charmed us mountain lovers as we are, with its open, untouched demeanor. there are plenty of places to visit in Cherrapunji rich with bountiful rain and rivers that fall off the mountains in thunderous waterfalls. The region is also abundant with forests, natural caves, and a thriving flora and fauna. It’s truly a paradise on earth and the home of indigenous tribes and exotic cultures. A visit to Cherrapunji in the Indian state of Meghalaya will offer a unique perspective of the North Eastern region. To get to Cherrapunji town, you can hire taxis from Paltan Bazaar bus stand in Guwahati or get a pre-paid taxi from the airport itself. Technically, the Umroi Airport (91 km) near Shillong is the nearest airport to Cherrapunji.

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