The monsoon season has arrived, and you’ve decided to go on a vacation. Where will you go, though? Well, you should be glad you’re in India because there are a lot of places to visit during the monsoon season. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or simply a spot to stay with your friends, India has it all.

There are several places to visit during the monsoon season.

Kodaikanal, Tamilnadu

Kodaikanal, Tamilnadu, Visit in India during the Monsoon Season

During the monsoon season travel in South India, there are many places to visit. One of them is Kodaikanal. It’s known as the “Princess of Hill Stations,” so you can imagine how lovely it is when it rains. This place, nestled in the Palani Hills, has several lakes to visit. Boating is a popular pastime among visitors to this location. The weather remains calm here, so you won’t have to worry in that regard.



Goa is well-known for its beaches and party-loving culture. During the monsoon season, however, Goa’s environment becomes even more appealing.

A cloudy sky enhances the beauty of the harbor. Dolphin shows and casinos are also open. You can still try your luck there if you’re feeling lucky.

You can also visit Baga Beach and participate in thrilling water sports.

Maharashtra’s Lonavala

Maharashtra's Lonavala, Visit during the Monsoon Season

If you’re in the vicinity of Mumbai, you should visit Lonavala. Although it is already a popular tourist destination, it becomes even more appealing during the monsoon season.

The delicious Chikkis sold in Lonavala is a must-try on any trip to the city. Also, don’t miss the stunning waterfall near Bushi Dam.

Rajasthan’s capital-Jaipur.

Rajasthans Jaipur, Visit in India during the Monsoon Season

Jaipur, Rajasthan’s capital, is known for its royal heritage and palaces. Those palaces are much more beautiful in the dark sky of July and August.

This area is rich in historical and cultural significance. You can visit this place through the air.

And there are numerous attractions in the pink city. Visit the Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar or the Birla Mandir.

Meghalaya’s capital-Shillong-


Shillong receives the most rainfall in India, making it ideal for rain lovers.

Shillong’s wildlife is captivating enough to entice you to take photographs. The numerous waterfalls in the hills here will leave you speechless.

If you want to go trekking, you can do so by following the David Scott trail. It’s very well-liked.


Darjeeling (West Bengal)

It is well-known for its tea, but it is not the only explanation for this. Darjeeling is also a wonderful place to visit during the monsoon season.

Because of its position, it is  The Queen of Hills. If you enjoy nature, you will appreciate the lush greenery of this Bengali city.

You can take a cable car ride, engage in various adventure sports, and take photographs.

Every location listed in this article has something unique to give. So, what do you have to lose? Prepare your belongings, purchase your tickets, and make travel arrangements.

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