These places are special to visit in monsoon, make plans today

There are many beautiful and nature-filled places in India to visit in monsoon, but you can also visit the places mentioned by us. Although every city has its own natural spots. Let’s know which are those beautiful places, where you can go and enjoy the natural views.

1. Lonavala, Mumbai: It is impossible to live without mentioning Lonavla during the rainy season. Most people visit Lonavala only during the rainy season. This is a mountainous area in which you will get to see beautiful waterfalls and beautiful valleys. The average temperature of Lonavala during monsoon is 25 degree Celsius. It is at a distance of about 89 kilometers from Mumbai.

2. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu: Kodaikanal is located in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. This place is also known as ‘Princess of Hill Station’. You can do many fun activities like boating and trekking here. Also you can enjoy many waterfalls, ponds and greenery. You will find the nearest station to go to Kodaikanal is Madurai.

4. Coorg, Karnataka: Coorg Hills station or Kodagu tourist place is present in the Indian state of Karnataka. This is the best place to see nature closely. You can visit many beautiful places like waterfalls, coffee plantations and ponds in this place. Also the food of this place is very tasty. You can also meet elephants here.

Munnar hill station

5. Munnar, Kerala: Monsoon arrives in India only from the coast of Kerala. Munnar is a Malayalam word meaning confluence of three rivers. This place is very peaceful and romantic. The average temperature of this place is 20 degree Celsius.

6. Dioriya Tal: There are many beautiful places in Uttarakhand. You can also go to Nainital but Deoria Tal is less crowded and a good place to visit in monsoon. The view from this lake situated on the ascent near the small villages of Mastura and Sari in Uttarakhand is very attractive.

7. Bhedaghat: Here you will see the river Narmada flowing between two mountains of white marble. This place called Bhedaghat near Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh is also famous for Dhuandhar waterfall. Its shade is unique and the sound of falling water is heard far away. The thrill of boating in Narmada is something else. The Narmada is in spate during the rains. You can also visit a place called Pachmarhi in Madhya Pradesh.

8. Chitrakoot: Chitrakoot is made up of five villages. Some part of it comes in Uttar Pradesh and some in Madhya Pradesh. The beautiful natural sites here, flowing waterfalls, dense forests, chirping birds and flowing rivers are like a heaven for monsoon and nature lovers. Chitrakoot falls in the Satna district of Madhya Pradesh, while Chitrakoot Dham falls in Uttar Pradesh.

9. Ranchi : Ranchi is called the city of waterfalls. Countless waterfalls flow here in the district. Jonha Falls is particularly popular in Ranchi, which is located in the local village Jonha, 45 km from Ranchi on the Purulia Highway. Apart from this, Hundru Falls, Dasham Falls, Sita Falls, Panchghagh and Hirani Falls are also worth seeing here.

10. Banaras: This ancient city situated on the banks of the Ganges is also known as Varanasi and Kashi. One of the twelve Jyotirlingas is the most special Shivling here. When it rains here, a beautiful view of the Ganga is created. It is very beautiful and ancient city. It becomes even more beautiful in monsoon.

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