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Top 9 Monsoon destinations that awaits you this season

Monsoon is here once again, and so is the time to book an ultimate gateway to some of the most magical destinations, drenched in the magical hues during the monsoon season. So, if you are looking for a getaway but can’t decide which destination to head on to, then here is your list of top Indian monsoon destinations you need to consider for your monsoon getaway. Let’s have a look at some of the top options:

Kutch, Gujarat:


Kutch is simply magical during monsoon, with the most surreal horizon created by the never ending desert plain. Located to the north-west side of Gujarat, the white desert is totally submerged in water as Gujarat starts to experience downpour. A visit to Kutch during the monsoon is simply the most dreamlike escape you are ever going to experience with Special Gujarat Tour packages.

Things to do: Cultural programmes at Dhordo, moon light camel safari.

Jim Corbett National Park:

Jim Corbett National Park

A popular weekend spot, Jim Corbett National park is another great destination to consider during your monsoon trip. The famous national park located in the state of Uttarakhand is a perfect destination for a family trip, a weekend escape with your friends, or a wildlife trip near about Delhi.

Things to do: Wildlife Safari, Trekking, Garjiya Devi Temple, and Corbett Falls.

Udaipur, Rajasthan:

Lake Pichola

Udaipur has established itself as a popular & vibrant destination. Home to the famous Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake, Udaisagar Lake, Doodh Talai Lake, and Lake Badi, the city of lakes becomes lively during monsoon making it more picturesque & magical as ever. Plan your monsoon trip to this part Rajasthan & relish the great Rajasthani cuisines, shop around at the local markets, and pay a call to the famous attractions like City Palace, Jag Mandir, and Shiv Niwas Palace.

Bishnupur, West Bengal:

Bishnupur, West Bengal

Named after the Hindu God “Vishnu”, the history of the town of Bishnupur dates back to 694 AD. Famous for its terracotta temples, baluchari saris, rich culture, music, pottery, weaving, and metal craft called ‘Dokra’, Bishnupur grabs attention with the very first glimpse. Moreover, the town is also blessed with a lot of greenery and natural beauty which becomes lively during the monsoon season. An idyllic destination for a relaxing holiday away from the bustling city life, visit this part of Bengal if you are looking for a wonderful escape.

Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu:

Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

Heralded as the “Princess of Hill Stations”, Kodaikanal is a mystic retreat which can be best explored during the monsoon season. Blessed with an unparallel natural beauty, Kodaikanal entices a lot of travelers to experience the serene natural beauty, plush greenery, and idyllic weather during monsoon.

Malshej Ghat, Maharashtra:

Malshej Ghat, Maharashtra

Located at distance of few kilometers from Mumbai, the Malshej Ghat is a great destination for an escape during monsoon. Home to the most bewitching natural beauty, a great range of waterfalls, and pleasant climate, Malshej Ghat is a noteworthy destination to consider for an escape during the monsoons.

Munnar, Kerala:


When it comes to heart throbbing natural beauty, and a rare aura, nothing can beat Kerala. The hill station of Munnar is a dream comes true for many with its mystic aura, breathtaking greenery, gushing waterfalls, and majestic mountain ranges. A paradise in itself, Munnar leaves you startled with the very first glimpse.

Andaman & Nicobar Islands:

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

The Andaman & Nicobar Islands attracts a lot of honeymooners & adventure sport seekers to its picturesque landscape. With the most pristine beaches, scenic backdrop, and varied options to consider for island hopping, Andaman Nicobar is a great destination to consider for your monsoon break with best Andaman & Nicobar packages.

So, what else are you waiting for? Plan your escape with Honeymoon Bug now and travel to some of the most wonderful Indian destinations.


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