4. Shillong | Meghalaya
If you’re someone who REALLY loves the rain, then head to Meghalaya in India’s northeast region. The “Abode of the Clouds”, this state is renowned for being the wettest place on earth, and Cherrapunji in particular! The state has an abundance of natural attractions, including ancient living root bridges. If you just want to chill and enjoy the beauty of nature from your balcony with a cup of coffee, this is perhaps the best place for you.
3. Ziro | Arunachal Pradesh
Ziro is famous for its picturesque landscapes. Though located in a valley, it is over 5500 feet above sea level and has stunning views of mountains all around. With rice fields throughout the valley and the mountains looming over it, the village almost seems like a bowl of vibrant green beauty. This place is almost untouched and is one of the best places to visit in India during July-August.
I know you have seen a lot of hill stations, but this one will change your entire concept. From food to life style, it seems like we are suddenly in a different part of the world.
2. Spiti Valley | Himachal Pradesh
Monsoon is off-season in Goa and this is a blessing in disguise. Goa is actually the most beautiful during the rains. While many of the beach shacks are shut, the beach still has an unusually attractive feel to it. The number of tourists is at a minimum during this time so there are plenty of places where you can find solitude. The greenery of the palm trees and rice fields add to the beauty of the place and make it spectacular.
If you are interested in trekking, you are in the perfect place. It is surrounded by the best trekking spots in India.
1. Ranikhet | Uttarakhand:
Ranikhet, one of the amazing hill station in Uttarakhand formerly Uttaranchal, situated in the northern part of India. Ranikhet, The picturesque location is surrounded by hills,blessed with a pleasant climate, lush green forests and famous for majestic views of great Himalayan Ranges. The mountains of Garhwal offers breath taking views of deep valleys, snow-capped mountains, dense forest and high-altitude lakes.The rolling hills of Garhwal Himalaya is paradise for nature lovers, Its valley of flower national park is well famous for meadows of endemic alpine flowers and the variety of flora. Apart from the above attraction the richly diverse area is also home for rare and endangered animals, including the Asiatic black bear, snow leopard and birds.
Avoid touristy places in this monsoon and explore the untouched.
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