The Rain Gods have never been happier, and are blessing our country with huge splashes
of rain. Although this might be a reason for anguish for those who do not love
splitter-splatter, this might also be a reason for delight for those who dream of getting wet in
the rain. The rain brings joy to those who await to see the serenity of nature, the dancing
peacocks, the green mountains and hills, and most importantly the delight of the blooming
crops. Nonetheless, the rain is no bar to travelling. Here are the top 5 places that you can
plan a trip to if you do not mind getting a little blessed by the water that falls from heaven.

1. Lonavala, Maharashtra
If you are living in Mumbai and are looking for a place to pay a visit in the heavy
rains, then one place is not far away. Lonavala is a hill town at the outset of the
Sahyadri mountain ranges and is an ideal place for nature lovers. With the onset of
the monsoon, the majestic mountain range gets covered with greenery, picturesque
waterfalls and pleasant climate. Lonavala is a must visit for all monsoon lovers.
2. Goa
The paradise of Indian beaches surely is one of the must-visit places in monsoon.
Goa is the ideal place for those who plan to take on an adventure. With the sand
soaked in the rains, Goa becomes the perfect spot with many picturesque locations,
great weather and one will definitely love some Goan delicacies in the subtle
atmosphere. This weather will be a delight to all the adventure sports lovers out there
as the amazing weather and environment will take the thrill to a whole new level.
3. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu
Often known as the “Princess of Hill Stations”, Kodaikanal is definitely a treat to the
eyes and soul of a nature lover. Situated in the Palani Hills of the Western Ghat,
Kodaikanal offers lush green scenery and enticing waterfalls during the rainy season.
Kodaiakanal is perfect for trekking, boating and sight seeing.
4. Munnar, Kerala
This is another heavenly beauty of Southern India. Munnar in Kerala is truly a
paradise on Earth. This hill station is one of the favourite to visit during the
monsoons. The place is surrounded with silvery mist, lush green hills, vast tea
gardens, epic greenery and a pleasant atmosphere. This place also serves as the
resting spot of many birds travelling South, hence this place is a delight for bird
watchers too.
5. Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir
The primary reason to visit Ldakh during the monsoon is due to the Ladakh Festival
which takes place from 17th September to 27th September. With its numerous
mountain passes, crystal clear lakes and majestic snow covered mountains, the
place is sure to leave its visitors enchanted. The monastery visit is a must too.


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