5 Best Monsoon Escapes in India

Monsoon is a time of continuous downpour. The restless mind grows tired of the endless pitter-patter, the roads muddy and the air heavy with excess moisture. But there are places that can make you forget the gloomy monsoon. Pack your bags and get ready to visit the 5 most exclusive monsoon escapes in India.

Malshej Ghat (Maharashtra):

This hill station has attracted numerous tourists from all over India for its fascinating natural beauty. Nature’s grandeur is seen in the waterfalls, lakes and the mystic and rugged mountainous. An apt place for nature lovers, this hill station is 700 metres above sea level. Lose yourself in the lush greenery of Malshej Ghat.


Monsoon is a time to enjoy the beauty of nature. Goa brings you closer to nature when you visit the Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary. The animals and birds in the mini zoo of Bondla and the deer safari give children the excitement of seeing the variety of nature’s colours and creatures. Nights are made beautiful by live musicians at the Baga Beach.

The Valley of Flowers (Uttarakhand):

This is one place which you never forget. The Valley of Flowers which consists of more than 300 species of flowers is about 21, 900 metres above the sea level.The valley is open for visitors from June till September. The exotic sight of molten glaciers in seen here.

Coorg (Karnataka):

Enjoy nature with the essence of the southern lifestyle. Coorg is a hill station that is located on the Western Ghats. Coffee plantations, hills and waterfalls are pleasures for the eyes. The local cuisine and the traditional treatment and hospitality are pleasures to be felt and enjoyed. The Jog falls is one place that tourists never miss.

Rasa (Rajasthan):

This is a place adjacent to Amer Fort. The modern accommodation of the Devi Resort group provides you with comfort and the rocky landscape can be enjoyed wonderfully. Active tourists can go trekking, biking and watch birds. The colour of Rajasthan never leaves your memory. Enjoy Rajasthan during the monsoons when the heat becomes tolerable.

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Written by Ranja

A book editor and a content writer, my first love has always been to write. I'm also a romantic at heart and love dwelling in my own world of imagination.

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