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Monsoon destinations in India

Imagine early morning fog carpeting the Western Ghats, the smell of wet leaves surrounding you in Darjeeling and the sky and sea turning different shades of blue and grey at the beaches—the Monsoon brings out a completely different side to some of India’s popular travel destinations.
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Konkan

A shoreline running southward from Mumbai all the way to Goa, the Konkan coast is a picturesque strip of land peppered with postcard beaches...

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Darjeeling

Surrounded by tea plantations and set against a backdrop of jagged white Himalayan peaks, Darjeeling is nestled away in the northern regions...

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Meghalaya

Separating the Assam valley from the plains of Bangladesh, hilly Meghalaya is often called the ‘abode of clouds’. During monsoons, this cool...

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Coorg

Spread out across the Western Ghats, the misty valley of Coorg is enveloped in emerald landscapes and acres of plantation.

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Ladakh

Ladakh, lying on the northern tip of India’s frontiers, is truly unparalleled in its majestic beauty. Terrifying mountain passes, thin air, ...

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Goa

Goa is home to miles and miles of scenic beaches, swaying coconut palms, old colonial heritage, Portuguese buildings, delicious cuisine and an easy-going, laid back atmosphere.

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Pondicherry | Puducherry

Spending monsoons in Pondicherry is like visiting the French Riviera. The rains lash this coastal town incessantly during the monsoon months...

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Kerala

The rich vegetation, biological diversity and gentle pace of village life in the backwaters beckon all kinds of travellers to Kerala.

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Rajasthan

Steeped in tales of chivalry and romance and famous for its striking desert landscape, massive forts and fantastic palaces, Rajasthan represents the quintessential India of yore.

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