Places To Visit in August in India

India has three different seasons and August falls right in the middle of the rainy season in the country. Which means that planning a trip in August can be really fun for those who love rain and has no problem in getting drenched with sudden precipitations. In most of the regions in India, August is all about perfectly comfortable weather because of the rainfall and lush greeneries all around.

Even though it’s considered to be the off-season for tourists in India, you can still go ahead with your travel plans in August. Furthermore, there isn’t anything called bad weather and if you have the right attitude of a traveler and carrying the best-suited clothing, even the rainy season of August can be the best time for traveling for you. To start with, you can fall in love with the bliss that monsoon offers at Udaipur in Rajasthan. Besides, the architectural wonders drenched in rain in Jaipur, Jodhpur and Bikaner also present a unique spectacle.  

There are a number of places to visit in August in India. And quite surprisingly, there are a few advantages of going on a holiday during this time of the year as well. Firstly, you can get the hotel and accommodations at a much-discounted price as it’s not the peak travel season. This makes August a great time to travel for the backpackers. Secondly, you can very well enjoy the beauty of most of the places without the crowds and different tourists around. So, in case you were thinking about where to go on holiday in August, Indian Visit can help you out in the best possible way.

The best month for getting the benefits of Ayurvedic treatments in Kerala  is surely August. Apart from rejuvenating the senses, planning a trip to ‘God’s Own Country’ in this month treats you to the best sights and sounds. Exploring Varkala, Kannur, Wayanad  or Munnar is an amazing option. Sailing across the backwaters in Kumarakom on traditional houseboats won’t disappoint you either.

To spiritually awaken your senses, you can embark on the holy Amarnath Yatra in Kashmir. Or else, to feel the adrenaline rush, one can head towards Zanskar in Leh Ladakh. For seclusion seekers, Pahalgam is surely the place to be.

The love for the mountains in the monsoon can also be treasured at Spiti Valley, Dharamshala or Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh. Make your monsoon holidays more exciting by exploring a number of places to visit in Uttarakhand. Quaint hill towns namely Mussoorie, Almora, Kausani and Nainital get a new life during the rainy season. Therefore, visiting these popular hill stations soothes the senses. A trek to the Valley of Flowers also bestows with amazing experiences.     

August is the time for the monsoon to set in every corner of the country. So, this fact is enough to set your imagination free to all those places that you were not able to visit before. The list includes Khajuraho and Mandu in Madhya Pradesh and Dudhsagar Falls in Goa as well. Hence, you shouldn’t hesitate to plan a holiday this time as this versatile nation has a place to explore for every season, every mood and all kinds of budget. And what else should you look for when the monsoon is enough to create the most right kind of ambiance everywhere around?

Sipping a hot cup of tea amidst scenic tea estates in Darjeeling in West Bengal is one of the best things you can do it in monsoon. Kalimpong is also an interesting option, you can visit to soak in the ethereal charm. Cherrapunji, Mawlynnong or Mawsynram in Meghalaya breathe a new life in you. Aizawl in Mizoram and Gangtok in Sikkim are ideal places to plan your honeymoon in India in monsoon.

A paradise for trekkers, Lonavala in Maharashtra is blissful beyond description. Panchgani and Mahabaleshwar are two other places where you can satiate your wanderlust in monsoon. Pachmarhi in Madhya Pradesh also offers ample opportunities to enjoy some ‘Me’ time.

From Kodaikanal, Ooty, Yercaud to the southernmost tip of Tamil Nadu, Kanyakumari, innumerable hill towns urge you to visit here often. It also feels like heaven in Coorg, Agumbe or Chikmagalur in Karnataka  at this time of the year. Pondicherry is definitely the best destination to end the trip and create memories that last forever.

This is the month of admiring lush green mountains, beautiful sunsets, crystal clear waters that reflect the vibrant greeneries all around and not to miss, the sky-high waterfalls. In case you have already started imagining yourself amidst these, it’s high time that you just buck up and book your tickets! It’s time that you hold your horses and find some of the best places to vacation in August from our website and book a package which is suiting all your needs the best.

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