Monsoon tourist attractions in India are simply innumerable and you will have a great time at these places. You might have already heard this sentence at multiple places and several times, isn’t it? But we are not going to repeat the same thing over and over again. Because India is a diverse country has many beautiful, splendid, adventurous places for people to visit and enjoy their time.
And when it comes to monsoon destinations in India you have a huge list of them. But what about the specific destination? Do we have any such places where people can simply go and enjoy in that very own place? If you were to ask me, I believe the list for this is also quite extensive.
From all over the country we bring to you a very meticulously designed list of places that could serve you the best during the rainy season. We assure you that these places are full of enchanting views and mesmerizing landscapes. All of them are true to their descriptions and leave the travelers asking for more.
Here are the best tourist places to visit during the monsoon in India
1. Aravalli Range
Now, let’s start the list with an obvious starter; and what makes us say that? Aravalli Range is in the state of Rajasthan and when it starts to rain, the temperature cools off. And then Rajasthan becomes a splendid destination for all kinds of travellers. If you were to visit anywhere in Aravalli Range, you can do that any time of the year.
People also plan their trips to the cities and hill stations in the range when the temperature starts to increase. People from Jaipur, Alwar, Gurgaon, and even Delhi make their plans here. But now you may ask what are the places where you can visit. Don’t worry, we are listing a few of them down under.
Places to visit in Aravalli Range- Mount Abu, Ranakpur, Achalgarh Village, Sajjangarh Palace,
2. Sajjangarh Monsoon Palace
The next best destination for you to visit is none other than Sajjangarh monsoon Palace which is located in Udaipur. This was once a hideout and leisure palace for the Kings of Udaipur. It is now turned into a key attraction of the lake city of India. Built in 1884, the monsoon Palace is situated on a hill top of Aravalli mountain giving an amazing view of the surrounding. But surely that was not the reason why it was built in the first place.
People can visit here between 6 AM to 8 PM every day, and there are a few basic things that you should keep in mind that we have listed below. The palace is built on the Bansdara Peak at an altitude of 3100 ft. above sea level.
|Location of the palace||Kodiyat, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313001|
|Timings of Sajjangarh Monsoon Palace||8:00 am – 6:00 pm (Monday to Sunday)|
|Entry Fee||For Indians- 10 INR per person
For Foreigners- 80 INR per person
For camera- 20 INR
|How to reach||Nearest Railway Station- Udaipur Railway Station
Nearest Airport- Maharana Pratap Airport
3. Western Ghats
From all the other places where you can visit in India during monsoon western, guards have to be there in the list for a lot of good reasons. This range covers the states of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Goa, Gujarat, Karnataka, and Kerala. These are the states in which the Western Ghats are present and the attractions where you can visit are yet again, innumerable.
It houses some of the most astonishing peaks, hills, hill stations, and destinations. During the monsoon, entire Ghats wear a beautiful green sheet leaving the visitors asking for more.
Places to visit in the Western Ghats: Anamudi, Doddabetta Peak, Kalsubai Peak, Cardamom Hills, Nilgiri Mountains, Kudremukh, Anaimalai Hills, and many more.
4. Dudhsagar Falls
As you might have already understood and we have already established the fact that Goa is one of the places where one can visit during monsoon, Dudhsagar fall is also an addition. It is one of the finest places to visit in India during the rainy season and surely one of the best around Goa. A lot of people plan their one-day trip to this destination and enjoy their heart out before returning to Goa.
Will you visit here, it’s going to be a rollercoaster ride for you because it’s not just the waterfall that amuses people but even the wildlife around. When you embark on your journey to visit the Falls, you will have to park your vehicle at the entrance of the national park and then take the forest car to the waterfall. People can enjoy trekking and hiking around the place and rejuvenating time around the waterfall.
|location||Madgaon-Belgaum railway route, Sonaulim, Goa|
|Timings||9 AM to 6 PM|
|Things to carry||
|Entry Fee||There are none|
5. Malshej Ghat
This is an interesting place to visit in India and is one of those destinations which satisfies the needs of all kinds of travellers. If you are an adventure lover this place would give you immense sports to enjoy. If you are a nature lover you have the entire hill station for yourself to please.
Even if you want to enjoy a rejuvenating trip to some place, you can still consider visiting here because be it a solo trip or a family trip- this place has everything you will desire of.
|Things to do in Malshej Ghat during Monsoon||
|Places to stay in Malshej Ghat during Monsoon||
|Places to visit near Malshej Ghat||
6. Lake Pichola
Mesmerizing, charming, beautiful, or breathtaking- whatever you may call it; Lake Pichola is a true gem. Located in the heart of Udaipur Lake Pichola makes for an interesting attraction to visit during the monsoon season.
It is not just the raw beauty of this place that would keep you mesmerized but even the activities that can be done here and around the lake. You will see a lot of people enjoying boat rides on the lake and designating themselves with the peaceful environment, the lake is a true picture of what we have described above.
If you want to take a boat ride keep in mind that it can be done between 10 AM and 5 PM. Also, there is no entry fee for the lake or the perimeter but you will have to pay for the boat ride.
|Location||Rameshwar Ghat, City Palace Complex, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313001|
|Timings||9 AM to 6 PM|
For adults- 400 INR per person
For children- 200 INR per person
For adults-700 INR per person
For children- 400 INR per person
All the places that we have mentioned above or more than just destinations or we should say I am more than just attractions. These places are a complete package for the visitors and they satisfy the hunger of all kinds of travellers. From solo trip makers to those who love visiting places with family or friends these places have a lot of activities and attractions around them to enjoy.
We believe that this list would help you in selecting a place that you will surely enjoy during the monsoon trip in India. We also assure you that these places would not pose any difficulties if you would want to visit them during the peak rainy season.
See Also: Places to visit in rainy season in India