Updated: Jul 22, 2018
The onset of the rainy season in India has brought in a respite from the scorching summer heat. With the weather turning cool and pleasant, the landscape is about to change. Waterfalls, rivers and lakes will soon be filled to the brim and overflow. The landscape will become refreshing and verdant. With monsoon adding to natural beauty, it won't be an exaggeration to say some parts of the country will turn into magical dreamlands.
Though monsoon travel is jot everyone's cup of tea, if you are really up for an awe-inspiring travel experience, then you just visit these stunning Indian destinations in July for a magical monsoon.
The slice of paradise Ladakh is one of the best destinations of visit in July. Located in the rain shadow of the Himalayas in Kashmir, the weather is just right at this time of the year to Visit Ladakh. There's a whole lot to do, explore and experience when in Ladakh. Right from the adventurous activities like biking, trekking and white-water rafting, to the leisure activities,like shopping and camel and yak rides, there's something for everyone.
Situated in the most picturesque location of Himachal Pradesh, Lahaul & Spiti is a truly stunning destination to visit. Most of the region falls in a rain shadow, therefore making this time of the year ideal for travelling, The stark landscape, azure rivers, lofty mountains, alpine lakes, beautiful monasteries and villages and friendly people all make it worthwhile trevelling to Lahaul and spiti this season.
Travelling to the stunningly beautiful north-eastern state of Meghalaya to relish the monsoon will be one of the best travel experience you will ever have. Visit the numerous waterfalls including Nohkalikai- the tallest plunge waterfall in India,Elephant falls,Krang Shuri Falls, go boating in the pristine Umiam lake or explore the numerous trails slicing through the surrounding forest.
One of the most favourite weekend gateways of the Mumbai and Pune crowd, the charming hill station of Lonavala is a must-visit in monsoon. Pleasant throughout the year, the refreshing and cold monsoon adds charm to its beauty. Blessed with abundant natural beauties, one can thoroughly enjoy the numerous monsoon treks strewn in this region of the Western Ghats, including Rajmachi, Lohgad and Visapur Fort.