Everybody wants to travel to get relief from this busy lifestyle. For this whole year, they made many plans. Due to personal reasons, cannot achieve this. If you had planned for the summer season and you are not able to go. Because of the Corona period or any other reason. There is nothing to worry about. Today we will provide you with detailed information about where to go during the monsoon season in North India and give some travel tips.
Monsoon In North India
Monsoon is the season of color, happiness, and brightness. In north India, the period of July to September comes under monsoon. This is the time of saying bye! to hot summer days and welcome to the rainy season. Monsoon season is good for some areas where Some people find this terrifying. It is caused by flooding and landslides.
You must be aware of the recent tragedy in Dharamsala. Where many people lost their lives and hundreds became homeless. This is happening in Dharamshala for the first time. So plan your trip accordingly. Now question is that what time is best to roam your favorite place in this rainy season. The answer is to check the weather condition and plan accordingly. You can get stuck in rain. Now the time to tell you where you can go in Monsoon?
Places to visit In North India Monsoon-
Chail is a beautiful and mind-blowing place in Shimla. This is most popular among tourists inside or outside of the country. Additionally, this place is world-famous for having the world’s highest cricket stadium. The surrounding is calm and peaceful and pleasant. During the monsoon a cloudy sky and green valley make this valley appear pleasing to the eye. More places to visit here like Chail cricket stadium, wildlife sanctuary, kali ka Tibba, and palace.
How to reach Chail
By Air-Jubbarhatti is the closest airport which is 62 km from Chail. You can book taxis or buses from here.
By Train– You can enjoy Kalka to Shimla toy train and take a direct bus or book a taxi.
By Bus – Chail is a popular hill station among visitors. After reaching Shimla you take a local bus or taxi to get here.
2)Shimla Himachal Pradesh
Shimla is a world-famous North India hill station during monsoon. The beauty of Shimla is unique whole the year. During monsoon, Shimla looks green and amazing. You can enjoy a wonderful toy train journey from Kalka to Shimla. The toy train journey through the lush green forest and admiring the clouds takes you to a different exciting world.
3)Pahalgam Jammu & Kashmir
Pahalgam is an amazing hill station situated in Jammu & Kashmir. This village is known for its natural beauty. During the monsoon, its lush green mountain and fir tree add plus point to its beauty. The snow-covered mountain from this village is marvelous. During the Kedarnath yatra, a thousand pilgrims gather in Pahalgam to receive divine blessings.
Places to visit in Pahalgam
Some famous place to visit in Pahalgam is Betab valley, Mamal temple, Sheshnag lake, and Baisaran Hills.
4)Valley Of Flower Uttarakhand
Valley of the flower is the best North India place to visit in the monsoon. This is one of the world heritage sites. During Monsoon the beauty of this valley further emerges. Your eyes will feel soothed as you gaze at the view. A colorful flower garden covered by captivating clouds surrounds the area, causing it to be analgesic. These valleys are the home of many Wildlife animals like the snow leopard.
More places to visit here are
Hemkund sahib and Hemkund lake.
Harsil is situated on the Uttarakhand bank of Bhagirathi near the Gangotri river. This is the untouched spot in the Uttarakhand tourism destination list. The place is known for its unbeatable beauty and paregoric view. Harsil is like a meditation place for Sadhu-Sant and others.
Who hasn’t heard of Manali? Everyone is well known about Manali, right? It is unlikely that anyone is unfamiliar with Manali Hill Station. Everyone will be mesmerized by its immense beauty. Here you can perform many adventurous activities like Zorbing, mountain cycling, Zipline, Paragliding, River rafting, and trekking, etc.
Dharamshala is the most famous hill station to visit in north India during the monsoon. Thousand of tourists come here to admire the beauty of the hills. Here you can see an eye-soothing view and glimpse of Tibbet culture. The famous place to visit here is Mcleodganj market, Bhahgsu Nag temple and waterfall, Dharamshala cricket stadium, the famous Triund trek, and many more ultimate sites.
Read More-Dharamshala Tourism Destination
Ladakh is the most visited place in India in terms of adventure. We can say Ladakh is a land of adventure. Even in the monsoon season, it rains very little here compared to other parts of North India. Ladakh does not remain the same as the rest of the year during this season. This season, Leh Ladakh shows off its colorful look.
You can see the green mountains, the cultivation of vegetables, and the production of dry fruits here. The beauty of this place is enhanced by the presence of the Alpine trees.
There is a Buddhist temple in Ladakh that can give you peace. Overall, you can easily leave here for weeks. Here you can do trekking mountain biking, river rafting.
Khajjiar is known as the mini Switzerland of Himachal Pradesh. Well, this is the well-known and most visited site of Himachal Pradesh. Many of you have visited here already, and most of the visitors have a dream to visit here once. This place is surrounded by dense deodar trees and a beautiful floating lake center of the ground. More places to visit here are Kalatop wildlife sanctuary, Dalhousie, Chamba Chogan, jot Chamba, etc.
Udaipur is known for its lakes. Monsoon season adds a plus point to the beauty of Udaipur. It is the time to say goodbye to hot summer and welcoming the monsoon. Peacock is dancing here. The view of Udaipur surrounded by Aravali mountain is calmative. Lake palace situated in the center of Pichola lake is nothing less than a miracle. This can be said that this is the best time to visit Rajasthan.
Tips Always keep in mind while planning a trip
- First of all, you need to decide where to go.
- Decide the length of the trip.
- Planned according to your pocket.
- If you planning a solo trip, then check your skills how you will survive.
- Check your camping skills also if you planned solo camping.
- Don’t choose too far a place for a camp, if you are alone.
- Start saving and book your flight.
- Book your hotel in advance. Check all reviews about their services and safety.
- Plan all activities in advance, what are you going to do during the trip?
- Health insurance is a must if you are traveling outside your country.