We all become very bored by staying one place for a long time and from our day-to-day daily life, at that time we need change and rejuvenation, here is the monsoon with a welcome change, waterfalls, lively climate and lots of greenery so go on and explore these places…
About 690 km from Delhi.
This is my favorite one, Udaipur is the heart of Rajasthan everything about this place disposes royalty you can breath it in its air, rain here has special softness and joy though it lacks heavy rainfall here but soft and gentle showers changes its color and fill its air with romance. Palaces luxury hotels and its culture is the main attraction of Udaipur you can’t stop yourself feel like royal 👑 ,Udaipur is also known as city of lakes which was made by maharajas for jail vihars .
Things to to ; visit city palace, vintage car museum, ambrai, monsoon palace, savage garden, and yes boat rides in lake pichola with a glittering view of Taj lake palace and Udai vilas palace.
Solitude one word for this.
About 280 km from Mumbai and 120 km from Pune.
Mahabaleshwar is a hill station situated in the sahyadri mountain range and have conserved few rain forest of India .The best thing about this place is its breathtaking scenery and waterfall in its way to reach, here you can find peace of mind from daily chaos of concrete jungles
Attraction of this place is its amazing scenic beauty, pratapgarh fort, shiva temple, sangam temple of five rivers known as panch Ganga temple and Lingmala waterfall.
About 600 km from Mumbai.
Goa’s name is sufficient in itself to attract travelers it fills you up with its electrifying energy so please don’t stay away from its off-season tag because it has a lot to offer, you get the chance to fully enjoy its beauty come and enjoy the monsoon in Goa it becomes lush green with the combination of modern luxury and serene greenery with emerald-green paddy fields you can enjoy the power of strong sea waves and its grey beaches and also you can get budgetary accommodation in renowned hotels and resorts if you are lucky.
Things to do: can relish culinary dishes ,dudhsagar falls on the Mandori river different beaches, famous market places and last but not the least Kokum syrup you will certainly love it
About 340 km from Mumbai
ganpatiphule is the little village comes under the district Ratnagiri this is a village basically colonized by fishermen community its biggest attraction is its Ganpati temple which gives it’s name Ganpatiphule and its pristine sand beaches with strong waves and the most important things is it ,it is far away from crowd and hoardes
Things to do; Can visit Konkani museum, ganpatiphule beach, malgund, jaigarh and ratnadurga fort n don’t miss relishing Maharashtrian thali with sol kadi.
Almora ,Uttrakhand .
About 350 km from Delhi.
Once the summer capital of Chanda dynasty, Almora is the heart of Kumaon region it is free from chaos, now a days Almora becomes favorite tourist destination its stepped terraces and rolling hills offers a lot with pictersque and spectacular view of Himalaya specially at sunrise and sunset.
Things to do; you can enjoy calm and peaceful environment, lal bazar, bright end corner famous for its fantastic sunset n also you can explore neighboring Binsar’s untouched wildlife scantuary having barking deer, musk deer, species of birds and flying squirrels, zero point amazes you with its panorama of kumaoni Himalaya.
So I hope you all will enjoy it go explore these places and share your experiences here ….