10 Spectacular Destinations in India During Monsoon -Ngtraveller

10 Spectacular Destinations in India During Monsoon -Ngtraveller

The monsoon is one of the best times of the year to experience the beauty of every exotic part of India offering ecstasy, beauty and heavenly pleasure when on vacation. Although it is not very safe for people to travel during the monsoon, the rain has the magical spell to make your fear more adventurous.

The lush greenery of the mountains, lakes brimming with sparkling water, and driving around the waterfall create a heavenly spectacle that is hard to resist. You will find a list of top 10 amazing places to visit during monsoon in India that looks more exciting during this time.

  • Shillong, Meghalaya
  • Coorg, Karnataka
  • Goa
  • Munnar, Kerala
  • Udaipur, Rajasthan
  • Spiti Valley, Himachal Pardesh
  • Pondicherry
  • Darjeeling
  • Jog Falls, Karnataka
  • Mount Abu, Rajasthan

Shillong, Meghalaya

When it comes to the best places to visit during the monsoon, Shillong, also known as the "Scotland of the East", is one of the best travel destinations in India during this season. The captivating beauty becomes even more magical when the entire mountain city is submerged in the rain. The misty clouds, with lush greenery around and thundering waterfalls with beautiful views, could definitely be the best reason to visit Shillong, Meghalaya. All you need for a vacation is to walk the road around the hills and stay in comfortable nearby hotels with great views, visit Elephant Falls, Spread Eagle Falls, and sample local delicacies. The nearest airport and train station are in Guwahati, Assam, 149 km away.

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Coorg, Karnataka

The dense jungle is covered with a variety of flora and fauna, making it an even more romantic destination during the monsoons. Enchanting waterfalls, lakes, vast coffee plantations and delicious cuisine to your liking are some of the reasons why you consider it one of the best places to visit in Monsoon. Trekking, bird watching, horseback riding, and a coffee growing tour are some of the options you can enjoy when you are in Coorg.

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A 5 hour road trip from Bangalore (270 km) is definitely a great idea, especially if you want to enjoy a fascinating view in the rain, however the closest airports are Mysore at 120 km, Mangalore at 135 km and Bangalore at 260 km.


Goa is definitely a great attraction at any time of the year, but the monsoons in Goa will blow you away. The land of beaches becomes beautiful during the monsoon season with endless views of the sea and other breathtaking landscapes. An ideal place for all nature lovers during the rainy season, where you can go trekking, heritage tours, shopping, bird watching, etc. A road trip from Mumbai to Goa is the best adventure you need. Apart from that, you can go there via Goa International Airport in Dabolim.

Munnar, Kerala

South India looks so beautiful with lush greenery and seeing it get drenched in rain definitely makes it one of the best places to visit in the rainy season. Munnar will surely give you a great view with all of that, with silver mist, vast tea gardens, hills, etc., this hill station has become one of the favorite tourist spots in India during monsoons due to its beauty.

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The crowd free city of Munnar is known for its hiking trails, sightseeing, tea gardens, hypnosis with natural bliss, and enjoying delicious Kerala cuisine. It takes about 3 hours via NH49 road from Cochin, the nearest train station is Aluva and Ernakulam, the nearest airport is Cochin, 110 km and Madurai international airport, 140 km.

Udaipur, Rajasthan

During the monsoon, this place flourishes with more greenery around the lakes and places, making for a totally large, rain-soaked landscape. The beauty of Fateh Sagar Lake becomes very captivating during this time. A boat ride in the rain with your partner feels romantic with these royal architectural features. For heritage lovers, the seasonal climate is pleasant to visit all the sites such as City Palace, Monsoon Palace and Lake Palace. The Udaipur railway station and the Maharana Pratap airport in Dabok provide easy access to the main city.

Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh

One of the most exotic places in India to visit during the monsoon season, the Spiti Valley has become very popular with people who love the serene and mystical atmosphere of “Little Tibet”. Definitely a great place to camp and watch wildlife, and the rain makes it even more magical. Lhalung Monastery will give you a calming effect if you are looking for it. The nearest train station is in Shimla and the nearest airport is Kullu Airport in Kullu.


One of the perfect places for beach lovers, the perfect Pondicherry postcard looks magical in the rain. With its old world charm, the city looks perfect surrounded by beautiful villas, old colonial houses, cobbled streets and some cafes and bars close to the sea. Tasting French delicacies in the rain is definitely great for foodies. For those who love to party, Pondicherry offers several places to enjoy themselves, and for others, shopping near the market areas and walking along the quiet and wild beaches brings instant joy. Villupuram is the nearest train station, 35 km away, and if you want adventure, go to Chennai and take a road trip to Pondicherry.


No matter how often you visit, Darjeeling has its own timeless charm. The Queen of the Hills is one of the best places to visit in the rainy season that is right in the foothills of the Himalayas. A visit to a tea plantation and a ride on the toy train become more satisfying during the monsoon. When heavy rains occur during the monsoon season, it is best to enjoy the wonderful view from the comfortable hotel rooms. New Jalpaiguri is the closest railway station connecting major Indian cities such as Kolkata, Delhi, Guwahati, Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Bhubaneshwar, and Cochin. A direct flight from Kolkata is another option you can take.

Jog Falls, Karnataka

If you are a nature lover then the sight of Jog falling into the monsoon feels like paradise to you. Surrounded by lush vegetation, the beauty of this waterfall is further enhanced. It is a very popular place for travelers to drive to during the rainy season. Dabbe Falls, Tunga Anicut Dam, Tiger Reserve, Sharavati River, etc. are some of the attractions that you can enjoy once you visit this place. The falls are located 430 km from Bangalore, which takes about 6 hours by car.

Mount Abu, Rahasthan

This is a small hill station in the middle of the desert state of Rajasthan. During the monsoon season, the white marble temples of Dilwara near Mount Abu. In rain, all the temples located at the top of Guru Shekhar, the highest point of Mount Abu, become a real attraction. In the monsoon season, Lake Nakki becomes more beautiful, along with the sunset point that draws attention to most romantic people. The closest domestic airport is in Udaipur.

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