Please disable Ad Blocker before you can visit the website !!!
View : 1069 Click : 0

Best Places to Visit in Monsoon from Delhi

by jaypee_moderator   ·  11 months ago   ·  
Best Places to Visit in Monsoon from Delhi

Monsoons bring with them the bitter-sweet blend of chaos in some and magic in some places. But travel enthusiasts love to focus on the beautiful part of this lovely season which sees nature turning into scenic paintings. The lush green scenery, piping hot street food and basking in the lap of nature away from the city hustle sounds too good to be true, right? However, if you are a Delhi resident or planning to spend monsoon in Delhi, you can absolutely have a slice of this dream! There are some of the best places to visit in the monsoon from Delhi that will fill your heart and camera with memories. But first, bookmark this list for next time when you are confused about places to visit in the rainy season from Delhi. 

  1. Kasauli

    In just a five-hour scenic drive from the national capital, you will reach this beautiful tiny hill town in Himachal Pradesh. Trekkers can choose to hike on the trails here including the popular dense Gilbert trail.  Timber trail is another stunning experience. For those who are seeking comfort instead of adventure, there’s the fun toy train ride snaking through the rich green valleys. Another reason why Kasauli is one of the best places to visit in monsoon is the gorgeous scenic points atop the hill. A Kasauli brewery visit is also a must while you’re here for your monsoon getaway. 

  2. Mussoorie

    Visiting Mussoorie while it snows is beautiful but experiencing Mussoorie in monsoon is simply magical. If you’re looking for the best places to visit in the rainy season near Delhi, there’s no better option than Mussoorie. Enjoy the blissful scenery of Uttarakhand by exploring some of the easy hikes and walks in nature. You can also visit the Benog Wildlife Sanctuary for a refreshing vibe. Mussoorie Lake, Kempty Waterfalls and Company Garden are some of the best places to hang out in the season. Experience an unforgettable stay at Jaypee Residency Manor, a luxurious resort where you can swim in the indoor heated swimming pool. Foodies can go around tasting the best munchies in the cafes inside and can stay in opulent rooms opening to breathtaking hill views. Wake up to the mesmerising views of the clouds settling down on the hilltops, and enjoy the cool weather on the outside. 

  3. Jim Corbett National Park

    Jim Corbett National Park
    If you’re scouting for some relaxing places to visit in rainy season, the Jim Corbett National Park is the destination. Discover the exotic wildlife and abundance of flora and fauna in the monsoon. The forest gets a tinge of freshness due to the showers and makes it a delightful place to explore. A popular monsoon activity to do here is rafting in the Kosi River. While some of the areas are restricted due to rain, you will love to explore the jungle in the Sitabani and Jhirna zones. Jeep safaris, and elephant safaris amid the greenery embedded with full water bodies will leave you awestruck. If you want to give the crowd a miss, Jim Corbett is one of the quietest places to visit in monsoon. 

  4. Agra

    If you’re bored of the monsoon in Delhi, try escaping to the historic city of Taj! Agra is an architectural marvel and a place full of historical tales. Monsoons let you explore all these monuments and structures amid relatively lesser tourists. The world-famous Taj Mahal is open for visitors even during the monsoons. From famous petha to stuffy hot parathas, delicious jalebis and spicy tikkas and traditional warm Bedai; Agra brings a range of street food options to you in the monsoon. Live life like royals at Jaypee Palace Hotel & Convention Centre built of red marble and sandstone. Here you can explore aesthetic eateries with unique food preparation, relaxing spa resort, rich ambience and many amusement options. 

  5. Lansdowne

    One of the best places to visit in rainy season is undoubtedly, Lansdowne, a picturesque army town in Uttarakhand. The place is best known for the rainy treks, hikes and nature walks amidst the enchanting greenery all around. Camping, bird watching and visiting ancient churches have to be on your to-do list while in Lansdowne. The Kalaghar tiger reserve is home to many wild animals and also presents an eye-pleasing scenery. Do not forget to visit the most-revered Garhwal Rifle Regiment War Memorial devoted to the Indian army. Stays at Lansdowne mostly offer beautiful hill and valley views, making it a calming getaway. 

Take a break from the monsoon in Delhi and visit these beautiful locations full of striking places to explore. If you head to Agra or Mussoorie, don’t forget to check out our gorgeous 5 star resorts in Agra and Mussoorie. With a luxurious setting and prompt hospitality, you will enjoy a truly delightful monsoon getaway. 

Read Also – Experience Lovely Weekend Trips Near Delhi NCR

Leave a Reply

View : 1069 Click : 0