Undeniably 10 Offbeat Monsoon Destinations In India.

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"Let's pack our bags and travel the world!"


Travel is a privilege, quite literally!

 

Who doesn't wish to go on vacation with their friends and families?

 

Monsoon holidaying is the real-time to witness the never-seen-before original beauty of the country. This monsoon gets equipped to travel to a few fascinating places you have never discovered it before. There are magnificent places in India which you shall propose to hit before you die.

 

Moments happen once, repeated in memories, so if you are purposing to go on a holiday in monsoon, then here are the top ten greatest budget-friendly places in India:

 

  1. Araku Valley, Andhra Pradesh

If you are planning to visit a hill station, then this place is ideal for you. Araku Valley is a hill station and valley region in the southeastern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh with the most significant views ever. Besides, if you also feel like exploring the culture, then you shall take a trip to this fascinating place.

 

How to reach?

Affordable trains are offering budget-friendly tickets from Visakhapatnam Junction starting from  800 INR. There are a few other trains as well.

 

Things to do:

Andhra Pradesh is one of the prettiest states in India. Araku valley which is positioned in A.P has a lot many breathtaking tourist places, like, Borra Caves, Ananthagiri, Chaparai, Duduma Waterfalls, Mastyagundam, Tyda Nature Camp, Tadimada Waterfalls.

 

For all the nature lovers out there, these are the best places you should catch a glance on. 

Meals and accommodation would go up to 1300, which is quite affordable.

 

Budget:

Well, you don't have to worry about your budget on this trip, book a ticket to this appealing destination for a couple of days, which will roughly cost you around 1300 INR (excluding the travel expenses).

 

Best time to visit: June to October and December to February.

 

 

  1. Jog Falls, Karnataka

The second-highest leap waterfall of India, these beautiful falls are a notable tourist attraction in Karnataka, the captivating view of which creates an unforgettable experience. It is positioned on the border of Shimoga and Uttara Kannada districts of Karnataka, and it is also known as Gerosappa falls.

 

How to reach?

Shimoga is the adjacent railway station. Trains from Bengaluru, Mysore, Chennai, Vasco do halt at the station. From the station, you can book a taxi to reach your destination. It will approximately take not more than 1000 INR to achieve your final goal.

Now, that's pretty affordable.

 

Things to do:

Karnataka has a broad mixture of culture. It is one of the best cities in India. Jog falls located in Karnataka near Shimoga. It is heaven on earth. Jog falls a lot of exciting places to explore, like, Jog Falls, Linganamakki Dam, Jog Falls View Point, Dabbe Falls, Sharavati Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Roarer Falls. If you want to want to encounter the best waterfalls of your life, then this is the soundest place.

Meals and accommodation would go up to 1000 to 1200 INR.

 

Budget:

It is yet the feasible trips of all time, and you don't have to worry about the budget, book a ticket for 2 to 3 days, which will hardly cost you around 1000 to 1200 INR (excluding the travel expenses).

 

Best time to visit: June to September

 

 

  1. Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya

Yet, another gorgeous destination to restore your enjoyment for waterfalls. The tallest plunge waterfall in India is none other than Nohkalikai Falls. It is located near Cherrapunji, which is one of the best places in India. It reveals the most picturesque and mind-blowing views of India.

It is a must-visit place once in a lifetime to experience the most prominent waterfalls of India. it is also known as being the wettest place on Earth

 

How to reach?

You can catch a train from Guwahati which is at a distance of 99 km from Cherrapunjee. Additionally, you can hire a taxi to reach Nohkalikai Falls. It will cost you around 800 to 1000 including the expenses to reach your final destination, which is moderately affordable.

 

Things to do:

Double Decker Living Root Bridge, Dain-Thlen Falls, Mawsmai Cave, Seven Sisters Falls, Arwah Cave, Mawjymbuin Cave, Eco Park, Kynrem Falls, Ka Khoh Ramhah, Thangkharang Park, Garden of Caves.

It is one of the best places to go on a day's vacay and spend the most exclusive time with your friends and family.

Meals and accommodation would go up to 1200 to 1500 INR.

 

Budget:

You don't have to worry about the money necessarily; the maximum cost would be around 1200 to 1500 INR (excluding the travel expenses).

 

Best time to visit: Between October and May.

 

 

  1. Mandu, Madhya Pradesh

Mandu is a classical fort city in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. This place is for those who are blown away by history and architect and has the great fondness concerning them. It's is one of the medieval cities in India with a lot of antiquity. If history fantasizes you, then you shall visit this city.

 

 

How to reach?

Railways can be good choices to reach Mandu. The friendliest railhead is Ratlam - on the Delhi-Mumbai main line. The added option of availing the railways while reaching Mandu is the Indore railway station. It will nearly cost you around 1000-1200 INR. This includes all the traveling expenses, which is quite reasonable.

 

Things to do:

Come, let's explore a few historical sites like Ship Palace, Rani Roopmati Pavillion, Hindola Mahal, Nilkanth Mahal, Jami Masjid, Hoshang Shah's Tomb, Baz Bahadur's Palace, Champa Baoli, Hoshang's Tomb, Echo Point.

Meals and accommodation would go up from 1700 to 2000 INR.

 

Budget:

Say goodbye to all your worries, since this trip will not cost more than 1700 to 2000 INR (excluding the travel expenses).

 

Best time to visit: July to September.

 

 


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  1. Vihigaon, Maharashtra

One of the loveliest waterfalls in India, what a beautiful place to visit. You can take a day off and visit this attractive destination during monsoons to experience the best waterfalls.

You shall unquestionably take a day off from work and visit this beautiful destination with your beloved ones, to spend some quality time with them.

 

How to reach?

The nearest railway station is Kasara, and you can take a local train, and then hire a cab to reach the final destination. It will hardly cost you around 150-300 INR. This includes all the traveling expenses. You can enjoy this trip with a low budget.

 

Things to do:

Who doesn't like being adventurous and spontaneous, if you are willing to experience this, then you shall surely visit Vihigaon to explore yourself- Camel Valley, Lake Vaitarna Waterfalls, Karoli Ghat, Dhammagiri, Tringalwadi Fort, Ghatandevi Mandir Temple, Deobandh Temple, Adventure Camp Zone.

Meals and accommodation would go up to 1000 to 1200 INR.

 

 

Budget:

You don't have to worry about the budget, taking a trip to Vihigaon will cost you around 1000 to 1200 INR. Now, that's reasonable and take you to make a trip down to this place without any tightness. (excluding the travel expenses).

 

Best time to visit: Jan, Feb, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec.

 

 

  1. Butterfly beach, Goa

Tell me who doesn't like Goa. Goa is the supreme destination for Party animals, beach lovers, shopaholic. One such place butterfly beach, it looks more like an island, but it's not an island. Perhaps, it is one of the prettiest beaches in India.  You can also behold a few breathtaking sunsets.

 

How to reach?

There is no way to this beach by a road; you may engage a cab or take a bus up to the Palolem beach from Panaji. From the Palolem beach, the quick boat ride will take you to your final destination. It will cost you around 1700 to 2000  INR which is entirely worth it to experience the beauty of the beaches.

 

Things to do:

Goa is one heck of a place to do anything and everything like Goa Jungle Adventure, Samson's Kiosk, Palolem Beach, Fluidsymmetry, Rock Formations, Daddu's Healing Center, Swaastha Home Spa, Aranya Yoga Ashram.

Meals and accommodation would go up to 2500 to 3000 INR.

 

Budget:

You take a trip once in a year, but make it worthy. Perhaps, you don't have to bother about the expenses, because it will not cross your budget line. It will cost you around 2500 to 3000 INR (excluding the travel expenses). Now, that's gratifying!

 

Best time to visit November and March.

 

 

  1. Varkala, Kerala

It is the southernmost district as well as the capital of Kerala. Kerala as said by someone is the God’s own country. If you want to experience the ecstasy of being in heaven than you must visit Thiruvananthapuram once in your lifetime.

 

Kerala is God's own place, it is stunning, ravishing, phenomenal and what not?  One such city in Kerala is Varkala; it is located on the Arabian sea. This place is very tranquil, relaxing and is full of nature and it's a great place to click pictures!

 

How to reach?

Varkala is well correlated to the rest of India by railways as well. You can take a train from Kochi to Varkala will make around 300 to 400 INR. Furthermore, you can hire a taxi to reach the final destination.

 

Things to do:

Varaka is a large place with a lot of activities to explore it is indeed a pleasant beach village with a lot of many places to visit like,  Varkala Beach,  Bekal Beach, Anjengo Lighthouse, Varkala Cliff, Kappil Pozhi, Janardhanaswamy Temple, Ponnumthuruthu Island.

Meals and accommodation would go up from 1300 to 1700 INR.

 

Budget:

Make this trip a memorable one with a possible amount. You don't have to worry about the budget, go and have the best time of your life in this beautiful place. It will nearly cost you around 1300 to 1700 INR (excluding the travel expenses), which is quite affordable and you will get to see a lot of many sites (excluding the travel expenses).

 

Best time to visit: October and March.

 

 

  1. Hemis, Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir

Hemis Monastery is the most attractive place and traveler's favorite spot in Ladakh. Located around 45 km from Leh City, it is on the top of a mountain on the west bank of the River Indus. This place is breathtaking, and you would never want to come back.

Ladakh is one of the prettiest city in the world, and so is Hemis. You have a lot to do in this fascinating city. You can experience snow as well and who doesn't enjoy the snow?

This place is living in heaven here on earth. You shall undoubtedly visit this place before you pass away.

Hemis is calling, and you shall go, just go!

 

How to reach?

You can catch a train to reach Hemis. The nearest railway station  Jammu Tawi Railway Station. It will cost you cost 2000 to 2500 INR. This holds all the traveling expenses.

 

Things to do:

Hemis is undoubtedly one of the prettiest cities in India, and it includes a lot of sightseeing and things to do in this city like Hemis Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Hemis National Park, Lamayuru Monastery, Hall of Fame, Nubra Valley, Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa, Pangong Lake, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, etc.

Meals and accommodation would go up from 1500 to 4000 INR.

 

Budget:

Plan a trip to this beautiful place with a pocket-friendly budget. You don't have to worry about the budget at all, as it will cost you around 1500 to 2000 INR (excluding the travel expenses),  Which calls or a must visit vacay!

 

Best time to visit: April, May, June, July, November, December.

 

 

  1. Majuli, Assam

Majuli or known as Majoli is a river island in the Brahmaputra river and is the first island in India. It is also known as the world's largest river island. It draws tourists from around the world as it is so elegant. Tribals populate it, and that's one of the sole reasons people often visit this place, as they experience a completely different culture. The festivals celebrated here are all joyful and energetic. The prime festival in the village of Majuli is called Raas, and you shall witness it once in a lifetime. The food here is also pretty different and incredibly delicious.

 

How to reach?

Well, there are no direct trains available to Mauli, but if you desire to travel by train then you can take a train from Jorhat to Guwahati ( It is the nearest station to Assam), and furthermore, you can hire a taxi to reach your final destination, which will approximately cost you around 12000 to 14500 INR.

 

Things to do:

There are plenty of things to do in Majuli, like- Molai forest, Dakhinpat Satra, Kamalabari market, Sri Auniati Satra,  Ajan Pir Dargah, Phatobihu, PhatoBihu-Mohghuli Chapori.

Meals and accommodation would go up from 1700 to 4000 INR.

 

Budget:

Plan a trip to this beautiful place which will cost you around 1700 to 4000 INR  (excluding the travel expenses), pack your bags and visit this beautiful place.

 

Best time to visit: October to March

 

 

  1. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro is the statement town in Lower Subansiri district in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. It has been an ideal town for World Heritage Site for some years now. Ziro is the harmony seeker's paradise.  This charming hill station is full of vibrant green forest, rivers and is renowned for its paddy cum pisciculture cultivation. Ziro is a beautiful place.

It can be an excellent destination for families, and you can also come here for adventurous e activities like trekking. It is an attractive destination for anybody and everybody who wants to travel and explore the distant parts of Arunachal Pradesh.  You can take two days off from work to explore this beautiful place and spend some quality time wandering around.

 

How to reach?

It can be quite tricky to reach Ziro, as it doesn't have direct trains. The easiest way to take a train is from New Delhi ply to Naharalagun. You can further book a taxi to reach the final destination which will entirely cost you around 8000 to 9000 INR.

 

Things to do:

There are a lot of things in store to do when you reach this beautiful place, some of them are -  Tarin Fish Farm - Paddy cultivation, Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Kile Pakho, Shiv Linga, Meghna Cave Temple,  Pine Grove, Dolo Mando - Trekking,  Midey - Trekking.

Meals and accommodation would go up from 1200 to 1500 INR.

 

Budget:

Don’t despair. We traced your expenses for the two days trip, to save you the trouble of holding to do endless research and calculations. It would approximately cost you around 3000 to 4000 INR  (excluding the travel expenses), which is not bad. Don't miss out to plan a two-day vacay to this paradise. It will be a significant loss for you if you don't visit this place once in a lifetime.

 

Best time to visit: April to June, July to  October, November to March,

 

 

Well, what are you waiting for?

 

Here are the most Undeniably 10 Offbeat Monsoon Destinations In India to visit once in a lifetime. Just pick your favorite destination and pack your bags to go on a trip, and experience the real beauty of nature and life like never before.

You will indeed spend the most beautiful time of your life in this monsoon season.

Your heart was made to travel and explore the world.

 

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