We bring back to you the next five top-notch summer destinations of India. Whatever it may be, you have numberless things to explore and experience. Engage in the cool and serene environment this summer. The North and the Eastern parts of India have more than enough staggering places at your door. Enjoy hidden waterfalls, rare birds and animals, enchanting rain forests. It’s your time away from the blistering sun.
Cherrapunji is an idyllic summer destination if you are looking for some unstinted adventure, relaxation and rejuvenation during your summer vacations. You may imagine this place as the only place without any off season that sizzles with tourists from all over the country and surrounding nations. The jaw-dropping natural setting of this place provides immense gratification and cherished moments even to first-time visitors. The finest attractions include Mawsmai Falls, Nokrek Park, Dympep Valley, Nohkalikai Waterfalls and many more delights.
Horsley Hills, Andhra Pradesh
The quixotic atmosphere of Horsley Hills cannot be any more perfect than it is. It is a place hidden from the scorching sun. This place is a major attraction for every tourist on the face of the earth. Admire and adore nature’s best with the thick rain forests that spread the aroma of jacaranda, eucalyptus and allmanaa trees. Major attractions to explore include Gaalibanda, Horsley Hills and many others.
Kadmat Island, Lakshadweep
Kadmat Island is blessed with pristine beaches and thrilling water sports. If that’s what you are looking for then Kadmat Island is the perfect choice for your beach holidays. Cardamom Island is the preferred choice for holidaymakers in need of relaxation and few days away from their desk. Deep Sea fishing, Museums, Sailing make this island worth visiting.
This small, religious yet bewitching town is reachable from Delhi within 5 hours. This highly popular destination has had a huge impact and significance down the ages. Pilgrims consider this city to be a holy city and start their journey towards Gangotri and move up the ‘Char Dham Yatra’ (the four holy points in India). Apart from being a holy city, this place attracts devotees as well as adventure seekers. There is no end to adventure games such as trekking, rafting and rock climbing.
Coorg brings up lush flourishing images of fresh and attractive greenery around River Kaveri that adds the magical element of elegance to this place. Nature lovers can drool over the landscape and fall in love again and again. You can visit the majestic Iruppu Falls, Abbi Falls and other notable waterfalls among the environs of Coorg. Gratify your eyes and soul with the thriving flora and fauna by visiting Dubare Elephant Camp, Nagarhole, and Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary.
Select your place of visit and chart out a plan to avoid last minute discouragements. Remember! It’s the peak season!