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5 Places You Must Visit This Monsoon Season

Listening to the rhythm of the falling rain and the smell of wet earth is not all about monsoon. Its’s a season to enjoy the beauty of the earth. With monsoon comes the refreshing and romantic stories of watching the rain, the birds, and the monuments. Now let me enlighten you with the top few must-visit places this monsoon.

#1. Valley Of Flowers, Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand
Valley Of Flowers, Uttarakhand

A mesmerising place in the state of Uttarakhand with its breathtaking flowery meadows, gushing waterfalls, paddocks, and streams. This richly diverse area is also home to endangered species like an Asiatic black bear, snow leopards, musk deer, red fox and brown bear. Valley of Flowers is nestled amid the quiet snow-capped mountains; this place has a rich flora and fauna to offer for you.

Attractions: Flora & Fauna, Hemkund Sahib, Nanda Devi National Park.

Distance from Delhi: 519 km

#2. Bundi, Rajasthan

Rajasthan
Bundi, Rajasthan

Bundi lies in the Hadoti region of Rajasthan. Nestled in the cleft of Aravalli Hills, Bundi has got captivating lakes, hills, greenery, waterfalls, bazaars, and temples.

The beholding sight of Bhimlat Falls, the beauty of the city from the forts, and the step-wells are worth visiting Bundi.

Attractions: Bundi Palace, Bhimlat Falls, Taragarh Fort, Ishwari Niwas, Stepwell.

Distance from Delhi: 473 km

#3. Nangal Wetlands, Punjab

Nangal Wetlands, Punjab

Situated on the foothills of Shivalik ranges in Ropar district, Punjab; Nangal Wetland is home to about 40,000 migratory birds. This place is a heavenly paradise for bird lovers. During monsoon, the dew dropped vegetation, river and hills make it quite a sight. The Nangal lake is a beautiful artificial lake which is 6 Km long shaped by the Nangal dam.

Attractions: Bhakra Nangal Dam, Naina Devi Temple, Kila Fatehgarh Sahib.

Distance from Delhi: 314 km (By air), 344 km (By road), and 389 km (By train)\

#4. Kangojodi, Himachal Pradesh

Kangojodi, Himachal Pradesh

Kangojodi, a small town in Himachal Pradesh, is the perfect stop for nature lovers. Camping in Kangojodi’s pine forest with flowing clear streams on the side is an experience worth living for. This place provides a picturesque view for all the passionate photographers. Apart from camping, there are some activities for adventure lovers too, like nature trekking, flying fox, rope balancing, etc.

Attractions: Camping, Trekking

Distance from Delhi: 275 km (approx.)

#5. Rewa, Madhya Pradesh

Rewa Madhya Pradesh
Rewa, Madhya Pradesh

If you’re looking for a place where you can completely get soaked in the calm and serene environment, then Rewa is the apt option for you; a tiny tinsel town located in the North-Eastern part of Madhya Pradesh. Rewa with its picturesque landscape, lakes, waterfalls, green hills, historic place, and architecture is one of the popular destinations among the travellers. Besides, Rewa is also known for its white tiger safari.

Attractions: Rewa Fort, Govindgarh Lake, Chachai Waterfalls, Keonti Waterfalls, Shiva Temple, White Tiger Safari.

Distance from Delhi: 773.2 km

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Ashmita Halder

From Noida. A personal style and life blogger. An avid traveller by passion. Bibliophile. Observing, writing & pushing boundaries are the positives vibes in me. A strong believer with surreal thoughts. Admire the bohemian tribe, the makers of music, art, dreamers of dreams, wanderers, wit, and humour. Like the company of the insightful and irrelevant minds who make me forget my phone. A great fashion enthusiast.

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