Since August is near and monsoon has set in, many individuals have leisurely and romantic ideas of traveling during this time, which can be really rewarding as well as exciting. This blog aims at highlighting 10 destinations in India that are worth a visit in the month of August.
Here we go.
The capital city of India gets the first mention, not just for being the capital but for the rich historical heritage that can be explored even with the shortest amount of time in hand. The architectural marvels and museums with their wealth of knowledge are a prime attraction for anyone landing here to begin their Golden triangle tour of India.
When you are in India, especially for the first time, visiting Agra for one of the Seven Wonders of the World which is the Taj Mahal becomes almost a necessary experience without which you cannot leave India. After spending your time with this saga of eternal love, you can also enjoy a nearby destination Fatehpur Sikri, a city built by Mughal emperor Akbar.
The Pink City Jaipur though not exactly pink, but certainly holds charm as being a melting pot of history and modernity. Attractions like City Palace, Jal Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, etc. along with the shopping areas like Bapu Bazaar and Jauhari Market wait for you to experience the bite of this city. All of this can also be covered in single North India tour package.
4. Kerala Backwaters
A houseboat snaking on the backwaters of Kerala and the surrounding greenery can multiply your emotions of romance, rejuvenation and relaxation. Just slip into the mood to enjoy this monsoon with nature and your beloved.
The silent fog-covered hill station of Kerala has now a steady number of returning tourists who simply want to know the feel of vacationing in Munnar at different times of the year. This mist can be yours too this August to grab.
With the Portuguese allure still peeking out from the different aspects of Goan life and culture, you cannot miss the tug of Nature that is experienced on it wonderful beaches. And for the party animal in you, the place has just the right mix of business with pleasure.
This hill station of Tamil Nadu is still among those where people come to relax and give their anxieties of routine life a break. The hanging clouds, numerous waterfalls and moderate rainfall are a silent invitation to anyone romantic at heart.
Also known as Mandavgad, the historical city stands in ruins from the past and appeals most to those who want to turn the pages of history of a place. Situated on a hill, it is an abandoned Mughal city that came into being in 10th century. Being a monsoon resort, the place gets people coming from every corner in the monsoon months including August.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site in Karnataka needs to get a mention if something sort of list is being made. After all, not every tourist destination is so overwhelming with the numerous things to look at and appreciate.
A French colony once upon a time, Pondicherry is now a small beach town worth the mention for its old-timers’ appeal, heritage buildings and small cosy looking houses and elegant roads. A lesurely holiday in August is almost guaranteed!