It’s raining, it’s pouring, but your travel plans don’t have to get washed out! Come August-September, these dry places will be your go-to travel spots so you can enjoy your holiday without the weather raining on your parade (yes, we went there).
Near Jammu & Kashmir, located in the Ladakh region, Zanskar is one of the most unexplored parts of the nation. With hilly regions, breathtaking landscapes of the Himalayas, along with crystalline lakes, Zanskar is what mountain dreams are made of.
Jaisalmer receives the least amount of rainfall in whole western part of India. This part of Rajasthan is quite vibrant and colourful: travel photographers can go ga-ga over the white sands, while adventure and luxury travelers alike can explore the many desert camps found here.
Source: The Serai Camp, Jaisalmer
If you’re a history buff, Hisar in Haryana is the ultimate destination to visit this monsoons. This region consists of ruins from the Harappan Civilization and many archaeological sites, which every history-lover can enjoy. Weather varies from dry to gently-cool in the months of August to September, so add this spot to your list.
A blissful hill station in Karnataka, Madikeri in the Western Ghats is particularly soul-soothing. From Abbey Falls, with its lush greenery and rushing waters, to the Madikeri Fort, to watching sunsets (or sunrises for those early birds) from the Raja’s Seat, it’s got something for everyone.
Source: Coorg Tourism
So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and leave all the planning to us. Tell us where you want to go here and we’ll sort it all out for you.