Monsoon season is the best time to enjoy the rains in India. Hence, if you are looking for a getaway, you must consider locations where you will be able to enjoy the monsoon to the fullest.
If you are a nature lover, Munnar is a paradise for you. The spice plantations, rolling tea gardens and the mountains which are covered by mist along with the rainfall whose droplets falling on the leaves and forming dew drops and making the nature look alive and smell fresh is a perfect monsoon getaway. August is not a season for tourists in Munnar; you can travel and stay at affordable rates too.
It is said to be the second wettest region on Earth. Cherrapunjee receives rainfall all year long. Covered with vast hills and landscapes, it also makes for an exciting trip. Also, you can go trekking in Cherrapunjee. This place has some unique tastings such as the orange flower honey and Meghalaya tea. The Meghalaya tea is different from the Darjeeling tea as well as the Assam tea. The double decker tree bridges are best in the monsoons when the surroundings are green.
South India is famous for having Agumbe, as it is considered to be one of the must go to destinations for a trek in monsoons especially in August. Waterfalls covering the mountains and valleys make this place an important attraction. The remains of the temples which are of the Hoysala Empire is worth visiting.
Kodaikanal is a hill station in Tamil Nadu and is visited by all tourists. This place receives n aaverage rainfall, and during August, there will be both sunshine as well as rains in Kodaikanal. August is the only time when waterfalls can be seen in Kodaikanal. Also, the climate is overall hot but pleasant with the mountains covered with mist and valleys swept by the rain.
This area in Himachal Pradesh, is sparsely populated and makes an ideal place for resting in solitude. You can embark on adventures such as going on exciting wildlife trails and skiing on Yak Safari. Monasteries can also be visited which have shrines and depict the customs and the faith of Buddhism. Lahul-Spiti cannot be visited during the winters due to landslides and heavy snowfall.
Located on the bottom of the Garwhal Himalaya ranges, the road trip from Dehradun to Mussoorie is breath-taking. Additionally, the wavy structure of the hills makes it a scenic view and a perfect holiday destination. Mussoorie has beautiful churches, the Naga Devta temple, and famous waterfalls such as Kempty and Battha. Hence, it makes for a perfect and a quiet holiday destination.
Hilly terrains and lush green environment complement the cool temperature of Pondicherry in the monsoons. The large coffee plantations of Pondicherry leave a fragrance of coffee in the air. The Pondicherry beach, Botanical gardens, Paradise Beach, Jawahar Toy Museum, Pondicherry Museum and French War Memorial, are some places to visit here.
Coorg is a popular hill station which is situated in the Kodagu District in Karnataka also known as the Scotland of India. During monsoon, specifically in July and August, weather becomes cool and pleasant due to the heavy rains. Also, rainfall transforms Coorg into a lush green garden. If you are an adrenaline junkie, you can go river rafting in Coorg.
These vacations should not be heavy on your pocket. Hence, you can take a personal loan from a financial institution to finance your vacation and pay off the loan in the coming years. A personal loan for Travel is unsecured and is free of any collateral. Moreover, these are approved instantly and disbursed within 72 hours.
You must be considering taking a credit card, but that may result in you being in a financial debt as the interest rates of credit cards go as high as 40%.
Hence, a personal loan is a viable option if you are looking for using it for travel.