Must Visit Travel Destinations In Monsoon

People usually avoid the rainy season for travelling, but in reality this season is best to explore the real beauty of nature and that too in completely cheap budget. This is best time because all the tourist spots aren’t crowded, so bargain rates are up for grabs at hotels and resorts throughout the country. Taking a trip during the Monsoon in India is surely a lifetime experience as the exotic locations, clear and pollution free weather, greenery all around leave you spellbound with its beauty.

If you are those who actually love to explore the incredible India for it’s real beauty and don’t mind getting a little bit wet, then you would surely love these places to explore this monsoon.

Mandvi Beach

Step into a world of unprecedented luxury and relaxation. Soothe your senses at a getaway that offers unrivalled luxury never seen before in Kutch. A 7000 sq.ft. Deck with its infinity edge pool, a state of art fitness center with steam & sauna rooms, and a selection of recreational activities for one and all that bring back the adrenalin rush. And when you’re done experiencing the best, may we suggest that you settle down and pamper your taste buds with our gastronomical delights. The place is truly an unforgettable refuge from the daily grind.


Patan Mahal, home to Rao Digvijay Singh, is situated on the foot hills. He has now opened his home to the discerning traveler. The family came and built the impregnable fort at Patan and also the Badalgarh Mahal, halfway up the mountain in the 13th century. The Patan Mahal was built a few years later.

Patan is the site of one of the last great battles in Indian history. Called the Battle of Patan, it saw the Maratha Confederacy pitted against the Rajputs of Jaipur and their Mughal allies in 1790. Located above the city of Patan is Patan Mahal, a delightful palace representing traditional Rajasthani architecture. The city dates back to the 12th century and has been home to the family of the descendants of the last Hindu Emperor of Delhi, Maharaja Anangapal Tomar II. Historically, Patan has been an important out-post for the capital, having played the backdrop for numerous wars featuring many ancient Northern rulers.


Ranakpur is a picturesque abode settled in a verdant valley of the Aravalli Range. The scenic destination is submerged in the sublimity of Ranakpur temple .Located about 56 miles (90 kilometers) north of Udaipur, it is an astute example of India’s most dazzling temple architecture, Dilwara Temples. A trip to Ranakpur is an incomplete affair without a visit to the legendary Dilwara Temples, renowned for their stunning architecture, reflecting eminent Jain values like honesty and frugality.


The palace is set in 13 acres of terraced upland rising from a hilly stream and surrounded by lush green gardens and designed flower beds. The palace was visited by several dignitaries during the British Raj, including Lord Mountbatten.

A stay in the palace takes the tourist into the bygone Nawabi period to experience the real Nawabi ambience and architecture of northern Gujarat. The palatial huge rooms with antiques all around give a sense of royalty. The hunting point existed 3/4th of a century back. Everything around is picturesque and nature is at its best.


Perched atop the craggy hills this beautiful fort which claims its wall to be the second largest after great wall of china and also experience hundreds of temples and palaces on that wall. Badal mahal the highest palace in the fort offers a glorious view of countryside.

Light & Sound Show in the fort: Every evening the Kumbhalgarh fort is illuminated with flood lights and there is special show of light and sound that describes the rich history of Kumbhalgarh.

Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary: Savour a tryst with indian wildlife as a naturalist guides visitors through the sanctuary a scenic 5 min drive from the resort. A fascinating spectrum of wildlife can be observed during a sanctuary round in an open jeep. The greatest thrill is spotting a panther in its natural habitat.

Leh Ladakh

The ideal nest to base yourself in as you let us show you the many jewels of this wondrous land, in our carefully designed Ladakh itineraries. Its lakes, rivers, moonscapes, monasteries, peaks, deserts and above all – its people and culture. Ladakh is magical.

There is no place in India like Ladakh. Shades of Tibet, Sikkim, Kashmir, Kumaon, Bhutan and even Rajasthan blend together to form this stunningly unique Himalayan Desertscape. It is one of those destinations a global adventure traveller has to tick off her/his list, at some point in life.



Bharatgarh fort near Anandpur Sahib in district Ropar is still home to its descendants. Bharatgarh Fort has been recently opened to the public. Set on a small hilltop amidst the Shivalik ranges, each generation that lived in the fort contributed to its maintenance. The small fort has Mughal overtones and characteristic blueprint: a spiked door at the deori (gateway), battlements, gun holes and teer-kash (arrow loops), burj or bastions linked by concealed routes, attari or women’s gallery, and rooms around a courtyard. Flanked by the majestic himalayas, not only does it enjoy a scenic view but also epitomizes the royal lifestyle and rich history it possesses. A stay in the fort is truly an experience that you will cherish forever.


Khajuraho may be a world renowned heritage destination and UNESCO World Heritage Site for the temples carved with erotic postures. However Khajuraho is also visited for some very significant Jain Temples.The temples of Khajuraho are divided into three groups: Western, Eastern and Northern. The Eastern group has Jain temples. There are 30+ temples and of which Parsvanath Temple (1860 AD), Adinath Temple and Shantinath Temple are most visited.


Sariska set in the lap of nature, close to wilderness is surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains, giving it the perfect setting for a magical experience. The world famous wild life sanctuary is 19 KM away and provides many fascinating spots for the wildlife lovers, as well as for those who are interested in art and archaeology. The Sariska Tiger Reserve is one of the few forested areas in the Aravalli hills and has a good population of Sambhar, Panther, Chinkara, Chital wild boar, Tiger, Nilgai and of birds including Parakeets, Storks, Pheasant, Oriels, Eagles, Owls and plenty of the National bird peacock.

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