Where To Go and Chill In India In July?

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“We travel not to escape life but for life not to escape us”

Traveling is as important as other “high priority” things in life. And that’s not me, that’s the word of most doctors & psychiatrists. Because traveling fills the mind with positive energies, gives a break from all daily life challenges & chores, and makes people bond with their loved ones too. For those who love to travel, you guys just need another reason to leave with your bag. And those who still haven’t made any travel plans this year, can read this blog and leave for an enjoyable journey.

July means neither summer nor monsoon. Monsoon just starts its journey in major parts and temperature goes down from sultry to moderate. It is one of the nicest months to plan a tour and enjoy the beautiful locales. In general, the climate won’t bother you much for most parts of India.

Here are some of the top Indian places where you can go and chill in July.

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It is located in Madhya Pradesh and holds historic importance. This is one of those places in India that receives minimal rainfall. The topmost attractions are the Orchha fort, Chaturbhuj Temple, Orchha Wildlife Sanctuary, Laxminarayan Temple, Dinman Hardaul’s Palace. This place is just 16 kms from Jhansi and you can take a whole day trip to this place from Jhansi. The fort would give you a glimpse into the old world.

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Coorg is a pretty hill-station in Karnataka and it becomes prettier when it is raining. You will find lush vegetation, peaceful mountains, beautiful valleys, and an exotic collection of flowering plants here in between July and September. In fact, with the onset of July, the tourist season kicks off here. Abbey falls, Dubare Elephant Camp, Iruppu Falls, Mandalpatti View Point, Nagarhole National Park, or Brahmagiri Peak are the topmost attractions here.

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Kerala is famous for its insanely beautiful backwaters and during this time of the year the Kerala Backwaters turn even more beautiful. You will find all kinds of adventure sports here in the backwaters and lakes. The backwater cruise, snake boat race, tea plantation, beach actions, and Munnar excursions – these would be your probable activities here and you won’t regret any part of it.

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Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya and Meghalaya means abode of clouds. It is thus needless to say how beautiful this place would be in July. Shillong is known as the Scotland of East and during monsoon season this place attracts maximum tourists for its amazing wildlife and awesome natural beauty. In July, the rainfall would be minimal and thus this place would be no less than a paradise. You must visit the Shillong Peak, Laitlum Canyons, Elephant Falls, Museum of Indigenous Culture, etc.

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Located in the Satara district of Maharashtra, Mahabaleshwar is one of the small yet prettiest hill stations in India. You can say that the official tourist season here in July & August. In July, you can experience a refreshing view, mild showers, and a foggy climate which will take you to dreamland. Walking through lush plantations, trekking, or strolling in the morning rain are some of the famous romantic activities here. So, the couples and the writers would love this place. You can also check out Mahabaleshwar Temple, Wilson’s Point, Venna Lake, Lingamala Waterfalls, Three Monkey Point, etc.

Andaman & Nicobar Island:
Andaman & Nicobar Island
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The pristine white sand, heavenly turquoise water, clear waves, warm lagoons, and adventure activities make Andaman & Nicobar Island a “must-visit” place. July means the rain showers have just started and thus you will get to see some heart-warming views. But don’t delay it to August because then most of the beaches would be “out of reach” due to full-swing monsoon. The best places to visit here are – Radhanagar, Dolphin Resort, and Phoenix Bay Jetty. Also, you must try the lagoon swimming.

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This place is known as the “land of lakes”. If you and your partner haven’t enjoyed any vacation recently, then, July or the whole of monsoon would be a great time to plan a visit here. Udaipur becomes cozy and romantic during rainfall and you shouldn’t miss the view. The view from Sajjan Garh is something that you will be etched in your mind forever. You can also visit other places like Lake Pichola, Jag Mandir, Lake Fatehsagar, Bagore Ki Haveli, Saheliyon Ki Bari, Ambrai Ghat, and Kumbhalgarh Fort.

The beautiful descriptions of these amazing places supported with breath-taking images must be a reason enough for you to plan your tour. So, go ahead and enjoy in July to come back to work with a refreshed mind.

An introvert who can socialize like an extrovert would be her perfect definition. Playing with words has always been her greatest strengths and she draws inspiration from Cinema which is her religion, temple, and oxygen. Apart from that reading and cooking are her passions. She often peeks into people’s personalities through their handwriting styles! She is currently working in a leading e-commerce portal as a Content Writer and carries a professional experience of 6 years.

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