Top 35+ Monsoon Travel Places in India | Waterfalls, Hill-stations & Monsoon Tips

Top 35+ Monsoon Travel Places in India | Waterfalls, Hill-stations & Monsoon Tips 

Rains are a miracle in India. Fortunately, you don't have to avoid traveling to India during the monsoon, or even stay indoors all the time Though most travelers do not count this as a good time to travel, but there is a certain charm in vacations during the downpour. With our list of spectacular monsoon destinations in India, These are the places where you can enjoy vacations for relaxing, sightseeing and adventure accompanied with gentle winds, light raindrops, and that delicious smell of Earth.

Top 35+ Monsoon Travel Places in India | Waterfalls, Hill-stations & Monsoon Tips

Here are eleven top India monsoon travel destinations -- some for those who love the rain, and some for those who don't! Monsoon the season brings the magic of rains in India with lush green nature, flower carpet on the hills, green Shola grassland, waterfalls and numerous species of small animals, amphibians, reptiles, insects and Invertebrate.

There are two types of monsoon hits India, known as the southwest and northeast monsoon. The southwest monsoon arrives in two branches, Bay of Bengal branch and the Arabian Sea branch.



 

Table of Content

Top 35+ Monsoon Travel Places in India.

Top 15 Waterfalls in India

Tips For Motorcycle Ride in Monsoon


Top 35+ Monsoon Travel Places in India.

  1. Lonavala – Maharastra
  2. Matheran – Maharastra
  3. Spiti Vally – Himachal Pradesh
  4. Ladakh – J&K
  5. Goa – Goa
  6. Munnar – Kerala
  7. Thenmala – Kerala
  8. Ladakh – Jammu, And Kashmir
  9. Udaipur – Rajasthan
  10. Spiti Valley – Himachal Pradesh
  11. Shillong – Meghalaya
  12. Pondicherry – Pondicherry
  13. Darjeeling – West Bengal
  14. Amboli – Maharashtra
  15. Panchgani - Maharastra
  16. Malshej Ghats – Maharashtra
  17. Bhandardara – Maharashtra
  18. Pushkar – Rajasthan
  19. Ranikhet – Uttarakhand
  20. Wayanad – Kerala
  21. Mount Abu – Rajasthan
  22. Jog Falls – Karnataka
  23. Orchha – Madhya Pradesh
  24. Ooty – Tamil Nadu
  25. Kutch – Gujarat
  26. Alibaug – Maharashtra
  27. Auli – Uttarakhand
  28. Jaipur – Rajasthan
  29. Amboli – Maharashtra
  30. Malshej Ghats – Maharashtra
  31. Bhandardara – Maharashtra
  32. Bhimashankar - Maharashtra
  33. Agumbe – Karnataka
  34. Chikmagalur – Karnataka
  35. Saputara – Gujrat
  36. Mumbai – Maharashtra
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Top 15 Waterfalls in India  

  1. Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya

  2. Jog Falls, Karnataka

  3. Dudhsagar Falls, Goa

  4. Chitrakote Falls, Chhattisgarh

  5. Athirapally Falls, Kerala

  6. Shivanasamudra Falls, Karnataka

  7. Hogenakkal Falls, Tamil Nadu

  8. Nohsngithiang Falls, Meghalaya

  9. Bogatha Waterfall, Telangana

  10. Ethipothala Falls, Andhra Pradesh

  11. Kunchikal Falls, Karnataka

  12. Barehipani Falls, Odisha

  13. Thoseghar Falls, Maharashtra

  14. Dhuandhar Falls, Madhya Pradesh

  15. Langshiang Falls, Meghalaya

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Top 15 Tips For Motorcycle Riding in Monsson  

Pro Tips

1. Choose a rain suit that incorporates a breathable membrane such as Gore-Tex, Reissa, Hipora, or similar material.

2. Pack your rain suit on top, not at the bottom of your saddlebag.

3. Watch windshield wipers of oncoming cars to see if it’s raining ahead.

4. Put your rain gear on before the rain starts.

5. Wear bright colors for increased visibility to others.

6. Transfer wallets, keys, and other essentials to waterproof outside pockets.

7. Your windshield should be low enough to look over, not just through.

8. Use four-way flashers in heavy rain or fog.

9. Increase your following distance, and watch for tailgaters.

10. Avoid standing water as it can hide potholes and debris.

11. Check tire pressures periodically. Underinflated tires are more likely to hydroplane.

12. Tap rear brake in advance of normal braking distance to alert followers.

13. Gently apply brakes periodically to wipe rotors of water/mud/debris.

14. Watch out for painted lines, arrows, etc. as they can be particularly slippery.

15. After the ride, don’t pack your rain gear away until after it’s dry.

 

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