Top 10 Places In India To Visit In June
As the summer vacations are already started and monsoon with humidity soon follow, so have you decided any destination to beat this heat? Stop dreaming of magnificent mountains, beautiful valleys and lush green landscapes and pick any of these destinations below for your all kind of vacation fantasies this June:
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Being the home of Dalai Lama, Dharamshala is perfectly surrounded with the spiritual aura that always remains consistent. As this beautiful place is covered with mighty mountains, pleasant monasteries and mouth-watering delicious Tibetan cuisine, it attracts nature lovers, adventure seekers and culture enthusiasts every summer from all over the world.
Just at a small distance of approx 5km from Dharamshala, an amazing district McLeodganj is situated. It gets the flock of adventure freaks during the month of June and makes it one of the best tourist places in India.
Best suited for: If you are having a quite tight budget or you are a solo traveler or backpacker then Dharamshala is an ideal getaway destination for your all travel hunger.
Things to do: A day trip to Kangra valley complimented with an adventurous trek of Triund could be a perfect escape from city life. A peace and calm experience at Dalai Lama Temple Complex could make all worries disappear.
How to reach: If you are traveling with railway then your nearest railway station would be Pathankot that is approx 85 kilometers away from Dharamshala and if you are traveling with airplane then the nearest airport is at Gaggal, at a distance of about 13 kilometers.
Tips: As the region surrounded along Dharamshala is quite steep and filled with curved roads so it is always advisable to carry some medicines for motion sickness with you.
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If you are thinking about a visit to Kerala in June then none can be a better idea than this. As Kerala starts to get its initial monsoon during this month, the lush green hills of Munnar and the backwaters of Alleppey are blessed with slight drizzles and shower the city with a romantic hue.
The superbness of Kerala lies in its majority. Whether talk about tea estates or wildlife reserves, houseboats or extravagance manors, an outing to God’s Own Country is inescapable at any cost.
Best suited for: If you love to spend your vacation in luxury and want to have a relaxing holiday then Kerala is your ideal destination this June.
Things to do: To have a one of a kind of best houseboat stay take a houseboat tour in Alleppey complimented with a spice plantation tour. Along with this Witnessing Champakulam Moolam race, one of the oldest and iconic boat races in Kerala is a pleasure in its own form.
How to reach: Thiruvananthapuram has the primary airport to reach Kerala.
Tips: As the weather of Kerala is quite dramatic always carry some sunscreens, cotton shirts, flip-flops, umbrellas and raincoats with you.
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Leh is a kind of vacation to paradise. It can be proved as an adventure you can have this June. There are so many kinds of ways to explore this land such as road trip, bike trip, trekking and even rafting across this beautiful topography. Beautifully decorated with majestic Pangong Lake, Khardung La pass, Hemis Monastery and awesome landscapes of Leh it can’t be replaced with any other destination this June.
Best suited for: It is best suited for adventure freaks who want to take a lifetime experience.
Things to do: There are so many exciting things to do in Leh some of which includes watching a sunset at Tso Kar Lake, exploring old monasteries and Royal Leh Palace and camping under the stars in Nubra Valley.
How to reach: The primary airport to reach Leh is Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport that connects flights from Delhi, Jammu and Srinagar.
Tips: Always plan your Leh trip in advance and with good research as it is a quiet tough adventure.
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Being the most popular among the seven sister states, Sikkim is wild, vivid and raw beauty of the Northeast that makes it the dream destination of almost every traveller. Covered with magnificent mountains and beautiful lakes it is one of the most beautiful places you can see in India. Whether you take the example of Nathu La that provides a perfect view of the magnificent Indo-China border or Rumtek Monastery for the local Buddhist culture or the landscapes of the Tsomgo Lake it have everything to make it a perfect destination this June.
Best suited for: If you are looking for some quiet and pleasant offbeat destination.
Things to do: Explore Sikkim monasteries along with Lachung and the Yumthang Valleys, rafting in River Teesta and don’t forget to experience flora and fauna at Kewzing and Khangchendzonga National Parks.
How to reach: New Jalpaiguri in West Bengal is the nearest railway station and the nearest airport is in Bagdogra.
Tips: There are so many places in Sikkim that require permits so carry some passport sized photos and ID proofs with you always in Sikkim.
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Spiti valley is one of the most beautiful destinations of Shimla and Manali. Many adventure seekers combine the trip of Spiti to Kinnaur that makes it a perfect escape from city life in the month of June. Filled with topsy-turvy terrains of the valley in the middle of the mighty mountains can make anybody to fall in love this destination. Its oldest and beautiful monasteries will definitely please your mind and awaken your soul.
Best suited for: It is best suited for solo travellers and thrill seekers.
Things to do: Start your day with a walk through the calm Nako village, trek to Dhankar Lake, shop for souvenirs in Kaza then spend a night in a monastery in Tabo.
How to reach: Nearest railway station is in Pathankot, and nearest Airport is in Chandigarh.
Tips: Consuming alcohol in Spiti can prove quite risky.
Meghalaya got its name converted into “abode of the clouds” In the month of June. It shows its real charm in monsoon when fog and rain cover every corner of the state. As most of the part of this state is unrevealed by tourism ads, postcards and travel manuals that make it a wonderful offbeat destination. You can always do something new and discover something new at every visit you give to this place.
Best suited for: If you want to experience some culturally rich experience then it is an ideal place for you.
Things to do: Don’t forget to explore Asia’s cleanest village, Mawlynnong and the wettest place on the planet, Mawsynram on your visit. Take a walk through the double-decker Living Root Bridge.
How to reach: the Nearest railway station is in Guwahati from where you can take a Meghalaya Transport Corporation (MTC) bus.
Tips: Always carry gum boots, raincoats and umbrellas in Meghalaya.
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7. Mount Abu
With the hills covering with fog and lakes getting chill, this mountain in Rajasthan becomes one of the most popular destinations in June. Although there are so many treks in Mount Abu mainly this mountain is the sign of luxury and comfort. From the luxury resorts to weather of this destination it will give you all leisure that any traveller will be seeking. It can prove the best option to have a luxurious leisure experience this summer vacation.
Best suited for: It is most popular among families as a luxurious getaway destination.
Things to do: If you are fond of history then a visit to Achalgarh is necessary. You can do boating in Nakki Lake and can have a luxurious picnic experience in Dhrudhiya waterfalls.
How to reach: Nearest railway station is Abu Road and the nearest airport is Udaipur.
Tips: Always make your bookings in advance to save some bucks.
Sonmarg is also known as Meadow of Gold. This alpine valley lying at an altitude of 2800 metres lies 87kms north-east of Srinagar is a hill station situated on the banks of Nallah Sindh and towered by the Himalayan peaks of Jammu and Kashmir. It is very popular with tourists due to its vast covered grassy meadows and hills surrounded by villages and fresh snow.
Best suited for: It is best suited for travellers who are searching a less crowded offbeat destination.
Things to do: Bathing in the healing water of Nilagrad River with a trek to Thajiswas Glacier.
How to reach: Nearest airport is in Srinagar.
Tips: As there are very few ATMs so try to carry enough cash with you always.
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The ‘Lover’s paradise’ of India, Manali is extremely well known for its delightful scenes, touring and the curious appeal. Settled in the Kullu Valley wherein streams the Beas waterway, Manali is a joy to understanding.
Best suited for: It is best suited for all kind of travellers.
Things to do: River Rafting, Paragliding, Trekking and Camping.
How to reach: Nearest Airport is Bhuntar and well-connected roadway with Metro cities.
About 600 km far from Delhi, Dalhousie is another popular hill station in the list. Known for its natural beauty and pleasant climate, the place is surrounded by 5 hills. Along with its scenic beauty, the place is also widely known as the mini Switzerland of India. Re-live the love with your sweetheart and create memories to hold for a lifelong.
Best suited for: Newlyweds, group of friends, families
Things to do: Khajjiar, Subhash Baoli, village tours and boat rides, trekking.
How to reach: Well connected roadway with Metro cities.