Live life to its fullest by paying visit to these places this Monsoon

Live life to its fullest by paying visit to these places this Monsoon

After an exhausted long stint of working, it is natural to get irate and exasperated. Entrepreneurs are burdened with the dual task of corporate management along with family responsibilities. It is great to be devoted towards duties but one should not turn blind eye to ones deteriorating health. An adage which still finds it relevance says Health is Wealth. No matter how wealthy or affluent you are. The moment you start ignoring your downgraded health quotient that is when you originates the squandering of fortunes. To shake and bake such happenstance, it is advised by various psychologists, motivational leaders and doctors to give spasmodic breaks to mind, body and soul.  Entrepreneurs can loosen up by mollycoddling through various stepping-stones which include Travelling, Sightseeing, Long Drive, Picnic and many more such activities. However, Travelling is the most preferred activity among most of the people. One gets to learn a lot through travelling different kind of locations. Given that monsoon is in its full swing, one can take an excursion tour to some of the most fascinating places in India. Here is a list of several such places one can freak out on.

  • Kumarakom (Kerala): Situated in the verdurous land of Kerala with its varied landscapes and unmatched pizazz, this place is widely known for its resplendent possibilities of backwater tourism. Blessed with Kerala’s amazing tropical climate and monsoon of plenty, it experiences moderate climates all year long. The largest fresh water lake in Kerala, Vembanad Lake is located here. This lake makes it a beautiful holiday place to visit in August in India during the abundant rains. The rains also making bird-watching an absolute wonder for visitors.

Kumarakom (Kerala)

  • Udaipur (Rajasthan): This place is considered to be one of the most romantic cities of the world and has rightly received the tag of the Venice of the East. Also known as the City of Lakes, this is also a historically sententious place as it remained the capital of Mewar for centuries. The main attractions of the city are the City Palace and the Udaipur Lake Palace located in the middle of the Pichola Lake. One of the best times to visit Udaipur would be in the monsoon season as you get interregnum from the piercing heat of Rajasthan.

Udaipur (Rajasthan)

  • Mussoorie (Uttarakhand): Curled up in the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan ranges, this is quite a scene in July and August in India. The drive from Dehradun to Mussoorie itself is breathtaking. The waving hills and the spectacular view of the Himalayas make it a place of perfectly quiet ambience. Waterfalls like Battha and Kempty are worth visiting and so is the Naag Devta Temple along with some beautiful churches.

Mussoorie (Uttarakhand)

  • Lahaul-Spiti (Himachal Pradesh): The valleys of Lahaul-Spiti are consecrated with nature’s best. It is one of the sparsely populated areas and is Shangri-la for a place for some solitude. It also offers a lot of adventure activities such as Skiing along with Yak Safari and exciting wildlife trails. There are beautiful monasteries that mandate a visit alongside some unique shrines that speak of the customs and faith of this region.

Lahaul-Spiti (Himachal Pradesh)

  • Agumbe (Karnataka): This is one of the most popular treks in South India especially in July and August. The mountains and valleys are filled with umpteen waterfalls which are a prime attraction. There are also remnants of temples dating back to the Hoysala Empire which is worth a visit. There is a gallery upraised on a high point of the hills to view the sunset and one can see as far as the Arabian Sea. A nice trek could be followed by some hot tea. Here, one gets Vanilla flavored tea which is simply unique. 

Agumbe (Karnataka)

There is a never ending list of such places which one can plan to visit this monsoon. Enjoy a wet monsoon!

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