August is not only a monsoon month but also a month full of exceptional deals, savings, discounts, privacy, and an overall fresh travel experience.

But where shall we head to? Let us take you through the diverse, green options you can add to your travel list this August!

  • Athirapally Falls
  • This is a majestic fall situated in Kerala and called the ‘Niagra of India’. It is also the waterfall shown in Bahubhali. This place marks a beautiful, jaw-dropping view and has good connectivity via Chalakudy, a town in Kerala.

    It has a pleasant temperature and a lot of places to visit nearby. 

    How to reach Athirapally Falls: The falls are just 30 km from Chalakudy village, 55 km from Thrissur town, and 70 km from Cochin city. The falls are also well connected to Munnar via road and have a distance of about 100 km. You can take any public transport or book a private vehicle from any of the above-mentioned places to the falls.

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  • Wayanad
  • Wayanad, located in Kerala is likewise referred to as the ‘Spice Garden of India’. You can plan a trip here to enjoy the widespread green plantations, misty views, soothing temperature, and calm vibes.

    Adding to the greenery of this place, it also has numerous wildlife sanctuaries, natural parks, and reserves which also makes it adventurous. 

    How to reach Wayanad: The nearest railway station is Kozhikode, one can take a train to Kozhikode which is well connected to many towns, and then take a bus to Wayanad.

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  • Cherrapunji
  • A highly visited place because of its unbelievable picture-perfect scenery. It is located in the part of Northeast India, Meghalaya. This place is a paradise for nature admirers and has many hiking spots for adventurous junkies. And not to miss Cherrapunji is the wettest place in India. 

    How to reach Cherrapunji: Guwahati is the nearest airport to Cherrapunji, it is 181 km away. You can easily take a taxi from the bus stand in Guwahati and reach Cherrapunji.

    In case you wish to visit the northern part of India and enjoy the beauty of snow, grab your premade itinerary of Kashmir & nearby places.

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  • Lonavala
  • If you’re someone who lives in Maharashtra and needs a break from their rush & busy schedule for a weekend then Lonavala can be your next destination. It has remarkable green valleys, caves, serene lakes, and stunning waterfalls. 

    This place has space for every type of vacation, from quiet to adventurous. 

    How to reach Lonavala: You can board a flight to Pune and then book a cab to enjoy the serene view. You can also take a train from Mumbai to Lonavala. 

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  • Mowlynnong
  • Now, we have the cleanest village in Asia for you. Mowlynnong is a perfect place for you if you love exploring the hidden spots of India. It is located in Meghalaya and is also given names like, ‘God’s own Garden’ because of its unspoiled beauty.

    Also, the road journey to reach Mowlynnong is heavenly beautiful.

    How to reach Mowlynnong: The nearest airport is Shillong, and you can reach the destination via road. And it gives you some picturesque scenes while travelling along roads.

    You can also include an adventurous trip to Ladakh (for 15 days) with the help of our Premade Itinerary.

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    These are some of the best recommendations for you to cover solo or with your family, friends, and partner. During monsoons, these places glow differently and have a view that you can never forget. 

    Are you still looking for more options to compare from? We have many different places for you to explore and as a surprise, we have special premade itineraries for you to choose from.

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