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Ruby Jacob May 27 2013

Which are the best places to visit during rainy season?

Mercy Jacob May 30 2013
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Who doesn't love the pitter patter of rainfall on windows, the cool breeze laden with the perfume of moist soils and the burst of greens that monsoon unleashes onto the environment? If this is one of the times you'd like to travel, here is a list of places that can be explored!

1. Pondicherry



If you like your rainy days with a little sprinkling of the sun, Pondicherry will do well to please you. Wake up to excellent coffee and croissants, stroll along the beach and soak up the sun, and when it rains, be fascinated watching the clouds caress a happy and enthusiastic sea. For more details of the climes in monsoon, check out Weather in Pondicherry.

2. Kerala



The God's own country takes on an all new charm once monsoon spreads out to perform its happy dance. It is believed by the ayurvedic community that monsoons are the best time for treatments as the rainy season helps in retaining the bodily balance. Lay  back and let the skilled hands of a practitioner soothe away all pain and worry from your body! Don't worry about the weather in Kerala, the sun and clouds play a merry peek-a-boo.

3. Cherrapunjee



No better  way to enjoy monsoon than heading to one of India's wettest places, Cherrapunjee.  What's the most interesting aspect of this one? The skilfully made root crafted living bridges like the one you see in the picture above. Not only is it a joy to click, it is a sublime thrill to cross one! For more details, refer to Weather in Cherrapunjee.

4.  Goa



Make the most of Goa with a quarter of the crowd and at half the budget in monsoon. While you might not encounter the liveliest party in the rainy season, mother nature does provide some brilliant avenues for gorging your eyes on in Goa. Not only are the sunsets a crimson pink during this time, the locals celebrate a lot of festivals during this season, holding forth the opportunity of a culturally enriching holiday!

5. Darjeeling



With mist laden clouds rolling down the lush green tea gardens, Darjeeling makes for an excellent getaway in the monsoons. Sip exotic varieties of tea, take a heritage walk or simply go tea picking with the locals on different hills. Sounds like a plan? Check out the weather in Darjeeling.

Hope this helps!

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