Monsoon is one of the best travel times of the year as you get to experience the real colors of nature while traveling. Seeing a green color mixed with an earthy scent acts like a drug in your soul – it makes you crave more. Although there are many places where walking in the monsoon can be difficult, the scenery would be perfect for all that sweat.
Storms breathe the rich vegetation through the hills, giving hikers a spectacular view. The hills are brighter and brighter during the rainy season, with lush vegetation and green grasslands. You will be amazed at the amazing beauty of the beautiful Himalayan trekking mountains. You should, however, know where to visit.
Harishchandragad Trek, Maharashtra:-
Have you ever wondered about visiting the beautiful Western Ghats? But you should never think that walking in the Western Ghats is a piece of cake because the so-called ‘Cobra’s hood’ of the Harishchandraghat trek is difficult. This is one of the most difficult monsoon journeys in India. But as they say, nuts that are strong when cracked give you a better taste of this place. You can be amazed at the beauty of the district pictures with Konkan Khada here. You can check out the Stone Age caves (Kedareshwara caves) with its three broken pillars when the legend says that the earth would end when the fourth pillar broke.
Time – 2 Day
Height – 4690 ft
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Valley Of Flowers, Uttarakhand:-
Now this place is at the top of my list of major trips due to its great beauty included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Heavy rains make the valley attractive by adorning it with colorful floral arrangements and thus making the viewing experience more enjoyable. Amazing weather is an added bonus in a multi-colored area. You can always see colorful butterflies, birds, and animals like Musk Deer.
Duration – 6 days
Height – 15,200ft.
Sinhagad Trek, Pune:-
Do you want to walk near Pune? Sinhagad is a mountain fortress that gives you an amazing feeling of travel and a perfect picnic spot. A beautiful view of the rising and setting of the sun from this castle is worth photographing. It also winds you through mountainous peaks and rolling hills. The monsoon season can make this place very attractive and add to its green look. The royal castle reveals Qila’s unfortunate experience with its terrifying thunder sounds.
Duration – 2 days
Height – 4304ft
Beas Kund, Himachal Pradesh:-
This place is close to Manali and has been a popular hiking destination because during the trek you take a long trek near a few large mountains of Manali. You will find excellent peaks such as Friendship Peak, Hanuman Tibba, Shitidhar, and Seven Sisters by your side. The monsoon season may make this trip difficult but you can definitely enjoy the view. Plus, it will be a long journey and it will not be too difficult.
Duration – 4 days
Height – 12,770ft
Dzongri Trek, Sikkim:-
This is one of the most popular routes in Sikkim as it extends from Yuksom to Dzongri and includes hiking in Goecha La, while covering areas such as Phedang and Bakkhim. The impressive view of Mt. Kanchenjunga and Mt. Pandim is the highlight. Due to the heavy rains, there is a green area around you. This trip is really a paradise for hiking lovers especially in monsoon.
Duration- 9 days
Height – 13,780ft
Indrahar Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh:-
Starting at the exciting McLeod Ganj area, the Indrahar Pass Trek is a tour that unites visitors with its amazing natural beauty and serenity. This Earth is very high at 4324 meters and is the world that attracts the attention of every traveler around the world. It is located on the Dhauladhar Range in Himachal Pradesh. This intermediate trip helps guests explore the natural beauty with a free hand.
Duration – 10 days
Height – 14,245ft.
Mullayanagiri Trek, Karnataka:-
This could be another amazing trip for the Western Ghats. You will find the highest price in Karnataka on this route at Chikmagalur. As the birds guard you, you can wander along a winding path, full of flowers. But remember to keep an eye on the various Nandi idols along the way. Also, as the highest peak in Karnataka, during the monsoon season, you may encounter strong winds, clouds around you and much more.
Duration – 2 days
Height – 4,304ft