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As it is peak of Monsoon, mostly trekking places will be good option Udaipur can be your destination.... There are many trek points in Maharashtra like Prabalgad, Bhandardara, Pawana lake,Manchi etc... which provides scenic beauty Even Gokarna & Hampi can be included in the list
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You can visit Leh-Ladakh which is very ideal destination for rainy season like August. You can also explore western ghats, Konkan Railway, Meghalaya etc in this season.
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You can explore Munnar. It's an awesome place to visit to.
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Go to Ladakh..it is perfect time for star gazing and nights will be less colder than now
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If you can travel all the way down south then you have variety of places to visit in Kerala. From Trivandrum to Kasargodu you can actually spend ur entire august in scenic beauty. Best place to go would be Wayanad if you are craving to spend ur night in forest or waterfalls and Alapuzha if you want attain peace floating in Backwaters. Or Trivandrum if you want to get a mix of both forest land mass and beaches.
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Khujrao , orcha, munnar, wayanad, gokharna
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Kerala Auli Delhi Jaipur Goa Alibaugh
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Tirupati , Manali ,Ooty
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The monsoons in and around Pune, Konkan area is to marvellous. Trek for views from any Lohagad, Torna, Raigad(I can go on with the list) forts is absolutely wonderful.Also, you can go to Devkund waterfalls which is nearly 80kms from Pune. If you stay in or around Pune/mumbai, all these forts are one day tours. Also, if you're a beach bum, go to the Konkan coast... pick any beach from Goa to Gokarna(infact till Kanyakumari.. Varkala, Kovalam in Kerala are my favs!)
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In August, you can visit places mentioned below. 1. Leh- Ladakh 2. Lonavala 3. Panchmarhi 4. Kerala
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Hi, the best places to visit in August are Kerala, Karnataka and Maharashtra. I have attached with this comment few options for you, you can click on them to find more details about them. If you want to talk to someone about the packages simply fill in your details in the form and you will receive a call.
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Polo forest is best!!
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In August you can plan Rajasthan Tour. Also, you can go to Maharastra Tour e.g. Lonavala. You can also opt for trekking in uttarakhand regions and himachal pradesh region
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I will suggest for hillstations in South India. for eg. Coorg in Karnataka, Wayanad and Munnar in Kerala, Ooty in Tamilnadu, Pachmarhi In Madhya Pradesh. Apart from that trekking in Sahyadri and Western Ghats is best option if you are into adventure.
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Since it is the monsoon season, it is the best time to visit western ghats. You can visit Coorg, Chikmagalur, Agumbe or Kabini in Karnataka. Doodh sagar falls and Jog falls in North Karnataka are also good options to consider.
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Coorg Chikmagalur Kerala Ooty-Coonoor Kodaikanal
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North : Amritsar ,Dalhousie , Dharamshala , Nainital, Udaipur West , Maharashtra ( Lonavala , Khandala , Lavasa, Nasik), Goa , Aurangabad South : ooty , Wayanad , Pondicherry, Kanyakumari , Mangalore North East - Shillong , Darjeeling , Gangtok
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Dear fellow traveler, checkout the link below. This will help you out https://traveltriangle.com/blog/best-places-to-visit-in-august-in-india/
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