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Coonoor and Coorg would be good options- won't be too hot and they're gorgeous and quaint hill stations. Here's a travel guide for Coonoor- https://thehungrytrotter.com/2017/05/29/the-conoor-travel-guide/ and one for Coorg- https://thehungrytrotter.com/2016/02/13/coorg-the-great-escape/ Hope this helps!
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Go for Chikmaglur, its less crowded with tourist and also their are architectural wonders to see
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Mysore and Coorg Chikmangaluru
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Coorg, Ooty, Kodaikanal.
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Kodaikanal coorg
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Chikmagalur Coorg Ooty-Coonoor Kodaikanal
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Kochi, Coorg, Kodaikanal
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Ooty, kodaikanal and coorg
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Banglore Mysore Ooty Kodaikanal Coorg
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Coorg would be the ideal place as the weather is pleasant there even in may due to the dense forests
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Unless you want to burn out from the heat, any where in south is good 😄
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Dear fellow traveler, checkout the link below. This will help you out. https://traveltriangle.com/blog/tourist-places-in-south-india-during-summer/
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