Best time of Monsoon. You can travel Maharastra yet avoid crowdy places like lonavala and go for some adventure treks spread across the state. Or may be Madhyapradesh Pachmarhi etc. Kerala in any case less crowded in many parts of it like thekkady and ramakkalmedu side. This way you can avoid crowds and yet have an amazin trip.
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You can definitely enjoy your monsoons in the mountains of Uttarakhand 😃
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Come to goa !!! you'll get a chance to see goa beyond beaches
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Great !!! South Goa have so many unexplored places
I have been to Goa a few times now, and it will always be on my list to make it to Goa no matter how many times I go. This time I am looking for something off beat, I will definitely end up in South Goa if I get no other better option.
I'd say travel to Uttarakhand but not the far fledged places. Nainital, bhimtal, and certain places around are fine and in fact great to spend monsoons at. But deter going to places that have long stretches of hilly roads because the mountains are vulnerable to landslides and that's dangerous.
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Totally agree with you, I have planned and booked a trip to the spiti valley and chitkul, but given the news of landslides I guess I have to check out for other options now
Monsoon is here. so you can explore Western Ghats like Kudremukh, Kodachadri, Sahyadri and also Maharashtra is super awesome 🌸
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Yeah.. that was on my mind, but given the new of landslides I doubt if it is a good option now. any other suggestions?
Don't forget 3rd wave is near
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Yes. I agree and would hence like to explore places which are not crowded and off beat