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You can visit Pune in August. In ur 2-3 days u can visit, Lonavala, Tamhini ghat, And Picturesque Lavasa city. There are 4-5 dams around Pune, khadakwasla, Mulshi etc. which are scenic. And also Mahabaleshwar is worth visiting in monsoon.
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Shillong should top your list.
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Its Monsoon season, Head up for Maharashta. Or in South - Wayanad, Munnar, Sakleshpur, Chikmangalur
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In India u can go to Lansdowne. it is a beautiful scenic place. There r several other destinations in Himachal Pradesh to visit in August with luscious greenery and scenic environment. Khajjar is one of them and it's called Switzerland of India.
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If you're going for views ...try to avoid mountains in this season as heavy rainfall will be there ..and it'll ruin your trips...
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Ooty, munnar, manali, darjeeling, gangtok
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Avoid mountains in Monsoon.
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If you like to visit South part of India then Chikmagalur, kolli hills, Munnar, Wayanad.....and many more places and Treks
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Hi Bulbul, I know hills are a no-no for everyone during monsoons. But if you really want to travel anyways, Himachal will welcome you with rainbows, mist and washed down shades of greens- a perfect romantic affair with the hills. I've lived all my life in the hills and there's nothing like a walk in the wilderness when it's pouring down grace on you ! All the best for your plans.
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Coonor and Coorg.
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Munnar kodaikanal coorg yercaud kufri ranikhet
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Where are you travelling from?
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