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July has rains all around India Avoid hills Visit Udaipur or mount abu
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You can Visit Hill Station For Greenery n U can Explore leh Ladakh Or Manali or Kerala
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Orcha, mp Valley of flowers, chamoli, uttrakhand Mahabaleswar, Maharashtra
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I think Coorg Ooty Coonoor are the good options to visit in July
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Mussoorie, Ooty, Dehradun, Nainital
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If the mighty Himalayas are too far for you. I would suggest you the western ghats. Lonavala, Mahabaleshwar, Matheran are some places you'd love visiting during monsoon.
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Cherapunjee
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Valley of flowers, Ooty and coorg or come to Bombay to enjoy monsoons
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If planning to visit kerala... this newly opened place is a must visit https://youtu.be/uMqCiPvyFHY
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Kerala Meghalaya Manipur
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Best option is Himachal In July. You ll get lots of waterfalls and grennery everywhere.
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Hi, you can visit Manali, Uttarakhand Ooty and Kerala during July. 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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Pondicherry Leh ladakh
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Western Ghat like Pune , Lonavla and Munnar in Kerala.
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Himachal Pradesh Uttarakhand Leh Manali Shimla
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Western ghats area
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Leh-Ladakh, spiti valley, Manali, srinagar, valley of flowers, munnar, mahabaleshwar, coorg, kodaikanal etc
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