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In my opinion, Kerala would be the best!
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Thanks Megha for replying.
Other than Kerala and Sikkim, you can try Coorg in Karnataka. Coorg is situated in Mysore in Karnataka. It attracts vacationers every year with its alluring backdrop and pleasant climate. It is an ideal tourist destination for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. It is famous for its culture and friendly local tribes. Being a quaint hill station there are many places of interest in Coorg like Abbey Falls, Rajas Seat, Namdroling Monastery, Nagarhole National Park and Talacauvery. For accommodations: https://www.ulohotels.com/coorg-hotels-and-resorts
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Goa , Pondicherry or Agra.
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Hey I am from kolkata and would suggest you to visit Darjeeling and Kolkata and Doors in august. It will be a nice experience when the whole bunch of tourists will be gone and you will have the place on your own. If you are history and cultural buff then kolkata has many options to offer like Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's House ( Very well kept) Rabindra Nath Tagores house then Charming Victoria Memorial. Princep Ghat famous chicken steak sizzler at Peter Cat Kolkata and their chelo kebab ( Many stalwarts have eaten the same, at this place) Coffee House in College Street. Science City they have wonderful shows from 3-5pm daily. Darjeeling Must See Tiger Hills Mall Road Ghum Monastery Food at keventers Bhutia Market St Andrews Church Toy train Journey. You can give one day to kolkata, rest to darjeeling. Land at bagdogra direct visit darjeeling then come to kolkata on last day.
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Dear Sukh, Exactly during the 15th August weekend i had been to Kuduremukha trek, and I am pretty sure it wont be disappointing for you. You can get all the info you need in my blog. https://www.tripoto.com/trip/kuduremukha-green-heavens-5b1cb7661ea63
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I guess Pondicherry is a good option as it receives most if its rainfall in December during the return of monsoon.
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North : Amritsar ,Dalhousie , Dharamshala , Nainital West , Maharashtra ( Lonavala , Khandala , Lavasa, Nasik), Goa , Aurangabad South : ooty , Wayanad , Pondicherry, Kanyakumari , Mangalore North East - Shillong , Darjeeling , Gangtok
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Hi For 4-5 days u can take Meghalaya into ur list...it's an amazing place... specially in monsoon...
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Dear fellow traveler, check out the link below this will help you out. https://traveltriangle.com/blog/best-places-to-visit-in-august-in-india/
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