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Go to leh and pangong lake. It's best season to go there as everywhere it'll be raining but leh will be exquisite with it's beauty. And if you have more days you can cover markha valley.
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I have been there :)
Enveloped in the beauty of the Sahyadri range, a part of the Western Ghats, Mahabaleshwar is one of the most romantic places in India, especially in the monsoon. Foggy roads, pitter -patter of rains, lush greenery, clouds that descend the mountain tops and more, make it breathtaking. Pratapgad is charming to explore as the tales of the olden days reverberate in the very air. Lingamala waterfalls, fed by rains make a truly captivating sight. The panorama is surreal from the Elephants Head Point.
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Truly, it is. ????
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Kunumanali
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Western Ghats, Ooty
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You can visit Bhandardara, a beautiful place to spend weekend in Maharashtra. In Bhandardara you can visit Umbrella Fall, Wisdom Dam, Randha Falls, Kalsubai Peak and many more places. If you are planning to come The Yash Resort is the best place to stay. There they have swiming pool and an awesome pool side cafe named YOLO Cafe.
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Monsoon is the best season to travel in India where you can enjoy the nature while traveling. There are many spots in india for trekking at monsoon. Here is the list of spots you must try: 1.Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand 2.Tarsar Marsar, Jammu & Kashmir 3.Harishchandraghat Trek, Maharashtra 4.Sinhagad Trek, Pune 5.Hampta Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh Here is brief info of trek: https://www.indianeagle.com/traveldiary/indias-5-best-monsoon-treks-you-dont-want-to-miss/
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