Best Places To Visit In August In The World That Will Make You Pack Your Bags Right Away!

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Monsoons are arguably the best time of the year in the country. It's not hot anymore, it's not too cold either, and most importantly it's all rich green all around. August marks the advent of the monsoons in India, so naturally, the vivid beauty of some of the bountiful destinations is automatically enhanced with the downpour during this time. And therefore, August is one of the most adventurous months for travelling if you happen to be a 'nature's shower' lover.

Places to Visit during Monsoon

In order to ensure that you completely enjoy August, here is a lay down on some of the best places to visit in India in August:

Goa has its own airport, the Dabolim Airport which well connected to other parts of the country.

Always carry waterproof bag packs/pouches while visiting Goa in monsoons as they will come in handy when you move around in the torrential rains.

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Situated on the Western Ghats, this is 'the land of cauvery'. Counted among one of the most famous hill-stations down south, it is often called the 'Scotland of India'. It offers plenty to explore from hill-top coffee and spice plantations to tributaries of river Kaveri flowing magically in between, and also fishing and island-hopping options for the more adventurous ones.

August is the perfect time to visit since monsoon season is in full bloom and the valley looks even more fresh and enchanting. Hence, Coorg makes it to the top of the list for best places to visit in India in August.

Ideal for

Travellers who don't mind setting out in the rains and enjoy witnessing plantations at their lush green best

Things to do in Coorg

Explore the wildlife at Nagarhole National Park; have a picnic atop Brahmagiri Peak and visit the second biggest Tibetan settlement in India in Bylakuppe. To know more about places to visit in Coorg, check Coorg's Travel Guide by clicking here.

Getting there:

Mangalore Airport is the nearest airport to Coorg, located at a distance of 145km.

Tip:

Don't venture out into the plantations without consent. Remember, it might be an attraction to you but it is someone's private property as well!

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Photo of Munnar, Kerala, India by Tripoto

Another of the beautiful Western Ghats hill-station, this is famous for its patterned tea gardens and absolutely scenic monsoon weather. It is now the biggest commercial hub for tea cultivation in India and the sculpted green plantations provide its beauty another lush edge. Visit it in August to see heavy downpour amidst sipping your favourite flavourful chai. Want to learn more about Munnar? Get a full travel guide by simply clicking here!

Ideal for:

Couples and families who love flora and and have an immense love for tea.

Things to do in Munnar:

Go mountain biking through the gentle slopes of Munnar, enjoy a shikara ride in Kundala Lake and visit the unique Tata Tea Museum.

Getting there:

The closest international airport to Munnar is 120 km away in Cochin.

Tip:

At markets and in some shops the pricing is quite flexible—use your bargaining skills to get discounts while shopping in Munnar.

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Photo of Panchgani, Maharashtra, India by Tripoto

The 'panch' in its name symbolises the five 'sahyadri hills' surrounding it, and 'gani' on the other hand means settlement. But this picturesque location is much more than just a regular settlement, with a table-top plateau land providing travellers a truly awesome rain drenching experience in the month of August.

It is also considered as one of the most oxygen- rich spots, thus giving plenty of fresh air to the wanderers. So now all you 'city pollution inhalers' know your best place to visit in India in August to get your dose of breathable breeze! Get your own travel guide for Panchgani by simply clicking here.

Ideal for:

Travellers looking for a quick monsoon weekend escape from Mumbai

Things to do in Panchgani:

Paraglide from Table land; enjoy a spellbinding view of the lush green Krishna valley and the Dom Dam backwaters from Parsi point and put your explorer shoes on at Rajpuri Caves.

Getting there:

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai is the closest airport to Panchgani (252 km).

Tip:

The road connecting Mumbai and Panchgani can get really slippery during the monsoons so if you're travelling on a two-wheeler, make sure you don't overspeed and have enough safety gear on.

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Dominated primarily by the Tibetan culture and monk dynasty, this Himalayan region is a paradise indeed for the adrenaline junkies. Tourists are often seen reaching here on bike trips or road trek. The Siptuk valley and the very known Shanti Stupa are major attractions apart from the stunning mountain peaks of course. Thus, in my opinion, this the best place to visit in India in August.

Ideal for:

Leh is an ideal destination for adventure seekers who are always willing to push the boundaries

Things to do in Leh:

Plan a day trip to the magnificent Zanskar Valley; experience the unique Magnetic Hill of Leh and spot snow leopards at Hemis National Park.

Getting there:

Leh has its own airport, Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport which connects it to other parts of the country.

Tip:

Cellphone network is almost a luxury in Leh. Make sure you check with your cellphone network provider if they provide services in Leh. If not, the safest bet is to get a BSNL sim as soon as you reach Leh. Worried about visiting a place as remote as Leh? Get your own travel guide by clicking here and bid adieu to all your woes!

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Photo of Goa, India by Tripoto

If you love beaches, this is hands down the best place to visit in August in india. Though this ultimate party destination is an all-season hit, the monsoon months are off-season here. And this means heavy discounts and less dizzying crowd. So, if you want to go beyond beaches, August is the perfect time to explore the other marvels of the culturally rich state of Goa. Also, there are various local fests organised around this time in here, giving visitors a glimpse of the Goan life. Get all the information about visiting Goa in monsoons from your travel guide by clicking here.

Ideal for:

Travellers who want to experience Goa without its maddening tourist crowds

Things to do in Goa:

Marvel at the gushing waters of Dudhsagar falls; visit the famous 17th century fortress at Fort Aguada and head to Basilica of Bom Jesus for a spiritual experience.

Getting there:

Goa has its own airport, the Dabolim Airport which well connected to other parts of the country.

Tip:

Always carry waterproof bag packs/pouches while visiting Goa in monsoons as they will come in handy when you move around in the torrential rains.

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Photo of Mount Abu, Rajasthan, India by Tripoto

Being the only hill town of Rajasthan, Mount Abu naturally invites curiosity and much awe when finally seen. This oasis retreat is a pleasant cool-off from the sweltering heat of an otherwise temperate state. It is the pick for nature walks and less demanding treks. You shall be treated to unending view of sky high mountains and green forest cover. This is infact thus one of the most preferred places to visit in August in India in the plains of the country.

Ideal for: Family travellers looking for a destination that has something for just about everyone

Things to do in Mount Abu: Spot crocodiles at Trevor’s Tank; offer your prayers at the 11th and 13th century Dilwara Jain Temples and have a picnic with your loved ones at Nakki Lake.

Getting there: The nearest airport to Mount Abu is in Udaipur at a distance of 185 km.

Tip: While travelling in local transport, always ask to go by the meter to avoid being duped by tuk-tuk drivers who frequently trick tourists. Get more travel tips like this for visiting Mount Abu from your very own travel guide by clicking here.

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Photo of Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, India by Tripoto

Love mountains? Then this is the best place to visit in August in india for you. Imagine standing beneath those majestic waterfalls while it rains! With falls like Battha and Kempty to boast of, Mussoorie is also a notable include in the places to visit in India in August. Take a drive from Dehradun for some added fun and memories and then loose yourself among the cloud- eating hills of the 'Garhwal Himalayan Range'.

Ideal for: Travellers looking for a quick weekend from Delhi

Things to do in Mussoorie: Visit the famous Kempty Falls; indulge in a photo session with the greats at K Dev Bhoomi Wax Museum and watch the sunrise from Laal Tibba. For more such exciting things to do in Mussoorie, click here and get all the guidance you need from your travel guide for Mussoorie.

Getting there: The nearest airport is the Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which lies approximately 54 kilometres from Mussoorie.

Tip: Make your bookings well in advance as Mussoorie is a year round destination and hotels run full most of the time.

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Photo of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Tripoto

The island territory of India is a blissful getaway in itself be it any time of the year but monsoon brings the string of mini-islands alive. The '7th best beach in the world'; Radhanagar Beach, the Phoenix Bay Jetty and Havelock are a must visit while exploring here. Also, you can enjoy the cute Dolphin show at the special dolphin resort and get a peak into history at the Cellular Jail. P.S. I personally chose this one as my place to visit in India in August last year and it was an above awesome experience as expected. Click here to connect with your Andaman Travel Guide and plan your next vacation seamlessly!

Ideal for: Beach bums who want to enjoy a quiet vacation with their near and dear ones

Things to do in Andamans: Go snorkeling at North Bay & Elephant Beach; parasail over the waters at Havelock Island and explore the limestone caves in Baratang.

Getting there: Veer Savarkar International Airport, also known as Port Blair Airport is the is the main airport of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Tip: Do not venture into restricted or tribal areas around the islands, something which you will encounter in aplenty in the region.

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Photo of Spiti Valley, Marango Rangarik, Himachal Pradesh, India by Tripoto

If you are looking for some solitude or quality 'me time' this monsoon, head to the 'Lahaul- Spiti Valley' in the captivating Himachal. You will find yourself indulging in Yak Rides, Wildlife Safaris and even Skiing. Since this hilly region is almost blocked in winters due to heavy snowfall leading to land slides, August is the best month to pay a visit.

Ideal for: Spiti is an ideal destination for travellers whose idea of healing is through a vacation in the middle of nowhere

Things to do in Spiti Valley: Admire the flora & fauna in the Pin Valley National Park; take a challenging trek to Dhankar Lake and see a mummified body in the village of Giu. For more exciting things to do in Spiti Valley, simply click here and get accurate guidance from your personal travel guide.

Getting there: Chandigarh Airport (211kms) is the nearest to Spiti Valley.

Tip: Be prepared for delays as the region experiences frequent landslides which often leads to closed roads and eventually, diversions.

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Photo of Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya, India by Tripoto

This is about the peak of monsoon season and now we are talking of the 2nd most wettest place on Earth! That is enough a reason to rush to Cherrapunjee this August. It is raining virtually everytime in this region of the nature's favourite North-East, and top it up with the time of monsoon and there you have it, a lifetime experience of never ending rain shower trails and travel. Worried about facing the torrential rains? Get expert guidance from Cherrapunjee travel guide by clicking here.

Ideal for: Travellers who really have a thing for rains

Things to do in Cherrapunjee: Explore the massive caves at Krem Phyllut; get a tryst with the wildlife at Nokrek National Park and cross the famous double decker living root bridge

Getting there: Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati is the nearest airport to Cherrapunjee, located at a distance of 181 km.

Tip: Since Cherrapunjee experiences torrential rains during the period, electricity and cellphone network outages are extremely common. Make sure you always carry the essentials and are prepared for the worst.

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Photo of Ooty, Tamil Nadu, India by Tripoto

Situated serenely amidst the Nilgiris, whose name means 'blue mountains', the town of Ooty is splendid to admire. Come the monsoons and the greenery absorbs you in its tranquility and sheer aura. Hills and plantations aside, there are also dams and forest reserves in here to wonder of. Plus the Ooty Lake and Government Botanical Garden also demand a visit. Plan your trip to Ooty right away with the expert guidance of your very own travel guide by clicking here.

Ideal for:

Travellers looking for a family destination in South India

Things to do in Ooty:

Take a ride in Nilgiri Mountain Railway; shop for rare books at Higginbothams Book Store and offer your prayers to the rain gods at Mariamman Temple.

Getting there:

Approximately 88 kilometres away, Coimbatore is the nearest domestic airport from Ooty.

Tip: 

Exploring the hills of Ooty is best done on a bike. If you happen to know how to ride on, don't shy away from hiring a bike and setting off on your own—not only will you end up saving money, but will also have an experience of a lifetime.

International destinations to visit in August

It is that time of the year again when you start looking for new destinations and book yourself a nice family holiday. The month of August is just around the corner and you don’t have much time in hand left to research for new places to visit in August. So, to save up your precious time we bring you a list of International destinations that you can choose from for your upcoming vacation in August.

Here are 7 best places to visit in August around the world:

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Photo of Cornwall, UK by Tripoto

August is perfect for taking your family to the Cornish Coast of United Kingdom. This is the time when the country comes out from its dormancy and welcomes summer with open arms bringing the season of festivities along. Take a relaxing break at the long sandy beaches or experience an action pack getaway with a variety of sports activities or indulge yourself in a gastronomical ride with some excellent seafood the place has to offer.

Top things to see and do:

Take a visit at St Michael's Mount; Tour the Lost Gardens of Heligan; Attend one of the famous shows at Minack Theatre; Also other attractions such as Tate St Ives, Land's End, Tintagel Castle, the Eden Project and Cornish Seal Sanctuary are not-be-missed!

Flight cost:

Round-trip fares from New Delhi to Newquay for the month of August starts from ₹51,400

Daily budget: 

Average Daily Cost Per person, per day ₨10,507

Best time to visit: 

Summer is the best time to visit Cornwall. At this time of year, it feels like Cornwall is waking up and everything seems to step up a gear.

Where to stay:

Budget travellers can stay opt for Elect Inn 5 which will cost them ₹3,303 per night, otherwise, for luxurious stays, Auberge Chesley's Inn is also a good option. The rooms here start from the price of ₹8,475 per night.

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With hundreds of volcanoes and home to world’s largest glacier, Iceland, truly is the land of fire and ice. The country is relaxed and welcoming, yet the capital reflects a fierce creativity and a cultural life that you would want to experience at once.

Top things to see and do:

Visit the Pingvellir National Park Park; take a dip in a geothermal lagoon; camp next to Dynjani Waterfalls; the lava fields of Leirhnjukur; visit the famous black sand beach in Dyrhólaey.

Flight Cost:

Round-trip fares from New Delhi to Reykjavik starts from ₹80,160 for the month of August.

Daily budget: 

The average daily cost per person, per day in Iceland is ₹18,318

Best time to visit:

Summer is the best season to visit Iceland for the warm temperatures. Although for hikers, the best time to visit is, the month of July and August.

Where to stay:

Budget travellers can opt for renting private rooms which will cost them around ₹5,454 per night and luxurious travellers can opt for hotels such as Reykjavik Residence Apartment Hotel in Reykjavík which will cost around ₹40,365 per night.

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Photo of Puglia, Italy by Tripoto

Life in Puglia is slow and runs at its own pace, often known as the heel of Italy’s boot, the region remains lost in its whitewashed towns, farmlands and its endless coastline. Travellers looking for authentic Italian culture and lifestyle, can travel back in time in this country and experience the authentic Italian culture and lifestyle, up and close. The sandy beaches, the European architecture and the local cuisine make Puglia an attractive summer holiday destination.

Top things to see and do:

Visit Castel Del Monte; Take a religious tour of the Otranto's cathedral; Do visit the spectacular limestone caves of Grotte di Castellana; Visit Gargano National Park (Parco Nazionale del Gargano), one of the largest in Italy.

Flight cost:

Round-trip fares from New Delhi to Bari starts from ₹46,955 for the month of August.

Daily budget: 

The average daily cost per person, per day in Italy is ₹9,783

Best time to visit:

Summer is the best season to visit Puglia. July-August is the peak season; it is when the area is busy with food festivals, concerts and other spectacular music events.

Where to stay:

Budget travellers can opt for renting private rooms in B&B Bari Old Town which will cost them around ₹5,454 per night and luxurious travellers can opt for hotels such as Masseria La Gresca which will cost around ₹18,754 per night.

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Photo of Corsica, France by Tripoto

A French Island covered with the Mediterranian Sea on all sides is what you need to explore on the upcoming August vacation. Explore culture and history of Corsica in the lofty Genoese towers and bridges, former army strongholds and prehistoric ruins. The place is known to be a miniature continent in itself for its diverse landscapes. From small desert creeks to vast gulf s, from endless beaches to highest mountains of the Mediterranean, Corsica has a lot to offer to all its visitors.

Top things to do: 

Take a tour of the Maison Bonaparte museum; Visit the Scandola Nature Reserve which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Visit the dramatic Bonifacio Citadel; Go canyoning in the stunning canyons of Corsica.

Flight Cost: 

Round-trip fares from Mumbai to Corsica starts from ₹70,700 for the month of August.

Daily Budget:

The average daily cost per person, per day in Italy is ₹8,339

Best time to go:

Corsica is lovely in July-August, when they get around 11 hours of sun a day. It gives enough opportunities for a traveller to engage in sports activities.

Where to stay: 

Budget travellers can opt for renting private rooms in Hotel de La Paix which will cost them around ₹5,400 per night and luxurious travellers can opt for hotels such as Hotel Capo Rosso which will cost around ₹20,000 per night.

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An archipelago with 115 Indian Ocean islands, Seychelles is a tropical paradise for anyone who visits the place in August. The archipelago is known for its diverse wildlife, white beaches and clear, crystalline waters. Be it water activities for adrenaline junkies or luxurious isolated stays for peace seekers, Seychelles have something for everyone. Spend some time trying the flavourful local cuisine, which is mainly based on coconut, seafood and curry.

Top things to do:

Go sunbathing on the beaches; Try Scuba Diving and Snorkeling; Go for rock climbing in Constance Ephelia; Trekkers and hikers must go for Copolia Trail in Mahe Island; Island Hopping

Flight cost:

Round-trip fares from Mumbai to Mahe Islands starts from ₹24,230 for the month of August.

Daily Budget:

The average daily cost per person, per day in Italy is ₹10,783

Best time to go: 

Diving is possible year-round, but the best months are considered to be April-May and October-November.

Where to stay: 

Budget travellers can opt for renting private rooms in Villa Marthe which will cost them around ₹6,400 per night and luxurious travellers can opt for hotels such as The H Resort Beau Vallon Beach which will cost around ₹46,000 per night.

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Photo of Kenya by Tripoto

For a wildlife enthusiast, visiting Kenya in August can be the best possible thing. With the dropping temperatures in August, the country starts to unfold its raw beauty. Go for a safari camp and enter the wilderness of Kenya’s forest to encounter some of Africa’s wildest. Breathtaking balloon safaris, white sandy beaches on the east coast and over 45 natural reserves, Kenya has lots of surprises in store for you.

Top things to do: 

Visit at least two best wildlife viewing sanctuaries which includes Maasai Mara, and Amboseli; Go for a beach holiday on the East African Indian Ocean coast; meet local Bantu African tribes in the island of Lamu; Try river rafting in Tana River

Flight cost:

Round-trip fares from Mumbai to Nairobi starts from ₹45,700 for the month of August.

Daily Budget:

The average daily cost per person, per day in Italy is ₹6,907

Best time to go:

The best time to visit Kenya beach destinations is in August, when after the showers the temperature cools down and makes the weather bearable for safaris.

Where to stay:

Budget travellers can opt for renting private rooms in Mash Park Hotel which will cost them around ₹3,584 per night and luxurious travellers can opt for hotels such as Magna Hotel and Suites which will cost around ₹15,000 per night.

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Cartagena is a colourful port city of Columbia located on the Caribbean coast. The walled UNESCO World Heritage Site hides a colonial history within itself. Along with the history, the city has successfully managed to preserve its natural landscapes. A traveller here can have multiple treats here; take a break from work, enjoy the beaches and the nature or go explore the city from within, know the local culture and lifestyle in Cartagena.

Top things to do:

Visit the Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas, it’s a fortress built by the Spaniards; Centro Amurallado - Old Town is a must visit; Rent a cabin here or go diving in the clear waters of Rosario Islands; Encounter the colonial religious life of locals here; Get a superb views of the city, the Caribbean and nearby islands from La Popa Convent

Flight cost:

Round-trip fares from New Delhi to Cartagena starts from ₹1,03,119 for the month of August

Daily Budget:

The average daily cost per person, per day in Italy is ₹3,197

Best time to go:

The weather in Cartagena is generally hot and humid. Colombia is considered to be an all year round destination, the ideal time to visit is from May to August when its warm in day and cool breeze tones down the weather in evening,

Where to stay: 

Budget travellers can opt for renting private rooms Selina Cartagena II which will cost them around ₹3,206 per night and luxurious travellers can opt for hotels such as GHL Corales de Indias which will cost around ₹6,000 per night.

There can definitely be some more interesting additions to the list, such as Lonavala (Maharashtra), Alleppy (Kerela), Darjeeling (West Bengal), Udaipur (Rajasthan), Mandu (Madhya Pradesh) etc. which are a must on your monsoon- travel 'bucket list'. So, the next time you find yourself pondering upon the best places to visit in August in India, you know where to book your tickets for!

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Each Destination seems Enchanting with the Monsoon Magic !!! Perfect Compilation by the Author...
Fri 08 04 17, 20:07 · Reply · Report
Goa should be removed from this list...i have been there 2 times during monsoon and it was a complete waste of money.. no clubs, no food continuous rain for days and we were not able to step out of the hotels
Thu 06 29 17, 11:03 · Reply · Report
Awesome List of Places. Must Visit in India in August is definitely on the charts. Thanks Kritvi :D
Sun 03 27 16, 01:35 · Reply · Report
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