Top 6 places to visit in June

June is here, currently we are in the sixth month of the year. Half of the year has gone and I don’t understand how and when it passed away. It’s the season of rains, and I’m currently waiting for the rains,not because I adore it but because I want the weather to be pleasant. 

Sun has also started to play hide and seek with clouds and by seeing the sky all I can feel is that the rains are not very far and they are on their way for arrival. Hello readers I hope you all are doing well, and it’s  time for a new blog to explore new places. 

Many of us think that June and July are the palest months of the year, there are no additional or public holidays and hence many don’t like to express their happiness for June and July. 

In terms of travel, the monsoon is the most fresh period to undertake trips, especially the road trips. As soon as the rains arrive the environment becomes cleaner, fresher and more beautiful. The best part about traveling in the rain is that you find places deserted, less crowded and more peaceful. 

If you are thinking of undertaking traveling in June, then here is my list of top recommendations.

Tirthan Valley 

One of the most unique and high altitude valleys situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh is Tirthan Valley. It is an ideal destination for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts, weather is pleasant and undertake various activities on the foothills of this valley. 

Things to do:

Rock Climbing, river crossing, trout fishing and trekking with waterfalls on adjacent side.

Kamshet 

Kamshet is a small scenic hill station located in western maharashtra. Over the years it has developed its image as paradise for paraguilders. A cool breeze settling over the fields is the best way to describe the environment of the region. Kamshet is an ideal place if you are looking for a place to relax and unwind. 

Things to do: Birdwatching, field picnics, trek, shopping from local market.

Kudremukh

Located in Karnataka, this picturesque hill station is the  best spot for undertaking trekking. The name of the kudremukh peaks comes from the fact that the shape of the peak is in the structure of the horse face. Surrounded by dense jungles and green fields, the place is an ideal spot for a peaceful outing. 

Things to do: 

Trekking, Visit Kalsa town, shop tea leaves, spices and coffee powder.

Kumarakom

Rains are the season when the entire southern part of India showcases its eternal beauty and attracts lots of tourists and travellers. Kumarakom region is famous for its backwaters and houseboats. Houseboats are considered to be the true heritage of the state. If you want to immerse in the beauty of the backwaters, Kumarakom is waiting for you. 

Things to do:

Fishing, Craft Museum, fulfill your craving of local delicacies. 

Idukki

Idukki is the home to the highest peak in southern India. It is located in the district of Anamudi, it is situated at the top of western ghats and gives a beautiful view from the top. It is a home to various species of flora and fauna. 

Things to do: 

Visit Mangla Devi Temple, explore Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary 

Ponmudi 

Ponmudi is known as the ooty of Trivandrum.It is home to various kinds of plantations including tea and the best part about this is that it is still untouched. Visit this ideal spot with your loved ones to enjoy the quality time.

Things to do: 

Spot wild goats. Mankayam waterfalls, enjoy the beauty of nature

It’s the time to explore nature and enjoy its beauty, plan your trips to these places and make your June filled with memories!!

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