Travelers want to roam more and more places on a low budget. Also, many of us traveler want to spend vacations in such places where there is not enough crowd and they can get relief there. Here is a list of 15 exotic destinations in summers in India.
Kashmir, which is called Earth’s Paradise, is a great place to roam in the summer. Apart from avoiding the heat hitting here, there is a different thing to enjoy the snowy winds. People here get a lot of comfort in the beautiful plea. In Kashmir, there are many beautiful ponds like Dul, Wular, and Nagin. The tourists are quite relaxed. Sonamarg is known for its fascinating landscapes filled with flowery grass-rich grasslands, lush vegetation, snow-covered mountains, still valleys and pine-sloping slopes.
The nearest airport is in Srinagar and via rail route, Jammu Tawi is the nearest station, 290 km away. Ideal duration to enjoy is 6-7 days which is sufficient.
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The city of lakes is the most popular place to be like in Nainital tourism. Nainital, considered to be the glory of Uttarakhand in India, is today considered to be a major tourist area. It is a beautiful city located in the Shivalik mountain range in north-central India of Uttarakhand. The lakes have a special contribution to enhancing the beauty here. In summer, the beauty of Nainital and cold weather brings not only the native but also the foreign tourists. In Pangot and Kilbury Bird Sanctuary, you can have the pleasure to see the bird-chirping and watching them silently.
The nearest airport is the Pantnagar Airport located 60 km away from Nainital. Via railways, Kathgodam Railway Station at a distance of 20 km is the closest one from the hill station. and if you want to explore the town via road then Delhi is the nearest metropolitan city from Nainital at a distance of 300 km. And 2-3 days is an ideal time to enjoy here.
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Manali is a very beautiful tourist destination, Manali in Himachal Pradesh draws people from its beauty and greenery. Manali, which is located five and a half kilometers from Delhi, is also called the colorful flowering valley. If you want to immerse yourself in the adventurous activities then Solang Valley is the best thing to do in India in summers. Enjoy to the fullest at Rohtang Pass to play in the snow in summer. Adventure seekers can converge in paragliding, zorbing, quad biking and many others here. Kullu can be a great place for sightseeing if you have extra time.
the nearest airport you will find here is Bhuntar, 50 km away from Manali; Nearest railhead in Chandigarh, located at 291 km distance. and from Delhi experience road trip which is 564 km away. 3-4 days is the is the ideal time to enjoy.
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4. Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh is also quite good with the intention to spend the summer holidays. Here also the weather is very pleasant in summer. The unique confluence of Indian culture and heritage is found in Manali and surrounding areas in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Mall road fascinates the visitors here. Also well-known for religious architectures, Lord Hanuman Temple is one of them, with Jakhu Hill; a short and beautiful drive from Shimla.
The nearest airport, Chandigarh, 115 km away. Kalka is the closest railway station and from Delhi, you can go via road, 360 km away from the town. 3-4 days are sufficient for the adventure.
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The vacation dream of every biker, the sepia colored mountains in Ladakh establishes a tempting contrast to the blue lakes and sky. Summer is considered the best time to go to Ladakh, it is kept in the most beautiful summer holiday destinations in India. India’s famous Buddhist monastery, such as Thiksey Monastery, adds vibrant colors to Panoramic view.
Jammu Tawi is the closest railway station from Ladakh as it is located 700 km from the Leh city in Ladakh. If you prefer road trip, then Ladakh is 1300 km away from Delhi.
Experience the beauty of emerald Pangong Tso Lake, camel rides across the sand dunes of Nubra Valley. 5-7 days are sufficient to make your trip a memorable one.
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6. Mount Abu
The only and the popular hill station in Rajasthan is Mount Abu. The city of Mount Abu promises a lot of hurly-burly for the visitors. But if you are in search of peace then visiting Jain temples is absolutely necessary. To enjoy boating here, find Nakki Lake.
You can reach here from Udaipur airport; 207 km away from Mount Abu and by rail, Abu Road; 29 km away from the hill station. 2-3 days of duration is good enough for your vacation to this hill station.
You can visit the world famous Delwara temple and the sunset point to capture the most stunning sunset. And Also explore the wildlife sanctuary rich in its floral variety and different hues.
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Gangtok is one of the most beautiful places to come to India in May and June. The capital city of Sikkim is surrounded by sky kissing clouds and wrapped by picturesque lavish vegetation, mysterious deep valleys and photogenic backgrounds of Khangchendzonga. Rumtek Monastery will attract the ideology and sanity of Buddhism. Alongside the Indo-China border, your eyes will be mesmerized by the beauty of alpines flora and fauna. The place is home to abundant species of wildlife you will spot in the zoological park. Tashi View Point should be in your adventure list addendum to see the speechless drenching beauty of Chhangu Lake and Tsomgo Lake.
The nearest airport is 124 km away from Delhi, Bagdogra and from rail transport, New Jalpaiguri in Siliguri is the nearest which is 148 km away. 3-4 days is the ideal duration to enjoy here.
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Darjeeling shelter’s paradise of tea plantation and is blessed with its beautiful panoramic views and the fascinating aroma of tea. Have a breath of fresh air early through the gardens early morning to feel the real charm of Darjeeling. An enjoyable toy train ride is necessary for the children as well as for adults, while the magnificent view of the Kanchendzonga peak from Tiger Hill at sunrise is jaw-dropping for all, especially honeymoon couples. At Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, the wildlife is something to adore for at the largest high altitude zoo in India. The city is credited for the finest summer holiday places in India. Batasia loop is the most popular center of attraction in the city for visitors.
The nearest airport from Darjeeling is Bagdogra which is 65 km away and by rail, Darjeeling has its own railway station. For the pleasure of road trip, the nearest city to Darjeeling is Kolkata, 165 km away. 3-5 days trip is good enough to enjoy to the fullest.
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A precious jewel of North East India i is Shillong, which makes its way at rest in the best places to go to India during the summer. Due to a resemblance between Panorama of Shillong and landscape of Switzerland, it is also known as Scotland of east. Umiam Lake, cascading waterfalls of Elephant Falls, and Nohkalikai Falls will make your day. Don’t forget to visit Living Root Bridges.
You can reach the astonishing hill station as the city has its own airport. At 100 km distance you will have Guwahati station, nearest from Shillong and via road, Kolkata is the nearest metropolitan city from the hill station, 1100 km away. 3-4 days are ideal for vacation.
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Cherrapunji is one of the most unique places for summer holidays in India and the wettest place on Earth. This wonderful corner of land is covered with massive clouds and mists and receives the maximum rainfall. You won’t stop yourself praising the untouched beauty of Seven Sister Waterfall and Nohkalikai Falls. Even during the summers, You can see gushing streams, cold water springs and many drop-dead gorgeous waterfalls in this beautiful hill city. Remember to visit and walk the stunning and naturally built Double Decker Living Root Bridge. It’s a UNESCO Heritage Site. all this, in addition, contributes to the uniqueness of Mawsmai Cave, a limestone cave with many fossils found here.
Shillong airport is nearest to Cherrapunji and nearest railway station is Guwahati at a distance of 181 km from the hill station. 4-5 days, an ideal time to explore the hill town.
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11. Malshej Ghat
Purple orchids, jagged ruins, and blossoming flora; Malshej Ghats is a spectacular destination in Maharashtra. Shivneri Fort is a famous trekking trail to make your trip an adventurous yet rejuvenating one. For a beautiful bird watching the view, visit Pimpalgaon Joga Dam with rock climbing at Ajoba Hill Fort and enjoy trekking to Harishchandragad Fort.
Pune is the nearest airport from the place at a distance of 115 km. Kalyan railway station is the nearest one by rail route from Malshej Ghat, 85 km away and via road, Mumbai and Pune are the nearest major city from Malshej Ghat. Both are at a distance of 130 km, and 120 km from Malshej Ghat respectively.
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Mahabaleshwar credits to have the best weekend getaways from Mumbai for all seasons. However, summer is recommended the appropriate one in Maharashtra. It is located in the Sahyadri Mountain Range poured with some evergreen forests in the country.
Pratapgad Fort is amongst the top destinations in Mahabaleshwar with a scenic boat ride in Venna Lake and the splendid Mapro garden.
Pune is the nearest airport, 130 km away; Wathar, the closest railway station at 60 km distance from the town. At 230 and 120 km respective distances, Mumbai and Pune are the nearest major cities from Mahabaleshwar. 2-3 days time is ideally recommended.
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About an hour’s drive from Mumbai, Lonavala is one of the super hit summer holiday destinations in India, especially for Mumbai-residents. You can choose to relax in beautiful properties or get out to explore the caves or click on the pictures with green draped backgrounds. Korigad Fort, Karla Caves, and Bhaja Caves are the historic landmarks of the town. Just love to eye-witness the wildlife in Rajmachi Wildlife Sanctuary.
Mumbai airport is nearest to the hill station, at 100 km distance. Lonavla has its own railway station; connected to Mumbai and Pune, via direct trains. And road trip has Mumbai and Pune cities at a distance of 80 km and 665 km respectively from Lonavala. 1-2 ideal days to explore the town.
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Panchgani attracts many tourists every summer, a popular weekend migration to the people of Mumbai and the people of Pune. Panchgani is beautifully fenced by five lush hills and hence get its name. The alluring beauty and pleasant weather of the hill station make it a popular destination during the summer. Shopaholic can go shopping in Panchgani especially to see the leather goods and handicraft work. Biking tour, campaigning is the interesting things to do in the city.
Pune is the closest airport from Panchgani. Wathar is the nearest railway station at 45 km.
2-3 days ideal holiday duration.
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Coorg holds the most exotic hill station in Karnataka along with delicious cuisine. Overwhelming valleys, mountains, and forests offer to look for. Nearby the Cauvery river relax yourself and some water sports to bid farewell the summer blues. Heart-stripping Iruppu Falls and Unchalli Falls perfect place to visit in India in July. A historic touch is also associated with the hill station, Igguthappa Temple and Omkareshwara Temple are the famous temples nearby.
The nearest airport is Mangalore from Coorg at a distance of 160 km with nearest railway line is Mysore, 95 km away from Coorg. And if prefer road trip, Coorg is 237 km away from Bengaluru. 6-7 days sufficient time to have an adventure at the hill station.