The tranquil destination away from the propel and bustle is an eventual retreat that offers breath-taking views of the nature.When in Coonoor you can also be involved in bird watching activity, as this destination in Tamil Nadu is a anchorage for many migratory birds.
As you wander around the town, you will also see few impressive buildings and cottages. Not only a paradise for the nature lovers Coonoor is even a faultless place for the adventure enthusiasts as you can go trekking to Dolphin’s Nose, Droog Fort, Hidden Valley, Ketty and more.
Do you want to experience the joy of riding on some of the world’s highest motorable passes or roaming a double-humped camel’s back? Sounds interesting, right!
Tourism of India is incomplete without the tour of Ladakh, offering you memorable experiences, along with adventure all along. A visit to the wonderful Buddhist monasteries, audacious mountain biking on Khardung La and interaction with the local inhabitants, your trip to Ladakh will comprise of all fun and folly.
For daring souls, there are many thrilling activities like trekking, mountaineering, white water rafting, camel safaris etc. However, if you really wish to have a relaxed vacation, there are uncountable attractions in Ladakh such as Nubra Valley, Alchi Monastry, Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Tiger Hill, Khardung La, Magnetic hill and several more.
June marks an informal beginning to monsoon in Kerala. The luxurious green hills of Munnar and the backwaters of Alleppey are met with slight showers and drench the city with a romantic hue.
The brilliance of Kerala lies in its multitude of plurality, from tea estates to wild life reserves, house boats to luxury villas; a trip to “God’s Own Country” is a must expected place on the list of tourist places in India to visit in June.
It is ideal if you have a taste for extravagance and are in the mood to pamper your senses, Kerala is where you should be heading to next.
Several interesting things to do in Kerala are to witness one of the oldest and iconic boat races, the Champakulam Moolam race; stay in a houseboat in Alleppey and take a tour of a spice plantation.
Kasol, a paradise on earth, a beautiful place to live, and a wonderful land to visit for peace of mind.
Kasol is a hamlet in the district Kullu of Himachal Pradesh in north of India. It is a tiny village situated at the banks of the river Parvati. Kasol is a famous tourist attraction that has speedily gained fame as a very prevalent hub for trekkers, backpackers and the mystic nature lovers.
It is frequently identified as the Amsterdam of India; this old-fashioned slightly big village is royal in natural scenic beauty. While being placed between the towns of Bhuntar and Manikaran, Kasol might seem like a bare, featureless village from the external side, but it is one of the best spaces in the state to just sit back and chill in the lap of nature.
You can stay in The five Dimensions Resort that embraces the side of the river, or in a convenient wooden house with mountain views from every room. You can also choose a dwelling with outdoor tented beds to be even closer to landscape.
Settled in between the snow-capped slopes of the Pir Panjal and the Dhauladhar ranges, Manali is one of the most prevalent hill stations in the country.
With jaw-dropping views, lavish green forests, extensive meadows carpeted with flowers, spouting blue streams, an everlasting fairy-tale like mist lingering in the air, and a tenacious fragrance of pines; Manali has been sacred with extraordinary scenic beauty.
From museums to temples, from picturesque little hippie villages to bustling upscale streets, river adventures to trekking trails, Manali has all reasons to be the tourist magnet it is, all year round and especially in June.
Situated in the Chikkamagaluru district of Karnataka, Kudremukh exactly translates into a horse’s face which states to the shape of its peak which is like the face of a horse.
Popular for its extraordinary landscapes, Kudremukh is one of the best destination to visit in South India during summer as well as the most peaceful of all hill stations in Karnataka.
The most awe-inspiring weather of Kudremukh is in June. with the onset of monsoons by the end of the month, Kudremukh enjoys a modest weather with the usual temperature that ranges between 30°C to 35°C.
Major Attractions are Kudremukh National Park, Kalasa, Hanuman Gundi Falls, Gangamoola, Horanadu and Lakya Dam. Several interesting things to do there are trek to Kudremukh Peak, jeep safaris through the Kudremukh forests and yes, experience the best of nature walking in Kudremukh National Park and more.
The Queen of the hill stations cannot be left behind if we are talking about top places to visit in June in India. To escape the hotness of the sun, many people resort to this place as it is a perfect nature escape and offers moderate temperature for sightseeing.
The places to visit in Mussoorie add to the charm no one can afford to miss.Places to Stay in Mussoorie are Fortune Resort Grace, Grand Imperial Resort, Bulaakh Resort, Wildflower Cottage, Sterling Mussoorie.
Weather in June in Mussoorie is amazing. It enjoys pleasant weather in the month of June with temperature ranging from 15 to 26 degrees Celsius. Major Attractions there are Nag Tibba, Kempty Falls, Company Garden, and Mall Road. Things to Do in Mussoorie: Boating, shopping, trekking, cable car ride, and more.