Indian summer just sucks as every day mercury soars. India has many places that can beat this scorching heat but that might have gone out of your sight unfortunately. So if you are planning to spend some quality time with your friends or family and want to beat the heat you can pack your bags and land to these places.
- Chikhaldhara inMaharashtra
If you are a nature lover, this place will charm you like no other. The valleys of Chikhaldhara boast of mesmerizing waterfalls and coffee plantations. And that’s not all. Chikhaldara overwhelms you with its natural scenery and exciting wildlife. The climate here is always breezy and you will almost find yourself ‘walking on the clouds.’
- Kundaghat, near Shimla
This is one destination that will truly touch your soul. Get set to see some spectacular views if you are holidaying here and staying at the Club Mahindra resort, which is situated only 25 kilometers away from Shimla. The resort is surrounded by lush green lawns and a lovely blooming garden. Right from the comfort of your cozy room, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the sky as it changes its colour in a palette you’ve never seen before. Make sure you catch a view of the mighty Karol Tibba of the Greater Himalayas. Also, don’t forget to attend the Himachali dance performance at the resort!
- Pachmarhi in Madhyapradesh
Pachmarhi is Madhya Pradesh’s greener part. The peaceful hill station is surrounded by the Satpura range and many tourist attractions including waterfalls, temples, rocks, caves, gorges, valley and rock shelters. You will also find forests of wild bamboo, jamun and dense sal here.
- Havelock, Andaman and Nicobar
If you are looking for a relaxed tropical ambience along with an array of thrilling adventure activities, this place is for you. The island will mesmerize you with its rich and diverse marine life which you can best explore while snorkelling and scuba diving, or by simply sailing in the glass-bottomed boats on the pristine waters.
Untouched by mass tourism, Lahaul is often known as the “barren splendour of Himachal Pradesh”. Being a centre of Tibetan Buddhism, it is a great place to explore Buddhist monasteries and have a conversation with the monks.
So If you are nature lover and want to fall in the lap of nature then these are the perfect places to make your trip worthy and adventurous.