Exploring India in August

When you think about India, your mind would be filled with the concept of cultural diversity, population concept, and its rich historical significance. There is an amalgamation of love, religion and natural beauty in its formation.

To enjoy your holidays in India during the month of August you need to plan your schedule. So, why not choose the top five places to visit, which will save your time and money and also would give you the joy of beholding the grandeur of this country.

MOUNT ABU – PICTURESQUE BEAUTY OF DESERT

Mount Abu nakki lake

Mount Abu Nakki Lake

Situated in the sand dunes of Rajasthan Mount Abu is a mesmerizing hill-station. It is filled with tourists roundabout the year, but when the clouds come up to the mountains during the rainfall and you stand in the midst of a misty fog and dew drops, you will feel as if you are in your own bucolic heaven.

Several Historical temples are situated around the place, and for the nature admirers there is a scenic sunset point, Toad rock, and a boat ride on Nakki Lake.

PERIYAR NATIONAL PARK- CALL OF THE WILD

The southern India welcomes you to its wildlife reservoir, The Periyar National Park. It resides on the banks of the artificial lake. You can explore the jungle, while riding on the back of the majestic elephants. During the rains, the dewy vegetation and grass will enrapture your eyes and nostrils. Look around for the tigers, deer and colorful birds.

PERIYAR NATIONAL PARK- CALL OF THE WILD

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary

LONAVALA- FOR MUMBAI DWELLERS

Lohagad Fort Lonavala

Lohagad Fort Lonavala

When you visit places in India make sure you explore the popular Lonavala hill-station. A perfect place for the rainy season, it is the major attraction of tourists roundabout the year. Taste the mouthwatering chikki of Lonavala, and behold the mesmerizing waterfalls amidst the dense forest. If you stay in Mumbai, take the train from Kajrat.

MANDU- A HISTORICAL STAY

Get ready to unleash the historical factor in you. The magnificent Mandu is well known for its Jahaz Mahal, and the beautiful love story of King Baaz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati.

Mandu Fort

Mandu Fort

Witness the peaceful yet exquisite blend of Hindu, Muslim and Jain architecture, and explore the lush green forest areas and meadows in the month of August. To visit places in India is a mixed experience of nature and art.

PONDICHERRY- A BIT OF INDIAN FRENCH

Pondicherry Monsoon Weather

Pondicherry Monsoon Weather

The journey from the east coast road would bring you to Pondicherry, which is located about 160 km away from Chennai in the southern side. This Union territory allows you to explore the historical French monuments, and tourist attractions like beaches filled with palm trees, churches and mosques. Don’t forget to taste the delicious traditional food and excellent quality of wine available for the wine lovers.