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Places to VISIT in INDIA this June!!

Summer Holiday is here. So the options for the holiday destinations are open. Ladakh Passes are open, Goa becomes cheaper, Rains have arrived in Southern Part of India. We all have a plenty of options to do this month.

So here is a list of places you should visit in this month.

  • Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir

source Passes to Ladakh are officially open for the adventure junkies to try their adrenaline rush and June is the best time to visit Ladakh. Route to Ladakh takes you from the most beautiful and highest mountain passes in the world. Travelling to Ladakh is itself a lifetime experience to travel through snow capped mountains, blue sky and nature at its best becomes a dream for every traveller who choose this majestic place.

  • Goa

Goa can be the best pick for all the fun loving people who are looking for a short vacation this month. Goa is not only about beaches and alcohol, Goa greens and wildlife makes for a nature lover's ideal hot spot. Goa is referred to as the city of churches by many because the culture of Goa has the lingering effect of being a Portugal colony.

  • Ranikhet, Uttarakhand


Ranikhet also named "Queen's Land" known for its panoramic views of the Himalayas. This Charming Hill Station is located in Almora district of Uttarakhand. Hundreds of bells adorn Jhula Devi Temple, dedicated to the Hindu goddess Durga. Fruit trees grow on the terraced orchards of Chaubatia Gardens, with views of peaks including Nanda Devi.

  • Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya


Cherrapunjee is known for the Highest Rainfall in the world. Cherrapunjee, also known as Sohra, is famous for several fascinating caves with unique geographical features. The main attractions are the mysterious caves like Mawmluh Cave, Mawsmai Cave and The Lawshynna Cave, Dain-Thlen Falls, Noh-Kalikai Falls and Mawkdok Dympep Valley View.

  • Alleppey, Kerala


The Alleppey is known throughout Kerala as one of the best place, owing to its intrinsic natural beauty. Alleppey’s celebrated past as a prominent port city is aptly portrayed by the 137-year-old pier that stretches out in to the sea. The picturesque canals, backwaters, beaches, and lagoons, backwater cruise in the Kettuvallam, rich culture of the folk that includes dance, music, festivals and food, pilgrimage and numerous resorts that offers varieties of Spa and Ayurvedic treatments make Alleppey one of the exotic holiday destinations in India for solo travellers.

  • Ziro Arunachal Pradesh


Named a World Heritage Site for its stunning natural beauty, Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh is headquarters to Lower Subansiri District. Ziro valley is another captivating destination for solo travellers. With enriched flora and fauna, this place is filled with pine groves and mesmerising orchids. The rivulets and streams and the crisp mountain air, will not fail to revitalize your tired soul.

  • Pahalgam, Jammu and Kashmir


Pahalgam (2,730m), is situated at the confluence of the stream from the Sheshnag lake and the Lidder river. It is most famously associated with the annual Amarnath Yatra that starts from Chandanwari, about 16km away. While it does not offer much by way of skiing, there are some lovely walks you can take. Baisaran, a lovely meadow surrounded by a forest of pine is not too far away. There are eight tiny villages around Pahalgam, where you spend cold snowy mornings sipping kahwah.



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