10 Unforgettable Monsoon Destinations In South India

13/JUNE/ 2024

Munnar, Kerela 

Munnar, nestled in Kerala's Western Ghats, is renowned for its picturesque tea plantations, mist-covered peaks, and breathtaking waterfalls. During the monsoon season, Munnar transforms into a verdant paradise.

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Coorg, Karnataka 

This scenic region is perfect for exploring coffee plantations, trekking to Abbey Falls, and visiting wildlife sanctuaries. A haven for nature lovers, Coorg offers a captivating retreat with its serene beauty and abundant natural attractions.

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Wayanad, Kerala 

Visitors can explore attractions like Soochipara Falls and Edakkal Caves, or go wildlife spotting at the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary. The serene ambiance and refreshing rains make Wayanad an ideal destination for a monsoon escape.

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Athirapally Falls, Kerala 

The idea of experiencing such a spectacle amidst the lush greenery of Kerala is truly captivating. Boat rides and treks must offer an incredible opportunity to get up close and personal with the falls, allowing visitors to fully immerse themselves in its majesty. 

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Alleppey  Backwaters, Kerala 

The experience of gliding along these waters on a houseboat must be nothing short of magical, offering glimpses into picturesque villages, serene paddy fields, and the iconic coconut groves that Kerala is famous for. It's a wonderful way to immerse oneself in the natural splendor and tranquility of the region.

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Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu 

Kodaikanal sounds like a dream destination, especially during the monsoon season when it transforms into a picturesque wonderland. The misty peaks, cascading waterfalls, and vibrant flora must create an enchanting atmosphere that's hard  to resist. 

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Ooty, Tamil Nadu 

Ooty, also known as the "Queen of Hill Stations," holds a timeless charm that captivates visitors throughout the year. However, the monsoon season adds a special touch, rejuvenating the landscape with mist-covered hills. Ooty truly shines in the monsoon, revealing its timeless allure in a new light.

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Kudremukh, Karnataka 

Kudremukh, nestled in the heart of Karnataka's Western Ghats, is a haven for nature enthusiasts and trekkers alike. During the monsoon season, the landscape of Kudremukh is transformed into a mystical realm, as dense forests and rolling hills are veiled in a cloak of mist.

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Jog Falls,  Karnataka 

Jog Falls, located in Karnataka's picturesque Shimoga district, is a breathtaking spectacle, especially during the monsoon season. As rainwater rushes down the rocky cliffs, Jog Falls displays its formidable power and mesmerizing beauty, captivating all who witness its majestic cascade. 

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Agumbe,  Karnataka 

Dubbed the "Cherrapunji of the South," Agumbe is renowned for its copious rainfall. During monsoon, visit the Agumbe Rainforest Research Station, trek to Barkana Falls, or savour panoramic Western Ghats views from Sunset Point.

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