Best Places to visit in North India during Monsoon
The rain is raining all around, a perfect time for seating on chair, watching rainfall, sprinkle of rain drops on face and a perfect cup of tea. Isn’t it? But there is another way that comes up with monsoon trip amusement. What vision we get when we think of an India? Formidable forts, palaces, and temples with colors and enhancing, beautifying history will come to our mind. That’s exactly north India is decorated with, especially in monsoon beauty of nature combines with adorning beauty of north India and multiply the enthusiasm of monsoon holidays. Here are some places to visit in North India in monsoon that showcase the region’s diverse beauty.
Delhi is a capital of India and bound with adorning history and beauty. Though monsoon in metros like Delhi is really annoying with humid weather and incessant traffic jams but it’s not that much bad as there are numerous idyllic monsoon destinations in Delhi to visit. Red Fort, India Gate, Humayun Tomb, will definitely make you forget everything. One can easily book Best Golden Triangle tour packages that come with, Delhi Agra Varanasi Tour Packages and also Same Day Taj mahal Tour.
Everyone knows about Agra because of Taj mahal which is one of the 7 wonders of the world. Every north India tour package is just incomplete without Agra and Taj mahal trip. There are other places also like Agra fort, Yamuna River, Mehtab Bagh, Akbar’s tomb, Moti Masjid, Jama Mosque, Soami Bagh Temple and many more. Many Student Tour Packages are also organized for Agra tour with North India Tour Packages.
Varanasi is a holy town situated on the west bank of the River Ganga called as a land of Shiva and also is a historic city that has several mysteries concealed deep within. The holy city has many places to visit like New Vishwanath Temple, Kathwala Temple, Kashi Vishwanath/Golden Temple, Tulsi Manas Temple, Monkey Temple and many others. Varanasi tour packages are always added with north India tour package.
Raneh waterfall – Khajuraho
Raneh Falls, a series of waterfalls in a 30m-deep canyon carved by the Ken River, 21km east of Khajuraho, is a worthwhile nature excursion, especially after rain, when the water tumbles over the rocks in a churning mass.
The Ken River forms a 5 kilometres long, and 30 metres (98 ft) deep canyon made of pure crystalline granite in varying shades of colours ranging from pink and red to grey.
There is a series of waterfalls in the canyon.
The Ken river here runs through a narrow gorge of igneous rocks rich in Granite and Dolomite.