With the arrival of rains in Delhi most of you would have your monsoon holiday plan underway. Would it be the same known places as last year or are you looking out for something rather offbeat? We’ve for you a list of some known and lesser known places to visit near Delhi in monsoon to choose your holiday from.
Munsiyari is a town in Pithogarh district of the state of Uttarakand. The town is located at the base of the Himalayan Mountains. The town is the spot where many Himalayan treks have their origin. The town is located on the banks of a river called the Goriganga. The place is fast becoming an important tourist destination among many trekkers and mountain climbing enthusiasts.
See it to believe it.
The Bhimtal Lake engulfed in the monsoon mist. Lush forests brimming with colorful birds, butterflies, langurs, monkeys and such wildlife, rice paddies, terraced farms of wheat and potatoes, colorful stone houses, and a pretty English church – Bhimtal has it all, minus the crowds of Nainital. Hike towards Panna Tal, one of the lakes of Sattal, and soak in the beauty of the rains descending upon it from one of Bhimtal’s many vantage points. Better still, walk down and swim in the lake in the rain.
Dhanachuli is an enchanting little village located a few miles from Mukteshwar, a popular hill station in Uttarakhand. Blessed with pleasant weather, breathtaking views of the Himalayas, lush forests, enticing apple orchards and charming people, Dhanachuli is perhaps one of the most beautiful weekend getaways from Delhi.
Fagu is a Himalayan hamlet that lies in the beginning of the Hindustan Tibet Road that goes upto Tibet border in Kinnaur region. It is one of the highest points in the area and therefore enjoys very pleasant weather even in peak summer. Fagu is home to a few getaway resorts and is excellent for walking, trekking and relaxed getaways.
We hope to see your bag packed and explore these not so quintessential destinations.