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Hey there, I am back with my reviewing session and this time I stayed at The Misfit House Georgia. Georgia was always present on my bucket list and why not, the country has a lot to offer, be it Stone Mountain, southern hunting plantation, Georgia’s famous peaches and peanuts, rock city and much more. So, I got a chance to stay here at Misfit House run by Monica and I can say it without a doubt that the place is one of the dreamiest settings I have ever come across.

The Misfit House

The house is a fully renovated cozy cabin on amazing Calls Creek. Also, the place is just a perfect fit for almost everything, from family gatherings to wedding groups. Well, I was there for the New Year and believe me I had the best time there. The best part was that the place was just a few miles from downtown and Five Points. Isn’t that so amazing? I mean who doesn’t want to enjoy the soothing sound of the water while sitting back on the porches.

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In addition to that, one can simply sit by or play in the creek, walk the trails to spend some time with your loved ones, or just ride bikes on a long drive. Well, sitting under the string lights at night is absolutely the best relaxing thing after a long tiring day of exploring the country, and also www.routeprints.com will help you to find some more traveler’s stories.

Monica has even taken care of your beauty sleep and other basic facilities. Her house has 4 spacious bedrooms out of which 3 has queen size beds and one has a king size bed. Basic amenities include Wi-Fi, laptop-friendly workspace, TV, washer, books and toys (if you’re visiting with your kids), a kitchen where you can cook your own meals, bathroom essentials and much more.

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All in all, the house is incredibly updated and stylish, great hospitality and wonderful space is something you definitely need to pay a visit when in Georgia next time. In general terms, Misfit means, “A person whose behavior or attitude sets them apart from others in an uncomfortably conspicuous way” and Monica has proved this term right in every way. I wish I could have spent some more time at this beauty.

The hustle bustle of the city life can be taxing both physically and mentally. When the materialism, the skyscrapers and the pollution starts stifling you, you know it’s time for a getaway. Here is a consolidated list of the places to visit near New Delhi, without fretting upon the leave balance. All the below mentioned places are within 300 KMs from Delhi and therefore, are perfect for a weekend getaway.

Places to visit near New Delhi

NANITAL

Distance From Delhi- 286 KMS

Nainital, situated amidst the Kumaon hills, is recognized as the Lake District of India. The hill-town also serves as a paradise for nature lovers. The city is also renowned as the lake of three sages as the Tri Rishi Sarovar incepts from the story of three sages. Legend has it that these three sages made a halt at Nainital to quench their thirst and that’s how the famous Nainital lake was formed. There is also another legend that states that the left eye of Sati, fell in the center of the lake and made it appear as the eye shaped lake.

Must Visit– Naina Peak Nainital, Nainital Lake, snow View Point Nainital, Mukteshwar Temple, Naina Devi Temple in Nanital, Tiffin Top

Best Time to visit– March to June

AGRA

Distance From Delhi- 219 KMS

Agra is the homeland to one of the seven wonders of the world, Taj Mahal which is synonymous to limitless love. The rich architecture symbolizes the taste of Mughals and unlimited folklores attached to it. So you can pack your bags and get set for the perfect road trip without pinching your pocket.

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Must Visit- Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, Agra Fort

Best Time to Visit- October to March

MANESAR

Distance from Delhi-58 Kms

If you have a limited day or two then Manesar is the closest and the most convenient option for you. Manesar tehsil is part of Ahirwal Region near Delhi. It has transformed from a sleepy village to one of the fastest-growing townships in India.The picture perfect Damdama lake and Sohna lake are the highlight of this place. One can spend a comfortable weekend at one out of the many exquisite properties available.

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Must Do- Damdama Lake and Sohna Lake

Best Time to visit- November to February

LANSDOWNE

Distance From Delhi- 236 KMS

The paradise of an offbeat traveler, Lansdowne is an untouched, pristine town perfect for a weekend getaway. It is known to be home to the Garhwal Rifle regiment of the Indian Army. One can experience the utmost solitude and decompress as this town is far away from the claws of commercialization and urbanization.

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Must visit- Bhulla Lake, Tip N Top, St John’s Church, Jungle Safari

Best Time to Visit- Throughout the year

JAIPUR

Distance From Delhi- 269 KMS

The moment you set foot in the Pink City, Jaipur, you will feel like everything has come straight out of the pages of some epic novel. Majestic buildings, tales of heroic battles, resplendent forts and palaces, and multifaceted characters – Rajasthan is one of the most colourful and flashiest states in all of India, and its capital Jaipur lives up to the same reputation as well.

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Must Visit-Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amber Fort, Albert Hall Museum, Nahargarh Fort,

Best Time To Visit- October to March

MATHURA AND VRINDAVAN

Distance From Delhi- 147 KMS

These twin cities flamboyantly encapsulate Krishna janmabhoomi, Krishna hometown, Krishna’s childhood memories and his raasleela. Counted amongst the seven sacred Hindu cities, Mathura Vrindavan holds an important place on the world’s map.

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Must Visit- Peepleshwar Mahadeo Temple, Birla Mandir, Yum Yamuna Temple, Barsana Temple, Nandbhavan, Nidhivan

Best Time to visit- October to March

KASAULI

Distance From Delhi- 286 KMS

Kasauli is a small town in the south-west part of Himachal and is on the relatively lower edges of Himalayas. Nestled amidst beautiful woody forests of pine and cedar trees, Kasauli owes its mystical and serene ambiance to the lavish Victorian buildings built by the Britishers who resided here years back. It is Located on the way from Chandigarh to Shimla, this cantonment town makes for an ideal peaceful holiday location, away from the rush.

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Must Visit- Timber Trail, Monkey point,  Mall Road

Best Time To Visit- Throughout the year

RISHIKESH

Distance From Delhi- 232 KMS

Rishikesh, situated in Uttrakhand is the Yoga capital of the world and is home to pilgrimage, Yoga and Adventure Sports.The city situated besides the Himalayan foothills beside the Ganges River is the perfect getaway if you are scouting for a more commercial option. The city offers myriad thrilling activities, including rafting, kayaking, rock climbing, rappelling and hiking.

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Must visit- Ram Jhula, Bharat Mandir, The Beatles Ashram, Neergarh Falls

Best Time to visit-  March to April, September to October

Now that we have listed down the best places to visit near New Delhi, you know how to make the most out of your coming weekend.

Going by the latest facts and figures, Kunchikal Falls, Karnataka is the Highest Waterfall in India. Located in Agumbe, it is also the second biggest waterfall in Asia and without a surprise is the wettest place in South India

But apart from that, there are other waterfalls which are at their prime once monsoon hits them and are a delightful sight to be at. Lush green forests around them, the mellow chirping of the bird, the eye-pleasing landscape and the these few of the highest waterfalls in India make for a perfect view.

Highest Waterfall In India

Kunchikal Falls, Karnataka

It is the highest waterfall pertaining to India and if we talk about Asia, it is the second highest. Located in Agumbe in Shimoga district of Karnataka, it is 1,493 ft tall. Agumbe valley in itself is a picturesque location which receives ample rainfall and is rich in flora and fauna. It is formed by Varahi river and overall is located in the Western Ghats.

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Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya

Located near Cherrapunji, Nohkalikai is one of the highest waterfalls and is also located in East Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya. Going by the numbers, with the height of 1,120 ft, it is the third highest waterfall in India. Nohsngithiang falls and Kynrem falls are a few other waterfalls famous in Meghalaya. Nohsngithiang falls has an overall height of 1,033 ft.

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Dudhsagar Falls, Goa

One of the prime tourist locations for tourists in Goa is the Dudhsagar waterfalls. It is also known as they The Sea of Milk and has an overall height of 1017 feet. By figures, it is the fifth highest waterfall in India and is a delight from all the beaches that you are bound to be surrounded by in Goa.  It falls under top hundred waterfalls of the world.

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Meenmutty Falls, Kerala

The tallest waterfall in Kerala is the Meenmutty falls and is one of the best locations to visit. It is falling from a height 980 ft and is located in the Wayanad district, Kerala. It is one of the famous tourist spots in south India.

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Thalaiyar Falls, Tamil Nadu

Thalaiyar Falls, is also known as the rat tail waterfall and is located in Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu. Falling from the height 974 ft it is listed amongst one of the tallest waterfalls in India. It is one of those offbeat places where you will find utmost serenity and comfort at. So, if you are looking for solitude, then this is the place to be at.

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Jog Falls, Karnataka

Formed by the Sharavathi river, the Jog waterfall is located in the Sharavathi valley of Shimoga district in Karnataka. It is mesmerizing when it falls from the 829 ft and forms one of the highest plunging waterfalls in the country. It is a sight to witness that one will never forget.

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Barehipani Falls, Orissa

The Barehipani is located in Simlipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district of Orissa. With a height of 712 ft, it is the second highest waterfall in India. It is covered between lush green trees and plants and is located in the Bay of Bengal. It is one of the most popular tribal locations in Orissa and is one of the biggest tourist magnet in Orissa.

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Are you looking to move away from the hustle-bustle of the city for the upcoming weekend? Be it a family trip, a college get together or a much-awaited solo trip. Hills are the solution to everything that you desire and more. Here we list down top eight hill stations near Bangalore which will be perfect for the weekend getaway, to make your trip more suitable don’t forget to take a look at what season to visit Ooty is best for you.

Know more about India weather thorough out the year.

Hill Stations near Bangalore  

1. Horsley Hills

Situated at the altitude of 1265 meters, this destination is the perfect decompress destination that you are scouting for. This is the paradise for bird and nature lovers and one can spot vast array of tree species.

Distance: 166 Km
Places to visit: Lake Gangotri and Environmental Park
Best Time to visit: February to May

2. Nandi Hills

One of the closest situated location to Bangalore if you are running tight on numbers of days. It is one of the most popular places in and around Bangalore for a quick getaway. Hence, it can be considered amongst the commercialized spots but yet the picturesque landscaped don’t fail to mesmerize you.

Distance: 58 Kms
Places to visit: Tipu Sultan Summer Palace
Best Time to visit: October to June

3. Yercaud

Located at an altitude of 4920 ft. this is one of the less populated hill stations and smaller version of the hill station Ooty. You will spot a number of plantations which it is also known for, like coffee, tea, jackfruit, guava etc. So if you are looking for a less populated but equally enthralling place then Yercaud is your answer.

Distance: 288 Kms
Places to visit: Botanical Garden, Emerald Lake, Bear’s Point, Shevaroy Temple, Small Lake,
Best Time to visit: October to June

4. Chikmagalur

If you are looking for solitude and seclusion then this is your spot to be at. It is trekker’s favourite and offers a lot of other activities like hiking, for you to make the most of the eye pleasing lush green forests. It is famously known as the coffee land of Karnataka because of the high quality coffee plantations.


Distance: 240 Kms
Places to visit: Bhadra and Tunga river, Mahatma Gandhi Park, Amruthapura, Baba Budangiri, Mulliyangiri, Ayyanakere Lake
Best Time to visit: September to March

5. Coorg

Coorg is also known as the Scotland of India because of its enriched flora and fauna. It is also one of the famous coffee lands and one can take away as many as they want for back home. Apart from coffee, this offers rich spice plantation as well. It is one of the commercialized yet serene hill station which will have you at its first glance.

Distance: 255 Kms
Places to visit: Thandiyandamol, Dubare Elephant camp, Pushpagiri and Brahmagiri Sanctuaries
Best Time to visit: October to March

6. Ooty

Ooty is the perfect romance filled getaway that any couple can be longing for. It has lush green forests and is often referred to as the queen of hills stations. There are a lot of fun activities that one can be a part of during their travel here and no wonder it is filled with tourists all throughout the year. It also entails UNESCO World Heritage Site which is the Nilgiri Mountain Railway, a toy train which starts from Mettupalayam to Ooty.

Distance: 272 Kms
Places to visit: Kalhatty waterfalls, Doddabetta Peak, Ooty Lake, St Stephen’s Church
Best Time to visit: September to October

7. Kodaikanal

Kodaikanal is a relaxing hill station located around 7000 feet above the southern tip of upper Palani hills that offers tranquillity. If you crave a few days away from the chaos of the city, then make sure to visit this place filled with natural beauty. There are a number of tourist attractions here too such as Kodai Lake, Bryant Park, Coaker’s Walk, Bear Shola Falls, Silver Cascade, Pillar Rocks and a lot more places you can visit.

Distance: 469 Kms
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Best Time to visit: March to June

8. Coonoor

The centre of production of Nilgiri trees, Coonoor is a famous hill station near Bangalore. Located at an altitude of 6,000 feet above sea level, is a perfect medley of ravines, waterfalls, forests and valleys. It is also one of the most suitable trekking and adventure sport expedition like the trek to Lamb’s Rock is highly famous amongst trekkers.

Distance: 286 kms
Places to visit: Sim’s Park, Dolphins nose, St. Catherine falls
Best Time to visit: December to March

Costa Rica is the home country of lush green rainforest, located in Central America. Costa Rica’s capital, San Jose, is known for cultural institutions like the Pre-Columbian Gold Museum. Over all Costa Rica is known for its biodiversity and beaches. It has a wide variety of rich flora and fauna as the country consists of protected forests. Fun Fact- Costa Rica is made of twelve life zones and all of them have their own peculiar weather.

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Update Your Old Packing List For Costa Rica

It goes without saying that if you are here, you must have already set your itinerary in place for visiting Costa Rica. So now read further, as we detangle your packing list for Costa Rica, knot by knot.

Clothes

Your mantra for shortlisting your clothes for this trip should be,’ KEEP IT CASUAL.’ Costa Rica is known to be a casual country except a few areas like the San Jose metro area and a few. Imbibe and channelize your inner casual self by carrying comfortable clothes like linen tops, casual t-shirts and shorts.

For occasional fancy outings, a simple dress or two or a shirt will do the trick for you.  To visit places like a museum day at San Jose, pack something nicer and little dressier. Also, Carry a light-weight cardigan or jacket for colder evenings and mornings. You can use Delsey Luggage bags for a better travel experience.

Shoes

Then again, flip flops will suffice for the most part of the country except the city. Close-toe, flats, and sandals will do the trick. Carry hiking/trekking shoes and boots according to your planned activities.  Hiking sandals are best as they are quick-drying and comfortable.

Toiletries

Keep intact all your basic toiletries like shampoo, body lotion, facewash, toothpaste, toothbrush and floss. Keep other toiletries like your tampons etc handy as their availability over there could be a problem at local shops.

Medicines

If you are taking any specific medicines make it a point to carry it along or make sure you find the Spanish name for it. Additionally, make it a habit to carry a first aid medical kit with yourself all the time you travel, in order to make sure that you are secure and hands on for every situation coming your way.

Mosquito Repellent

Mosquito repellents are a holy grail to your bag pack as adventure activities like hiking and trekking naturally require protection. One can also carry mosquito coils as they are readily available and protect yourself from catching a flu or virus.

Other Extras yet not-so Extra

•Carry a back-up of all your batteries and a power adapter.
•Waterproof zip-lock bags and phone case to protect your important stuff while you are on the go.
•Keep a Spanish translator app handy and also your travel guides and map should shadow you all the time.
•Flashlights that are compact can be Instrumental while you are hiking your way through the hills.
•Camera is obviously a must-have while face wash. How else would you turn back to all the amazing times that you have spent.
•Also, don’t forget the 3 S’s which are Sarong, Sun hats and sunglasses.

Tourist Attraction

Now while you have strike down all the packing essentials, revisit your itinerary and make sure you have all these places listed down. Poás Volcano National Park, Arenal Volcano National Park, Video Arenal National Park, La Fortuna Waterfall, Celeste River, Manuel Antonio National Park, Tamarindo Beach, Papagayo Peninsula, Monteverde Cloud Forest etc are just amongst a few great places that you will witness in the beautiful country.

Rajasthan, the largest state in India, borders Pakistan and is enriched with culture and royal architect. Jaipur, also known as the pink city, is a big tourist attraction due to the historical monuments. It is the state for royal ruins and elaborate forts and is an imperative part of traveler’s Wishlist. The food, the lifestyle, the culture and the folklores are a once in a lifetime experience. So, to visit this state of augmented culture, we help you figure out the best time to visit the Rajasthan.  

Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Must Visit Places in Rajasthan: Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Pushkar, Bundi etc

Weather Throughout The Year

SeasonsMonthsTemperature
SummerApril- June24°C to 48°C
MonsoonJune-September21°C to 35°C
WinterOctober-March10°C to 27°C

Summer (April- June)

With the dominance of the THAR desert, the humidity and the warmth are at the top to an extend that the temperature can go up to 48 degree Celsius a day. But if you are still wanting to visit the state during summer season then Kumbhalgarh and Mount Abu are a few of the options that you could discover. These portions of the city are comparatively less hot and more bearable for sightseeing during the day. The temperature ranges between somewhere 24 degree Celsius to 48 degree Celsius.

Monsoon (June-September)

Monsoon sets in with the onset of June and the temperature ranges from 21 degree Celsius to 35 degree Celsius. It’s relatively cooler than the summers and a lot more bearable. Udaipur is a delight to witness during Monsoon. But the humidity still remains constant, making it a bit difficult for a lot of people to manage the afternoon outings. If you are lucky enough you might also witness peacocks dancing in the rain. Although the monsoon transfigures the entire city into a world of beautiful picturesque wonder.

Winter (October-March)

Winters are the peak time to visit Rajasthan as the temperature is the lowest throughout the year and the desert is at its comfortable best. The nights are cool and so are the days, making it conducive to the entire sightseeing scenario. Desert safaris are a good idea during this season. The majority of the festivals including the Sufi New year festival happens during winters. No wonder it has been termed as the best time to visit Rajasthan.  The temperature range is also very comfortable as it ranges from 10 degree Celsius to 27 degree Celsius. You are in Rajasthan so how can forget about Udaipur, and also don’t forget to check some facts about Udaipur temperature in the winter season.

Rajasthan India Point Of Interest 

Winter season is considered the best season to visit Rajasthan as the temperature is less humid and the desert in the night cools down. It is also the time when there are a lot of cultural festivities take place. So, if you are looking for the best time to engulf in the culture and the rich traditions then it is your calling. Monsoon makes the city extent pleasant to the eyes and romantic. So, if you are a couple looking to spend some quality time traveler’s then Monsoon months should be considered. Summers are not the ideal time to visit Rajasthan as it can get humid and you can fall prey to the hot winds and dehydration.

Bali, the island of god, is indeed the traveler’s paradise which is warm and comfortable throughout the year. The sky touching pine trees, the organic rice paddies and the yellow-orange sunsets makes it the best location for year long tourist footfalls. Bali has two seasons in perspective, Dry and Wet and both the seasons are completely different narratives from each other. Both the seasons bring with them the pros and the cons and one needs to align them with their requirements and then decide the best time to visit Bali for them.

Bali

Must Visit Places in Bali: Kuta Beach, Sanur Beach, Nusa Dua beach, Uluwatu Temple, Tanah Lot Temple, Goa Gajah caves

Weather Throughout the year

SeasonsMonthsTemperature
Dry SeasonMay- October27°C to 31°C
Wet SeasonSeptember- April23°C to 26°C

Dry Season (May- October)

When the southeast winds send dry air from Australia that’s when the Dry season for Bali sets in. The rainy day and the humidity hits Bali around September. Bali’s dry season is just like most of the coastal areas, warm in the day and easy breezy at night. Although during the dry season the humidity and the stickiness in the air is gone and hence it makes it more comfortable.

It is the most appropriate time to go for a trek or other outdoor activities at the famous spots like Mount Batur. Bali also known for its volcanoes traveler’s offers the smoothest journey during the dry season as no one wants to be stuck on the slippery volcano slopes during the day. The shops, the hotels and all the other tourist spots are high-rated as it is the most commercial season. The Annual Ubud Writers and Readers Festival runs during October and is a treat to all the bibliophiles. The annual Bali Kite festival is also conducted within this season.

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Wet Season (September- April)

Bali’s wet season begins from September and lasts till April. It isn’t the most appropriate season to start your tour as you may find it too humid and hot and end up all sweaty just after an hour in the sun outside. But there is always a silver lining that the offers and deals are way more affordable. The sun is scorching at its brightest on the top of your heads. January is the rainiest month out of all the months comprising of the wet season. You can enjoy major outdoor sports like Canyoning as rivers are at their brim best. It is also the best time to enjoy river rafting at the Ayung, Bali’s longest river. One can also experience the Balinese New Year which is celebrated as a Day of Silence where mostly everyone stays indoors.

Suitable Season to Visit Bali  

The best time to visit Bali is the Dry season as you can experience traveler’s plethora of activities without a trace of extremely hot climate.  It is also known as the high or the commercial season as the majority of traveler visit Bali during this season. Except for the Australians as they tend to visit Bali during the wet season more as that aligns with their holiday season. It is also known as the best season for activities and adventure sports scuba diving, snorkeling etc.

Meghalaya, the name which translates to Adobe of the clouds, is a prominent and luscious part of the seven sisters of India. The enriched biodiversity, the abundance of flora and fauna and the subtropics will leave you spellbound. It is one of hose all-year-round tourist destination in the Nation as it is also known as the Wettest place in the world. The best time to visit Meghalaya is October to April.

Kazirannga

Must Visit Places in Meghalaya: Kazirannga, Shillong, Cherrapunjee, Mawsynram, Guwahati etc

Weather Throughout the Year

SeasonsMonthsTemperature
SummerApril-June26°C to 28°C
MonsoonJune-September15°C to 20°C
WinterOctober-March04°C to 16°C

Summer (April-June)

Escaping the hot and the tropical climate of the metropolitan cities during summers is always a good Idea. Even on the hottest days, the temperature in the city never scorches above 28 degree Celsius. Hence, in the summer. One can opt for indoor activities in the afternoon to avoid the sun beaming at the top of their heads. Summer with itself brings a lot of regional and local festivals like Shad Suk Mynsiem which are always a delight to be a part of. If you want to cover the whole North East at this time also visit Sikkim and collect information about the weather of the Sikkim.

Monsoon (June-September)

Monsoon in the Meghalaya’s starts with the onset of June. The temperature ranges from 15°C – 20°C. The state experiences abundance of rainfall considering it’s the wettest place on the earth. The legendary Seven Sisters Falls and Nohkalikai Falls are spluttering fresh water streams like there is no tomorrow. However, the season can hamper the adventure and restrict the number of activities that you could be a part of during this season. So, it isn’t the best time to visit Meghalaya but will fit your shoe if you are looking for a monsoon experience like no other. If you plan to visit the state during monsoon then one must make sure that they are geared up with all the rain essentials.

Winter (October-March)

The lovely month of October marks the beginning of the winter season here. The average temperature ranges from 4°C and 16°C. It is also the time to celebrate the famous autumn festival along with other holiday season festivities. Winters can be a little harsh and chilly but at the same time a good layer of coating can do the trick. A little rainfall is rare but one should be rare for it. Some major tourist attraction includes Mawlynnong Village, Umiam Lake, the Double Decker Living Root Bridge, etc.

Best Season In Which You Can Visit Meghalaya  

The best time to visit Meghalaya is between the months of October to April. As the weather isn’t too hot or cold and one isn’t bombarded with unprecedented rainfall. Monsoon season of can gets a bit tricky as it may bring with itself uncertainties related to hilly nature of the area.  Summers are also ideal but sightseeing in the afternoon can get exhausting. If you are visiting for a specific reason or festival then the weather shouldn’t really determine the best time to visit Meghalaya for you. However, if it’s in your bucket list of the travel spots for the year then October to April will be the right time to plan it.

Nainital known for its captivating landscape and serene surroundings is picturesque hill station. It is located in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, India.  It is one of those locations which sees footfalls of explorers around the world, throughout the year and we will tell you the best time to visit Nainital. The city is also renowned as the lake of three sages as the Tri Rishi Sarovar incepts from the story of three sages. Legend has it that these three sages made a halt at Nainital to quench their thirst and that’s how the famous Nainital lake was formed. There is also another legend that states that the left eye of Sati, fell in the center of the lake and made it appear as the eye-shaped lake. If you are in Uttrakhand which is called Dev Bhoomi also, you should know about the safest way to reach for Chardham Yatra.

Must Visit Places in Nainital

Naina Peak Nainital, Nainital Lake, snow View Point Nainital, Mukteshwar Temple, Naina Devi Temple in Nanital, Tiffin Top.

Nainital Lake In Nainital

Nainital Weather Throughout The Year

SeasonsMonthsTemperature
SummerMarch- June07°C to 27°C
MonsoonJuly-September10°C to 18°C
WinterOctober-March0°C to 15°C

Summer (March- June)

Summer is undoubtedly the best season to visit Nainital as the weather is pleasant. It isn’t too hot or too cold, and yet the landscapes are shining with the glory of their brightest hues. The average temperature can range between 7° C to 27° C during these months. People from across the nation and world visit the place to get rid of the awful hot and humid climate.

Monsoon (July-September)

With the onset of July, the monsoon season ushers on the divine and mystical land of Nanital. The downpours aren’t the best time to visit Nainital as the town receives a heavy amount of rainfall i.e. around 1700 mm. The silver lining is that crowd during monsoon is really less and the prices go down. So, you have yourself the chance to crack a steal deal during this season of the year. You can also experience festivals like Khataru during this time.

Winter (October-March)

Starting October, the hill station witnesses’ truckloads of visitors as The Nainital Mahotsav in October which celebrates cultural programmes, folk art, and dance. If you plan to visit Nainital in December end and January you will witness wonderful pastures of slow and the serene snowfall. This season is famous for all the honeymooners. A festival called Vasantosav takes place between January and February at Ramnagar. This festival is carried out to exhibit Kumaon area’s folk activities. The average temperature ranges between 0 degree Celsius and can go up to 15 degree Celsius.

Charming Hill Stations In Nainital

Well ideally the weather is never that hot or too cold that you might have some discomfort in survival and hence the place is known for its year-long visitors. Depending on what exactly are you seeking for, will decide your time or the season to visit the charming hill station. For solo travellers, if you are seeking solitude and less commercial chaos then Monsoon is your season. If you want to escape the hot and humid season then summers spent here will be far better. Lastly, if you are looking to spend snowy winters while skiing and doing other winter sports then Oct to March is your season.

Before we bring up the best time to visit Goa, let’s talk about the Visitor’s season. The Visitor season is by and large amid winter, as the summers in Goa can be difficult for visitors to have a comfortable time. The best time to visit Goa is between November and March when the Goa climate is perfectly soothing and clear with a cool ocean breeze blowing through. It’s the ideal time to unwind on the shorelines amidst different travelers from across the globe.

Goa undoubtedly tops the list of ideal Indian location for a vacation. It has some perfectly characterized seasons throughout the year. Like most of the Indian states, there are three major stages of the Goa climate Summer, Monsoon and Winter.  Goa has most appropriately been termed as the Party Capital of India due to its eternal holiday Vibe. So, don’t drop your Goa plans yet and read about the best time to visit Goa further.

Goa Beach

Goa Weather Throughout the Year

SeasonsMonths Temperature
SummerApril-June28°C to 30°C
MonsoonJuly-September26°C to 27°C
WinterOctober-March24°C to 24.7°C

Summer (April- June)

Summer is the season where the ocean ends up rougher and the climate turns hot and muggy. The temperature can notoriously rise up to 30 degrees Celsius. Relatively few individuals visit Goa between the long stretches of Summer months since there are very few exercises to enjoy. The silver lining is that you get to experience all the activities and the accommodation come off to really low prices. For experiencing amazing hospitality and if you are looking for a peaceful location to stay, you can just simply go for Miss Jenny’s Homestay.

Monsoon (July-September)

Monsoon sets in the beachy waves of the shores of Goa with the onset of June and lasts till October. One of the highlights about visiting goa in Monsoon is the festival of Sao-Joao (the ripeness devours of Saint John the Baptist) which takes place in June. It’s a fascinating occasion where men bounce into wells that are flooding to get containers of the nearby liquor called feni.

Winter (October-March)

The winter climate is simply immaculate and the places start to witness a huge number of travelers and explorers. It is the perfect alchemy of Sand, Sun and Shore for those chilly winter months across the nation.  The temperatures during the winter’s ranges from 24 to 24.7 degrees Celsius, with minimal humidity. Individuals can pick from a large group of water sports as the water is perfect during this time. It is a bubbly couple of months and all hotels, eateries, and shops are improved with lights, stars, tinsel and Christmas trees.

Additionally, this is the period when most extreme weddings and commitment are held in Goa. January is somewhat crisp however it is never excessively chilly here. It’s great to have a sweater with you in the event that you intend to bicycle around during the evening or promptly toward the beginning of the day. Sunburn, one of the most awaited party, music festivals happens in Goa in December and one of the best place to visit in winter season in India.

Also, this is the season of broad Christmas and New Year festivities and is home to lakhs of guests from over the world. Since it is the pinnacle season, book their tickets in advance as the tickets and other bookings can get a little hefty if you book them closer to the dates.