Best Places to Visit in India in June
Whenever it comes to June, it makes me nostalgic about the days when we used to eagerly wait for our school holidays. That was the only month of the year when plans of long vacations were made, we were taken to our grandparents’ house, we learned a lot of new things, and enjoyed every bit of it.
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No doubt, this is the month the sun’s heat remains at its full might, still, this month is one of the best time to spend with the family in India. So, what are your plans this summer season? Are you looking for the best places to visit in June? Have you selected any place or still confused? Well, in that case, let me help you out with the list of “You should not miss” places in India that are absolutely worth-visiting in June. Have a look.
Top Places to Visit in India in June
Manali, Himachal Pradesh
You know how a magnet attracts iron and other magnetic metals, that’s what Himachal Pradesh does to its admirers. The place has everything for everyone that can make their summer vacations worth it. And most of the North Indians when thought of a place that is calm and serene, this name always hit the list and why not, the state of Himachal serves as one of the most beautiful places in India with stunning hill stations like Shimla and Manali, outdoor activities, religious sites like Chintpurni Devi and Baba Balaknath, and of course, nature at its best.
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So, this summer season you can try out Manali as your tourist destination. Also, since this place is considered the main point for many treks and adventure activities, you cannot afford to miss them out. All in all, adventures, snow-clad mountains and peaceful environment would be enough reasons to convince you to make your plans for a holiday.
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Next in the line comes this gorgeous place in the Gharwal Himalayas, Uttarakhand, which is also known as the skiing capital of India. If you’re wondering where to move out this June, you can consider Auli without any hesitation as this place lets you witness wonderful vistas of green slopes and outstanding natural beauty.
Though people love to visit during winters due to skiing, the weather remains much favorable during June. And as you wander around, you couldn’t help but gawk and spellbound to see how this fantastic hill station is beautifully surrounded by oaks, deodars, and apple orchards. When in Auli, you can also make your way to some other popular points like Chenab Lake, Rudraprayag, Badrinath Temple, Vishnuprayag, and Joshimath. What are you waiting for? Escape the midsummer heat, book your tickets for Auli, and spend some relaxing days in pleasant climate out there.
Darjeeling, West Bengal
One of the major reasons why we are adding Darjeeling in the list is its untouched beauty, diverse culture, scenic vistas, mesmerizing viewpoints, and beautiful sunrises. This enchanting hill station in West Bengal can make anyone forget about they’re coming from a blazing city or they have any kind of stress. Not just June, but Darjeeling welcomes everyone from all over the country to come and experience the hospitality of this place throughout the year.
You can witness mighty snow-clad mountains, verdant tea estates, thick evergreen forests, and live the old world charm. Also, if you want to plan a trip with your family, there’s nothing better than selecting Darjeeling as the first choice. You can hop on to the toy train, take the sightseeing tour, and watch out Kanchendzonga Peak more closely. And did I mention that your trip to Darjeeling would be considered incomplete if you do plan for an overnight stay at colonial-era bungalows?
Panchmarhi, Madhya Pradesh
Here come another famous hill station and a perfect weekend getaway in Madhya Pradesh that can be taken into consideration if you’re looking for the best places to visit in India in June. Known for its history and nature, Panchmarhi is certainly the ideal place where you can find yourself covered by thick and amazing forests with beautiful waterfalls and streams.
Not just this, Panchmarhi also allows you to go through the ancient caves of the Buddhist era that are sitting in peace with calming waterfalls. Also, you can make your way to some other tourist attractions out there like Pandav Caves, Satpura National Park, and Jata Shankar Caves. So, if you’re craving for a relaxing and memorable holiday, Panchmarhi can be the answer.
Whenever it comes to South India, Kerala is surely my favorite place to go for. Idduki is one of the places where you peace out and spend some me time out there. Besides this, you can also visit tea factories, forests, wildlife sanctuaries, rubber plantations, and high-end bungalows.
Also, those who mainly explore new places for adventure, Idduki can also let you have top-notch experience of camping and trekking. And you would be glad to know that your country has a place where you can visit naturally formed sandalwood forest and the country’s very first arch-dam. When in Idduki, you can also visit other popular destinations like Calvary Mount, Cheeyapara Waterfalls, Valara Waterfalls, Anchurulli Tunnel Waterfalls to name a few.
Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand
If you’re a hardcore trekking lover or maybe want to try out this season, Valley of Flowers can be one of the best choices. While trekking, you’ll walk through beautiful pathways between an amazing set up where you’ll blooming flowers all around. And as you wander around, you’ll get to witness stunning vistas of streams and flowery meadows.
To all the trekkers out there, you can plan for a trek in Valley of Flowers, which is really easy and you can spend 6 peaceful days in the lap of Himalayas. If you love to see wildlife, you can even visit the Valley of Flowers National Park and see a great variety of wildlife including Lime Butterfly, Flying Squirrel, Red Fox, Himalayan Black Bear, Himalayan Weasel and many more. Also, some of the famous tourist attractions you should not miss visiting are Ghangaria, Gaurikund, Nanda Devi National Park, and Hemkund Sahib.
Those who hate being in a big crowd and are silence lovers should definitely go for this north-eastern region of India, Aizwal. This smallest and oldest city of Mizoram lets you learn and experience a lot about the traditions, culture, and religion of Mizoram. Besides this, you’ll get mesmerized when you look around some marvelous views and scenic vistas out there.
All in all, those who want a break from their stressful and tight schedule can make this place a priority on their bucket list. One of the best peaceful destinations, Aizwal is absolutely able to make your trip an unforgettable one. If you’re still left with some days after the tour of Aizwal, you can even make your way to other nearby hilly areas like Tamdil Lake, Chanmari, and Hmuifang.
So, these were some of the places you can visit in India in June. Do not waste your time, just select one place, head towards it, and make new memories.