Summer Destinations In India

Summer is the most awaited season for tourists who intend to get a break from their routine work and enjoy the summer vacations with family. It is an occasion to visit places that afford respite from the hot summer. Vacation could be best utilized by making an advance planning with regard to the tourist destinations, time of visit, tour packages and itinerary. The following are brief resume of summer destinations in India that may aid in their tour planning.

Coorg
A hill station in Kerala provides the most soothing and cool temperature for summer visitors. The lush greeneries, exotic aroma of spice, honey and coffee plantations enthrall the visitors. Added to these, visitors get themselves lost in the imposing mountains, verdant valleys and teak wood forest.

Ooty
The queen of hills is located in the Nilgiri Hills at an altitude of 2,240 meter. Tea plantation adds to the greeneries of the green forests of Ootacamund. Visitors throng Ooty during summer and return back home, completely rejuvenated and exalted.

Manali in the Himachal Pradesh
Attracts visitors who intend to escape from the scorching sun in their dwelling environment. This hill station has great attractions for trekkers, nature lovers and peace-seeker. Situated at a distance of 280 km from Shimla, it is situated on the Kullu valley. Other valleys like Lahaul and Spiti could be reached from Manali.

Mahabaleswar
Is a hill station in Maharashtra located in the Sahadri ranges on the Western Ghats. Situated at an altitude of 1,372 meters above sea level, it provides great respite from the scorching sun. At the same time, visitors enjoy seeing places of religious, historical and cultural importance.

Kodaikanal
Situated in southern Indian state Tamil Nadu was established by British to stay away from soaring heat and temperatures on southern Indian region for their near and dears. Stated amongst the top places to spend summer and preferred as one of the best places for summer holidays

Nainital
At 2000 metres above sea level is situated at the foothills of Kumaon range. The name Nainital is kept after the famous pear-shaped lake Naina, roughly two miles in circumference and bordered by mountains. Stunning and scintillating views of the vast plain to the south or of immense raveales ridges lying in the north encompassed with snow ranges forming the heart of the Himalayas can be seen. Nainital comprises of natural scenic beauty and varied natural resources are an extravagant location in the Himalayan range. Nainital has won the Sobriquet of ‘Lake District’ of India due to vast presence of lakes.

Munnar
The southern destination in the Indian state of Kerala is a beautiful hill station marked by long chains of tea estates, wild fauna and flora colonial bungalows, rivulets, waterfalls and breath taking scenic views. It is 130 km from Cochin railway station. The climate in summer from March to May is cool and therefore was the summer resort of the British rulers. Nowadays it is also a perfect destination for trekking and mountain biking.

India has a tropical climate thus necessitating retreating to hill stations. The summer resorts of India provide the required relief and comfort
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