Top places to visit this summer in india.

Hey folks,
Longtime isnt it.?? Ok was busy traveling and upgrading my youtube channel which is going to get public soon. No no not in mood of nirvana now. Todays blog is about the destinations which you can surely plan for this summer vacation rather than sitting idle at home and gaining calories.

Young kids, Adults and even oldies can plan out somewhere to travel in this vacation time. Surely this places are best to travel. Indian summers are too hot.
Summer is the season in which everyone looks to savour the beauty of nature far away from the scorching heat of the sun and the uncomfortable environment created due to exponentially rising temperatures. India is one country which is filled with natural wonders at every step, be it regarding hills, valleys, peaks, water cascades, lakes, forests or wildlife.

If you are one amongst those who want to escape the heat of the city and get lost in the calm and serene atmosphere of nature, then you have reached the right article. Scroll down to know more about these summer destinations in India in 2018 which are no less than heaven and certainly boast of their tranquil nature.


This was the recent place i visit and believe me its beautiful. I was intrested in kings properties and their culture. But if you are a keen traveller and more interested in knowing the insights of the palaces and mahals.

You should definitely visit this wonder on land. Some of the beautiful captures i have taken which you surely capture in your eye and envisage. Similarly Here are also place where you can definitely visit this summer.


Located in the Idukki district of Kerala, Munnar is also known as the Kashmir of the South on account of its unblemished environment and stainless beauty.

Being located in God’s Own Country, Munnar is nowhere deprived of natural charm. Once you are inside the boundaries of Munnar, you can definitely feel the essence of its heavenly presence all around. Scattered all across the town, the beauty of Munnar is best seen in the tea gardens, national parks and lush greenery.


Located in the foothills of the outer Himalayas, Nainital is one of the most popular and most visited places in the Uttarakhand state of India.

Famous for its dazzling lakes shining amidst the green valleys, it is definitely a place to experience. Why not plan a trip to Nainital this season and find yourself commending its spectacular views of the sky-high Himalayas and dense vegetation on the slopes?


The eastern part of India is filled with natural gems in the form of hill stations and luxuriant plains. Being the capital city of Meghalaya, the abode of clouds, Shillong is one of the favourite hill stations amongst tourists and every year millions of tourists and travellers can be seen roaming around its magnificent beauty and exploring its charm.

On account of its favourable climate throughout the year, Shillong has also been voted as the favourite hill station in India.


Often called the Queen of hills station, the paranomic views and the serenity of the surroundings, Someone would like to lost in that heaven for sure.

Due to the presence of immense beauty in the form of lakes, parks and rich vegetation, Ooty is on the top of the bucket list of every traveller who loves to spend some time amidst the cool breeze blowing through the towering hills and dense forests and experience the best of nature.

Some of the places mentioned above have been visited by me and some of them are still in my cart to travel. Hope to visit that soon. But you Guys should surely visit this piece of paradise on Earth in india.

Stay happy..

Enjoy this summer.

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