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This June, explore these 6 destinations in India

Where to go and what to do.

 If you want to escape the scorching summer heat and plan a June trip to India, then you are right. Here we are giving you the list of the 6 best destinations to visit this June in India. Plan your trip by going through the following list and information on these destinations. 

6 Destinations in India to explore in June 

Pelling, Sikkim

Pelling is a destination in the mountains in Sikkim state. Here are some brilliant trekking opportunities in the snow-clad mountains in the western part of the state. So if you are interested in trekking, this is a must-visit spot. The Kanchenjunga national park and sacred monasteries are some attractions for sightseeing. After Gangtok, Pelling has emerged as the second-best destination for tourists in Sikkim.

Other places to visit in Pelling are- Sangachoeling Monastery, Singshore Bridge, Rimbi Waterfall, and Khecheopalri Lake. 

Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

Enclosed in swirling clouds, Cherrapunji is situated in the East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya and is known as one of the wettest places on earth. It is the perfect place for nature treks and walks, photography, bird watching, and a peaceful break amid tranquil surroundings. To witness nature at its best, you must visit this place to enjoy numerous caves and waterfalls. 

In Cherrapunji, you can also visit- Double Decker Root Bridges, a UNESCO Heritage Site, Nohkalikai, and Dainthlen Falls, Mawsmai and KremMawmluh Caves, MawsmaiNongthymmai Eco Park, Thangkharang Park, Wakabaand Seven Sisters Falls, and Nongsawlia Presbyterian Church. 

Idukki, Kerala

To enjoy the salubrious weather, you can visit Idukki, a perfect summer destination in Kerala. Idukki is well-known for rubber plantations, tea factories, beautiful bungalows, forests, and wildlife sanctuaries. This place will satisfy you if you want to spend some quality time alone. You can also get the best trekking and camping experience here at Idukki. 

Other places to visit in Idukki are- Hill View Park, Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary, Gavi, Idukki Arch Dam, Kulamavu Dam, Nandukani, Thommankuthu Waterfalls, Painavu, Anchuruli Tunnel Waterfalls, Anakarra, Cheeyappara Waterfalls, Periyar National Park, Murrikaddy, Calvary Mount, Vandanmedu, Valara Waterfalls. 

Spiti valley, Himachal Pradesh

The name Spiti means the middle land, that is why it separates India and Tibet. It is well-known as the trekking mecca and a virgin paradise. When you enter Spiti valley, long winding roads, cold deserts, and snow-crowned mountains welcome you. Situated at an altitude of 12500 feet above sea level, Spiti valley gets just around 250 days of sunshine during the year. Thus it is ranked among the coldest places in the country. 

Places to visit in Spiti valley are- Chandra Taallake, Dhankar Lake, Suraj Tal Lake and Komik lake. 

Almora, Uttarakhand

Almora is located in the southern part of Kumaon Hills in the Himalayan range. This hill station offers picturesque views, serene environments, low temperatures, and lip-smacking food. The tranquillity and beauty of Almora have impressed Swami Vivekananda, and he spent a few days here for meditation. If you are looking for spirituality and peace, then Almora is the best destination.

In Almora, you can also visit- Bright end corner, GovindBallabh Pant Museum, MrigVihar Zoo, Lakhudiyar, Zero Point, Martola, and five must-see temples, namely- Jageshwar, Kasar Devi, Nanda Devi, Katarmal Sun and ChitaiGoluDevta. 

Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu

If you want to witness the period of French colonisation in India, visit Pondicherry. Well-known for striking French architecture and its idyllic beaches, this place is called Puducherry. Bounded by the southern state of Tamil Nadu, this is one of the seven Union Territories in India. You can enjoy boating, scuba diving, and bicycle riding on Pondicherry’s cobble-stoned paths. 

Don’t forget to visit these places in Pondicherry- Seaside promenade, Famous Rock Beach, Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Paradise Beach, Auroville, Arikamedu, Aurobindo Ashram, French War Memorial, Arulmigu Manakula Vinayagar Temple, Immaculate Conception Cathedral, and Serenity Beach. 

Conclusion

So, it’s time to chill now and beat the heat of summer. Don’t waste your time just thinking of this trip; pack your bags and get ready to explore these destinations in India this June! India experiences many travellers from Dubai as many visitors from this place are influenced by the beauty of Indian cities. So, if you are from Dubai, then check Dubai India flight tickets now.

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