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Mumbai to Goa, Kanyakumari to Munnar and Leh to Ladakh are some of the popular road trips one can plan. Do check the road conditions and weather forecast before you start your journey.
Plan a stay on a houseboat for a couple of days enjoying the famed backwaters of 'God’s own country’ Kerala. Head to Alleppey, the gateway to the backwaters between Kochi and Kollam.
India is home to some of the most beautiful waterfalls that one can enjoy during the monsoons. Jog Falls in Karnataka which is known as 'The majestic waterfalls of India’ should be on your bucket list this monsoon.
There are several treks one can do during the monsoons depending on easy, moderate and difficultly levels. The Singhagad trek in Pune, Valley of flowers in Uttarakhand and Harishchandragad trek in Maharashtra are some easy to moderate treks one can definitely try.
Zip-lining during monsoons is one of the most sought after adventure sports to give you that adrenaline rush and enjoy a visual treat. Rishikesh, Goa and Burans Khanda are popular places that have zip-lining activities for adventure-seeking enthusiasts.
It’s said that river rafting in Zanskar in Ladakh is quite unlike other places. However, it is the toughest river rafting in India so do plan your adventure depending on the difficulty level of the activity.
The best month to do this activity is September. Lonavala in Maharashtra is one of the best places where you can try this thrilling adventure sport.
If you are looking for a relaxing and rejuvenating experience you can head to an Ayurvedic spa for a healing and therapeutic massage. Kerala Ayurveda centers offer some amazing spa packages for a full mind and body rejuvenation.