Getaway Calendar for Rest of the Year 2018 in India

If one of your new year resolution in 2018 was to go on more trips across India and yet if you haven’t gone on to a single vacation, then here we have good news for you. There are still four months left in 2018 and you can still plan a few holidays. This is probably your last chance to make the most of weekends and plan for sabbaticals in 2018.

 

September

September arrives and monsoon retreats. September announces the arrival of Autumn – the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. For those who would love to but couldn’t manage to take a monsoon trip, this is your last chance to make the most of the last showering period of the year. Keeping this in mind, here we have listed down a few unusual places where you can plan a trip even at the 11th hour. In most tourist places, September is a part of the offseason, hence you can book hotels and flight at a substantially discounted price.

  • Coonoor, Tamil Nadu

Coonoor is a beautiful town in Tamil Nadu and is comparatively less explored than its surrounding areas. It is basically a hill station which attracts tourists for a numerous number of reasons. From its tea estate to the scenic beauty of the Nilgiri hills, the sprawling 100 years old gardens with exotic plants; to its famous cascading Catherin falls. Wants a bird’s eye view of the landscape? Don’t miss out on visiting Lamb’s Rock. Staying here for two days is enough to rejuvenate your nature-loving soul.

  • Khandala, Maharastra

Khandala is likely to offer you the most memorable monsoon trip in September. This hill station is home to vintage places including Rajmachi Point with a view of the Rajmachi Fort and Sunset point. Khandala is a popular choice to enjoy September rains as it receives a good amount of rain during the month. The true beauty of the mountain can also be devoured during this season. Hence, make sure to plan a weekend trip to Khandala and delve deep into the mesmerizing memories of its dramatic valley. In addition to these, the three-tiered waterfalls adjacent to the Tamhini Ghat mountain pass, the Buddhist shrines, and the Bhaja and Karla caves featuring intricate carvings will further add variety to your journey.

 

October to November

If one wants to experience the color of falls in India, they must visit two highly acclaimed places: Rishikesh & Ziro. After all, India is a Paradise for travel aficionados and it has the best to offer during October. During this time of the year, the raining phase will be long gone, and the oozing warm climate will have much to offer you. Oodles of colors and the pleasant weather make us step out of our home to get enchanted by the magnificence of October and November.

  • Rishikesh

If you are seeking adventure and not a laid-back holiday, then Rishikesh is the best choice for you. This holy city thriving by the river Ganga and sitting on the northern frontier of the Himalayas has so much to offer to your adventurous heart. Places that one shouldn’t miss here in Rishikesh are Rishikund, Laxman Jhula and Ram Jhula, Vashishta Gufa, Triveni Ghat and The Beatles Ashram.

  • Ziro

Ziro can easily be called as a peace seeker’s paradise. This quaint old town comprises unique tribal groups, rice fields and pine hills. During the October-November period, the balmy climate remains at its best and will definitely make you fall in love with it.

December

Pack your bags and step out to experience the chill this December. To mark your winter to be an epic month visit Dalhousie and experience bliss like never before.

  • Dalhousie

Want to be mesmerized with the colonial charm of a town? Then no choice can be better than visiting Dalhousie. This picturesque town will remain as one of your best December memories with its snow-covered Deodar forest and snow-capped mountains. Dalhousie is also a popular spot for trekking enthusiasts.

So don’t stall any longer, pack your bags and unleash the wanderlust within you!

Happy Wandering!

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