Top 5 Best Places to Visit in July in India on a Budget

Best Places to Visit in July

Best Places to Visit in July in India

July witnesses the much-awaited arrival of monsoons. With monsoon, every place just lightens and brightens up. The rain puts life in everything making it pure and beautiful. It makes us not want to sit at home. We want to go out, enjoy the weather and get to know the scenic beauty of our beautiful and historic country India. What can be the best month and the best time than now? Because as we all know “It’s now or never.”
Trabeauli presents this article to inform you about the “Best Places to Visit in July in India“. So, all you travellers out there get off your beds, pack your bags, hit the road and just visit any place that is on the list. You are sure to be amazed!

1. Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh

It is a sight which can never be forgotten once seen in the month of July. It never fails to impress its visitor. It has beautiful, natural and true scenic views. It was a favourite summer holiday spot of Britishers which is reflected by the magnificent Victorian-style mansions constructed in this region. Icing on the cake for this place is, it is located far from the city making it free from the hustle-bustle, pollution and traffic of the city. Being a hill station it has number of mountains, river streams and many more amazing places to visit. A few of them are Panch Pulla, Satdhara Falls and the Daikund peak.

2. Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir

Ladakh’s charm was well-known but with the passage of time its charm has been forgotten and kind of just evaded from people’s minds. It is one of the sparsely populated regions of Jammu and Kashmir. It is renowned for the beauty of its mountains and its culture. It has a culture similar to that of Tibet. This place is incredibly beautiful in the month of July and has much more to offer than it is known for! There is something extremely captivating about this place that makes it one of the best places in India to be visited in the month of July.

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3. Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh

This place is added to our list of best places to visit in July in India mainly because of its extraordinary beauty specifically in the month of July. Also internationally known as the humble abode of Dalai Lama himself, it is well known for its monasteries and temples. It is a wonderful place to visit and is quite calm and serene. You can go here for soul searching and end up finding the most awaited and needed peace in your life.

4. Goa

Goa is like a dream come true for every traveller. And visiting it in July just adds up to its momentum and its beauty. Goa is an underrated place known mostly for its beaches. There’s more to Goa than just beaches and sea food people! It offers you a whole wide range of different sports activities such as backwater kayaking, dolphin spotting, paragliding, scuba diving, snorkelling and many more. It is a beautiful sight in the month of July as well as incredibly refreshing and energising! Goa is a best honeymoon destinations in India.

5. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

If you are looking for a place to find serenity this is the best place to visit. It is the beauty of North East and is absolutely breathtaking and mesmerising. It has lush green hills spread around it and beautiful architecture reflecting Buddhist monastery. On one end, there is Gompas while on the other there is a war memorial!

Moreover, the best time to visit it is the summer season, when the rains had just arrived. The temperature is perfect and there are enough number of places for sightseeing and visiting.
Hope this list of the best places to visit in July makes you want to go off-bed right now and that you enjoy your vacation!
Happy July!

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3 Comments

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    Spa Centert in Mumbai
    August 19, 2017 at 6:35 am

    Hi,
    Thanks for sharing these amazing information, it has been a great help. Keep sharing and caring.

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      Trabeauli
      August 19, 2017 at 8:17 am

      Thanks, Keep Supporting us.

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