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15 Top Places To Visit In August In India

August, one of the best time of the year when the monsoon is set in approx all the parts of the country and it is the time when nature has all the things to offer you that all have known in your imagination only. It is the very time when travellers from all over the world travel to India during India tourism.

Top Places To Visit In August In India

Top Places To Visit In August In India

To enhance your imagination we have brought a list of some of the most amazing places which you can try visiting with your friends and family during the month of August.

  1. Mount Abu
  2. Valley of Flowers
  3. Mandu
  4. Pachmarhi
  5. Ooty
  6. Jog Falls
  7. Kodaikanal
  8. Coorg
  9. Khandala
  10. Munnar
  11. Pondicherry
  12. Cherrapunji
  13. Shirdi
  14. Udaipur
  15. Kanyakumari

1. Mount Abu

mount abu in august

mount abu in august

Let’s start with this beautiful and only hill station of Rajasthan, Mount Abu. In the desert state of Rajasthan, Mount Abu feature as an oasis. People who love to enrich their Rajasthan tourism packages by visiting forts and palace also loves to cherish the natural beauty of this royal state. Mount Abu is a perfect destination for all honeymooners. The Dilwara Jain Temples are the major highlights of this place. Mount Abu is quite famous among archaeologist due to the presence of numerous historical medieval sites.

Mount Abu Major Attractions –

  1. Dilwara Jain Temples
  2. Nakki Lake
  3. Toad Rock
  4. Honeymoon Point

Read Also: 9 Best Monsoon Destinations in Rajasthan

Suggested Tour: Udaipur With Mount Abu Tour

2. Valley of Flowers

valley of flowers in august

valley of flowers in august

Flowers are the most beautiful way of conveying the unsaid words and Valley of Flowers is the perfect place to enhance holiday experience. Located in the lap of northern Indian state Uttarakhand, the valley shares its border with Nepal and Tibet. Covered with snow throughout the year, the valley is open from the months of June to September. August is the best month to visit this valley. Your north India holiday package will surely enhance with the presence of 300 species of flowers.  For wildlife lovers, this place is a boon. This place is occupied with many rare and endangered species of animals such as Asiatic Black Bear, Snow Leopard, Brown Bear, blue sheep and many other animals.

Valley of Flowers Major Attractions –

  1. Valley of Flowers National Park
  2. Rich Flora and Fauna
  3. Hemukund Sahib
  4. Nanda Devi National Park

3. Mandu

mandu in august

mandu in august

The historical place of Madhya Pradesh, named Mandu is not only famous for its pristine lakes and majestic palaces, but is also known for the legendary story of romance and passion between Prince Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati. The beauty of this city reaches to its peak during the season of monsoon. Filled with several palaces, baths, attractive canals and pavilions, Mandu is best explored during the month of August. On arriving this place, you will find numerous gates built of stones that offer spectacular view of Jahaz Mahal.

Mandu Major Attractions –

  1. Roopmati’s Pavilion
  2. Baz Bahadur Palace
  3. Rewa Kund
  4. Eco Point
  5. Jami Masjid

Suggested Tour: 10 Nights 11 Days Enthralling Madhya Pradesh Tour

4. Pachmarhi

Pachmarhi in august

Pachmarhi in august

Popularly known as Satpura Ki Rani, The Pachmarhi is one of the most beautiful locations in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The Pachmarhi is the highest point of Madhya Pradesh. The place is featuring as the only hill station in Madhya Pradesh and is visited by numerous of travellers from all across the world. According to the legends, the Pachmarhi caves were built by five Pandava brother of Mahabharatas era during their exile period.

Pachmarhi Major Attractions –

  1. Bee Fall
  2. Rajat Pratap
  3. Mount Rosa
  4. Handi Kho

5. Ooty

ooty in august

ooty in august

It is the scenic beauty and natural abundance that Ooty is famous for. This beautiful hill-station is known as the “Queen of Hill Station”. Being one of the most popular hill stations of south India, Ooty is playing a significant part in South India tourism. With the presence of Nilgiri Mountains, Tou Trains, lush green tea plantations, the place becomes the best location to visit during the month of August. Ooty is quite famous among the newlywed couples and lovebirds.

Ooty Major Attractions –

  1. Ride in a Toy Train
  2. Ooty Lake
  3. Botanical Garden of Ooty
  4. Doddabetta Peak
  5. Rose Garden Ooty
  6. Dolphin’s Nose

Read Also: Best 7 Places To Visit in India in Summer

Suggested Tour: 2 Nights 3 Days Coimbatore Ooty Tour Package

6. Jog Falls

jog falls in august

jog falls in august

The monsoon will be on its peak during the month of August and a visit to Jog Falls during this month is something of worth experiencing. Listed as the second highest waterfall in India, Jog Falls is also known by the other names such as Gerosoppa Falls and Joga Falls. This water fall is the pride of Karnataka’s natural beauty. The Jog Falls gushes down by 4 different falls namely Raja, Roarer, Rani and Rocket.

Jog Falls Major Attractions –

  1. Tunga Anicut Dam
  2. BRP Dam
  3. Thyarve Koppa Lion and Tiger Reserve
  4. Linganmakki Dam

Read Also: Best Places in India To Visit In May

7. Kodaikanal

kodaikanal in august

kodaikanal in august

Referred as the “Princess of Hill stations”, Kodaikanal is one of the most amazing and brilliant place to enjoy the August holidays. Kodaikanal means the “gift of forest” and with the presence of various trees, huge rocks, dense waterfalls make a perfect gift for all nature enthusiasts. The spectacular sceneries, unforgettable glimpse and marvelous natural abundance make this place a perfect holiday destination which you can visit during your South India tours. The place offers its travellers with a wide range of adventure activities such as trekking, boat riding, horse riding and many more.

Kodaikanal Major Attractions –

  1. Kodai Lake
  2. Green Valley View (Suicide Point)
  3. Pillar Rocks
  4. Berijam Lake
  5. Coakers Walk

8. Coorg

coorg in august

coorg in august

Perfectly nicknamed as the “Scotland of India” Coorg is a perfect treasure place for all nature lovers, it is an unforgettable holiday destination. The hill-station is one of the most beautiful hill station of Western Ghats and is located at the elevation of 1525 m. The mesmerizing hills, verdant valleys and plush dense forest, along with the wide spread tea and coffee plantations make this place more beautiful during monsoon, in the month of August. The Organge groves, rolling streets and spectacular locals just enhance the beauty of Coorg.

Coorg Major Attractions –

  1. Abbey Falls
  2. Nammdroling Monastery
  3. Nagarhole National Park
  4. Talacauvery
  5. Burude Falls
  6. Tadiandamol Peak

Suggested Tour: 3 Nights 4 Days Bangalore Coorg Tour Package

9. Khandala

khandala in august

khandala in august

Among all the nearby attractions near Mumbai, Khandala is the one which is famous for all kinds of tourist activities. This famous hill station is situated on the foothills of Sahyadri and makes a perfect weekend getaway from Mumbai. The natural beauty of Khadala is enhances by the presence of the scenic valleys, grassy hills, serene lakes and misty waterfalls. During Mumbai tours travellers also loves to visit Khandala and enjoy the natural beauty that blooms your holiday experience and revels a magical charm during the monsoon.

Khandala Major Attractions –

  1. Rajmachi Fort
  2. Lohagarh Fort
  3. Bedsa Caves
  4. Visapur Fort
  5. Duke’s Nose
  6. Bushi Dam

Read Also: 10 Best Places To Visit in India in September

10. Munnar

munnar in august

munnar in august

Famous for its lush green hills, wide spread tea plantations and amazing mystique beauty, Munnar is one of the most famous hill stations in India. The hill-station holds a prominent place in South India tourism. Located in the lap of God’s own country, Munnar justify the beauty and charm of the Kerala. The Munnar natural abundance is the major attraction among the travellers. Be it the rich wildlife or the national parks or the milky white gushing cascades, each and every thing has its own breathtaking charm. The world Munnar is a Tamil word where Mun means three and Aar means River, and being nestled at the confluence of three rivers the place has got its name Munnar.

Munnar Major Attractions –

  1. Rose Garden
  2. Echo Point
  3. Mattupetti Dam
  4. Kolkkumala Tea Estate
  5. Elephant Arrival Spot
  6. Attukkad Waterfalls

Suggested Tour: 3 Nights 4 Days Coimbatore Munnar Tour Package

11. Pondicherry

pondicherry in august

pondicherry in august

Featuring as one of the seven union territories, Pondicherry is also known as Puducherry and sometime referred as Pondy. The beautiful city is located on the south east coast of India one can enjoy the spectacular view of shimmering Bay of Bengal. Pondicherry plays a vital role in India tourism and makes the place a perfect tourist destination with the presence of heritage sites, religious shrines and natural abundance. Pondicherry is among one of the places in India which was under the rule of foreign country even after 1947. Been under the French rule till 1954 one can find a huge influence of France culture in here.

Pondicherry Major Attractions –

  1. Paradise Beach
  2. Seaside Promenade
  3. Auroville Ashram
  4. Basilica of The Sacred Heart of Jesus
  5. Raj Niwas
  6. Aurobindo Ashram

12. Cherrapunji

cherrapunji in august

cherrapunji in august

It is not wrong to denote Cherrapunji as the “City of Monsoon”; the place is famous for the highest amount of rainfall. The stunning place is perfect to visit during the month of August. When all the country is being dipped in the aura of Monsoon, Cherrapunji is the place which is naturally filled with the natural monsoon season throughout the year. The place is a perfect tourist hub among the nature enthusiasts, photographers and wanderers. Located in the lap of Meghalaya, the place due to the high rainfall has numerous of misty valleys, sparkling rivers and exotic rich flora and fauna which make your North India tourism amazing and memorable.

Cherrapunji Major Attractions –

  1. Seven Sister Falls
  2. Living Root Bridges
  3. Nohkalikai Falls
  4. Mawsynram

13. Shirdi

shirdi in august

shirdi in august

A beautiful location in Maharashtra, Shridi is a famous pilgrim site which is visited by lakhs of devotees every year. The place is associated with the famous saint Sai Baba, who used to reside here and preach different life lessons among all the most important is “Sabka Malik Ek” which means “God is One”. People from all cast, creed and religion visit Shirdi in huge numbers. The place also plays a vital role in Mumbai tourism. Wrapped around with the major tourist attraction such as caves, hill-stations, weekend gateways and many prominent cities, Shirdi plays a perfect tourist destination in Maharashtra which can be visited during the month of August.

Shirdi Major Attractions –

  1. Adul Baba Cottage
  2. Dixit Wada Museum
  3. Gurusthan
  4. Samadhi Mandir
  5. Dwarkamai
  6. House of Laxmibai Shinde

14. Udaipur

udaipur in august

udaipur in august

Udaipur is one of the most beautiful cities in Rajasthan. All travellers under their Rajasthan tourism love to explore this city of Lakes. Udaipur tourism also plays a significant role in the Cultural and heritage walk in India. Known for the pristine lakes, spectacular historical sites and beautiful gardens the city is indeed a charm of Rajasthan tour package. Visiting this Lake City during the month of monsoon will be a pleasing experience for every traveller.

Udaipur Major Attractions –

  1. Lake Pichola
  2. City Palace Complex
  3. Saheliyon Ki Bari
  4. Jagdish Temple
  5. Jag Mandir
  6. Eklingjji Temple

Read Also: Planning Udaipur Tour, Don’t Miss These 5 Must Visit Places

Suggested Tour: Udaipur Shopping Tour Package

15. Kanyakumari

kanyakumari in august

kanyakumari in august

Kanyakumari is the southernmost tip of India. The place is the point of confluence of the Arabian Sea and the Majestic Bay of Bengal and the charming Indian Ocean. Kanyakumari is an essential part of almost every South India tour packages. The place is surrounded by pleasing weather, charming long stretch beaches and serene climate. Visiting Kanyakumari during monsoon in the month of August will fill you with pleasing and unforgettable memories of all time.

Kanyakumari Major Attractions –

  1. Vivekanand Rock Memorial
  2. Kumari Amman Temple
  3. Kanyakumari Beach
  4. Thiruvalluvar Statue
  5. Padmanabhapuram Palace
  6. Gandhi Mandapam
  7. Vattakottai Fort

Read Also: 9 Best Places To Visit In India In Monsoon

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