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What are top monsoon destinations from Hyderabad?


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My take is Konkan. It is near to my heart. Completed my Engineering so spent most beautiful days of my life (and monsoon) there. Complete Konkan become beautiful during this season.

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Nice post @Musafir. All the places around the western ghats region are best to visit during monsoons. Would love to list down a few for the record.

1) Chikamagalur and Kudremukh

2) Lonavla, Tamhini, Mulshi, Lavasa (All the roads and ghats around the Pavna lake) 

3) Malshej ghat

4) Agumbe.

5) Few treks in the western ghat region to get beautiful views

Sinhagad, Rajgad, Torna, Raigad, Harishchandragad, Tikona, Lohagad, Koraigad, Kotligad, Tung, Visapur, Andharban etc.

6) Goa is another beautiful place close to the ghats. (Beaches can be ignored)

7) Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani

8) Araku valley

9) Ooty and Kotagiri

10) Kodaikanal and Vattakanal (Best from Sept  to Dec)

11) Coorg and Madikeri

12) Wayanad and Munnar

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4 hours ago, sagar said:

Tamhini, Mulshi

This is the best that I have done so far out of the list above and then comes in the Coorg down South along with Araku Valley

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On 7/30/2019 at 9:31 AM, mit1682 said:

My take is Konkan


Nothing can beat this in south Indian. There are many unknown beautiful locations in Kerala. 
Any IndiaDrive plans to Kerala? Never attended a meet till now. Was promoted to father and got busy with early stage chores. 

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4 hours ago, RajG said:

Any IndiaDrive plans to Kerala? Never attended a meet till now. Was promoted to father and got busy with early stage chores. 

On the cards @RajG we shall update you the details well in advance once we materialize the plan. It will be sometime in September!

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I am hoping to see some new places to explore on this thread :) 

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