What are the best places to visit in India during the month of August?

These places to visit in India in August invite you to experience nature, food, and culture. August may be one of the monsoon months but this could actually be advantageous since you can go around while enjoying the cool breeze.

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    Munnar is a popular hill-station in Kerala with one of the biggest tea plantations. Some of the things you can do here are trekking or biking to view-points, boating along the lake, or simply enjoy nature and wildlife at its finest.



    Jesse Perkins
    Written on May 31, 2019
    "I cannot have been more at peace here. If you guys watched the Avengers: Endgame, this is my version of Thanos' garden. Went here by myself and the scenery was just majestic. I'd definitely recommend going boating. Munnar in August is a haven for solitude and meditation."
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    Lahaul-Spiti Valley is the trekking mecca in Himachal Pradesh along the borders of India and Tibet. Apart from trekking, adventure seekers can experience skiing, yak safaris, or simply see spectacular views of monasteries and snow-crowned mountains.



    Lisa Bryant
    Written on May 31, 2019
    "I'm an adrenaline junkie so I'm all for extreme sports but the yak safari was definitely a new and exciting experience. The trails don't disappoint-definitely worth the12 hour-long drive from Delhi. Won't advise this place if you're an amateur trekker since you might have trouble breathing through such a high altitude of 12,000ft. Had the most awesome trek with my buddies. "
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    #3Andaman & Nicobar

    Andaman & Nicobar

    Andaman & Nicobar Islands is known for having pristine beaches with white sand and clear blue waters. Get a glimpse of the limestone caves, avail of water activities, or dive into the deep. The enchanting reefs are truly a sight to see for divers and snorkellers.



    Nicole Snyder
    Written on May 31, 2019
    "As soon as I got off the port I just knew that these islands had the clearest blue waters I've seen all my life. I almost cried just seeing it from above - a 2 hour flight from Chennai. Been here twice, once in the summer which was way too hot for me so I came back the August next year. "
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    Kodaikanal is the princess of hill stations tucked in Tamil Nadu where you can enjoy a chilly and pleasant climate. A pleasing getaway to hike whilst being a witness to its natural beauty. Kodaikanal is blessed with scenic waterfalls, rolling hills, and clear lakes. 



    Mildred Stevens
    Written on May 31, 2019
    "I would say that this is one of the most beautiful places to visit in India. A breath of fresh air... and the weather was just perfect. In this concrete world, seeing the abundance of life and nature is just mesmerizing. Glad my best friend and I decided to meet each other here after not seeing each other in two years. An adventure for nature lovers."
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    Goa is located on the west coast of India known for its beaches and nightlife. Churches from the colonial era and Dudhsagar falls are attractions not to be missed especially during monsoon months. A place to enjoy good food and exciting activities.



    Shreyas Powar
    Written on May 31, 2019
    "The perfect 5-day trip in August must be spent along the coast of Goa. A hip and chill beach where I found meaning to the phrase "feel infinite" (-Perks of being a Wallflower). Such a profound experience meeting open-minded people from all walks of life. Plus when else can I say that I've gone through monkey valley hahaha"
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     Dubbed as "The Scotland of India," Coorg is the most affluent hill station in Karnataka that produces coffee. This is where one can appreciate the greenery and wildlife. It is best to visit during August to spot seasonal waterfalls or go river rafting.



    Roger Jones
    Written on May 31, 2019
    "Went here in August since this was the place to visit in India then and to go river rafting. I also got to see those waterfalls! Coorg's weather is just great. A group of friends and I planned a trip just for the sake of having a weekend getaway. I'd say leave early in the morning so that you can get there by noon if you're coming from Bangalore. The big bonus is that this was an affordable vacation near the city."
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    Known as the City of Lakes and the "Venice of the East", Udaipur is a valley that lies in the middle of the Aravalli Hills. A place where you can visit temples, palaces, and relish delicious cuisines while admiring the sunset's reflection on the lakes.


    Wang Ren
    Written on May 31, 2019
    "Udaipur is famous for its lakes and it deserves its title as the Venice of the East in every way. I've been a fan of Bollywood all my life so when I hear that a lot of scenes were shot here... I just had to see it in real life. This place has everything from food to attractions. Won't be a complete tour of India without stopping over here."
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    A UNESCO World Heritage site, Khajuraho is an architectural masterpiece of temples. You can go through safaris, museums, or go shopping during the day. The light and sound show at the temple grounds is not to be missed in your evening's itinerary.



    Eduardo Mora
    Written on May 31, 2019
    "I'm an architect and I just had to see the Khajuraho temples of love. It was indeed breathtaking especially when you stay for the light and sound show at night. During the day, there were times I felt like I had too much time to spare. It was good nonetheless, I admired the intricately detailed carvings on the walls then proceeded to other attractions in the area. "


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2LahaulPlaces 15 Free
3Andaman & Nicobar Places 8 Free
4KodaikanalPlaces 4 Free
5GoaPlaces 3 Free
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