7. Fusion Of Colonial Charm And Tranquility Pondicherry
Come and explore the French colonial settlement that has splashes of Indian ethnicity! If peace and tranquility are what you are after, Pondicherry is the go-to place for you! It is the choicest holiday destination in the month of October as it has a lot to offer to the visitors.
Also referred as ‘Pondy’, this bohemian-chic destination combines the new-age charm with the old-world heritage. The older alley of this destination is packed with shady cobbled streets as well as colonial-era townhouses while the newer part is characteristic South Indian. The presence of internationally renowned Sri Aurobindo Ashram and his experimental township, Auroville draws a major chunk of spiritually minded tourists.
8. God’s Own Country Kerala
An ideal destination for honeymooners, nature lovers, and family vacationers – Kerala is an Indian state on the Arabian Sea shoreline that is dotted with palm-lined beaches and the backwaters. This tropical symphony is famous for its sophisticated houseboats, temple festivals, taste-bud-tingling cuisines, exotic birds, snake-boat races, Kathakali plays, wild elephants, and Ayurveda treatments.
The meandering lanes of Munnar sprinkled with greenery are the highlight of Kerala, and perhaps a reason for it to be placed in the list of places to visit in India in July.
As you embark out in Kerala, don’t forget to explore the Mattancherry Palace, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, 1880’s Napier Museum, the unusually attractive Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary, and the remote hilltop Edakal Caves. Follow the steep path to the Athirapally Falls, which looks magnificent during October.
9. The Rejuvenation Holiday At Coorg
Get ready to get charmed by ‘The Scotland of India’ – Coorg. One of the most visited tourist places in Karnataka, the hill station offers an amalgamation of a rich cultural and historical backdrop. Just leave the busy lives behind and smell the intoxicating aroma of coffees, explore the picturesque hamlet Valanoor, and indulge in spirituality at the Omkareshwara Temple.
When heading to the priceless gem of Karnataka, choose to live in a homestay and experience the local culture. Explore the prime tourist spots like the Golden Temple and Dubare Elephant Camp. Tea tasting at the KT Tea Junction or a jeep ride to Jodpala – Coorg is going to enchant you completely!
10. The Land Of Magical Vistas Meghalaya
“The adobe of Clouds”, Meghalaya is the most inviting state in October. This state welcomes the visitors to a site packed with mystical caves, mighty waterfalls, and scenic beauty.
Meghalaya is a pine-fresh mountain state that is truly magical during the monsoon time. The breathtaking vistas of Cherrapunjee and Mawsynram, pollution-free atmosphere, as well as nice, tribal people make it a perfect escape from the monotonous city lives.
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