Top Tourist Places to Visit in India in June & July

The Travelius Offer this month of June and July is the time when the season for summer holidays in India reaches its crescendo. With schools and colleges closing at this time of year, June and July also becomes best time for family holidays in India. Since it is also the peak of summer season in India with monsoon in the offing, there are quite a few places where one could travel to for a fulfilling summer holiday in India.

To seek respite from the scorching sun and humidity, hill stations are the most favored tourist places in India to travel in summer. A bulk of the popular hill stations in India are in the North and North Eastern India, but West and South India also have fair share of some equally magnificent hill stations to go for summer vacations in India. Surprisingly even the desert kingdom of Rajasthan has a hill station for you to plan your break. 

Nilgiri Hills

Nestled in the between the Nilgiri Hills, Ooty is a one of the best hill stations in South India to be visited during the month of June. The picturesque hill station surrounded by lush countryside, greets you with a pleasant weather and an abundance of places of interests to explore.

Things to do in Ooty visit attractions like Botanical Gardens, Rose Gardens, The Tea Factory, Echo Rock, Doddabetta Peak, Dolphin’s Nose, Sims Park, Annamalai Temple, Hidden Valley, Wax Museum, and many more. Adding the element of comfort and luxury, there are various hotels, inns, guesthouses, and resorts available.


One of the most popular hill stations in South Indian state of Kerala, Munnar is favored honeymoon destination in India. With its scenic locales, vast stretches of emerald tea plantations & forests, pervading calm and fascinating views, Munnar attracts family vacationers and romantic couples alike.
Things to do in Munnar include tea tours, spice tours, nature walks, visit to Tea Museum and hikes along the nearby trails in the Western Ghats. If you are visiting Munnar for your holidays in June, you could include the nearby sights such as Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty Dam, Attukal Waterfalls and Top Station


Literally meaning ‘hundred thousand islands’, Lakshadweep located 400 kilometers off Indian coast in Arabian Sea, is one of the most off the beaten path destinations in India. There are in fact only 36 islands comprising India’s smallest union territory out of which 3 – Agatti, Kadmat and Bangaram Island – are open to foreign tourists. However a permit is required by both Indians and foreigners for visit to Lakshadweep which could are issued from Kochi.

Lakshadweep Islands is one of the best places in India for scuba diving and snorkeling. Various water sport activities are also available at Kadmat, Bangaram and Agatti Island.

The charm of these islands lies in their remoteness from the mainland making them crowd free and less ‘touristy’. Then there are turquoise corals, pristine coastline dotted with coconut palms and stretches of beige sand that conjures postcard perfect moments.


Ladakh is one of the best destinations in India to travel to in summer and during the entire monsoon season. Bereft of rain as it is, Ladakh is favored among the adventure and thrill seekers as the highway to this himalayan kingdom opens up in May. June is the best time to visit Ladakh if you want to avoid the crowd in Leh.
Amazing rock formations, ancient Buddhist culture, some of the highest motorable passes in the world, and turquoise high altitude lakes are the major allure of Ladakh.

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