Monsoon is the most romantic and soothing of all the seasons and in this season everyone wants to escape from the hustle bustle of the city life and enjoy the beauty
of nature. There are various places near Delhi which are perfect destinations for weekend visits on Monsoon, some of which are shortlisted by Touropick Team are mentioned below:
Mandwa, the historical place situated at a distance of 257 km from Delhi is a perfect weekend getaway from Delhi during the downpour. Regarded as the “Open Air Art Gallery”
because of the paintings and architecture present in many buildings, Mandawa will mesmerize every history lover. Once here, you can also visit important locations
such as the Sevaram Saraf Haveli, Ram Pratap Nemani Haveli, Murmuria Haveli, Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli etc. Touropick team can help you to the best package deals for Mandwa.
Rupnagar, Situated beside the Sutlej River on the foothills of the Lower Himalaya, this famous site of the Indus Valley Civilization, offers a mesmerizing view in the monsoon. Surrounded by the Shivalik ranges and the Bhakra Nangal Dam, Rupnagar
will be a fascinating journey for those who enjoy the simplicity of nature. Once here, you can visit local sightseeing places like the Anandpur Sahib Gurudwara, Virasat-e-Khalsa, Bahadarpur or Ranjitpura Bas.
Kangojodi, Himachal Pradesh
Situated at a distance of 275 km from Delhi, Kangojodi offers excellent opportunities like camping, trekking, flying fox and rope balancing through the thick pine and deodar forest surrounded by pristine and enchanting waterfalls amidst the heavy downpour.
This beautiful hill station located in the Pauri district of Uttarakhand is situated at a distance of 282 km from Delhi. Some of the places of attraction in Lansdowne are the pristine Bhulla Lake which is a great picnic spot, Jungle safari on the
foothills on the Himalayas, trekking at Bhim Pakora, Tip N Top Hilltop view etc. This picturesque hill station offers the spectacular view of the Himalayas during the monsoon and one of the best places to visit during the rains.
Pragpur, Himachal Pradesh
This less visited village, situated at a distance of 295 km from Delhi, is a perfect place to explore during the rains if you love the rustic and rural environment. Comprising of cobbled streets and many architecturally sound mansions built in the
Rajput, Portuguese, Kangra and Colonial era, Pragpur will not fail to fascinate its visitors. Interesting places of this place is the 300- year old Judge’s Court of Vijai and Rani Lal which is now transformed into a luxurious resort.
Located in the Kumaon district of Uttarakhand.
Dhanachuli is a less frequented village which is situated at a distance of 325 km from Delhi. This serene village is a perfect blend of beauty and tranquility of nature where you can enjoy the view of the setting sun amidst heavy downpour or
make a visit to the old Dhanachuli village and witness fascinating designs and sculptures on quaint houses.
Situated at a distance of 329 km from Delhi
Karauli is a historical place of interest with numerous architecturally sound havelis and temples and well-decorated shrines and chhatris. The place is also famous for the infinite number of temples present here. Tourists will have a lovely time if
they visit this place in monsoon and can visit important places of attraction like Karauli City Palace, Kaila Devi Temple, Shri Mahavirji Jain Temple, Madan Mohanji Temple etc.
Apart from the above-mentioned ones, there are plethora of other weekend getaways near Delhi in monsoon. But the above list will be informative for those who want
to explore some offbeat locations.