What’s in store for you this August?

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It is that time of the year when the winds whisk by your skin making your hair sway in the air, when the smell of wet soil is all you need to cheer up, when a cup of coffee sitting by the window side while it rains is bliss, when the thunder and the pitter patter of raindrops gives you a high like never before and in that moment, you decide it’s time to travel. To get into your denims and sneakers with your backpack and head to the land unknown.

Dimapur, Nagaland


Far away from the busy city life lies a beautiful habitat embellished with mind blowing landscapes, Dimapur is the gateway to the unexplored state of Nagaland. Rated as one of the most developed cities of the state, Dimapur will take you to a blissful journey through Kachari Ruins from the 13th century, Rangapahar Reserve Forest, Green Park, Intaki Wildlife Sanctuary.

Mandu, Madhya Pradesh

Mandu  jahaz mahal

Mandavgad or Mandu is a small ruined city located in the Marwar region of Hindustaan ka dil – Madhya Pradesh. An absolute charm for history lovers and photography buffs, this place boasts of numerous palaces such as Hindola Mahal and Jahaz Mahal alongwith Jain temples and mosques. This is the place to be this August.




How great would it be to enjoy French delicacies as the Rain Gods get a little kind on you. Take a stroll In the postcard perfect city with its colonial homes back from the days of French, stone streets, flea markets and a lane full of cafes and bars. Watch the waters go wild while it rains, it’s heavenly! Make the trip wilder by taking a road trip from Chennai to Pondicherry.

Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh

spiti valley

This little Tibet in uphills is yet to be explored by the tourist junta which makes it all the more irresistible. Coming here during this time makes it an adventure itself and boy, when you witness the beauty of this place, you are sure to be left tongue tied. That’s the aura of the place! And that is why it should not be missed.

Pushkar, Rajasthan

pushkar lake

Pushkar – the place with the blue hills offers an enlightening holiday during the monsoons. The monsoon is a relaxing time for the otherwise scorching hot Rajasthan and it is this time when you should be enjoying an early morning camel ride, a walk through the local market learning, indulge in camping and shopping handicrafts or simply watch the beauty of nature. This experience is going to be with for a lifetime!


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