Top Monsoon Season Treks To Do In India

Introduction

 

Monsoon is the time of year when the rains come and with that comes a flood of travelers to India. One can easily find hundreds of tour packages and tours at this time, but these are not all about going for a vacation. There are many amazing treks to be done during monsoon season as well as some very interesting cultural experiences you can have in these months. Here is a list of top monsoon season treks to do in India:

 

Brahmatal Trek, Uttarakhand

 

The Brahmatal trek is a beautiful place to visit in the monsoon. It’s an easy trek with a total elevation of 3000 meters and is located at an altitude of about 3,000 meters. The best time to go on this trek is between July and October.

 

The best part about this trail is that it gives you a chance to see some amazing views while hiking through the mountains, so if you’re into photography or just want something different from your usual hikes then this one might interest you!

 

Valley of Flowers Trek, Uttarakhand

 

The valley of flowers trek is one of the most popular treks in India. The valley is located in the state of Uttarakhand, near Mussoorie and Dehradun. It’s a beautiful place to visit especially during monsoon season when you can enjoy watching waterfalls and rivers flowing down from their source at an altitude of around 11,500 feet above sea level (that’s more than 6500 meters!). You will also be able to spot many different flora species such as rhododendrons, azaleas, primulas, etc., which bloom during the summer months.

 

You can choose between two options: one with a full day excursion where you’ll spend around 4 hours walking through this wonderland; or an overnight stay so that your trip becomes longer but more luxurious!

 

Kuari Pass Trek, Uttarakhand

 

The Kuari Pass Trek is one of the most beautiful trekking routes in India. This trek starts from Joshimath, Uttarakhand, and ends at Kuari Pass. The trail is approximately 25km long and takes you through dense forests with lots of small streams and waterfalls on your way to the summit point.

 

The best time to go on this trek is during monsoon season (June-August) when there are fewer tourists around as well as less traffic on roads leading up to Kuari Pass itself!

 

Nar Phu Valley Trek, Nepal

 

Nar Phu Valley is an untouched valley in the Annapurna region of Nepal, and it is a remote valley that is not frequented by many trekkers. It is a great trek to do during monsoon season because you will have plenty of rain and few tourists on this trail. The trail can be done in 10 days from Kathmandu or Pokhara.

 

The valley of flowers trek

 

The valley of flowers trek, also known as the Joshimath trek, is a popular hiking trail in Uttarakhand that takes you through the beautiful valley. It’s considered one of the most scenic treks in India and has been attracting tourists for centuries.

 

It starts from Joshimath (a town on NH 24) and ends at Almora (another town). You can do this hike as an easy 5-day trail or longer if you want to do more challenging sections along with it. It passes through many beautiful places including:

 

The city of Bageshwar has several temples including Someshwar Temple built by Hem Chandra Vikramaditya during his reign between 1498-1501 AD; it houses two idols – one male figure with four arms holding an ax and sword while another female figure sits on his lap holding a lotus flower in her hand; this temple was built during Chola period in 1250 AD but later damaged due to earthquake so now only parts remain intact like doorways etc…

 

An article about some of the most beautiful treks in India and Nepal during the monsoon season

 

The highest peak in India and Nepal is the Mt Everest base camp trek.

 

The biggest waterfall in India is Taal Falls Trek.

 

The world’s longest suspension bridge over the Indus River at Attabad.

 

The most popular trekking destination of Ladakh, the Zanskar valley region (also known as Leh-Ladakh) provides a unique experience of natural beauty with stunning scenery and cultural diversity.

Conclusion

 

We hope you have enjoyed reading about these treks and that they give you great insight into how to spend your holiday in India. These are just some of the many beautiful places in India that make it one of the best countries to travel around, so don’t forget to explore!

 

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