Best Places to Visit in July in India

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Best Places To Visit in July in India For The Perfect Monsoon Getaway

With the monsoon picking up pace, most people plan to curl up in their bed with a good book and a hot steaming cup of coffee; cringing at the mere thought of traveling in the rains. But for most wand (Read More)erlust bitten travellers like us, here are some of the best places to visit in July and check off your travel list. What's more, most places in India have incredibly slashed prices in monsoons!

Here is the list of 35 Best Places to Visit in July in India

1. Lakshadweep

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Known For : Minicoy Island Agatti Islands Kalpeni Island

Lakshadweep, a tropical archipelago off India's southwestern coast, showcases a blend of cerulean waters and vibrant marine life in July, despite the sporadic monsoon showers. The lagoons become a snorkeler's paradise, with the clear waters revealing a mesmerizing underwater world of colorful corals and exotic fish. While the beaches, especially those of Agatti and Bangaram, remain idyllic for leisurely strolls and witnessing dramatic monsoon skies, the local cuisine, with its fresh seafood delights, becomes an indulgent treat for the senses amidst the rain-kissed ambiance.

Best Time: September to May

18 Lakshadweep Attractions

2. Gangtok, Sikkim

Gangtok, Sikkim
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Known For : Nathula Pass MG Road, Gangtok Tsomgo Lake

Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim, is enveloped in monsoon mists in July, offering a dreamy panorama of the Eastern Himalayas. The serene Enchey Monastery becomes a place of reflection, its vibrant prayer flags fluttering against the backdrop of rain-soaked forests and mountains. While the Teesta River gushes with renewed force, the bustling MG Road market remains vibrant, inviting travelers to savor local Sikkimese delicacies and shop for traditional handicrafts amidst the cool embrace of the monsoon.

Best Time: Throughout the year

34 Gangtok Attractions

3. Gulmarg, Jammu & Kashmir

Gulmarg, Jammu & Kashmir
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Known For : Gulmarg Gondola Kongdori Phase 1 Apharwat Peak

Gulmarg, a gem in Jammu and Kashmir's crown, unveils lush green meadows dotted with colorful wildflowers in July. The famous Gondola ride, one of the highest in the world, offers breathtaking views of the verdant landscapes below and the snow-capped peaks in the distance. While the golf course, one of the largest in India, beckons enthusiasts with its pristine setting, trekkers often take to the meandering trails, finding solace amidst the alpine beauty and the gentle hum of the monsoon breeze.

Best Time: October to June

30 Gulmarg Attractions

4. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
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Known For : Sela Pass Tawang Monastery Madhuri Lake

Tawang, perched high in the Himalayan state of Arunachal Pradesh, presents a mesmerizing fusion of cascading waterfalls and mist-laden mountains in July. The revered Tawang Monastery, one of the largest in India, offers not only spiritual solace but also a panoramic view of the town, especially enchanting as the monsoon clouds dance around the peaks. While Sela Pass might be challenging due to the rains, the vibrant prayer flags fluttering against the backdrop of rain-fed landscapes encapsulate the ethereal beauty and spirituality of Tawang during this month.

Best Time: March - June; September - October

12 Tawang Attractions

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5. West Sikkim, Sikkim

West Sikkim, Sikkim
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Known For : Pelling Pemayangtse Monastery Yuksom

West Sikkim, bathed in the monsoon rains of July, unveils a landscape filled with cascading waterfalls and mist-enveloped mountains. The Pemayangtse Monastery, one of the oldest in the state, offers a serene space for reflection, its tranquility enhanced by the sound of raindrops on ancient roofs. Meanwhile, trekkers often venture to the quieter trails, where vibrant rhododendrons and the melodies of hidden birdsong become their companions, painting a vivid picture of monsoon in the Himalayas.

Best Time: April to June, October to December

27 West Sikkim Attractions

6. Shillong, Meghalaya

Shillong, Meghalaya
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Known For : Umiam Lake Elephant Falls Laitlum Canyons

Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, exudes a unique charm in July with its cloud-kissed hills and drizzling rains that lend the city a fresh, ethereal aura. Wards Lake, cradled amidst manicured gardens, provides a serene setting for boat rides, while the rain-soaked pathways leading to Shillong Peak offer panoramic vistas of the surrounding valleys, blanketed in mist. The bustling Police Bazar, even during the monsoon showers of July, remains a lively spot, inviting visitors to shop for local handicrafts and relish authentic northeastern delicacies.

Best Time: September to May

33 Shillong Attractions

7. Amarnath, Jammu & Kashmir

Amarnath, Jammu & Kashmir
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Known For : Amarnath Cave Amarnath Yatra Baltal

Amarnath, a sacred pilgrimage site in Jammu and Kashmir, witnesses thousands of devotees in July, embarking on the revered Amarnath Yatra to behold the natural ice Shivling inside the cave. The challenging trek, leading through picturesque landscapes and rugged terrains, offers spiritual fulfillment and unparalleled scenic beauty. Amidst the snow-capped peaks and serene ambiance, pilgrims also find solace at the nearby Panchtarni, a convergence of five rivers, adding to the spiritual aura of their journey.

Best Time: May - July

4 Amarnath Attractions

8. Darjeeling, West Bengal

Darjeeling, West Bengal
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Known For : Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Tiger Hill Batasia Loop

Darjeeling, perched in the foothills of the Himalayas, exudes a magical aura in July as the monsoon mists weave through its tea gardens and colonial-era buildings. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage site, offers enchanting rides through the cloud-clad landscapes, with the rhythmic chug of the toy train harmonizing with the gentle patter of rain. Amidst this monsoon splendor, visitors often find solace at the Peace Pagoda or indulge their senses in the fragrant tea estates, sipping on freshly brewed Darjeeling tea while soaking in the panoramic views.

Best Time: February to March, September to December

31 Darjeeling Attractions

9. Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
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Known For : Key Monastery Chandratal Lake Kunzum Pass

Amidst the blooming flora of Spiti Valley, trekkers find July ideal for embarking on trails such as Pin Parvati and Hampta Pass. The ancient monasteries of Tabo and Dhankar radiate a unique charm during this month, enticing history buffs and spiritual seekers alike. As one drives through the spellbinding Kunzum Pass or delves into the local life of Kaza, the region's beauty and culture in July present an unmatched experience.

Best Time: Mid May to Mid Oct

37 Spiti Attractions

10. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

Cherrapunji, Meghalaya
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Known For : Double Decker Living Root Bridge Dawki Nohkalikai Waterfalls

Cherrapunji, once recognized as the wettest place on Earth, witnesses its peak monsoon splendor in July, making the landscapes dramatically vibrant and alive. The already magnificent Nohkalikai Falls cascades with even greater vigor, creating a breathtaking spectacle for nature enthusiasts, while the living root bridges, crafted ingeniously by the Khasi tribe, glisten amidst the dense foliage and raindrops. Amidst the torrential downpour of July, the mystical Mawsmai Caves, with their intricate limestone formations, beckon explorers to delve into the heart of Meghalaya's natural wonders.

Best Time: October to February

21 Cherrapunji Attractions

11. Udaipur, Rajasthan

Udaipur, Rajasthan
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Known For : City Palace, Udaipur Lake Pichola Sajjangarh Palace

Udaipur, often dubbed the 'City of Lakes,' takes on a fresh allure in July as the monsoon showers breathe life into its shimmering waters and historic architecture. Boating on the placid Lake Pichola offers a unique perspective of the city's skyline, with the majestic City Palace reflecting its grandeur. As the rain accentuates the beauty of Saheliyon-ki-Bari and other gardens, visitors often indulge in Rajasthani delicacies at lakeside cafes, soaking in the city's romantic ambiance intensified by the monsoon.

Best Time: October to March

43 Udaipur Attractions

12. Kerala


Kerala, with its labyrinth of backwaters and lush landscapes, transforms into a monsoon paradise during July, offering travelers a serene retreat. Drifting on houseboats in Alleppey gives one the chance to witness the rain-kissed paddy fields and traditional villages, while the mist-laden hills of Munnar invite tea enthusiasts to explore the verdant plantations. The monsoon season also marks the onset of rejuvenating Ayurvedic treatments in the region, making it a perfect time for wellness seekers to immerse themselves in traditional therapies.

13. Leh Ladakh

Leh Ladakh
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Known For : Pangong Lake Khardung La Magnetic Hill

As the snow melts away, Leh Ladakh unveils its mesmerizing landscapes in July, making it a prime time for trekking enthusiasts to explore routes like Markha Valley and Stok Kangri. The serene waters of Pangong Lake and Tso Moriri shimmer under the summer sun, beckoning travelers to revel in their majesty. Meanwhile, vibrant monastic festivals, particularly the Hemis Festival, offer a deep dive into the region's rich cultural tapestry during this month.

Best Time: April - Mid-July

70 Ladakh Attractions

14. Jaipur, Rajasthan

Jaipur, Rajasthan
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Known For : Amer Fort Jantar Mantar Jaipur Hawa Mahal

Jaipur, the Pink City of Rajasthan, takes on a different hue in July, as the sporadic monsoon showers bring relief to its usually arid landscapes. The majestic Amer Fort, with its rain-washed walls, becomes even more photogenic, providing visitors an opportunity to explore its grandeur against a backdrop of dark monsoon clouds. Venturing through the bustling bazaars of the city, travelers can indulge in traditional Rajasthani cuisine, shop for vibrant handicrafts, and experience the monsoon-enhanced beauty of the city's historic landmarks like Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar.
Things to do: Art & Cultural Exploration, Sightseeing, Hot Air Balloon Ride, Shopping, Elephant Ride and more.

Best Time: November to March

67 Jaipur Attractions

15. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu
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Known For : Green Valley View (Suicide Point) Kodaikanal Lake Bear Shola Falls

Kodaikanal's landscapes burst into intensified greenery during July, with spots like Coaker's Walk and Dolphin's Nose offering breathtaking views. The monsoon showers invigorate waterfalls such as Silver Cascade Falls and Bear Shola Falls, turning them into splendid spectacles. Amid the mist that often envelops the Pillar Rocks, visitors find a magical setting for serene walks and reflection during this month.

Best Time: September to May

35 Kodaikanal Attractions

16. Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg, Karnataka
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Known For : Abbey Falls Mandalpatti Raja's Seat

Coorg, often referred to as the 'Scotland of India', is draped in a fresh shade of emerald during July, enticing trekkers to traverse its rolling hills and dense forests. The Abbey and Iruppu waterfalls roar with vigor, offering mesmerizing backdrops for photography and tranquil moments. While the aroma of blooming coffee plantations fills the air, visitors can indulge in local Kodava cuisine, making July a delightful time to experience Coorg's gastronomic delights.

Best Time: October to March

37 Coorg Attractions

17. Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand
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Known For : Valley of Flowers National Park Nanda Devi National Park Fauna & Flora

The Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand, during July, transforms into a vibrant carpet of blossoming flora, drawing nature enthusiasts and photographers to capture its myriad hues. As trekkers navigate the trails, they are greeted with a rare spectacle of diverse alpine flowers, glistening streams, and possibly a glimpse of the endangered Himalayan blue sheep. The harmonious blend of nature's colors and fragrances in this UNESCO World Heritage site makes July a perfect month for exploration and rejuvenation.

Best Time: May to October

3 Valley Of Flowers Attractions

18. Lonavala, Maharashtra

Lonavala, Maharashtra
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Known For : Tiger's Leap Rajmachi Fort Imagicaa

Lonavala, nestled amidst the Sahyadri mountain range, becomes a haven of misty landscapes and gushing waterfalls during July. Visitors often find solace by the serene Pawna Lake or trek to the top of Tiger’s Point to capture panoramic views of the monsoon-draped valleys. The rhythmic cascades of Bhushi Dam and the history-rich Karla Caves offer diverse experiences, ensuring that every moment in July is infused with nature's magic and regional heritage.

Best Time: Throughout the year

41 Lonavala Attractions

19. Jog Falls, Karnataka

Jog Falls, Karnataka
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Jog Falls in Karnataka, cascading with renewed vigor in July, becomes one of the most spectacular sights for nature enthusiasts. Visitors marvel at the sheer power and beauty of the falls, which splits into four distinct cascades, namely Raja, Rani, Roarer, and Rocket. With the surrounding landscape lush and vibrant, many also embark on short treks nearby, capturing panoramic views and relishing the monsoon's embrace at one of India's tallest waterfalls.

Best Time: July to December

9 Jog Falls Attractions

20. Mount Abu, Rajasthan

Mount Abu, Rajasthan
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Known For : Nakki Lake Guru Shikhar Toad Rock

Mount Abu, Rajasthan's only hill station, is enveloped in a cool ambiance during July, offering a refreshing contrast to the state's typical arid climate. Visitors find solace by the Nakki Lake, where the surrounding hills mirrored on the water's surface create a picturesque setting, and a boat ride becomes an ethereal experience amidst the monsoon mists. The ancient Dilwara Temples, carved intricately from white marble, not only provide spiritual respite but also gleam differently as the monsoon raindrops cascade down their historic façades.

Best Time: October to March

21 Mount Abu Attractions

21. Orchha, Madhya Pradesh

Orchha, Madhya Pradesh
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Known For : Jehangir Mahal, Orchha Fort Ram Raja Temple Raja Mahal, Orchha Fort

Orchha, a historical gem in Madhya Pradesh, is bathed in the soft glow of the monsoon rains during July, accentuating the grandeur of its centuries-old palaces and temples. The Betwa River, flowing beside the town, swells with monsoon waters, offering a scenic backdrop to the imposing Orchha Fort and Jahangir Mahal, where architectural marvels tell tales of bygone eras. Amidst the rain-soaked ambiance, visitors also find the Ram Raja Temple and Chaturbhuj Temple alive with devotional fervor, with the sound of temple bells harmoniously blending with the rhythm of the falling rain.

Best Time: July to March

16 Orchha Attractions

22. Malshej Ghat, Maharashtra

Malshej Ghat, Maharashtra
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Known For : Malshej Falls Pimpalgaon Joga Dam Harishchandragad

Malshej Ghat, nestled in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, comes alive with countless waterfalls and a verdant landscape in July. This picturesque mountain pass becomes a haven for nature lovers, as the dense mist offers dramatic views of the valley below and provides opportunities to spot endemic flora and fauna, including the vibrant flamingos that frequent its serene lakes. The rhythmic pitter-patter of the monsoon on the lush foliage, combined with the sight of cascading waters, makes Malshej Ghat an idyllic retreat during this month.

Best Time: July to March

4 Malshej Ghat Attractions

23. Panchgani, Maharashtra

Panchgani, Maharashtra
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Known For : Kaas Plateau Table Land Mahabaleshwar

Panchgani, a picturesque hill station in Maharashtra, unveils a carpet of lush greenery and misty landscapes in July, offering visitors a refreshing escape. The Table Land, one of the highest volcanic plateaus in Asia, becomes a vantage point for panoramic views of the valley, adorned with rain-fed rivers and waterfalls. As the monsoon engulfs the town, a stroll through strawberry farms or a visit to the historic Rajpuri Caves enveloped in fog adds a touch of magic to the Panchgani experience.

Best Time: September to May

13 Panchgani Attractions

24. Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra

Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra
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Known For : Elephant's Head Point Chinaman's Falls Dhobi Waterfall

Mahabaleshwar, ensconced in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, adorns itself in a verdant cloak during July, with its valleys echoing the symphony of countless waterfalls. The panoramic viewpoints, such as Arthur's Seat and Elephant's Head Point, offer mesmerizing sights of the mist-clad valleys below, creating a dreamlike ambiance. As visitors meander through the town's rain-soaked streets, they often find solace by the serene Venna Lake, where boat rides take on a mystical quality amidst the monsoon's embrace.

Best Time: October to June

31 Mahabaleshwar Attractions

25. Agumbe, Shimoga

Agumbe, Shimoga
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Agumbe, nestled in Shimoga district of Karnataka, is often referred to as the 'Cherrapunji of the South' and in July, it truly justifies this moniker with its lush landscapes and incessant rains. The Barkana Falls, one of the tallest in India, cascades with renewed vigor, offering a stunning spectacle against the backdrop of the Western Ghats. Amid the monsoon magic, the ancient Gopala Krishna Temple and the renowned Agumbe Rainforest Research Station, a hub for King Cobra research, invite visitors to delve deeper into the region's rich cultural and natural heritage.

26. Khandala, Maharashtra

Khandala, Maharashtra
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Known For : Rajmachi Fort Visapur Fort Bedsa caves

Khandala, a scenic hill station in Maharashtra, transforms into a monsoon wonderland in July, with its rolling hills draped in vibrant greenery and punctuated by misty clouds. The famous Duke's Nose viewpoint becomes a favored spot for trekkers, offering breathtaking panoramas of the rain-soaked landscape, while the Bhushi Dam swells with gushing waters, creating serene spots for picnickers. Amidst the refreshing showers, exploring ancient rock-cut caves like Karla and Bhaja provides a blend of nature and history, making Khandala an enchanting retreat during this month.

Best Time: Throughout the year

22 Khandala Attractions

27. Kudremukh, Karnataka

Kudremukh, Karnataka
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Known For : Kudremukh Trek Kudremukh National Park Hanuman Gundi Falls

Kudremukh, a verdant paradise located in Karnataka, unveils a myriad of hues as the monsoons of July drench its vast expanse of grasslands and dense forests. Trekkers find themselves drawn to the trails that meander through the misty hills, leading to the Kudremukh Peak, offering unparalleled vistas of the Western Ghats adorned in their monsoon glory. Beyond trekking, the serene Kadambi Waterfalls gushes with renewed force, inviting nature enthusiasts to bask in its beauty and the lush surroundings that the rains embellish.

Best Time: October to May

10 Kudremukh Attractions

28. Kaas Plateau, Panchgani

Kaas Plateau, Panchgani
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Kaas Plateau, Maharashtra's very own 'Valley of Flowers,' starts to showcase its botanical spectacle in July, with a plethora of endemic flora beginning to bloom. Nature enthusiasts and photographers flock to this UNESCO World Heritage site to capture the stunning landscapes painted with vibrant colors, from orchids to carnivorous plants. While meandering through the plateau, visitors often extend their journey to the nearby Kaas Lake, where the shimmering waters reflect the drama of the monsoon-laden skies.

29. Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh

Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh
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Known For : Dalai Lama Temple St. John in the Wilderness Church Dharamshala Cricket Stadium

Dharamshala, perched on the slopes of Himachal Pradesh, wears a cloak of mist and vibrant greenery in July, offering a refreshing escape from the summer heat. The Tibetan heartland resonates with spiritual energy, as travelers visit the Tsuglagkhang Complex, the residence of the Dalai Lama, seeking tranquility amidst the monsoon showers. The nearby Bhagsu Falls becomes a roaring spectacle during this month, while the winding streets of McLeod Ganj invite visitors to savor Tibetan delicacies and discover local crafts.

Best Time: October to June

38 Dharamsala Attractions

30. Nainital, Uttarakhand

Nainital, Uttarakhand
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Known For : Naini Lake Snow View Point Mall Road Nainital

Nainital, cradled by the Kumaon hills of Uttarakhand, reflects the beauty of the monsoon skies on its pristine lake in July. Boating on Naini Lake becomes a serene experience, with the surrounding hills and colonial-era buildings mirrored on the rain-kissed waters. As the town's pathways become vibrant with the scent of petrichor, visitors often trek up to Naina Peak or Tiffin Top, capturing panoramic vistas of the misty valleys and indulging in the tranquility of the monsoon season.

Best Time: Throughout the year

33 Nainital Attractions

31. Goa

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Known For : Calangute Beach Fort Aguada Cruise in Goa

Goa, India's beach paradise, takes on a raw, untamed beauty in July as the monsoon showers breathe life into its verdant countryside and cascading waterfalls. While the beaches may be less crowded, the Dudhsagar Falls roars majestically, making it a must-visit for nature lovers and adventure seekers. The rain-drenched streets of old Goa, with their Portuguese-inspired architecture, invite explorers to step back in time, while the tantalizing aroma of traditional Goan curries wafts through the air, promising a culinary delight in every corner.

Best Time: October to March

197 Goa Attractions

32. Ooty, Tamil Nadu

Ooty, Tamil Nadu
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Known For : Nilgiri Mountain Railway Ooty Lake Emerald Lake, Ooty

Ooty, fondly referred to as the 'Queen of Hill Stations', is enveloped in a misty embrace in July, with its tea gardens and eucalyptus trees glistening under the monsoon showers. The iconic Nilgiri Mountain Railway chugs through the rain-soaked landscapes, offering passengers picturesque views of the rolling hills and deep valleys. While the Ooty Lake provides a serene setting for boating amidst the fog, the vibrant Botanical Gardens come alive with a burst of flora, making every stroll a journey through nature's bounty.

Best Time: Throughout the year

43 Ooty Attractions

33. Diu, Daman and Diu

Diu, Daman and Diu
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Known For : Naida Caves Nagoa Beach Gangeshwar Mahadev Temple

Diu, a coastal town with a blend of Portuguese heritage and serene beaches, reveals a different charm in July as the Arabian Sea becomes a canvas of moody blues and grays. The ancient Diu Fort stands majestically against the backdrop of monsoon skies, inviting history enthusiasts to explore its bastions and soak in panoramic sea views. While the Naida Caves turn into a natural spectacle with unique rock formations, the town's tranquil beaches, especially Nagoa Beach, provide a peaceful respite for those looking to enjoy the monsoon's rhythm by the sea.

Best Time: July to March

21 Diu Attractions

34. Majuli, Assam

Majuli, Assam
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Known For : Kamalabari Satra Dakhinpat Satra Garmur

Majuli, the world's largest river island nestled in the Brahmaputra River of Assam, immerses itself in the monsoon's embrace in July, amplifying its natural beauty. The swollen waters of the Brahmaputra transform the landscape, making boat rides a surreal experience, with fleeting glimpses of local fishermen and traditional stilt houses. As the rain nurtures the island's verdant fields, visitors are drawn to its Satras (monastic centers), where the echoes of traditional Sattriya dance and devotional songs harmonize with the gentle rhythm of the monsoon.

Best Time: October - April

5 Majuli Attractions

35. Pahalgam, Jammu & Kashmir

Pahalgam, Jammu & Kashmir
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Known For : Aru Valley Chandanwari Baisaran

Pahalgam, a serene town in Jammu, transforms into a verdant paradise in July, with the Lidder River glistening under the monsoon sun and meadows coming alive with blooming flowers. Trekkers find this month enticing to embark on the Amarnath Yatra, a spiritual journey through picturesque landscapes leading to the sacred Amarnath Cave. Meanwhile, the Betaab Valley, named after a Bollywood movie, offers captivating views of lush valleys and snow-capped peaks, making it a favorite for both nature lovers and photographers.

Best Time: Throughout the year

21 Pahalgam Attractions

Which towns do you think are the best places to visit in India in July? Let us know in the comments below!

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