India is a vast country, and home to some of the most beautiful and mesmerizing places. Many travelers come for leisure, but if you’re looking for ways to improve your career prospects in the future or simply want to find new perspectives on how your company operates then visiting India could be for you. It can be a bit difficult finding the best places in India in July, especially when there’s so much year-round attractions going on, but we’ve done all that work for you.
Top 10 Places To Visit in India in July
Kodaikanal is a picturesque hill-station situated in the Palani Hills of the Western Ghats, in Kodaikanal Taluk, Dindigul District of Tamil Nadu. It lies on the southern side of the Palghat gap (also known as Palghat pass), at an elevation of 853 m above sea level, and is about 154 km from Coimbatore and 260 km from Chennai.
Flower Valley, Rishikesh
Flower Valley is a beautiful tourist spot in Rishikesh. It has been named so for its amazing floral display, with over 300 species of flowers and plants. The valley is surrounded by the fabulous mountains and the River Ganges.
Auli is a small village in Chamoli district which lies in Northern India’s Himalayan range and just to the east of Badrinath, known as a temple town. All resort as well as a popular winter ski destination for locals and also for tourists. It include attraction the natural scenery, snow-capped peaks, adventure sports, a unique culture and the people of the small town. The village offers trekking to Pindari Glacier and other Himalayan destinations like Nanda Devi, Trisul and many more.
Goa is a coastal state situated in Western India. It is popular for its beaches, nightlife, cuisine and off-beat culture. Goa’s main attractions vary from beach resorts to old forts and churches. Goa’s beaches are sandy and clean, the water clear and shallow which attracts a lot of sea enthusiasts.
Kheerganga is a small village in the Himalayan range. Located in the Pauri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand, Kheerganga has been declared a protected area of National importance. The most striking feature of this village is its hot springs which are located at an altitude of 2,590 m above sea level.
Munnar is a mountain region in the Western Ghats on India’s southernmost tip. The town and its surrounding tea estates are often referred to as the ‘Tea Capital of India’.
Coorg is a region in Karnataka’s south-eastern corner, and a popular hill resort among the Kerala Malayalis. The place is famous for coffee, cashew and cardamom.
Mussoorie is a hill station situated in the Garhwal Himalayas, in the state of Uttarakhand, India. It is known as the Queen of Hills and features spectacular tea gardens and an especially fine array of mountain peaks.
Srinagar is a city in Kashmir that serves as the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir, located at an altitude of 1,500 metres (4,900 ft). It lies in Kashmir Valley on the banks of the Jhelum River, a tributary of the Indus, on the northern side of the Pir Panjal range which forms the southern watershed of Kashmir.
Daman & Diu
Daman & Diu (literally ‘Sea & Island’) is a small union territory off India’s west coast in Western India and Southern Gujarat with an area of approximately 115 kilometres by 80 kilometres. It is also known as Daman and Diu (after its major cities).
Mahabaleshwar is a hill station in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra state in India. It is located between the Sahyadri mountain ranges (Western Ghats) and the Konkan coast. This small pretty town full of green surroundings is one of the most popular hill stations near Mumbai, Pune and Goa. Landscape is almost heavenly with towns scattered around it, which are connected by narrow roads or railway line.
India is a vast country with numerous places to visit. We have just mentioned some of the best places in India in July, though it can be difficult to choose one destination to travel to when there’s so much on offer. Choosing the right place will depend on what you’re looking for and your budget as well.