Treks In India During Rains

6 Treks in India which are Amazingly Beautiful in Rains!

On Nature’s trail as you move, basking in the beauty of Mother Earth, you explore to the core and rediscover fun. Trekking gives you an experience that acts as a therapeutic treatment to ease physical stress while delighting the vision through soothing environment. To relish life amidst adrenaline rush, escape to these treks with your buddies. It will surely make you fall in love with your life.

  1. Tarsar Marsar, Kashmir

What better place to go trekking than the ‘paradise on earth’! The Tarsar Marsar trek in Kashmir with its meadows, wide open plains, impressive lakes, ground mountain views and a flower-decked valley will take your breath away. Highly recommended! Best time to visit: July to September.

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  1. Paithalmala, Kerala

Situated in the Kannur district of Kerala, Paithalmala shares its border with Karnataka. This hilly terrain attracts nature lovers and trekkers. You will come across many elephants and leeches during your trek. An observatory tower at the hilltop gives a panoramic view of the valley downhill. Early morning is an ideal time to plan a trekking tour to Paithalmala. Best time to visit: June to October.

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     3. Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

Lying on a breath taking meadow of flowers is everyone’s dream. You can experience endless meadows blooming with Alpine flowers in the Valley of flowers. 14 km long trek along Lakshman Ganga River (a picturesque beauty that needs to be captured) ends at Ghangria from where valley of flowers is a 3km climb. So, make sure you visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site. We suggest you plan this one with your spouse for a romantic getaway. Best time to visit: July to September.

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    4.Trekking at Thekkady

Paradise for wildlife lovers: Thekkady in Kerala conjures up images of elephants, wild orchids, and spice scented plantations. It houses India’s largest wildlife reserve spread over lush green plantations and is home to over 265 species of birds, 35 species of mammals, amphibians, reptiles etc. Trekking and bamboo rafting at Thekkady is a unique experience. Best time to visit: May to August.

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5. Hampta Pass, Himachal Pradesh

This trek is apt for those looking to experience beautiful Himalayan adventures. The meadows, glacial valleys and the landscapes will leave you stunned, making it one of the most memorable trips of your life. Enjoy views of the magnificent Chandratal Lake and camp near the Chandra River during this trek. Best time to visit: June to September.

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6. Markha Valley, Ladakh

Ladakh is a destination that excites everyone. The Markha Valley trek is an experience you should indulge in at least once in your lifetime. Learning about the way of life in the region, crossing rivers and streams, and trekking through remote valleys are included in this adventurous extravaganza. The stunning views of Kangyatze Peak and Leh Palace are the main attractions. Best time to visit: June to September.

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Fragrance of flowers, raw power of tiger…these treks can be a saga of delight and ecstasy befitting the modern day’s king and queen. Tell us about your favorite trek that you would enjoy in a rainy season. We would love to read some great rendezvous with your dreamy trek…

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