Published On: Tue, Jun 14th, 2016

5 Summer destinations in India


Preparing a holiday in India is a challenging mission with the country’s absurd variety creates a long array of names. From tropical islands and tea farms to verdant valleys overlooking the great Himalayas, there is no shortage of opportunities when it arrives to preparing the ideal summer exit in India.

Coorg (Kodagu), Karnataka


Extend out crosswise the Western Ghats, the hazy valley of Coorg gives the ideal exit from the sizzling summer heat. Warmly referred to as the ‘Scotland of India’ because of its green splendor and amusing weather states, Coorg has an exceptional spot amid all hill stations in India. An area where you can only sit across and witness the fog roll by.



Rishikesh, Uttarakhand


Chic itself as the ‘Yoga Capital of the World’, Rishikesh is an attraction for pious seekers. Bounded by the fast-flowing Ganga and wooded hills, the location is absolutely favorable for soothing and meditation. Rishikesh is also a well known white-water rafting centre and backpacking hang-out.

Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh


A thrilling combination of religion, history and nature, Tawang is included in the slightest located towns in Arunachal Pradesh. Spotted with Buddhist monasteries and mystical gompas on one edge and a war monument on another, the valley starts to work its delightful on visitors the moment they begin sliding the hills.


Ooty, Tamil Nadu


Recognized as a draw back from the sizzling heat of the summer by the British, Ooty is a witnessed enjoyment packed with attractive cottages, fenced flower gardens, and thatched-roof cathedrals and verandas botanical gardens. Project some kilometers out and locate yourself bounded by greener, quieter places spotted with a profusion of pine trees.

Darjeeling, West Bengal


Enclosed by bright green tea farms and set in opposition to a backdrop of jagged white Himalayan peaks, Darjeeling is snuggled away in the northern areas of West Bengal. A voyage on the ‘Toy train,’ which roams up the hills to Darjeeling from New Jalpaiguri in the plains, is a good way to discover and diffuse the superb adjacents of this hill station.

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.

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