6 Places You Can Plan A Vacation In India In April
By: Kratika Thu, 02 Mar 2023 5:26:35
India, popular for its religion, tradition, history, festival and of course it’s ever changing seasons. Now that we are bidding adieu to the month of March and with the onset of the spring season this is the perfect time to go out in the sun, explore some places and gather some memories before full-fledged summer months sets in. April is the time when you will be able to not only get soaked in the sun but you will also be treated with the colorful springing of the flowers and lush greenery which will be in full bloom during this peak spring month.
April is probably the most appropriate time for you to explore the colours and vibrancy of India since you will be able to explore more areas. Here are a few places where you can go in April:
# Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh
This summer retreat that was established by the British as a way to get away from the scorching heat of the Indian plains, Dalhousie is the best way of experiencing the rejuvenating weather. There are several tourist sightseeing options in Dalhousie and you will definitely not get bored here. Surrounded by an incredible range of natural beauty and set against the backdrop of the snow clad mountain peaks Dalhousie still reflects its past of British influence.
# Cherrapunji, Meghalaya
A mystifying sense of elation and peace is experienced when someone mentions this famous wettest Place on Earth. Unparalleled and otherworldly scenic beauty can be experienced at a distance of just 60 kms from Shillong. The entire region is surrounded by the old and majestic Khasi hills and Zig sagging valleys as far as the eyes can go. The entire region is dotted with numerous cascading waterfalls and holds some of the most vibrant natural secrets. April is the best month to go on a rainfall chasing expedition across Cherrapunji where you will be treated with a blissful environment.
# Coorg, Karnataka
During your visit to Coorg you will not only be mesmerized with the overwhelming natural beauty but you will also be surprised by the amount of pure coffee plantations here. Surrounded by a thick covering of verdant green forest hills and an eminent vibe of deep peace this affluent Karnataka hill station is an extremely popular destination among nature lovers. With every step you take in Coorg you will be experiencing intoxicating beauty that surrounds this quaint hill station which was once a prominent British province. There are deep gorges and valleys making their way through the town and also ranks among one of the most sought after places to visit in south India in April.
# Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh
An ideal destination for people looking to get a taste of adventure on the hills with onset of the colorful spring month in May, Dharamshala is one of the best options for a budget travel. This tiny, verdant green and peaceful hamlet is not only a much loved destination among Indians but also for international peace lovers as well. Adding to the beauty of this vibrant hill town are the magnificent views of the surrounding snow clad Dhauladhar range. The spirituality here is ever present and cannot be ignored since it is also the seat of his holiness Dalai Lama. Peppered with colorful prayer flags and enchanting views every curve of the way Dharamshala is the place to be.
# Gangtok, Sikkim
Experience this slice of heaven on the lower lap of the Himalayas, the pristine hill destination is known for its impeccable glimmering collection of waterfalls, winding roads among the thick green forest cover and a level of peace that can only be experienced here in Gangtok. You will be able to take a deeper look into the unique culture, traditions and beliefs which binds this community together. With wide open clear blue skies and with the cool breeze flowing through the town this place will be refreshing change from your regular life.
# Manali, Himachal Pradesh
Known for its scenic beauty and unmatched natural beauty, Manali is quickly becoming a hub for the quickly evolving hippie culture. Surrounded by impressive snow clad mountain peaks and covered in deep green forest cover, a visit to Manali is a must if you want to visit a place where tourists and travellers are welcomed by the locals with a big smile. Be it summer, monsoon or winter, Manali remains flocked by people looking to get a hint of adventure in their life since this place is also known for its trekking, hiking and camping activities. What a great place to kick back, relax and enjoy the looming mountain.