Agra is a historical destination that served as one of the last bastions of the Mughal Empire. There are a variety of monuments such as the Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan Park, Moti Masjid and many other attractions. The city is best visited between the months of July and September when the temperature drops rapidly and dark rain-bearing clouds assemble across the sky. The city receives between 200-250 mm of rainfall during these three months. The month of August is when the frequency of rain and winds pick up and it is often the wettest month.
Jaipur is an eclectic city that is the perfect blend of old school architecture and modern beauty. Despite being positioned close to the Thar Desert, Jaipur receives a fair amount of rainfall every year. The rain serves as the perfect backdrop when exploring the many palaces and royal architectures. You could also sit back and enjoy the rain with your favourite drink in hand during your stay in the “Pink City”.
Goa is a popular tourist destination that is famous for its many beaches. Guests also visit the state for its relatively cheaper alcohol prices, and its delicious seafood. Goa is visited by touring masses during the course of the year. But for nature lovers, the best time to visit would be during the months of June and August, when the monsoon season is in full swing. Witness Dudhsagar - perhaps Goa’s most famous waterfall, in full glory during these months. The vast fields that dot Goa’s rural also turn lush green during the monsoons. You could also enjoy some solitude with your favourite drink in hand, accompanied by a few snacks, while the sights and sounds of the rain add to the overall experience.
Thekkady is an idyllic getaway that serves as the place to unplug and relax from the throes of everyday life. It is located in close proximity to the Western Ghats and receives heavy rainfall during the monsoon season. Enjoy a vivid setting that includes overcast skies, continual rainfall and the heady scent emanating from the nearby tea plantations during your Staycation in Thekkady.
Poovar Island is a quaint fishing hamlet that has its own appeal among the many picturesque places in Kerala. The best time to visit this island is between the months of June and September. There is an abundance of rainfall during this time, which adds to the overall beauty of the place.