Offbeat Places to Visit during Golden Triangle Tour in Monsoon

Posted by fourwheeldriveindia
June 29, 2017

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With the arrival of rains in India, most of you are planning for the holiday in this Monsoon season. Golden Triangle Tour circuit is famous tourist circuit in India which includes 3 beautiful cities – Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. All the 3 cities form a triangle on the geometrical map, so it is called Golden Triangle. We have you a list of some known places to visit in these cities during the monsoon. Book a tour with Golden Triangle Tour Packages India to explore the incredible India in this rainy season.

 

Monsoon Destinations near Delhi

Okhla Bird Sanctuary: The beauty of this sanctuary has a different level during the rainy season. It is located on the ‘Okhla’ barrage over the Yamuna River. So, it is definitely the best place to visit in monsoon.

Okhla Bird Sanctuary
Okhla Bird Sanctuary

Manesar: It is 43 Km away from the Delhi. It is situated in ‘Gurgaon’ district of Haryana. It is now fastest growing industrial town. With the greenery landscapes and serene lakes around the city attracts the tourists all over the India in Monsoon.

Manesar, Gurgaon
Manesar, Gurgaon

 

Monsoon Destinations near Agra

Taj Mahal: It is one of the fascinating places to visit during the rainy season. If you want to avoid the crowd during the winter & summers season then rainy is the best season to see the beauty of Taj Mahal. The skies with full of water and cool wind enchain the visitors.

Taj Mahal, Agra
Taj Mahal, Agra

Corbett National Park: This is the best place to visit during rainy days rather than heat summer. In the rainy season, the entire forest is washed up and looks amazing. The rich flora & fauna with cool environments and beautiful resorts make it the prime place to visit in monsoon.

Corbett National Park
Corbett National Park

 

Monsoon Destinations near Jaipur

Jaisalmer: The vast landscape of deserts takes a different view in the rainy season. The greenery all around attracts the visitors. The rain-washed palaces look even more inviting. The “Great Indian Buster”– an endangered species can be seen there.

Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Phalodi: This place is famous for the salt lake and sand dunes. It is connected to the “Indira Gandhi Canal”. However, in monsoon, the rain-induced greenery between the salt lakes and sand dunes which make it scenery place. A migratory bird ‘Kurja’ (Crane) can also be seen there.

Phalodi, Rajasthan
Phalodi, Rajasthan

 

Spend your holidays with best places of Golden Triangle Tour destinations in the rainy season.

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