Indian summer is just around the corner. Up to February, the sun rays are soothing but the heat waves enhance as March approaches. Sunscreen lotions, cotton clothes and lots of hydration is a must for tackling the heat. Not to mention the fun ways to enjoy mangoes as well!
The summer season can also be considered as a testing time for Indian people. Especially in the Northern region, the heat will go up to 45 degrees. To help you escape the scorching heat, we have compiled a few places in South India for a backpacking trip.
Elevated picture-perfect mountains, green meadows of valleys, white water springs, blue water lakes and wild forests express the splendid natural beauty of Wayanad. Summer vacations in resorts of Wayanad are best enjoyed due to the pleasant and soothing weather condition. One can experience the serenity of greenery and that’s the reason it is often termed as nature lovers paradise.
Often called as ‘The Scotland of India’, Coorg is loved by travelers for its natural beauty and cool weather. Rich intoxicating aroma of coffee estates, peaceful surroundings, a variety of flora and fauna, wide spice plantations all these complete the enchanting Coorg. This valley provides a fantastic experience of peace and tranquility. Summer is the best season to visit this place since from July monsoon will start and continue till November.
You can spot a few animals across the lake lines during the summer months in Thekkady, making it a favorite spot for animal lovers. In the summer months, the temperature ranges between 36 and 26-degree Celsius. The days tend to be hotter, but the evenings turn cooler, making the weather pleasant.
Breathtakingly beautiful Munnar, have hills and valleys filled with lush green foliage. With the tall trees and aromatic tea plantations covering almost the entire Munnar, weather of this region is pleasant when compared to the heat of other regions in India. Carry a camera in hand for you will have lots of gushing water and hilly estates to capture scenic pictures.
5. Ooty-Tamil Nadu
The most poetic words and beautiful lines can’t do justice to express the scenic beauty of Ooty. It is kind of a toy train journey passing through bridges, eucalyptus studded pathways and emerald green slopes to reach Ooty. The famous Ketti valley is a must see view for all nature lovers. The lakes are equally enchanting and attract tourists across India for pleasant summer vacation.
6. Kodaikanal-Tamil Nadu
It is a spot in the bucket-list of many travelers. Often called as ‘The Princess of Hill Station’, Kodaikanal has a cool misty atmosphere all amalgamated to create a perfect scenic getaway retreat for any tourist. The summers in Kodaikanal are experienced usually from the month of March, going on until the month of May. This is a perfect time for tourists to visit for adventure sports and activities such as trekking, cycling, swimming, etc.