Did You Take A Look At 5 Best Places to Go in India In Summer That Are Elegant and Tropical?

Did You Take A Look At 5 Best Places to Go in India In Summer That Are Elegant and Tropical?

India is a wonderful destination to visit throughout the year, and one can visit the snow-packed destinations from north India to the lush greenery of South India in any season. But in summers, backpackers or couples tend to plan some relaxing weekend getaway to beat the scorching summer heat in a tranquil place. Summers in India are extremely daunting in cities, and mercury breaks above 40-degree Celcius.

We have curated a list of 5 best places to go in Summer in India that are best in temperature, and your tropical vibes are guaranteed over there.

1. Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh


PACKAGE RATE | Starts @ INR 6,600* onwards

A favorite for many Delhites because of its proximity with Delhi, Dalhousie is a tiny tinsel town nestled in the Himalayan Dhauladhar range in Himachal Pradesh. Summer is the excellent time to plan holidays in Dalhousie and enjoy the snow-capped mountains, lush green views, pine-clad valley views in the background couples, or family photos. The hill station magnifies the presence of the Scottish and Victorian architecture blender, and you will be sure to smell the essence of British flavors in summer months in Dalhousie.

2. Pahalgam, Jammu & Kashmir


PACKAGE RATE | Starts @ INR 9,900* onwards

Pahalgam is an unexplored and untouched hill station, which is actually a feast to the eyes. This summer retreat getaway in the lap of Himalayas offers plenty of outdoor adventures in summers like trekking, romantic strolling on the banks of the rivers, alpine skiing, and river rafting adventures. Explore the virgin beauty of Lolab Valley. Spend relaxing time amidst Sheshnag Lake, which is believed to be the abode of the Lord Sheshnag.

3. Nainital, Uttarakhand


PACKAGE RATE | Starts @ INR 7,100* onwards

This modest hill station is nestled in the Kumaon Hills and has an inviting feel to couples or families all across India due to its pleasing climate in the summer months. Nainital is located approx 331 km away from Delhi and is a charming paradise for the travelers who want to indulge in boating, snow-clad view spotting, extreme shopping experience. And also, Jim Corbett National Park safari is something you can plan in two days on your Nainital holidays.

4. Darjeeling, North East


PACKAGE RATE | Starts @ INR 8,500* onwards

A much more popular summer honeymoon vacation spot is Darjeeling, which is famous amongst the tourists for its setting as the glorious Kanchenjunga mountains guard this hill station. If mesmerizing sunrise, exploring the lush green beauty of the tea plantations, rafting, toy train ride, wildlife spotting is your idea of summer holidays in India, then consider your trip to this northeast paradise.


  • Darjeeling Himalayan toy train ride is the most scenic train journey of India that passes you through the lush green meadows.
  • Watch enthralling wildlife at the Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park to spot a wolf, the Red Panda, snow leopards.
  • Head to Tiger Hill to watch the rays of sun hitting the glorious Kanchenjunga mountains
  1. Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

For a pleasant vacation without breaking the bank, you can spend relaxing holidays in just INR 6,500* onwards in the very own Amsterdam of India. YES!! Kasol is a replica of Amsterdam and is a charming village located on the river Parvati. It’s a famous paradise for the trekkers, and if you are a hippie soul, this place is for you! Dotted with many Israeli cafes, Kasol has its population out of which most are Israelis.


  • Bathe in the hot spring of Manikaran Sahib to cure your diseases.
  • Set camp beside the Parvati River and enjoy stargazing in the nights.
  • Hear the cascading sound of Kheerganga waterfall on your trekking journey.

Now that we have given you a list of 5 best places to go to India in the summer season. Which one are you planning to make a stop at at low-cost holiday packages in India at Honeymoon Bug?


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