Best Place To Travel In India During The Month Of June Or July

#1 May 17th, 2009, 18:41
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I am confused where to travel all alone during the month of June or July? well i thought of travelling to utaranchal , but it seems a the trip will take 13 dys. so can any one help me to get me out of this confusion of where to go..........
#2 May 18th, 2009, 02:30
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What all options do you have in mind?

Trips to Utrakhand can take 3-4 days also... I guess you have something grand in mind..!!

Please share details about you plans, and I am sure a lot of help would be available...
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thanks sammakar for u r reply.

Well i am from kolkata and travelling to any place to utarkhand will take 3 days by train ( UP /DN) .I travel excessively for by buisness trip all over india.

Well some one told me its really difficult to get a room in Haridwar for a single person of my age due to security reasons( inspite of having my identity cards.

I thought of travelling to Andaman, or ladhak, or any other place as Hills attracts me..............

any suggestion for an hassel free travel.
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I have never heard of single people not getting rooms in Haridwar, but you can always try...

If it would be your first time, you can stick to famous tourist places like Nainital, Mussouri etc...

My personal suggestion would be to go to a place like Chopta and do some trekking to Tungnath/Deoria Tal etc... This would be a much better experience..!!
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I am a Bengali from Mumbai and we 3 adults are doing a 2 week jeep safari Shimla-Sangla Valley-Spiti Valley- Chandratal- Manali starting from 13th July 2009. This route has awesome mountains, valleys, glaciers,lakes etc ...have been to Ladakh earlier ....Spiti Valley is also very similar...its called "little Tibet"......Do tell me if you would like to join us ....my email ID is aditi.august@gmail.com ......
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Originally Posted by kamalaprosad View Post thanks sammakar for u r reply.

Well i am from kolkata and travelling to any place to utarkhand will take 3 days by train ( UP /DN) .I travel excessively for by buisness trip all over india.

Well some one told me its really difficult to get a room in Haridwar for a single person of my age due to security reasons( inspite of having my identity cards.

I thought of travelling to Andaman, or ladhak, or any other place as Hills attracts me..............

any suggestion for an hassel free travel.
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Originally Posted by aditi_aruna View Post Hi
I am a Bengali from Mumbai and we 3 adults are doing a 2 week jeep safari Shimla-Sangla Valley-Spiti Valley- Chandratal- Manali starting from 13th July 2009. This route has awesome mountains, valleys, glaciers,lakes etc ...have been to Ladakh earlier ....Spiti Valley is also very similar...its called "little Tibet"......Do tell me if you would like to join us ....my email ID is aditi.august@gmail.com ......
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are you looking for travel partners?
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Yes, we have been looking out for travel partners, we might have one or two family friends joining us, If these dates suit you , you can check out the travelogues by Nayan and others on this itenary and join us if you like
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where to travel during july

hello
i am from israel and me and my boyfreind are going to india for 3 weeks from the beggining of july - we have been to india twice - ladack, manali, parvati, rishikesh, varanasi ....
we want to visit a new place

where do you recommend visiting in july - since i get the impression that all india in raining now

thank you for your help !!
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Where are the rains?

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Sadly not all India is getting the rains... We in Delhi are eagerly waiting for it

Rains do add a lot to the character of a place, so if you've not seen a place during the rains, then it might not be a bad idea to visit that place again...
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planning trip - july

thank for our reply but i need a more specific answer

we were thinking about travelling to sikim
after reading here a got an impression thats it is not a good idea and that the road are troubled and that you cannot treck ' is it true .
do you not recommed sikim ? what place do you recommend?
and what about kerela durung july ?
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Originally Posted by danielagolbert View Post thank for our reply but i need a more specific answer

we were thinking about travelling to sikim
after reading here a got an impression thats it is not a good idea and that the road are troubled and that you cannot treck ' is it true .
do you not recommed sikim ? what place do you recommend?
and what about kerela durung july ?

You are right that Sikkim would not be the best place to travel in July. It would be really beautiful and the hills would be covered with flowers, but it would be very difficult to travel from one place to another due to landslides. Also you will not be able to trek during the rains.

My suggestion would be to go to Meghalaya. It' really really beautiful in the rains, absolutely magical. The area around Shillong and Cherapunge are simply amazing in the rains.
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wow good work
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Originally Posted by danielagolbert View Post hello
i am from israel and me and my boyfreind are going to india for 3 weeks from the beggining of july - we have been to india twice - ladack, manali, parvati, rishikesh, varanasi ....
we want to visit a new place

where do you recommend visiting in july - since i get the impression that all india in raining now

thank you for your help !!
in rainy season you can visit M.P.- chatisgarh
specially Mandu,orccha, kujaraho,bastar etc
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Totally agreed with mountain lover. In this time of the year this region of M.P.- Chatisgarh will be a very good option. You can visit Chitrakot & Tirathgarh falls from Jagdalpur. You can add Patalkot in Chhindwara district of Madhya Pradesh also.

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Originally Posted by smakkar View Post Sadly not all India is getting the rains... We in Delhi are eagerly waiting for it
Have never quoted myself before, but what a drastic change an year down the line...

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