10 best places to visit in South India this July

Jun 25, 2024

By: Ayush Mehrotra

Kerala Backwater

Experience the serene backwaters of Kerala in places like Alleppey (Alappuzha) or Kumarakom. The lush greenery during the monsoon makes it incredibly scenic.

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Munnar, Kerala

Known for its tea plantations, Munnar is especially beautiful in July with mist-covered hills and cooler temperatures.

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Coorg, Karnataka

This hill station is known for its coffee plantations, waterfalls like Abbey Falls, and lush green landscapes that come alive during the monsoon.

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Ooty, Tamil Nadu

Ooty welcomes you with pleasant weather in July. Enjoy the toy train ride, botanical gardens, and the scenic Nilgiri hills.

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Wayanad, Kerala

Known for its spice plantations, wildlife sanctuaries like Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, and scenic landscapes that are at their best during the monsoon.

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Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

Another beautiful hill station with pleasant weather in July. Visit the Kodaikanal Lake, Coaker's Walk, and enjoy the mist-covered hills.

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Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu

Explore the UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Shore Temple and other ancient rock-cut temples and sculptures along the coast.

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Hampi, Karnataka

Despite the rain, Hampi's ancient ruins, temples, and boulder-strewn landscapes are awe-inspiring. The Tungabhadra River is also a sight to behold during monsoon.

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Explore the French colonial architecture, beaches, and serene Auroville during the monsoon season.

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Gokarna, Karnataka

Known for its pristine beaches and laid-back vibe, Gokarna is a great destination to relax and enjoy the monsoon seascape.

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