Places to Visit in Monsoon in MaharashtraAmboli, Khandala, Mahabaleshwar, Alibaug, Matheran, Panchgani, Igatpuri, Bhimashankar, Bhandardara, Malshej Ghat, Karnala, Kolad and many more.
The blessed Deccan plateau encompasses an assorted range of places to visit in monsoon in Maharashtra. This state is just not a large chunk of land on the map of India but a place with a history and that makes it all the more beautiful to visit in monsoon. As during monsoon the long list of ruins and forts are scaled for their captivating green vistas and challenging trails.
Nature blooms to its zenith in monsoon, the heavy showers on the western ghats give rise to many wriggling inlets, meandering rivers and plunging waterfalls. From the popular twin hill stations of Lonavala and Khandala to the highest points like Kalsubai and Panchgani, Maharashtra has a long list of places to enjoy the downpours and the verdant landscape.
The season of monsoon hits Maharashtra from around mid-June to late September. The entire state is covered in rolling clouds that pelt down in forms of drizzle and showers. it would be a crime to be in Maharashtra and do not plan a short trip to any of these tiny hamlets or quaint hill stations during monsoon.