If the thought of the skies opening up and showering down on all of us brings a smile to your face, a monsoon getaway might be perfect for you. Be it the misty mountains, the lush tropical beaches or even the banal city – there’s nothing like a little rain to bring things to life. So snag yourself a quick getaway before its time to bid adieu to monsoons. Take a look at what our travel experts have suggested for you.
This lovely property has been constructed in the original hill architecture – kathkuni style.It is located in the middle of an apple orchard, away from the maddening crowd. The splendid 360-degree panoramic view of the Kullu valley, with the snow-capped ranges above and the meandering river Beas below is a sight to behold! One can experience true Himalayan hospitality and experience what a holiday home is to a Pahari.
At the Chamba Camp, Thiksey, relax in individually designed tents, with en-suite bathrooms, private decks, crisp linen and the services of your very own butler. Enjoy delicious family recipes, hear stories from specialists and guest travelogists over fire-lit evenings. Sounds like absolute bliss, doesn’t it?
Neeralaya Raison is an authentic way to experience mountain life in the Himachal. Right from its architecture, which is mostly recycled timber and local stones, to its pristine and scenic surroundings, everything about this property hints at eco-friendliness, comfort and enrichment.
This property lies in the heart of the Kumaon Himalayas at 6200 feet. In the midst of verdant valleys and mountains clad in forests of oak, rhododendron, deodar and pine, the stay offers five rooms, a suite and an exclusive cottage, each with its own sit-out. There’s a common lounge and dining area, and a deck that faces the Himalayas.
One can never have enough of Corbett, especially when staying at this eco-conscious wildlife speciality lodge. 18 sophisticated lodges and cottages in 15 acres of lush refuge, with beautiful forest and mountain vistas, countless bird-spotting opportunities and hours by the pool or on your private verandah. Need we say more?
So, looking forward to your monsoon getaway?