Here are the top places to Visit in June in India

1. Srinagar

Srinagar, sometimes referred to as “the paradise on earth,” is one of the most well-known tourist spots in India, and it never fails to awe visitors. In Srinagar, tourism includes both active pursuits like rowing in Shikara boats and going to Mughal Gardens and more contemplative activities like going on a trance walk around the old city and looking at crumbling minarets and mosques from centuries past.The exquisite Mughal Gardens in Srinagar, which include Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Garden, and Chashme Shahi Garden, are among the main tourist destinations for sightseeing tours in the city.

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2. Dharamshala

Dharamshala is the perfect place to spend the summer and is home to the Dalai Lama, the most revered spiritual leader in all of Tibet. This town, also known as Little Lhasa for its significant Tibetan population, has a breathtaking panorama characterised by rolling hills covered in lush vegetation on all sides. Mcleodganj (Upper Dharamsala), popular among those who are interested in experiencing new things, is the starting point for hiking trips to Triund Peak and numerous other peaks located in the area.

3. Manali

Manali, situated at an elevation of 1,926 metres at the northern end of the Kullu Valley, has long had a mystical appeal for travellers because of its beautiful topography, plentiful flora, and stunning views. The experience of seeing the snowfall on the formidable Rohtang Pass will be one that you will never forget. Some enjoyable sporting activities include snow sports such as skiing and snowboarding, hiking, paragliding, rock climbing, mountain biking, canoeing, and white water rafting.

4. Spiti Valley

Spiti Valley is a scenic wonderland reverberating with a sense of peace and spirituality. It is home to many Buddhist monasteries and breathtaking natural wonders, the majority of which remain unknown and, as a result, untouched. The valley is tucked away in Himachal Pradesh, and it has rugged scenery crisscrossed by the untainted and swift-moving Spiti river, which runs through many steep canyons and valleys.

5. Dehradun

The valley of Doon is more often known as the Gateway to Mussoorie and Garhwal. It is located in the foothills of the high and majestic Himalayas and is a beautiful place to visit. Both the city’s ancient history and the vast array of exciting activities it offers have contributed to Dehradun’s widespread popularity. Caves, monasteries, temples, marketplaces, waterfalls, and medicinal springs are just a few places to discover and experience in Dehradun.