April Getaways: Unwind India's Most Picturesque Locations
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April Getaways: Unwind India's Most Picturesque Locations

Cherrapunji, in the Indian state of Meghalaya, is a beautiful hill station in the region's verdant

April Getaways: Unwind India's Most Picturesque Locations

April marks the start of the summer season in India, with bright sunshine bringing relief to plants and animals. While some parts of the country may experience uncomfortable temperatures, other areas are breathtakingly beautiful. Domestic tourism may be down due to the start of the new fiscal year and the return of students to the classroom, but fewer tourists make April a economically viable time to travel.

Here are some of the best places to visit in India in April:

Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

Cherrapunji is a beautiful hill station in Meghalaya's verdant northeast. It is home to the famous "Living Root Bridges" made by the roots of rubber trees. April is an ideal time to visit this city, with its plentiful flora and fauna at their best.

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal, the state capital of Madhya Pradesh, is known as one of India's greenest metropolises. It has numerous lakes, including the Upper Lake and Lower Lake, which give it the nickname "City of Lakes." While October through March is the best time to visit, April offers acceptable daytime temperatures and delightful evenings.

Ooty, Tamil Nadu

Ooty is a popular destination known for its green tea gardens, hills, churches, and diverse flora and fauna. The best time to visit this hill station in Tamil Nadu is between October and June.

Shillong, Meghalaya

Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya and also known as "The home of clouds," was referred to as "the Scotland of the East" during the British era. April is an excellent time to visit as visitors can enjoy the area's nice atmosphere thanks to the season's abundance of greenery. Elephant Falls, Umiam Lake, and Laitlum Canyons are must-visit places for breathtaking vistas.

Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg is a stunning region in the Western Ghats, known for its lush coffee farms, foggy hills, and meandering streams. Often called "the Scotland of India," this region boasts tranquillity, natural beauty, and spicy cuisine. Abbey Falls, Raja's Seat, and Dubare Elephant Camp are some of the top attractions.

Kalimpong, West Bengal

Perched at an altitude of 1250m over the emerald Teesta River, Kalimpong is a top tourist destination in India in April. The MacFarlane Memorial Church takes visitors back to the days of British colonial rule, while the Durpin Monastery and its distinctive architecture and Buddhist teachings offer breathtaking views. Vibrant wild and domestic flowers in Kalimpong are a visual treat. Deolo Park boasts breathtaking vistas of verdant valleys and undulating hills.

Pachmarhi, Madhya Pradesh

Pachmarhi is a popular destination for eco-tourists due to its proximity to the Satpura Tiger Reserve, abundant wildlife, lush forests, rolling valleys, and stunning waterfalls. The Pandava Caves' murals, thought to be around 10,000 years old, are also a popular attraction.

Lonavala, Maharashtra

Lonavala is a beautiful hill station known for its lush vegetation, which attracts many tourists every April. The area has numerous caves, waterfalls, lakes, and forts. Bhaja and Karla are must-visit Buddhist caves. Bhushi Dam's rushing white water is a sight to behold and a welcome relief from the heat. The mild weather in April makes it an ideal time to visit.