Come rain or shine, these destinations are evergreen and always ready to welcome tourists and travelers alike! Also Read - Malls Lose Rs 90,000 Crore in 2 Months, SCAI Seeks Adequate Relief
The party capital of India, Goa is one destination that draws tourists all year round. Even during summer and monsoon months that are essentially considered off season for Goa, you will find travelers frolicking on the beach. For some it is the cheap accommodation rate that entices them and for others it is the less crowd that brings them here. Going during the monsoon means you may not get to try water sports but if thats not on your mind, Goa is lovely this time of the year. ALSO SEE 15 spectacular photos of Goa that will take your breath away! Also Read - CREDAI Seeks Urgent Support For Realty Sector in Letter to PM Modi
Known for its tea plantations, Munnar is a hill station in Kerala situated 6,000 ft above sea level. Its pleasant climate and verdant beauty makes it a perfect destination that one can visit any time of the year. From honeymooners to trekkers, Munnar is suited for all kinds of tourists. Its peak season is in winter however if you want to see lush greenery all around you, Munnar is perfect in the monsoon too. Also Read - Karan Johar Birthday Celebrations: Little Munchkins Yash And Roohi Cut The Cake as Mom Hirroo Johar Sings 'Happy Birthday'
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The beauty of Andaman Islands is not explored by several travelers yet it is one destination that is open throughout the year. From Port Blair which houses the Cellular Jail to the number of beaches on different islands, Andamans untouched beauty will enthral you. The winter season is the best time to visit Andaman however if you want a cheap holiday, go during the monsoon.
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The lush greenery of Lonavala, a small hill station in Maharashtra comes alive in the monsoon but for city dwellers of Mumbai and Pune, Lonavala is a quick getaway just a couple of hours away. The proximity of this destination to two big cities means it has tourists flocking here throughout the year. While most may go back on the same day itself, Lonavala is never really off season anytime of the year.
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The beauty of this hill station often gets marred when you visit Shimla in the peak season. This is because of the large number of people who turn up here for a break. However, Shimla is beautiful all year round even during the monsoon. If there is very heavy rainfall there could be instances of a landslide at times but the green hills look their best at this time. In the winter, you can see their peaks covered in snow.
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