Every year hordes of vacationers take flights to India for summer vacations. Brimming with an array of exotic summer destinations including Srinagar, Leh Ladakh and many others, the land of India promises a wonderful time for holidaymakers.

With abundance of spellbinding hill stations and a cluster of other holiday destinations’ Indian summer holidays are all about fun and frolic. The profusion of enticing summer destinations nullify the searing heat of summers that usually stretch from April to July.

The country overwhelms the summer vacationers with different hill stations where one can beat the heat and have a whale of time. The pleasant climate’ rejuvenating aura and captivating attractions of these astonishing places ensure a wonderful holiday break for travellers who book airline tickets to India. Have a look at some of the top summer holiday destinations that make for perfect respite from soaring temperatures and are well worth a visit!

Srinagar’ Kashmir

Srinagar’ in the north Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir’ is a gleaming jewel on the crown of India. Dotted with irresistible Mughal Gardens including Nishat Bagh and Shalimar Bagh’ devout temple – Shankaracharya Mandir and entrancing Hazratbal Mosque set across a backdrop of towering mountains and tranquil lakes’ the city is a fitting place for summer holiday breaks.

Summer in India’ which can sometimes stretch till the end of August’ is a time when the charm of Srinagar gets all the more breathtaking. Heaps of Britons visit the region to check out Srinagar’s famous Dal Lake that illumes with slumbering houseboats and the grandeur of historic wooden mosques of the old town. Fascinated by the sheen of Srinagar‘ millions of vacationers look for airlines and travel agents that dole out cheap flight deals to facilitate affordable tours.

Leh’ Ladakh

Undisputedly’ the ideal summer destination’ Leh Ladakh is highly revered among hordes of nature lovers and adventure aficionados who haggle hard for tickets on cheap flights to India. A visit to Leh Ladakh is all about living the precious moments in resplendent beauty. The spectacle of stark mountains accentuated with multihued gompas (monasteries)’ fluttering prayer flags moving with caressing wind’ stony ridges along with arid plains and the meandering Indus River will leave you wondering how munificent the Mother Nature is!

In Leh’ summer is a season that opens door for flurry of exhilarating activities. Travellers taking flights to India and landing in Leh can revel in assorted array of elating activities including polo’ mountain biking’ safari & trekking’ wildlife tours’ river rafting and feasting eyes on an array of spectacular Buddhist monasteries. In addition’ the Leh enlivens with number of joyous festivals in summers’ making it a perfect time to wallow in its utter zest.

Darjeeling’ West Bengal

Sitting on the foothills of majestic Himalayas’ atop the Shivalik hills’ Darjeeling is a stunning hill station that adds grace to the glory of Indian state of West Bengal. Inundated with untamed marvels of nature’ the hill station is an Eden for nature lovers taking flights to India.

Summers in Darjeeling begins in April and last till the end of July. The soothing mountainous aura’ wonderful weather’ enchanting verdancy of tea plantations that stretches all around and mesmerizing landscape make one forget about the blistering heat of summers in other parts of the country. The thrill of hiking’ the frisson of surprises with rock climbing’ the excitement of camping and the ecstasy of indulging in countless water sports remain etched in the minds of adventurers and backpackers seeking tickets on cheap flights to India for a travel to this part of the nation.

Mahabaleshwar’ Maharashtra

Mahabaleshwar is the largest hill station in Sahyadri Range. Dubbed as the Queen of Hill Stations of Maharashtra’ the destination is renowned for awe-inspiring vistas of environing hills and the Arabian Sea’ and is popular as a sweet escape for holidaymakers who vie hard for cheap flights to Mumbai in summers.

The dulcet temperature and mountain breezes of Mahabaleshwar are highly conducive for sightseeing of dozens of attractions like Wilson Point’ Arthur’s Seat and array of enticing waterfalls including Chinaman’ Lingmala and Dhobi Falls. Panchganga Temple is considered as the source of five important rivers of the region and is a major crowd-puller in Mahabaleshwar. Besides’ vacationers can visit Lake Venna and enjoy a revivifying ride’ take pleasure in horse riding and relish the splendour of scenic hills of Mahabaleshwar by going on a trekking trail.

Coorg or Kodagu’ Karnataka

The picturesque scenery embracing the wonderful wooded slopes’ ruffling landscapes’ quaint villages and soaring mountain ranges and the warm hospitality of amiable denizens await the vacationers in Coorg. The destination boasts Medikeri’ an enthralling capital that has earned an epithet of being the “Scotland of India”. Holidaymakers adore the grandeur of lush coffee plantations’ green forests’ misty hills and splendid views that overwhelm the guests in Coorg.

In summers’ Coorg elates its visitors with attractions galore. One can feast eyes on incredible Abbey falls’ riveting Nagarahole Wild Life Sanctuary and sacred Honnamana Kere; enjoy a trek in Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary; and calm eyes at the Mallalli Falls.

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