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All the info you need to plan a monsoon holiday in one post

Tuesday, July 4th, 2017

This is the time India goes green. As the monsoon makes a grand entry in God’s own country, Kerala and makes it way inland, to east and north, the land suddenly turns a bright lovely green, almost as if to express how glad it is.

The monsoon rains are an inseparable part of Indian culture, making their presence felt everywhere – from the small talk “How are the rains this year” to Government policies, to of course, festivals and celebrations. We have published multiple blogs earlier, covering various facets of this phenomenon called the Indian monsoon. Here’s a collection.

Lush rain fed forest

1) The general impression is that rains = not good for travel. Far from the truth. In this blog, explore the best monsoon holiday destinations in India, and find helpful travel tips.

http://www.goseekandhide.com/blog/our-most-popular-monsoon-holiday-destinations-in-india/

Paddy Planting

2) Rains and Kerala are like soulmates. Explore the bond in this photo-journal/ personal memoir.

http://www.goseekandhide.com/blog/rains-in-kerala-my-favourite-things/

3) Kerala already on your travel list? Find out why monsoon can be THE magical time to visit

http://www.goseekandhide.com/blog/best-time-to-visit-kerala-rains-monsoon-june-july-september/

Goa rainforest

4) Are you more of a Goa person? Goa transforms itself in the monsoons, with its hills turning into a deep emerald and waterfalls roaring with a life of their own. You have to see it to believe it. Here are 5 fun things to do in Goa this monsoon.

BONUS: We have a 20% monsoon discount on our Goa luxury villas

http://www.goseekandhide.com/blog/5-fun-things-to-do-in-gorgeous-goa-in-monsoon/

Onam flower decoration

5) As we mentioned earlier, the rains and festive season are closely tied together in India. Here’s a list of must-experience monsoon festivals, from every corner of India.

http://www.goseekandhide.com/blog/india-must-see-monsoon-festivals-from-north-east-west-and-south-of-india/

6) Still not sure if you should set off on a monsoon holiday? Here are 6 irresistible reasons.

http://www.goseekandhide.com/blog/6-reasons-to-plan-a-monsoon-holiday-in-india/

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My name is Sudha Mathew. I'm an ex-banker who quit the rat race after a decade to follow my passion for travel and to combine it with my experience in understanding client requirements and exceeding their expectations.

 

While our content is mostly about the holiday experience, the accommodation and services, there's so much more to a journey. I have discovered a whole new me through travel. So I've reserved this corner of the website to share the unexpected aspects of travel. This space is also to hear from you about your journeys and discoveries. Bon Voyage!

 
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