Most people tend to hang out somewhere cool places to get relief from the summer heat.
New month of June has started. Now a few days later, children’s schools are going to start. So if you have not gone anywhere in the holidays and are planning to go somewhere then, here are 5 such places where you can go with the whole family. These five Indian Destinations look like heaven in June summer month.
Dharamshala city is located in the Kangra valley of Himachal Pradesh. This city is famous due to its natural beauty. Here you can see the green foliage of pine trees. There is also the Cricket Ground, situated at the highest point of the world in Dharamsala. This place is very special for people who believe in Tibetan Buddhism. There are places like Mcleodganj, Masrur, Kangra Museum, Kangra Fort, Namgyal monastery, Bhrigu Lake etc. can be visited here. If you are heading towards North India, you have many options available to get a glimpse of India’s natural and cultural features such as Shimla Manali Tourism, Dalhousie Tourism etc.
Bir city is settled in the north of Himachal Pradesh. It is a beautiful village of Tibetan people, which is situated on the hill of the Himalayas. Due to its location on the mountain, its natural beauty attracts everyone. This place is also famous for adventure. Bir city is known for Paragliding. You can see Buddhist monastery and a large stupa here. Apart from this, there are some excursions to places such as the Sherab Ling Monastery, B T Factory, Chokling Monastery, Deer Park and Dharmalaya Sansthan.
Hampi is a historic place located in Karnataka. This city is included in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There are more than five hundred memorial signs between the valleys and the dunes here. These include buildings like Temples, Palaces, Old markets, Strongholds, Popes, Bunkers, Water reservoir, Royal pavilions and Treasuries. The Vijaya Vittala Temple of Hampi is one of the most spectacular monuments.
Panchgani is a hill station surrounded by five hills. It is located in Maharashtra. Greenery is also maintained in the summer due to the mountainous terrain. At this place, the British used to come to spend summer holidays. You can be enjoying the Panchgani mountains as well as other places. There are Rajpuri caves, which have religious significance.
Sakleshpur is situated on Karnataka’s Bayaluseeme and Malainadu border. This is a beautiful hill station of South India. It is a hilly village located in Hassan district. This place belongs to the kings of Chalukya, Hosala and Mysore. There was an ancient fragmented Shivling at the time of the reign of Hosala kings. Which was known as Sanka Leish Ara. The name of this village was named Sakleshvar on the basis of this name. Now it is called Sakleshpur.