You know that Sandakphu is a popular destination for trekking. This location has a beautiful summer season because of its height of 3,636 m above sea level. The month of May is a fine opportunity to appreciate the Himalayan view. Throughout the sanctuary and in the hiking trails, rhododendrons bloom with bright colors, which make the holiday kaleidoscopical.
Tonglu, Chitrey, Singalila, Tumling, Mane Bhanjang, among others are the main destinations to be enjoyed. Tea groves are very comfortable, too, for an early morning romantic stroll.
Spiti is a popular destination and is included in the bucket lists of many travelers. This region is also known as the Middle Land and is a dense mountain location with many monasteries, mountain passes, and others. Dhankar Gompa, Pin Valley National Park, Trilokinath Temple, Komick Village, Chandratal River, and other items are the most popular attractions to experience in Spiti. Since Spiti has a difficult winter, summer is the time to enjoy outdoor sports such as biking, rafting, fishing, and more.
If you visit in May, you should be conscious that it’s the time for the many fauna in this region to be enjoyed. The season is slightly dry and you can waste a lot of time, outdoors.
This peaceful, picturesque hill-station is one of the 20 best places to visit in India in May, in’ God’s own land,’ Kerala. See elephants at the Elephant Park of Carmelagiri in Munnar. Go mountain biking and camping, go to Echo Point and walk up to a “tree cabin.” See Western Ghats go fishing at Lake Sita Devi, with cascades going down. Move through the lush green tea plantations and smell the soothing fragrance. The best range of flora and fauna for wildlife enthusiasts in Eravikulam National Park is Rajamalai.
Kodaikanal is located in Tamilnadu and one of South India’s largest attractions. The Kodaikanal Boat Club is fantastic and you may sail or fly a ferry. The perfect choice is to relax out from the most dramatic cooling off of the summer in the Kodaikanal Yoga Center and enjoy the Bear Shola Falls and Kodaikanal Pool. The place is also renowned for the Museum of Natural History of Shembaganur, Berijam Dam, Rocks Wall, Kurinji, Silent Valley View, etc.
The district is properly regarded as Central India’s Queen of Hills. The spot is a popular summer location for also the religious pilgrimage. Mahabaleshwar offers a mild summer to visiting cities, such as Vienna Lake, Lingamala Drop, Mapro Park, Mahabaleshwar Temple, and other attractions for biking, camping or camping throughout the evening. Rock-climbing, boating, horse racing, and others are often loved by thrill enthusiasts throughout the season.
It is one of Tamil Nadu’s picturesque hill cities. There is a comfortable atmosphere in this location that helps you to spend a pleasant, slow-paced holiday without the crowd. In May Kotagiri has a good temperature and it is the perfect time to stroll, garden, climb wall, trek, and others.
Kodanad Perspective, Rangaswamy Pool, the Memorial of John Sullivan, Catherine Drop, Longwood Shola etc. are the best locations to explore in Kotagiri. The best thing is that Ooty, the famed summer resort of South India, is just 30 kilometers away.
Kudremukh is one of Karnataka’s least recognized hill cities. The name of this hill town is like a horse’s nose. Visit the height of the area, the grasslands that stretch across the laps of the valleys and various hiking trails throughout May.
Hanuman Gundi Falls, Kudremukh Mountain, Gangamoola, and Kalasa are major attractions in Kudremukh. This hill town is very tiny to stroll around and is a peaceful place for single amateurs and honeymooners from Mangalore and other destinations.