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11 Places you Have to Visit in North India This June

June signals the fag end of summer and leaves the North in a thirst for the monsoons. This part of the country is blessed with a collection of destinations to watch the season change while experiencing diverse natural and cultural heritage. HolidayIQ travellers suggest 12 such places for an escape this June. 

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HolidayIQ reviewer Nikesh says,"Manali has a certain charm about its landscape & weather with quite many activities like river rafting & paragliding. It stills hasn't become a very commercialized place as is the case with other hill stations.The places in & around Manali - Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Gulaba, Manikaran, Kullu are worth visiting. You get the flavor of snow, greenery all around & and a pleasant weather (not very cold)." 

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Shot by HolidayIQ reviewer Chandrakant Parmar

One of the most beautiful and scenic places in India, Nainital is beautiful in June. HolidayIQ reviewer Kanchi shares, “A paradise. Best place to relax now enjoy the beauty of nature.  The adventurous rappelling was the best part. Take a bike and explore by biking in the mountains."

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Ajeet Singhaniya, HolidayIQ reviewer took this photograph in Kashmir

HolidayIQ reviewer Sanjay Bose from Delhi says, “It was an awesome experience. Everywhere you will see cotton like snow. With a touch of sunshine, the valley became a mirror with white sparkles all around.“

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Sujnanendra Mishra, HolidayIQ reviewer shot this in Udaipur

HolidayIQ reviewer Sujnanendra mishra says, "Often referred to as the 'Venice of the East', the lake city of Udaipur is known as the centre for performing arts and crafts. The lakes, palaces and nice people attract foreign and domestic visitors. Udaipur has three interconnected lakes - the Fateh Sagar Lake, the Lake Pichola and the smaller Swaroop Sagar Lake; along with forts, palaces, temples, gardens, mountains and but narrow lanes to Palace is little worrying. The city is protected by the elevated Aravalli Hills. Food though little costly tasty and the people are helpful."

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Mussoorie is not known as the queen of hills for nothing. It's a quaint hill station, ocassionally burdened by the horde of tourists. HolidayIQ traveller Rajesh : "Mussorie is a superb location for honeymooners and people want to relax. The views are fantastic esp the views near George house and on the way to kempty falls."

Pritesh, HolidayIQ reviewer says, "We went from Kalka to Shimla in the toy train. This toy train is very beautiful."  The places that are a must-visit are outlined for you by HolidayIQ reviewer Gurbachan, "Jakhoo Temple, Kufri, Mall Road, Naldera, Green Valley etc, is very good places to visit. Adventure park and mini zoo are also popular at Kufri."

HolidayIQ Traveller Meenakshi Vijay from Delhi says. “Rishikesh is one of the holiest places for Hindus, which has attracted Indians and foreigners alike including the Beatles, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and Kate Winslet owing to its potpourri of spiritual mysticism, yoga and adventure. Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, this town and the adjoining areas along the Ganges namely Muni ki reti, the Ashrams on the east bank, Shivananda Nagar and the temple sections along the Laxman Jhula comprise what is known as Rishikesh. This town is famous for its Ashrams, temples, yoga lessons and not to mention the exciting white water rafting on the Ganges.”

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Nachiket Gogate, HolidayIQ reviewer shot this in Corbett

HolidayIQ reviewer Shivali Agarwal says, “Corbett National Park is an amazing place for wildlife photography.” Adds HolidayIQ reviewer Sumit, “Dhikala has options for night stay, which makes chances of tiger spotting even better."

HolidayIQ reviewer 7Rishabh says, "I visited this place last spring and it was awesome. Went there with a group the places to visit are 1- taj mahal, 2- Agra fort 3- Fatehpur Sikri and Humayun's tomb the best thing you can do is to visit this place along with Mathura and Vrindavan."

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Ranjay Yadav, HolidayIQ reviewer shot this at Amritsar

Dharmendra, HolidayIQ reviewer, says, "The sheer elegance, grandeur and the ambiance of The Harmandir Sahib cannot be described in words. It can only be experienced. Of course, any time of the day or night, it is equally mesmerizing, but my favorite time has been the time after sunset. The lights add another dimension to the beauty of The Golden Temple."

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Mukesh Sagar, HolidayIQ reviewer shot this in Jaipur

HolidayIQ reviewer Srijan Srivastava says, "Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and it is the most important place of tourism. Jaipur is historical entrance to history of India. Jaipur "The Pink City" and the top attractions are Jaigarh, Nahargarh and Amer Fort, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, etc.Home of many royal kings and most beautiful Queen Rajmata her highness Gayatri Devi." 

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