Avoid Visiting These Tourist Destinations India That Have Heavy Rain Alert

Heavy Rain
by Sanmita A
by Sanmita A 170

We know you’ve been waiting for the upcoming long weekend this entire time. However, we are afraid to inform that the rains might play spoilsport this week. Mumbai received very heavy rains and strong winds on Tuesday morning and the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has even issued an orange alert for the city. The IMD predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall for certain areas as well. As per media reports, certain areas in Andheri was submerged as well. Considering the IMD warnings and predictions, we are listing the tourist destinations which you can avoid due to the rains –

Heavy Rain In Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu…

If you’re planning to travel to the following places during the week, it is like you’ll come across heavy showers. The IMD has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in certain states. And, during this time, it would be best if you check the weather predictions and plan your trip to the tourist destinations accordingly. Weather reports tell that Tamil Nadu, Coastal and South Interior Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Central Maharashtra will receive heavy to very heavy rain. Further, states like Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Assam, Saurashtra, Haryana, Telangana, Kerala too, will receive heavy rain at isolated places.

Also Read – Jaisalmer Looks Stunning As City Witnesses Most Rainfall In 66 Years

Image Credits: Athirapally Falls

Planned A Trip During Monsoons? Here’s How You Can Enjoy Despite The Showers!

First and foremost, always check the weather before you head out. It is best you stay prepared no matter the weather – heavy rain, sun or cold. If you are an outdoor person and the rain seems to be in your stars, then carry an umbrella or a raincoat. Ask your hotel staff to pull a few strings and make some basic arrangements. IGNORE the weather & head out to some scenic place and soak in the beauty. You might be a little bothered, but the efforts will be worth it. If you are more indoors person, head to a nice restaurant for a rainy day appropriate meal, or sit in the balcony with your partner to enjoy the rains. And, don’t forget you can enjoy the services in your hotel too, or interact with the other travellers who might stuck due to the rains like you. It’s alright to have a lazy day during a vacation. Not all days have to be all outdoorsy!

Also Read – Mumbai Monsoon Guide: 5 Best Ways To Enjoy The Rainy Days

Meanwhile, check out how our Chief Travelling Officer, Kamiya Jani had a delightful Sunday Brunch with Jacqueline Fernandez on a rainy afternoon –

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