Places to visit in kota during monsoon.
Kota is a city in the hottest state of India, Rajasthan and the third most populous one of Rajasthan.
It comes under Hadoti region,that is different than most part of Rajasthan.
Rajasthan is always thought of as a place with scarcity of water, little rain and mostly dessert.
But Hadoti region is somewhat opposite to it.
It has abundance of both water and greenery.
During Monsoon the beauty of this place reaches to some another level, too many waterfalls comes into life and it is by far one of the best places in Rajasthan to visit during monsoon.
So let’s see places to visit in Kota during monsoon.
1. Garadia Mahadev
Garadia Mahadev is one of the most beautiful place in Kota that can be visited throughout the year.
But during monsoon you will be awestruck by its beauty.
It is popularly known as the place where Chambal River smiles back to its people.
You will witness too many waterfalls on the island that is visible from Garadia Mahadev.
The greenery, smiling river it will just strike your happy nerve and you will be left admiring the beauty of this place.
It is one the best place to visit in kota during monsoon.
2. Geparnath Waterfall
Geparnath waterfalls are another gem located just 4 km from RTU kota on Rawatbhata road that will make you spellbound by its beauty.
A tranquil place nestled in the hills is best visited duirng monsoon.
Make sure to go with a few of your friends as this place is really located deep into the woods and don’t irritate the monkeys, you never know what’s going in there mind.
3. KST ( Kishore Sagar Talab)
KST is an evergreen place for the people of Kota to spend their evenings at.
But Monsoon works as an icing on the cake, the environment becomes so romantic as well as energetic.
If you are in Kota during monsoon, this place needs to be visited for sure.
4. Kota Barrage
This place is one of the most loved place of the locals of Kota during monsoon.
When the weather is just so romantic, the way up the barrage is filled with smell of corns put on fireplace.
The gates of Dam are opened and the view is just so terrifying as well as beautiful at the same time.
Chimneys of the thermal also adds to its beauty.
A must visit place in kota during monsoon.
Rawatbhata is a small peaceful town, the one from the fairy tale surrounded with hills and paddy fields on both sides of the clean roads,fragrance of flower everywhere, less populated, and only crowded with buffaloes not honking vehicles.
It is located just 45 Km from Kota but I highly recommend this place to visit during monsoon and I can bet over this, You will fall in love with it.
If you love nature, wildlife and less crowded place. I can’t tell you a better place than this in whole of Rajasthan.
Well apart from the town itself, there are many places you can visit here.
6. Bhainsrorgarh Village
Bhainsrorgarh village is an amazing escape from kota during monsoon just at a distance of 7 kms from Rawatbhata.
This village will take your heart away in every sense.
I had been there only once but I long to visit there very soon.
If you are in Kota during monsoon, do visit this place at least once and you will thank me.
If you are thinking why am I stressing so much to visit this place, just check out this article which I wrote on Bhainsrorgarh.
Bundi is a city that lies 40 Km from Kota, during monsoon this place turn into a romantic one.
Taragarh Fort of Bundi stands tall and whispers the story of valour.
While the fort is something you can visit throughout the year.
But the Places to visit during monsoon here are:
Rameshwar Mahadev Waterfall
Just 12 Km from the main city of Bundi lies this calm place, nestled among the aravali hills.
The water falling from height and people enjoying the purest of water, and palm trees just make this place more pictersque.
There is a temple also to seek blessings from, that attracts a lot of devotees throughout the year
There is a different vibe around this place and you will certainly feel it.
This is one of the most popular places to visit in Kota during monsoon, although it is located 60 km from Kota, there is a special charm in this place which attracts people from all corners.
Certain developments have been made in this place recently to avoid any mishappenings.
So this was it from the places to visit in and around Kota during monsoon. Do let me know which one turn out to be your favourite that you can’t stop resist visiting.
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