In India, August falls in the rainy season that lasts from June to the end of September. Hence, there is heavy rainfall in most regions of the country in August. Therefore, August is often off-season for Indian tourism. But, this does not mean that you cannot able to travel. India has many places for you to enjoy yourself with a minimal number of travelers and grab an authentic experience. In Kerala, Thekkady, Wayanad, and Munnar provide lush green nature along with mesmerizing views. You can experience rocky surroundings and lush green rice fields in Hampi in the monsoon. You can also explore the ancient palace and temples ruins in Hampi.
However, try to avoid traveling to Tamil Nadu in August. Instead, visit Kerala and Goa in August month if you wish to benefit from off-season discounts and happy stay at lovely luxury resorts. The Onam festival arrives in Kerala at the end of August. Onam is the harvest festival for which you have to visit Tripunithura where you can enjoy a parade with colorfully dressed locals, music, and decorated elephants. Goa becomes extremely lush and hilly in August. Here you can easily access to the Dudh Sagar Waterfall. August is a nice month to visit India, particularly North India because of the lush countryside and fewer tourist crowds. August is the best month to visit Ladakh and Leh since the weather is clear without rain.