Up to July, India witnessed almost all possible climates ranging from snowstorm to warmth to rain shower, from drought to humidity, and from hot and cold temperatures. By the June end, the monsoon will cover most part of the country with wet clouds blankets. Weather in India is nothing but wet. There are heavy rains in all regions from the Himalayas in the north to Kerala in the South, from Sikkim & Darjeeling in the east to the Rajasthan in the west. The rain offers a fresher and cooler air to breathe. July is not just a perfect time for farmers yet also for tropical nature and trekking enthusiasts.
Both Kerala and Goa provide lush greeneries in the countryside. In particular, Kerala offers a national park visit and trekking. However, be aware of blood-sucking ledges because of the rainy season. The constant rain could also cause interruptions for activities. In Goa, most resorts and restaurants remain closed between May and September. In July, the beaches would lose their charm due to heavy rains and storms. But, beach resorts provide great discounts in case you do not bother about the weather. Tamil Nadu is quite cloudy and cooler in July that lets you enjoy sightseeing of religious monuments and temples. If you need to escape from both the heat and monsoon but wish to enjoy stunning mountain landscapes, Lahaul Spiti or Ladakh is the best destination in India for you to visit in July.