As far as weather concerned, the major part of the country does not have much diversity to offer, as it is either bright & warm or rainy & warm. That is why the month of June is quite interesting to travel because it holds both the temperature. By the end of May or starting of June, the southwest monsoon typically hits Kerala in South India. Though June begins as another stifling hot month with a ridiculously high temperature, end with a lot of rain and a resurgence of greeneries as well as water resources. Therefore, June signals the heat relief and a return of agricultural activities.
There are lush green fields and streams that overflow with water. In addition, waterfalls will spring up on bare rock faces that are an obviously pleasant event to watch. If you still wish to travel regardless of wet and humid weather, focus on the Western Ghats that covers with many different national parks, forest reserves, wildlife sanctuaries, and charming hill stations. Furthermore, the mountains in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka provide a great tropical climate in addition to trekking opportunities. You do not only grab several unique and wild flora and animal species yet also endless tea, fruit, and coffee plantations. Wayanad, Thekkady, Munnar, Dudhsagar waterfall in Goa, and Ooty in Tamil Nadu are popular among travelers to flee the heat.