Tracking is practiced all over the world. Especially during the rainy days, tourists like to go on trekking. However, there is a disparity in the choice of tourists. Some tourists go for trekking to the hill station, while some prefer to go for forest trekking. If you also love nature, then definitely visit these places for trekking during rainy days. However, strictly follow the Corona guidelines during the journey. This lowers your risk of infection. Come, let’s know everything about the tracking spot-
Tally Valley, Arunachal Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh has many beautiful forests. In recent times, this forest has become popular all over the world for trekking. You can see different types of animals and birds in the Tally Valley Forest. At the same time, tall trees further enhance the beauty of the forest. You can go to Tally Valley for trekking.
Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Kanha National Park is popular across the country. There are 22 types of mammals found here. Tiger i.e. tiger can be easily seen here. Kanha National Park is famous for jungle safaris and jungle trekking. Jungle trekking is trending after the release of the movie Jungle Book.
It is the oldest national park in Maharashtra. Many types of wildlife can be seen in this park. Especially you can also see the tiger. Tadoba is called Bambu Jungle. It is the best destination for trekking during monsoon days. The atmosphere remains very pleasant during this season. Whenever you get a chance, definitely visit Tadoba Forest. Do visit Tadoba especially during the monsoon days.
Dandeli is located in the Western Ghats of Karnataka. The city is situated on the banks of the Kali River. Where, tourists enjoy water rafting and kayaking. You can also see many rare birds on the banks of the river. You can also enjoy safari in the Wildlife Sanctuary on the banks of Dandeli. In addition, there is Supa Dam 22 km from Dandeli. In addition, Dandelappa Temple is located in the city. Whenever you go to Karnataka, definitely visit Dandeli.