Weekend getaways from New Delhi
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New Delhi nicknamed as Dilli, Capital City of India is one of the most enthusiastic & happiest metro of all with full of day and night life. Delhi is full of bars, cafes, malls, cultural spots with no end to interesting places you can spend your day which will fill you with joy and many more. From Paranthe wali gali to Hauz Khas village or Great India Palace to Adventure Island, Delhi has everything you need. A recommended way to glimpse beneath the surface is to take one of the city’s tours, from a former street child’s view of Old Delhi to a cycle tour along the Yamuna.
Auli is considered among the best skiing destinations in India. It is a "Bugyal" which means meadow in the regional language, these green Bugyals turn into a sheet of white during winters. Dotted with apple orchards, oaks and deodars, Auli is a popular hill town with numerous ski resorts situated amidst the Himalayan range. The highly equipped ski guides will help you ski through the hills of Auli. The cable car ride from Joshimath is the only way to reach this beautiful place.
Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary is known for its tigers and is one of the best places in India to see these animals in their natural jungle habitat. It is one of the most popular wildlife reserve, know best for tiger photography. Ranthambore Fort lies within the Ranthambore National Park.
Kasol is a distinct destination and earned the tag of the Leisure Valley. It is surrounded by the mighty hills with the view of snow capped mountains. Kasol has given birth to a new era of living offering and retreat for the tired souls. Kasol is an ideal weekend vacation to relax in the company of nature. The abundant trekking and hiking options invited the adventure explorer to Kasol. The unexplored villages, treks, homely and cheap stays and world class cuisine at the cafes are the highlights of Kasol. The surprising hospitality of the hosts will fill your soul with joy and warmth.
Agra has a rich historical background, which is amply evident from the numerous historical monuments in and around the city. The earliest reference for Agra comes from the epical age when Mahabharata refer Agra as Agravana. When you talk about Agra, one thing has to stand out - yes, the Taj Mahal. Agra is host to the only one of the Seven Wonders of the World in India, Taj Mahal, which makes the whole country proud.
The area is best known as the home of Keoladeo National Park, an outstanding bird refuge that is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the winter, it's a stopover point for migrating birds and hundreds of species have been spotted. The best way to see the park is via bicycle rickshaw.
The town is surrounded by the mighty Himalayan ranges, with holy shrines on the top of their peaks dedicated to Goddesses Banari Devi, Kasar Devi and Sayahi Devi. The town is surrounded by thick forests of pine and fir trees that gives it the green cover to add to the beauty. It is known for its alluring natural beauty, panoramic views of Himalayas, rich cultural heritage, special handicrafts and delicious cuisines. It is perfect destination for backpackers and couples who are searching for peaceful and offbeat destination
The city of Scindias, Gwalior is undoubtedly the cultural capital of Madhya Pradesh. Whether you’re travelling solo or with family, the city is ideal for a weekend getaway.
Looking for the most thrilling water sport of all, Then Rishikesh is a perfect place to plan your next trip. Rafting in the Ganges is a experience which can't be explained in words you can only feel the adrenaline rush by indulging yourself in this adventurous activity. The river alongside is considered to be one of the holiest of all river in India and the city is renowned as a center for practicing yoga and meditation. Apart from River Rafting, Bungee Jumping in Rishikesh is the best in India.
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Jim Corbett National Park, which is a part of the larger Corbett Tiger Reserve, a Project Tiger Reserve lies in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. The magical landscape of Corbett is well known and fabled for its tiger richness. Established in the year 1936 as Hailey National Park, Corbett has the glory of being India's oldest and most prestigious National Park. It is also being honored as the place where Project Tiger was first launched in 1973. This unique tiger territory is best known as the father who gave birth of the Project Tiger in India to protect the most endangered species and the Royal of India called Tigers.
Orchha is a town in Tikamgarh district of Madhya Pradesh state, India. The town was established by Rudra Pratap Singh some time after 1501, as the seat of an eponymous former princely state of central India, in the Bundelkhand region. On a seasonal island on the bank of the Betwa River, which has been surrounded by a battlement wall, stands a huge palace-fort. The fort consists of several connected buildings erected at different times, the most noteworthy of which is the Raja Mahal. Numerous cenotaphs or chhatris dot the vicinity of the fort and the Betwa river. Elsewhere about the town there is an unusual variety of temples and tombs, including the Chaturbhuj temple, which is built on a vast platform of stone. The more unguarded and neglected of these buildings are popular hangouts for tropical bees, wasps, and other such excitable stinging creatures.
At the other end of the Apple-Belt of Himachal Pradesh, the last inhabited village of the Kinnaur region, Chitkul showcase its beautiful and majestic scenes. It lies at the edge of the Indo-Tibet border, and the last place where you can travel without a permit. The serene and untouched beauty of the places is something to behold you at Chitkul. The road from Sangla to Chitkul goes along the Baspa river surrounded with pine trees and apple orchards. Winters are altogether a different experience here, when the place mostly remains covered with the snow with only few guest house stay open as the sparse population happen to reside here at that time.
The village is located in a very scenic setting surrounding by mountains and rivers, with breathtaking views and scenery. You should take a trip to Kanatal if you’re looking for a destination that is not infested with tourists and is calm and unexplored. Kanatal serves mainly as a weekend getaway for the local populace. You can also take a walk through Kodia Jungle, which is a dense forest area located at a distance of around one kilometer away from Kanatal. You can spot a few wild animals by taking a ride through the jungle in a jeep, and you can also see many natural springs that are quite prevalent in the region.
Barot valley is a unexplored remote beauty of Himachal and a backpacker paradise. It offers many trekking trails, including trek to Bada Bhangal village, Thamsar Pass, Badagran, Rajgundha, Palachak, Manali and Kullu. Barot valley has a unique thing, its changes its colors from season to season from Green to pale brown to dark brown to snow white in case of snow. Travel every season to enjoy different view of nature. Barot village is also the gateway to the Nargu Wildlife Sanctuary, which lies across the Uhl river. The sanctuary is home to the monal, wild boar and ghoral. Through woods of cedar and pine a trek route cuts across the sanctuary to Kullu. You can enjoy many adventure activities from angling, rock climbing, river crossing, trekking and camping here.
The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) as a natural site has been inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage list. Mystical glaciers and unique ecological conditions of the Western Himalayas were salient features responsible for the park. The rare and endemic nature of many animal and plant communities at GHNP are of great interest to the travelers who love adventure and nature. A sight of the mysterious snow leopard is a visual enjoyment for wildlife photographers and untamed life lovers. Sparse human populations, exotic flora and fauna, camping and trekking adventures counts as the reason to visit here.
Karsog is a green delight of Himachal. The natural surroundings of Karsog are regarded as beautiful, with green forests and a pollution-free environment. A nearby getaway to Shimla is definitely a gift of nature to the travellers. It is a place crafted by the nature with fertile floors, wide valleys criss-crossed by streams, orchards and thick forests rise to touch snow-covered peaks. Karsog has some famous temples of Himachal including the Mamleshwar Mahadev, Kamksha Devi and Mahunag temples. The small villages and their age-old architecture give expression to the phrase ‘Picture Perfect’. Legends and folklore abound, and every one of the temples is a repository of local culture and an example of remarkable building skills that you will be able to see here.
Mukteshwar is an elevated, calm and secluded town, with a hilly and rocky topography. The town is surrounded with fruit orchards, coniferous forest and small villages around. The Mukteshwar Temple of Lord Shiva is the key attraction of this town, it is even called as 'Mukteshwar Mahadev'. This enchanting town is bliss in the Kumaon region with its breathtaking views, fresh breeze and a scenic splendor as the place turns magical during snowfall. Camping here is the most special thing to do when you are here. Rejuvenate an relax here in the camps at this enchanting retreat from large chaotic towns. You should not miss the chance to stay in the campsite at this unique topography. The place is delight of nature and adventure lovers as Nandi Devi, India's second highest peak is also visible from the hills of Mukteshwar, it is also a hotspot for rock climbing, trekking and Paragliding.
Naukuchiatal is a pretty camouflage, crammed with the musical serenade of the chirping flock. Embraced by majestic mountains and verdant greenery amidst the twisting mountain roads, this pretty hill station offers picture book sceneries. Even though this place is famed for the Magnificent Lake, an array of other fascinations is on offer in this panoramic locale. One among the natural marvels of Kumaon, Naukuchiatal is an idyllic location to enjoy the captivating compilations of rare butterflies and colourful parade of Himalayan birds. Apart from the green mountain ranges and iridescent bluish waters, this hilly resort offers a plethora of fascinating options to the sightseer. One can find the nature at its full bloom and the panoramic vista of mother nature cannot be portrayed through words. A picnic to this beautiful place offers one with the tempting challenges like paragliding, angling and fishing. Boating through the misty lakes watching the nature in its full bloom would be an alluring scenario.
Sarahan is a small picturesque village, located halfway up a high mountain side, the road to Sarahan winds past flowering Pine trees that give way to stately Oaks. This sparsely populated tract is steeped in ancient legends and here is the famous Bhimakali temple regarded as one of the Fifty One sacred Shaktipeethhs. This hamlet is a base camp for numerous treks and is the gateway to Kinnaur. It is a place of pilgrimage, a heaven for nature lovers and the temple complex attracts a variety of admirers that offers extraordinary travel experience.
As the village is very small in its area, one can easily explore the hidden gems of this village on foot. The major attraction of Nako Village is the Nako Lake which is located amidst extremely hilly terrains. Nako lies in Upper Kinnaur on the edge of remote spiti valley and an important centre of Tibetan Buddhism. It has 7 temples of different periods distributed all over the village, including a monastic complex on its western edge. It can be called almost the last attraction on the way to Malling Nullah. Malling Nullah is located in between Kinnaur and Spiti Valley and one of the most happening travel destinations of Himachal Pradesh.
Another high altitude remote village in the cold desert of Spiti Valley. It is untouched and away from tourists exploitation, the population of this village is not more than 100. Dhankar is an ideal place to have a peaceful stay in the Himalayas, there are few ancient monasteries and a short trek to Dhankar Lake to be the major attractions in the village. The fort monastery if the iconic monument of the village. Enjoy your stay with the rich culture of the ancient capital of Spiti Kingdom.
Places to visit near New Delhi
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