Tuesday, 10 May 2016

10 Getaways this Summer

Hey all.
How are you doing?

Summers in Delhi are too annoying and extremely hot! Want to escape this heat?
Here are the '10 Getaways this Summer' that won't bother your pocket much.

Budget5000 INR

Hope this helps!
Starting from my all time favourite-

Why Mussoorie?
It's is the nearest getaway hill station that touches Delhi, approx 290kms.
Pleasant weather anytime of the year.
It's in your budget place. You can get accommodation from 500 to 5000 INR per day.
You can stay at Bunkotel, which is located Opposite to Rope Way, Mall Road, if you're looking for clean and a very low budget accommodation option.


Why Almora?
On a height of 6,100 feet.
Almost 365 kms from Delhi. VERY beautiful and peaceful. 
A good getaway place for nature lovers and also pocket friendly.

Kosi river valley near Almora

Why Rishikesh?
Are you adventurous? Then why not Rishikesh?
This small city is famous amongst youngsters because of the adventurous sports, camping etc. 

File:Beaches in rishikesh.jpg

Why McLeodGanj?
Beautiful town, approx 6,831 feet above the sea level.
The most important Buddhist site in the town is Tsuglag Khang, the Dalai Lama's temple.
Like trekking?
You can take the TRIUND trek, it's a 10 kms trek (one side). 
Staying here won't be expensive.

Winter view of McLeodGanj.

The beautiful, TRIUND!

Why Manali?
The place with a lot of options and amazing weather, adventurous sports, skiing, WHAT NOT!
Approx 6,726 feet above sea level. Freezing cold in winters and moderately cool in summers.
This destination is in your budget!

Beas river and mountains as seen from Van Vihar, Manali.jpg
River Beas.

Why Dharamshala?
The beautiful and peaceful city of Dalai Lama's residence.
Dharamshala is the centre of the Tibetan exile world in India.
Places to visit in Dharamshala-

  • Mcleodganj Market Monastery
  • Dalai Lama Temple
  • Museum Dharamshala
  • HPCA (International Cricket Stadium Dharamshala)
  • War Memorial Dharamshala 
  • And many more!!!!

    Dharamshala Temple Bazar

    HPCA, Dharamshala

    7)  SHIMLA 

    Why Shimla?
    It is the capital city of Himachal Pradesh and extremely beautiful. There are still few buildings here since the British era. The famous one is the India Coffee House.
    Jakhu Temple is another eye-catching spot. It's an ancient temple, approx 4-5 kms trek from Shimla, Mall Road. It's the world's tallest statue of Lord Hanuman, a giant 108 feet high statue.
    Other eye-catching places are - The Christ Church, Scandal Point, Kufri, Himachal Statue Museum, Shimla glen, Shaily peak and MANY MORE!!!
    Also, this city is a strictly No-Smoking zone.

    8) KASOL

    Why Kasol?

    Because bro, it's KASOL :D
    It's situated in Parvati Valley. Situated 1640 meters above sea level.
    Very beautiful, peaceful Mini Israel. Kasol is at distance of 5 kilometre from holy place Manikaran. Kasol is ideal for a vacation if you want to chill in the lap of nature. The village is an open space by the banks of the Parvati River where one can spend lazy afternoons. 

    Visitors are attracted to the town because of its hospitality, beautiful environs, and wild charas, a hand-made hashish made from the cannabis that is plentiful to the area.

    Kasol is also famous for the rave parties. 


    Why Nainital?
    Small hill station famous for it's pear-shaped Lake
    People often come here specially for boating. This hill station is 6,837 ft. above sea level and weather is pleasing throughout the year.
    Nainital is also famous for it's Wildlife Sanctuary - Corbett National Park, the oldest national park in India. Best time to visit Corbett- 15 November to 15 June.

    Nainital lake during daytime.
    Nainital lake at night.

    Jim Corbett National Park.


    Why Kheerganga?

    Kheer Ganga is a small village in Parvati Valley.
    Trek to Kheer Ganga is a hilly terrain and involves loads of walking, trekking and hiking.
    Kheer Ganga has a religious significance as the elder son of Lord Shiva meditated here for almost 1000 years. Since then the place has spiritual significance for Hindu pilgrims.
    Beautiful sunsets, and a spectacular view of the lush green mountains are some of the options fosightseeing in Kheer Ganga.
    Kheer Ganga is best explored on foot as places are connected to each other via walking trails and wooden bridges.

    Aesthetic shot by my brother, while exploring Kheer Ganga. 


    1. Thnkss yeh sab jagah batane k liye kee it up virti gud ������

    2. Ahh!! Problem solved😃 Thanks bro🤘🏼

    3. Kitu ohh dat helped me finding two new places ....... Thanks to ur blog keep up

    4. It's really great...good blog dear..keep it up...

    5. Wonderful and informative. You helped us to visit new places. Great work.

    6. Wonderful and informative. You helped us to visit new places. Great work.

    7. Good job, very informative :)