Holi Weekend Ahead – Plan A Trip In Style


Its never late to plan a getaway and what better it could be on the occasion of holi. A good 3 day vacation can be relaxful, rejuvenating and refreshing. Take a look at these destinations around you to plan one

Coorg

1Popularly known as the scotland of India, Coorg is a picturesque place in the heart of southern indian peninsula. Nestled among the lush greenery of Western Ghats, this place makes a cool and great holiday destination for every traveler. Also don’t forget to satisfy the foodie within you, try their signature bamboo shoot curry and kadambuttu.

Must see:

Abbey Falls
Namdroling Monastery
Dubare Elephant Camp

Kasauli

2Nestled between the dense pine trees, Kasauli is a small town in Himachal. The snow clad mountains, pleasant weather and some thick fauna makes it a quiet retreat for every traveller. The town of cantonment also has a brewery, the oldest in asia making some finest whiskey.

Must see:

Gilbert Trail
Shri Baba Balak Nath Temple
Manki Point – Hanuman Temple

Kochi

3Known for its small islands and backwaters, kochi sports a good old charm and leisure. Covered by the beach on one side, kochi is also a busy commercial port with lot of historical trading activities. The city mainly comprise of some beautiful palaces, beaches and a popular shopping destination among women. This place also known as a gateway to popular hill station like munnar and periyar national park.

Must see:

Kerala Kathakali Centre
Maritime Museum Kochi
Subhash Park

Lonavala

4Situated close to pune and mumbai, lonavala is a popular hillstation nestled in the range of sahyadri mountains. This is a perfect place to in any season of the year, surrounded by thick forest lonavala has some pristine lakes, waterfalls and dams built beside the lake. Don’t forget to try the crisp corn pakodas and a visit to cooper’s for their popular chocolate walnut fudge.

Must see:

Lohagad Fort
Della Adventure
Narayani Dham Temple

Manali

5Apart from being known for its breath taking views and places, Manali has a very strong divine connection due to the age old temples and monasteries which are attracting tourists irrespective of their age and greed to travel . Places like Rohtang pass, Solang valley continues to amaze tourists, you can also look at planning a few adventure activities like paragliding, river rafting and zorbing with your loved one.

Must see:

Beas River 
Hidimba Devi Temple
Solang Valley

Ooty

6Also known as Ootacamund, Ooty is at 7347 ft above the sea level and was developed by the British raj in 19th century. The queen of hill stations has beautiful places to visit making it an ideal family holiday destination. During the month of April and June this place is an ideal choice to escape the heat and unwind. A favorite among nature lovers, the botanical gardens play host to an annual festival held in the month of May.

Must see:

Toy Train
Emerald Lake
Dolphin’s Nose

Darjeeling

7Once the summer capital of popular British raj, darjeeling is one of the favourite hill station for most of the travellers across India. Widely known for its tea plantations, distinct tibetian influenced culture and cuisine darjeeling is an absolute delight for everyone. A few unique experiences include the toy train, Ropeway cable car and visit to the monasteries.

Must see:

Kanchenjunga Mountain
Japanese Peace Pagoda
Batasia Loop

Jaipur

8A city with different shades to it, Jaipur (city of victory) is one of the most popular city for every traveler visiting India and from India. The magnificent forts and lakes of Nahargarh – Jaigarh, monuments like Hawa mahal, city palace and jantar mantar will be part of itinerary of every tourist. When visiting these monuments, make sure to go up to the topmost floor that offers panoramic views of the Jaipur city

Must see:

Hawa Mahal – Palace of Wind
Albert Hall Museum
Birla Mandir Temple
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