Delhi has amazing weekend getaways that one can explore at least once in their lifetime. If you are going to Delhi this weekend, then you can check out some places where you can enjoy outdoor adventure activities, summertime getaways to the hills, safaris and camping weekends, and also different cultural experiences. The reason why these places are one of the top choices is that they offer good accommodation facilities and also have different travel options for different types of travelers such as solo travelers, families with kids, couples, groups, or friends.
Jibhi, Tirthan Valley:
Jibhi is one of the most attractive places located in the Tirthan Valley of Himachal Pradesh. Called a hamlet by many, Jibhi offers amazing views of green trees, peaceful lakes, religious temples, and colorful mountains. You would want to feel connected and also get a feel of living in the times of the Victorian Era where there are cozy cottages in which you can live. Simply relax in nature with a cup of tea and listen to the different sounds of nature.
It is quite enchanting to visit Lansdowne, a hill town located in Uttarakhand’s Pauri district, 258 kilometers from Delhi. This hill region is heaven for bird watchers, casual hikers, and weekend visitors from the NCR. It is surrounded by oak and pine forests and has designed from the colonial era spread around.
Kasol, Himachal Pradesh:
Himachal’s Kasol is a lovely small village situated on the banks of the Parvati River. Kasol, is a famous tourist location that is gaining a lot of attention from trekkers, backpackers, and nature lovers. No wonder why it is sometimes called the “Amsterdam of India.” One can simply check out the snow-covered mountains, pine trees, and gurgling rivers in Kasol, which is situated 23 km from Bhuntar and near the religious town of Manikaran.
Rishikesh (also known as Hrishikesh) is located in the Himalayan foothills and is famous for adventure sports, historic temples, and popular cafes. When you visit the place, you will understand the reason why it is called the “Yoga Capital of the World.”
Sethan Valley, Manali:
A beautiful village named Sethan can be located in gorgeous Himachal Pradesh. This Buddhist community is a small hamlet that peeks over the Dhauladhar range and is found around 12 kilometers from Manali. The best weekend vacation from Delhi can be just to watch the Sethan Valley in the winter season.
Kuchesar, Uttar Pradesh:
Kuchesar is a small village in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr District, which is just 80 kms away from Delhi. The village is surrounded by huge green fields and has a village and mud fort. The Kuchesar Fort also understood as Rao Raj Vilas is a fort from the 8th century that was converted into a heritage resort.
When you travel to these places, make sure to click many photographs and put up your ratings and reviews on Google for the places that you check-in. This will ideally help other visitors traveling from foreign countries to know which places to visit and which can be skipped.