Sudden plans to travel? No need to worry we’ve got you covered with some places you can visit easily this weekend!
- Amritsar, Punjab –
It is an ideal destination for a weekend getaway. Especially after the chaotic last few days, celebrating Diwali!
Visit Amritsar to attain the peace that you have been longing for, with the serene beauty.
You can take a quick 30-minute flight or reach through a train journey that takes less than 6 hours and the stay is not a problem ever with rooms available in the temple itself.
- Jaisalmer, Rajasthan –
Rajasthan’s only living fort is itself a treat to visit, for children and adults alike. But the fantastic part about travelling to Jaisalmer is that you can watch a magnificent firework display either from the fort or with the fort as the backdrop. Let this Diwali vacation also double up as a lesson in history and culture. From the Patwonki Haveli to the Jain temples and a desert safari, Jaisalmer offers a glimpse into the rich culture of the Rajputs. And oh, if none of that works, a little spooky tour of the abandoned village of Kuldhara can always bring some excitement to your Diwali.
- Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand –
India’s first national park, Jim Corbett holds a special space amongst the nature reserves in India. Named after the legendary British hunter-turned-conservationist, author and naturalist, the park is where Project Tiger was initiated. Also, the jeep safari and elephant safari at the national park are definitely an adventure you can go for this Diwali weekend.
- Shimla, Himachal Pradesh –
Shimla offers some great opportunities for trekking, camping and river rafting. And if all else fails, there’s always the Hip Hip Hurray Amusement Park to fall back on.
There is snow and what else do we need?!
- Manesar, Haryana –
Just a short drive from Delhi and NCR regions, Manesar has a few resorts that are extremely beneficial for recreational purposes.
One can go and relax at any of these resorts and we assure you that it will be worth it!