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These weekend getaways from Delhi

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Highlights

  • These packages facilitate many reasons to cheer and enjoy the exciting weekends around Delhi without any inconvenience.

  • The scores of tourists all through the year visit Agra, known for the monument that is an undying symbol of love- Taj Mahal.

These weekend getaways from Delhi keep the tourists away from the humdrum of their daily routine life and make their weekend truly great and memorable. To kick off the stressful days and rejuvenate the body; the weekend holiday packages offered by the different travel agencies can be of a good help. These packages facilitate many reasons to cheer and enjoy the exciting weekends around Delhi without any inconvenience.


Jim Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett National Park, located in Uttarakhand, is the oldest national park in the country. It is the natural hub of many wild animals, especially the Bengal tigers. The wonderful and large variety of flora and fauna are also found in the park. The pictorial and wonderful view of the park captivates the attention of the tourists and provides an unforgettable experience. 258kms from Delhi


Mathura:
Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna, is one of the renowned religious  tourist destinations in the country. It is located on the western riverside of the Yamuna River in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The city is also known as ‘Brajbhoomi’ representing the 3000 years old culture and civilization of the country. This pilgrim destination is visited not only by the Hindus, but by the followers of other religions as well such as the Buddhists, Brahmanical Jain and so on.
Around 182kms from Delhi 

Vrindavan: 
Vrindavan is a transcendental home of the Lord Krishna. It is situated in Uttar Pradesh. There are numbers of ancient and modern temples, which are famous among the pilgrimage tourists. According to the Hindu mythological scripts, Lord Krishna eternally resides in Vrindavan and never leaves this place. Some of the famous temples that the travelers can visit here are Madan-Mohan, Radha Vallabh, Banke-Bihari and Shahji. Around 181kms from Delhi


Haridwar:
Haridwar is one of the famous religious destinations of the country. It is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas in the state of Uttarakhand. It is one of the seven holiest places of the Hindus. The large flock of tourists and devotees comes here from all over the globe. The scenic beauty and spiritual fervor of the great attractions like Har-Ki-Pauri, Mansa Devi, Sapt Rishi and many more, makes the trip to Haridwar truly memorable. Around 220kms from Delhi


Rishikesh:
Rishikesh is a small hilly town in Uttarakhand. It is a beautiful blend of spirituality and natural grace. Situated in the astounding lap of the mighty Himalayas, the city has wonderful natural beauty, religious fervor, lovely weather that attracts a flock of backpackers throughout the year. However, what allures the visitors the most is an incredible range of adventure activities that Rishikesh has to offer. One can indulge in various enthralling adventure activities in Rishikesh such as the trekking, white water rafting, cliff hanging and much more. Around 239kms from Delhi


Agra:
The scores of tourists all through the year visit Agra, known for the monument that is an undying symbol of love- Taj Mahal. It is the land of architectural marvels that were built by the Mughal rulers. It is an amazing city of Uttar Pradesh, known throughout the globe for the wonderful edifices like Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, Itmad-ud-Daulah’s Tomb and Agra Fort. Around 230kms from Delhi


Bharatpur:
Situated in the state of Rajasthan, Bharatpur is well-planned captivating city. It is renowned for the Keoladeo National Park  also known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. This national park is a paradise for the bird watchers and many beautiful kinds of migratory birds can be found here like Siberian Crane, Pelicans, Egrets, Cranes, Geese and Ducks. Around 220kms from Delhi


Nainital:
Nainital is among the best hill stations of India well-known for its striking beauty and natural splendor. The picturesque charm of this pristine hill station situated in Uttarakhand, attracts a number of tourists to spend pleasant and unforgettable vacations amidst the tranquil and scenic ambiance. The place is famous with the name of Lake Paradise, and is also a popular honeymoon destination. Around 305kms from Delhi


Mussoorie:
Situated in Uttarakhand, Mussoorie is one of the best places to enjoy the weekend tours around Delhi. This place is regarded as the ‘Queen of Hills’ and is perhaps a paradise on the Earth. There is immeasurable natural beauty all around that just zaps the tourists. Located at an altitude of approximately 7000fts, Mussoorie offers commanding sights of snow-capped peaks in the northeast and the extensive jaded Doon valley towards its south. Around 273kms from Delhi


Jaipur:
Jaipur, the pink city of Rajasthan is famous for its magnificence, glory and a hued civilization. There are numerous tourist attractions in Jaipur that can be explored during the vacations. The city is a home to three splendid forts namely Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort. Traveling  in this bewitching  city provides the charm that lasts forever in the tourist’s mind. Around 275kms from Delhi


Ranthambore:
Ranthambore, a tiny village in Rajasthan is a perfect place for the wildlife lovers. This beautiful region with rich flora and fauna is home to the world famous Ranthambore National Park. This park is a wildlife reserve that is an abode of many animals and birds.   Ranthambore is an ideal tourist place that also contains historic ruins and mesmerizing natural beauty. Around 380kms from Delhi


Ranikhet:
Ranikhet, situated on the Kumaon Hills in the state of Uttarakhand, offers lush greenery and mountain beauty. It is the ideal destination for honeymooners and adventure enthusiasts. An adventure lover can visit the thrilling treks; explore the forests and many hidden beauties of the Ranikhet. The forests of the hill station are home to some exotic varieties of flora and fauna. Around 365kms from Delhi


Almora:
Almora is a popular tourist destination in Kumaon region nestled in the East of Uttarakhand. The spectacular panoramic view of the Himalayas, lush green forests, valleys and gushing mountain streams, attracts scores of tourists from all over the globe. The town is popular as the ‘Switzerland of India’ because of its outstanding natural beauty, delicate handicrafts, rich cultural heritage and the exotic wildlife. Around 370kms from Delhi


Shimla:
Shimla’s popularity is certainly untouchable. It is a capital of Himachal Pradesh and an appealing place where the mountains make the tourists excited and forests give them the thrill. The bazaars of Shimla have the quaint touch and its theatres have a historic appeal. Around 354kms from Delhi


Manali:
Manali is the popular hill station situated at the northern end of the Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh. Many tourists visit this place to indulge in adventure sports, or to celebrate the honeymoon. The air, water, alpine blooming trees, snow-clad mountains and chirping of the birds- all these delightful things make Manali very refreshing and energetic. Around 537kms from Delhi


Kullu:
The religious and adventurous hill station of Kullu is situated amidst the evergreen and beguiling Himalayas where the tranquil ambience of River Beas is widely sprinkled. This hill station is famous among the tourists as the valley of faith.   .Flanked by the forbidding pinnacles of the Greater Himalayas and fabled with the Silver Valley of shining colorful flowers, Kullu is the perfect hill station for those who wish to experience the revitalizing affection of the Mother Nature. Around 498kms from Delhi


Kufri:
Kufri is an astounding hill station located at the foothills of the Himalayas, in the state of Himachal Pradesh. In the local language, ‘Kufri’ means the lake. A lot of adventure enthusiasts travel here during the winter season for tobogganing and skiing along its snow-clad mountains. Trekking through the lush green forests of Kufri is the best way to explore the picturesque beauty of the region. Some of the attractions of Kufri are Mahasu Peak, Himalayan Natural Park, etc Around 367kms from Delhi


Ajmer:
The religious city of Ajmer is situated in the southwest of Jaipur, Rajasthan. It is among the most sacrosanct places for both the Muslims and Hindus. It is the beautiful city surrounded by the spectacular Aravalli mountain range. This place is also popular for its silver jewelry and handicraft items. The world famous ‘Dargah Sharif’, which is a mausoleum of the Sufi Saint Khwaza Moinuddin Chishti, is a major religious and tourism attraction of Ajmer. Around 400kms from Delhi


Bikaner:
Bikaner is located in the north of Rajasthan. It is the city noted for its sand dunes, sculptured temples, magnificent places and rich cultural heritage. The place is known as the bloomed beauty in the desert. The exotic camel safaris and majestic forts are the major attractions of the Bikaner. Travelers from all over the globe throng to this mystic place during the camel festival held every year in the month of January. Around 426kms from Delhi


Udaipur: 
The romantic city of Udaipur is situated in the state of Rajasthan. It boasts of exquisite lakes that makes this city one of the must visit destinations in India. It is known for its pristine lakes, appealing palaces, temples and other edifices. The picturesque city is surrounded by the Aravalli Hills and lies on the bank of the enticing Pichola Lake. Around 688kms from Delhi


Dharamshala:
Nestled in the lap of Western Himalayas, Dharamshala is known as the Little Lhasa in Himachal Pradesh. It is popular for its immaculate scenic beauty and serenity. The background of the place is highly enticing due to the snow-capped peaks of Dhauladhar’s reign. Timber, pine trees and tea gardens surround the place and make the view truly magical. Around 481kms from Delhi


Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary:
Sultanpur Bird sanctuary is situated in the National Capital Region (NCR)-Gurgaon. This place is a home for both the local and migratory bird species. Some of the rare bird species found here are Little Cormorant, Cattle Egret, White Ibis, etc. The sanctuary is located around the renowned Sultanpur Lake. The sanctuary has a tropical climate and October to March is the best time to visit here


Lansdowne:
Lansdowne is an astounding and exotic location. It is a famous hill station situated in Uttarakhand. Lansdowne was once the summerhouse during the British Raj. The wonderful weather, serene environment and secluded weather of the place make it an ideal getaway for the tourists. Summer is the best time to visit here.


Dalhousie:
Dalhousie is located on the outer slopes of Dhauladhar Mountains in Chamba district, Himachal Pradesh. Dalhousie allures a large number of tourists and is a renowned honeymoon destination. The five hills that surround Dalhousie are Petreyn, Bakrota, Tehra, Balun and Kathlog. These hills render a picturesque beauty to this appealing and tranquil hill station. Around 550kms from Delhi


Jodhpur:
 Jodhpur is a popular tourist destination of Rajasthan and the second largest city of the state. This city is known for numerous historical monuments, forts, palaces and temples. The city is set in the marvelous scenery of the Thar Desert. Not only for the historical places, but Jodhpur is famous for its good-quality wooden furniture as well. This tourist destination enjoys sunny weather all round the year and therefore it is also known as the Sun City. Some of the prominent attractions of the place are Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mehrangarh Palace, Kaman Art Gallery, etc. Around 608kms from Delhi


Jaisalmer:
Jaisalmer is famous as the Golden City of the Rajasthan. It is the land of unbelievable picturesque beauty, rustic desert lifestyle, regal palaces and forts, and prominent architectural splendors. The city  is beautifully nestled in the heart of Thar Desert. Besides sightseeing, the city has many other captivating tourist attractions like camel safari, camping and advent tours. Around 757kms from Delhi


Varanasi:
Varanasi is situated on the bank of river Ganges in the state of Uttar Pradesh. It is also known as a city of temples. The soaring Ghats and temples combine holy burn in the whole atmosphere that enslaves the soul of the tourists and provides memorable experience.  The splendid town is an adobe of the hundreds of shrines. The Kashi Vishwanath temple is the most important of them. Around 816kms from Delhi

 

 

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