The best thing about working and living in the city of Delhi, famously known as the heart of India is that there are many options to explore here. But when planning a trip, you can not understand where to spend the holidays.
There are hilly, trek, river, waterfalls and many more. There are places that give some relief to tourists from their daily bustle lives. And there are some unusual getaways that are far from crowded, where you might experience a different adventure.
1. Sangla in Baspa Valley
Sangla Getaway is a small town situated between Karchem and Chitakul. Thi is also referred to as the Sangla valley, in the Kinnaur District of Himachal Pradesh. The escape of this getaway requires you to beat the heat of the summer. Although the city will take you back in time due to its pastoral charm, the real thrill of the journey of Sangla is in the valley of Baspa. The high mountain covered with snow-clad peaks, the valley explains the beauty of nature. To fully enjoy the beauty here, we recommend staying in the wild instead of a hotel in the center of the valley. Accommodation is available in many places to make your stay memorable.
You can also make a short journey to the Chitkul village from Sangla along with nearby spots such as Rakcham, Kamru Fort, Trout Farm and Sangla Buddhist monastery.
2. Dhanachuli a little village in Uttrakhand
About 26 km from Bhimtal in Uttarakhand, Dhanachuli village of Kumayun Hills is an ideal weekend for those who wish to travel with a beaming tour of nature.
Dhanachuli is a small village, where the weather is always pleasant, apple-laden orchards and beautiful mountain views. The best part is that the people here are very friendly and offer a fantastic return from the busy city life.
The beauty of this place is unpolluted and unaffected till date and so accommodation options are growing rapidly. A short trek and nature walks are ideal in this unspoilt location. The best way to reach Dhanachuli is to take a morning train to Kathgodam station fro Delhi.
3. Kheerganga in Parvati Valley (Kullu Valley)
If there is a place in India that is in the list of all the Trekking lovers, then it should be Kheerganga. About this trek, people say that the trek is so beautiful that physical exercise feels like a picnic. it is surrounded by a dream natural pool. It is covered with snow, but it is heated by natural hot springs.
If you are going to Kullu Manali from Delhi for the trek of Kheerghanga, you will have to go through Bhunter, which will take approximately 14 hours walk. Then you will need to go to the Barshaini and this trip will take about 4 hours continuous trek. As a guide, we suggest going on the rest till the end, because thrill & fun lies in the journey through the hills.