9 Weekend Getaways From Delhi Which You Can Explore In 1Night/2Days
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9 Weekend Getaways From Delhi Which You Can Explore In 1Night/2Days

Many of us would understand how tiring it is to work and live in a city like Delhi; it is not always your body that gets tired, sometimes it is the soul itself that starts to drain. And often, you feel like refreshing yourself by going away from all the hustle-bustle of the city. With this feeling, there is nothing better than a short weekend getaway that refreshes you from your heart to your soul. Additionally, if the getaway trip can be enjoyed over two off days, you can undemandingly go back to your usual work-life. After the trip, you even feel refreshed and more powerful. At least, powerful enough to take on all the craziness of the world all over again. So, here is the list of 9 weekend getaways from Delhi which we can explore in one night and two days.

Binsar: Get A Breathtaking 300-Degree View of the Himalayas.
A favourite spot for bird watchers, trekkers and passionate travellers, Binsar is one of the less-travelled places near Delhi. Besides many scenic views, it offers a breathtaking 300-degree view of the mighty Himalayas. It also offers a beautiful view of peaks such as Panchachuali and Kedarnath. Several spots with a majestic view of rising and setting sun make the visit to Binsar even more refreshing. Its perfect setting and weather have also made it an exquisite spot for newlyweds. Other than all the blissful sceneries, Binsar also offers thick forest cover of Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. The presence of more than two hundred species of birds makes Binsar a bird watcher’s paradise.

Distance From Delhi: 385 km

Bir Billing: Two in One, Bir and Billing

These two different names, Bir and Billing have always been regarded as one. All because of the fact that these places together offer an incredible site for paragliding to not only people from India but also to visitors from all around the globe. While Billing serves as the launching site for gliders, the landing site lies in the southern part of Bir. Apart from paragliding, the place is also popular for hand gliding, mountain biking and raw camping. It was also a venue in the Paragliding World Cup in 2015 and 2018.  The place offers thrill and adventure on one hand and peace of the Himalayan mountains on the other.

Bir Tibetan Colony that was established as a refugee settlement only adds to the purity of this place. The colony houses numerous charming monasteries and temples. Visiting them is a treat for the soul. Besides this, shopping from the Tibetan markets and treating yourself with true Tibetan cuisines are some of the things that shouldn’t be missed. All thanks to the influence of Tibetan culture over the years, restaurants and cafes of this place offer some lip-smacking Tibetan food. Make sure you at least try one dish when you visit the place.

Distance From Delhi: 515 km

Chakrata: Rappel the Waterfalls

Home to the highest waterfall in Uttarakhand, Chakrata is a small region with military installations near Dehradun. This town is also known for its tall pine trees that scent the whole air of the region. Because of its secluded location, the place is an ideal spot for camping. Plus, the abundance of waterfalls in the region has encouraged adventure sports like waterfall rappelling. You cannot miss a chance to feel the rush of water falling continuously on your head while you rappel down the falls. The town is yet to be completely explored and not many people visit the place. It also doesn’t have a great number of restaurants and cafes. But this only adds up to the exclusivity of the place.

Distance From Delhi: 330 km

Kanatal: A Perfect Hill-top Experience

If you are looking for some quality time in the mountains then visiting Kanatal which offers a perfect hill-top experience is the ideal spot. A walk through the Kodai jungle in Kanatal is filled with uncountable scenic views. The jungle also caters to many adventure activities like rock climbing, rope climbing, zip-lining etc. The place is nearby Tehri Dam and a visit there for enjoying water sports is a must thing to do as the place is a special attraction for exciting water sports such as Banana Boat Ride, Jet-Skiing, Surfing, Motor Boat Ride. A little dose of adrenaline from these sports will definitely spark the energy in you.

Distance From Delhi: 320 km

Parashar Lake: A Dent of ‘Bheem Smash’

Snow-capped mountains surrounding the beautiful blue lake with fast-flowing cold water of river Beas, Parashar lake is one stunning place to rejuvenate your mind. Along with the amazing setting, the stories of the lake is also quite intriguing. According to the legends, the lake was created as a dent in the land by Bheem, who was one of the Pandavas. Bheem smashed the land with his hands and created this gorgeous lake. The picture-perfect blue lake is a peaceful yet exciting place to visit. Trek to Parashar lake offers amazing views of several beautiful water streams and forest trails alongside the marvellous view of mountains in Kullu valley. Another exciting thing about the lake is that the depth of it is still not known. No one has been able to find the depth of the lake.

Distance From Delhi: 480 km

Sattal: A Wonder With Seven Lakes

You may get mesmerized by the unreal beauty of this wondrous place that cradles seven different lakes together. The site of these freshwater lakes against the backdrop of tall oak and pines trees is out of this world. You would surely like to boat around in these lakes and enjoy the sunset. The desirable weather of Sattal makes it a perfect spot not just for travellers but also for migratory birds. If you visit the place during the season, you would be amazed to see so many different species of birds flying across the lakes. Hands down, the place is worth your time.

Distance From Delhi: 280 km

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Lansdowne: An Old Yet Handsome Military Garrison

This vintage hill station is a true testament of the royalty of the British Indian Army. It’s a cantonment town with the serenity of tall mountain and deep valleys. A few of the things that stand out in Landowne are Tip N Top View Point that sits atop a ridge overlooking the town, St. Mary Cathedral Church and the 150-year old cemetery which still is haunted if locals are to be believed. Serene surrounding along with pleasant weather lets the town host no commotion and hence, this place is one of best Weekend Getaways From Delhi.

Distance From Delhi: 260 km

Nag Tibba: The Highest in the Lesser Himalayas.

Nag Tibba range is an unadulterated beauty that is relatively still not known to many. It sits on the highest point in the Lesser Himalayas and offers a breathtaking view of the peaks of the Himalayas. The town is also known for some of the thrilling treks and is even considered among favourites of rookie trekkers. Lesser people travelling to this place has made it an exclusive spot. You would love to spend some quality time with friends and family alike.

Distance From Delhi: 355 km

Nainital: The Lake City

There is nothing more soothing than a serene surrounding and soothing sound of the gushing lake water. If you don’t believe it, visiting the stunning resort town of Nanital will make you believe it. The place truly offers an experience that stays for a lifetime. This beautiful town also offers stunning views of a lake; you can hop on the ropeway ride and see for yourself how beautiful the lake looks from an aerial view. The 3-minute rope ride takes you to Snow Point which gives a mesmerising view of the Himalayas.

Distance From Delhi: 330 km

It’s never a bad idea to take an escape from the usual life and treat yourself by being a little bit closer to nature. Keep Hustling and Keep Smiling!

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Blog By : Anurag Singh