Best Places In India To Travel With Your BFF
So the time of year has finally come, when we all are truly, madly and deeply in love with the weather. This season is one of the best times to travel. Especially when it comes to exploring places in India, you can go almost anywhere in the country and enjoy the weather. With no rains or harsh winters, you can bask that perfect winter sun while sipping coffee (Or Beer) with your BFF. Here are some places to explore with your friends this year.
1. Leh Ladakh Road Trip
This is a place which is like on top of every solo traveler or if you want to make memories of a lifetime. This is like a destination that tops out bucket list places to visit. You can travel via Delhi, to Manali, Rohtang Pass to finally Leh. Depending upon your speed and acclimatisation
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it can take 2-4 days for you to reach Leh. If you are looking for a short break to this serenity you have the option to directly catch a flight from Delhi as well.
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2. Prashar Lake
It is popularly known as an oasis in the hills. The place is about 49 km from the Mandi district. You can plan a short camping trip at this place. The place is quiet, calm and offers a spectacular view of the Dhauladhar range. The best time of the year to visit this place is during the autumn season. Avoid traveling during the rains.
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3. Goa- The Ultimate Party Destination
This is an obvious option. But this is important to add this in the list. Goa is like the ultimate destination for you to travel with your friends. It has a lot of affordable options to stay, so you can plan a budget trip. The best part about Goa is, you get a lot of options to do here. There is a vibe of the party in the Goan air. You can do a lot of water sports, cliff dive, and sightseeing and visit some of the most happening discs in Goa. You can also enjoy the carnival if you plan to go during the Christmas and New Years.
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4. Rishikesh- Adventure & Thrill
So pack your bags this weekend and travel to Rishikesh. There are a number of things you can do. You can start by buying a cheap camp and sporting package. In this, you can get yourself a tent near the river and make those AISHA inspired dream parties to come true with your friends. You can also have a 21km river rafting ride with your pack. There are some spots on the way where you can get those adrenaline rushes. It is definitely something you need to add to our bucket list.
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This is yet another road trip you can do with your BFF. Kaza, the capital of Spiti, offers a scintillating view of the great Himalayas. You can plan and take part in a number of treks that starts from Kaza.
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You can find one of the biggest settlements here at Kaza, in spite of being at such a remote and inaccessible location.
6. Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Plan a trip to the least explored part of India. Take part in exploring the life beneath the sea. Pack your bags and plan a trip to these beautiful islands. You will surely come back with some mind-blowing underwater snorkeling and deep-sea diving memories. And for those aqua lovers, this place is nothing less than paradise in India.
Why plan for those expensive Europe trips when you can travel on a budget to Andaman and Nicobar Islands
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Travel to the land of gods. Sikkim is one of the cleanest cities in India. You can take a break and escape that maddening crowd and take resort at Sikkim. The place has a typical mystical essence of Buddhism and a host of monasteries.
So, what are you waiting for?
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