5 A day healing escapes from Delhi!

  • Alwar : Being one of the oldest kingdom of Rajpoots, it has a number of Forts displaying fabulous works of architecture. Sariska wildlife is a paradise for animal lovers viz., tigers. You can also stretch your trip to Asia’s most haunted place, Bhangarh, which is around two hours away from Sariska Reserve.

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  • Bharatpur : It is a Utopian forest for birdwatchers, connected extensively to Delhi via roads and tracks. City fort and Museum are adding to its glory since pre – colonial time. You must taste local food while on a trip to Bharatpur. Famous Deeg Jalmahal and Fatehpur Sikri are around 20 kilometers from here.                                                                                          deeg                                                         bharatpur-alamy-d329mb

  • Agra : The land of Mughals with one of the seven wonders, Taj Mahal, is an evergreen plan for a day trip. The best time to go there is January, during Taj Mahostava, where you can witness magnificent works and performances of artists from all over the world. Other Places to visit in Agra are Shilpgram, Agra Fort, and Mahtab Bagh.

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  • Mathura and Vrindavan : There are almost 2-3 trains per hour between Delhi and Mathura, and Vrindavan is not more than  15 kilometers away from there. These are ideal places for a religious escape and to witness placidness in rustic life.                                                                               vrindavan

  • Dumduma Lake : It is an ideal place for picnic with family/friends or even if you wish to spend some time with yourself. The tranquil surroundings of Dumduma lake in Sohna district of Gurgaon are available with the activities like boating, paddling, camping and rock climbing.

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