20 Places To Hangout In Delhi With Your Friends: 2024
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Delhi Eye, Shootout Zone, Rose Cafe, Cha Bar, Fun N Food Village, Kingdom of Dreams, Hauz Khas Social, Red Fort, Big Yellow Door Cafe and many other places.

Searching for amazing places in Delhi to hangout? Well, you’ll be amused by the classic collection of lively hangout spots that include the Delhi Eye, Shootout Zone, Play Boy Club, and more such known names. With these places, you can dance out on the rhythmic beats or can grab a signature cocktail they are known for. 

Some of the well-renowned places in Delhi to hang out with friends are Hauz Khas Social, Kitty Su, Cha Bar, and Privee where you witness a combination of elegant dining and lively vibes. Apart from this, you can even head to the Ssky Bar & Lounge and enjoy the shimmery skyline of Delhi with a rooftop bar and dine-in. Whether you are planning a visit with your bunch of folks or partner, these astounding places leave no stone unturned to make your day a memorable one. 

Here is the list of places to hangout in Delhi:

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Starting point & Endpoint: Vijay Path, opposite South Block of Secretariat

Group Size: 8 

Delhi is famous for its tourist attractions, Indian history, and food. And the aim of this tour is to provide local insight experience in Delhi but in an adventurous way with a segway.

Segway is a two-wheeled, battery-powered electric vehicle which is included in the package, At the beginning of the tour, the tour leader and instructor will provide you 5-10 minutes of hands-on orientation session explaining to you how to drive a segway safely. In addition, you will have to wear the safety gears like helmet, elbow pads, and knee pad which we shall be provided during the tour.

As a part of daily hygiene protocol, proper care of hygiene and sanitation is maintained all through to ensure the utmost care and personal safety of the guests.

There are 3 different itineraries to choose from:

​Delhi Art District Tour
The duration of this tour is 1-hour including the orientation session. The itinerary is best suitable for art lovers since the lanes offer 50+ murals along the way. A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling, or other permanent surfaces. You will get to visit the colours of the soul by SENKOE, mural near Khanna Market, art by Yip Yew Ching, Sam Lo’s mural, art with the message of justice, equality, health and fortune, and many more. 

​​Lutyen’s Delhi Tour​
Lutyens' Delhi is an area in New Delhi that is named after the British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. He was responsible for building a lot of famous architectural structures. The duration​ of this tour is one hour including the orientation session at the start point of the tour​. You will be covering the Secretariat​, ​Rashtrapati Bhawan (subject to permission of security personnel)​, ​Parliament House​, ​the scenic beauty surrounding the Ministry buildings on Rajpath​, ​various government buildings​, ​Amar Jawan Jyoti​, ​India Gate​, and finally conclude the whole tour at the start point.​​

Historic Delhi Tour
The duration of this tour is 1 hour and 45 minutes including the orientation session at the start point of the tour. This tour is an add-on to the Lutyen's tour. You will be covering places such as Secretariat, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Parliament House, the scenic beauty surrounding the Ministry buildings on Rajpath, various government buildings, etc. The add on in this tour will be Baroda House (the residence of the Maharaja of Baroda in Delhi), Pragati Maidan​, ​Purana Quila​, ​Delhi Zoo​, ​Masjid Khairul Manzil​, and many more amazing places. 

How to Reach: 
Karol Bagh metro station is the closest to the starting point at just a 2-minute rickshaw ride. You can also take a private taxi to reach the starting point.

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Everyday New Delhi wakes up to its imperial history, an era of independence and continues on a cosmopolitan high note. This is what we would experience on the cycling tour by listening to a beautifully crafted story about modern Delhi's transformation after the British Raj.

The magnanimous campuses and Majestic Lutyens zone conjure up the past European era and India’s independence fused in an unusual way that will just woo your senses. We will also visit various historical sites such as India Gate, President's Estate, and a Sikh temple (Gurudwara Bangla Sahib) where we experience the art of gratitude through a communal meal called 'langar'.

Our tour will culminate over the breakfast/lunch, new friendships and stories to take home. 

Timings: 06:30 AM to 10:00 AM
Meeting Point: Hotel Broadway, Asaf Ali Road
Minimum age required: 8 years
Group Size: Maximum 10 people
Minimum number of people required to book this activity: 1

How to Reach?
The activity starts with Chandni Chowk in New Delhi which is easily accessible through public or private transport.
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Delhi Eye

One of the most amusing places to Hangout in Delhi is the Delhi Eye which is a 45-meters high wheel. From this wheel, you can take a glimpse of the Lotus temple, Humayun’s Tomb, Akshardham Temple, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, and several other attractions. The wheel rotates for about 20 minutes and has almost 36 cabins. It is located in Kalindi Kunj and is a great place to visit with friends and family. 

Location: Abul Fazal Enclave, Jasola Vihar, New Delhi

Cost for two: Starting from INR 500.

Timings: 11:00 am to 8:00 pm on all days.
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Cha Bar

Extending a combination of contemporary cuisine, finger-licking snacks, and delectable cakes, Cha Bar is a great spot for a quick brunch. The cafe space is an “urban cafe” that serves more than 150 types of teas and is an amazing place for foodies. The concept of the cafe is integrated with the Oxford Bookstores where visitors can eat and read at once and it is one of the best places to hangout in Delhi.

Some of the unique tea flavors that you must-try here are Chinese, Japanese, Moroccan, Russian, Sri Lankan, South African, and Thai Teas. Undeniably, this is one of the most comforting places to Hangout in Delhi in with your bunch of people.

N-81, Barakhamba Rd, Block N, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Cost for two:
Starting from INR 800.

9:30 am to 9:30 pm
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium was established in 1989 and is situated opposite to Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Park on the Sir. T. Chowdiah Road in Bangalore. Shows such as Dawn of the Space Age, Mars-The Red Planet and Our Solar System etc run daily in Kannada and English language. 

The outdoor science park lays out many interesting science models such as a giant Kaleidoscope, Whispering Dishes, Resonant Swings, D.N.A and Sun Dial etc along with various science exhibitions, lectures,  workshops, and science theatre shows to accentuate the interest of students in research and studies and encourage quality education. 

If you are traveling to Bangalore with your kids then Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is one of the five planetariums in India which imparts a quality celestial knowledge and highlights.

Location: Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium Building, Sri T. Chowdaiah Road, High Grounds, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001

Best Time to Visit: September to February.

Price: INR 35 for adults and INR 20 for children below 16 years of age.

Timings:  10 AM to 5:30 PM on all days of the week except Monday. It also remains closed on every second Tuesdays of the month.

Average time required to visit the place: 2 to 3 hours.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 4.7 KM.

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Hauz Khas Social

Don’t forget to add Hauz Khas Social in your list of places in Delhi to hang out with friends as this place offers an exotic blend of history and modern styles. The cafe is made upon the ruins of the Khalji era fort and is known for serving National and International cuisine and it is one of the popular places to hangout in Delhi.

The interiors of the cafe are quite different as they feature brick walls, recyclable furniture, and more such unique stuff. Apparently, this is the only co-working space that is clubbed with a cafe!

Location:  9A & 12, Hauz Khas Fort Rd, Deer Park, New Delhi, Delhi 110016

Cost for two:
Starting from INR 2,000

10.30 am to 11:00 pm on all days.
The colossal Red Fort in Delhi was the home of the formidable Mughal emperors for around 200 years until the British took over it in 1857. The fort is not just a symbol of the popular grandeur of the Mughal era, but it has withstand the trials of turbulent times, especially during India’s most historical events that shaped the foundation of the country. This is one of the most famous tourist attractions of the national capital. The UNESCO declared the Red Fort a World Heritage Site in 2007, in recognition of its significance. Red Fort is one of the most celebrated monuments of India and is the symbol of valour and peace.

This 17th century monument is of octagonal shape and it covers around 255 acres of land. The total number of gates here is three. The royals used to enter the fort through the Khizrabad Gate that has been closed for commoners now. The Lahore and Delhi Gates are open to locals and tourists. The fort was planned to house a palace inside its campus. The Red Fort still a historical and architectural wonder.

Location: The Red Fort is based on a 255-acre of land near the western bank of the Yamuna. The Chandni Chowk of Old Delhi ends at the vicinity of Red Fort. The business district of Connaught Place is located a few miles north of the fort.

Price: The entry ticket price of Red Fort is Rd 35 for native Indian citizens. For foreigners, the tickets are priced at Rs 500. If you opt for the light and sound show at the Red Fort, it will cost you Rs 60 per adult person, while for children, it is Rs 20 per head. During the weekend, the ticket prices vary a bit. For adults it is Rs 80 and Rs 30 for kids.

Timing: The Red Fort remains open every day from 9.30am to 4.30pm. 
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Shootout Zone

Wondering what the shootout zone is? Well, this is a place for adventure lovers and thrill-seekers alike. In this zone, you can get involved in a paintball game and splash colorful bombs on your friends. Apart from this, here you can also enjoy numerous other interesting games as this is one of the most amusing places in Delhi to hang out with friends.

Near Chattarpur Mosque

Cost for two:
Starting from INR 1,000.

10:00 am to 9:00 pm, except Sunday
Fun N Food Village is an amusement and thrilling water park located in New Delhi. It is one of the oldest water parks in Delhi and attracts many tourists and localities during summer to provide a safe escape from the heat of the sun. 

The architecture of the park is built in high contrast to its two sections: one is the Fun N Food Village Amusement park which is filled with and rides, while the other is the Fun N Food Village Water Park which has amusing rides in and around water.

Fun N Food Park was constructed in the year 1993 and inaugurated by the then President late Sri Giani Zail Singh. The park is now not only run but also maintained by the leading outlet of the Polo franchise – Polo Amusement Park Limited.

The land rides inhabiting the Fun N Village Amusement Park include Polo Trooper, Rock and Roll, Tora Tora, Water Merry, Magic Carpet, Eagle Ridge, and a lot more. 

The water slides and rides enthuse youngsters and adults alike and include Lazy River, Wave Pool, Family Slide, Twister, The Tornado Aquashoot, Speed Coaster, and Multiline Slide. 

Location - Fun N Food Village, Old Delhi Gurgaon Road, Kapashera, New Delhi, Delhi, 110097, India

Timings - Monday – Saturday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

                Sunday: 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
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Stretching across several acres of land, the Kingdom of Dreams is one of the most iconic places to visit in Gurgaon. The many nuances in the culture, heritage, cuisines and art forms of India fuse into a beautiful form of entertainment and leisure. The Nautanki Mahal hosts several theatrical events and musicals, which are as interesting as they are informative. 

The Culture Gallery is a museum of the varied culture, arts and crafts, and eateries that thrive in India. The Showshaa Theatre is a drama hall highlighting the best of Indian mythology productions, a talent circus and a model wedding show! The iifa Buzz is a Bollywood themed cafe, a treat for movie buffs. 

Entry Fees: INR 599 per head on weekdays; INR 699 per head on weekends.

Timing: 12:00 PM to 12:00 AM

Location: Auditorium Complex Near IFFCO Metro Station, Sector 29, Gurugram, Haryana 122001.

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Worlds of Wonder is a popular amusement park located in Noida that offers a fun and frolic weekend getaway opportunity to all. Be ready to have a spectacular time and racing fun by visiting this theme park. There is a myriad of exciting rides explicitly designed to satisfy the visitors of all ages. No doubt, this place will seize heart of every adventure lover. The theme park boasts 20 rides, divided into two zones known as La Fiesta, for families and kids, and teen zone.

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Purana Qila is Urdu for Old Fort and is situated in New Delhi. It is often referred to as Shergarh or Sher Fort after the Mughal Emperor Sher Shah Suri, who began its construction. 

Purana Qila is said to be inhabited for the past 2,500 years, and excavations at the site show evidence for materials belonging to the pre-Mauryan era. 

The present citadel started its construction in the reign of Humayun and was completed by Sher Shah Suri.  The fort is said to be built at the site of Indraprastha, which according to the Mahabharata, was the capital of the kingdom of the Pandavas. 

This 1.5 km long site of construction is known to have three gateways – Bara Darwaza or the Big Gate facing west, the Humayun Gate facing south, and the Talaqqi Gate, which is often referred to as the forbidden gate. 

All of the gates are double-storeyed and comprise of huge semi-circular bastions flanking either of their sides. 

Both, the gates and bastions are decorated with white and blue-tiled marbles, only adding on to the aesthetic appeal of the fort. The reminiscent features of Rajasthani architecture dazzle along with the Islamic architecture from the Mughal era, thus making Purana Qila a heritage site.

Location: Purana Qila is located in Delhi, the capital of India, and acts as a place of cultural as well as historical significance.

Address: Mathura Rd, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, Delhi, 110003, India

Timings: Monday – Sunday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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A trip to the capital city of Delhi is incomplete without visiting some of its most iconic monuments, including the Qutub Minar. It is a historical minaret that can be found in the Mehrauli area of Delhi and is considered one of the most notable, significant and important structures of Indian architecture and history. 

The Qutub Minar is built with exquisitely carved marble and sandstone. The tower is 73 metres tall and the diameter at the base is 47 feet, which creates its tapering structure, much like the shape of a cone. 

The 5 storeys of the tower are carved with intricate sculptural work till it reaches the top of the Minar whose diameter is 9 feet. The construction of this minaret started in the year 1199 AD and continued till the year 1369 AD, making it one of the oldest standing structures in Delhi. 

Due to its immense historical significance, the UNESCO declared it a world heritage site. There is also a spiral staircase inside with 379 steps leading from the base to the uppermost tip of the tower. 

This lofty and magnificent minaret attracts thousands of tourists throughout the year, who travel from all parts of the country and even from international countries to visit the Qutub Minar. Another interesting aspect of the Qutub Minar is the general appearance of the tower. 

The influence of all the different emperors and rulers who played a role in the construction of the minaret can be seen clearly on the tower in the form of its various colours, shapes, inscriptions and engraving techniques. 

While the bottom half of the tower is made with red sandstone, some parts of the Qutub Minar are also made with white marble and yellow sandstone. From certain angles, the minaret also appears tilted, which historians believe might have been due to the various centuries of craftsmanship that it has been subjected to. 

The Qutub Minar has also survived various earthquakes that have taken place in Delhi throughout history, which makes it one of the city’s most fascinating attractions.  

Location: Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi, 110030

Price: To tour this heritage site, the Indian citizens need to pay a charge of INR 10, while foreign nationals have to pay INR 250 to enter. 

Timing: Monday to Sunday (7:00 am – 5:00 pm)
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Rose Cafe

Soothe your eyes with the variety of roses that are patched on different corners of the cafe, that will truly make you fall in love with the place. Later, you can savor the mouth-watering range of food that include Continental, Lebanese,  Italian, and the Mediterranean. Whether you are vegan looking for variety or a non-vegan looking for the right chicken destination, this is the place for you and it is one of the amazing places to hangout in Delhi.

Apart from this, something that you must not dare to miss is the Spaghetti Aglio Olio and Mint Lemonade that are signature beverages of the cafe! 

2, Westend Marg, Saidulajab, Delhi

Cost for two:
Starting from INR 1,000.

12 Noon to 9:00 pm

Big Yellow Door Cafe

Simmer in the lure of the Big Yellow Door Cafe which is one of the most eminent places to visit in Delhi with friends. The cafe is known for its lively aura and wide array of pizzas. Right from the lip-smacking thin crust pizza to the cheezy overloaded pizza, here you can savor each one of them. Apart from this, you can also relish an exotic collection of desserts, tea, and numerous other varieties of snacks.

H 8, Satya Niketan Rd, Opp. Venkateswara College, Moti Bagh II, Satya Niketan, South Moti Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi 110021

Cost for two:
Starting from INR 800.

12:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Kitty Su New Delhi

Built inside The Lalit, Kitty Su is one of the high-end lounges that is famed for its eclectic vibes. Ranging from the classic range of drinks to the exceptional level of entertainment, the aura of the bar is forever-lit. If you are seeking some vibrant places in Delhi to hang out with friends then this is the right place to be. As, be it the rocking DJ or the lively ambiance, this lounge cum bar lacks nowhere in catering to an extraordinary party place and its one the happening places to hangout in Delhi.

Location: The Lalit, Connaught Place, New Delhi

Cost for two:
Starting from INR 2,000.

10:00 pm to 4:00 am, except Monday


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Definitely an unmissable one in the array of late-night hangout places in Delhi is Privee. It is housed in the heart of the Shangri-la's Eros Hotel and is enveloped with a vigorous nightlife. This iconic party place is a crest of lavish hospitality and showcases unmatched LED displays! There are several predefined sitting areas where you can just grab a drink and relax or you can dance your heels off at the eclectic dance floor!

Location: Shangri-La's Eros Hotel, Ashoka Rd, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Cost for two:
Starting from INR 5,000 (Inclusive of alcohol)

10:00 pm to 4:30 am and Mondays closed

Playboy Club New Delhi

Loosen up with the laid-back vibes at one of the lively late-night hangout places in Delhi, Playboy Club. This is a high-end club where you can witness the Vegas styles that offers great nightlife experience. Apart from this, here you can savor the popular cuisines namely North Indian, Continental, that will surely keep you asking for more and it is one of the best places to hangout in Delhi.

Location: Samrat Hotel, Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021

Cost for two:
Starting from INR 4,500 with an entrance fee of INR 3000 for stag entry and INR 4000 for couple entry.

10:00 pm to 4:00 am on all days

Ssky Bar & Lounge

Looking for something different? Head to Ssky Bar & Lounge that is a circular rotating lounge that will not fail to amuse you. The bar cum lounge is established at a towering height of 250 feet above the ground and serves variants of cuisine that include Chinese, Continental, India, Italian, and numerous others and it is one of the beautiful places to hangout in Delhi.

Location: Floor No. 25, Antariksh Bhavan, KG Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Cost for two:
Starting from INR 2,800.

7:00 am to 12:00 am

The Colony Bistro

Snuggled amidst the buzzing Amar Market, The Colony Bistro is one of the oldest places to Hangout in Delhi. The bar is elegantly designed with classic interiors and soothing decor that will make you fall in love with the place. It is a cafe-bar restaurant where you can savor signature cocktails and several other lip-smacking delights.

Ranging from the Italian to amazing Continental cuisine here you can savour each one them! Make sure that you head to this place with your buddies, as it a great hangout spot!

C 31, Main Market, Block C, Amar Colony, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110024

Cost for two: Starting from INR 1,500.

12:30 pm to 12:30 am

People Also Ask About Delhi

  1. Which are the best places to hangout in Delhi with friends?

    Best places to hangout in Delhi with friends are:

    1. Playboy Club: Enjoy a night filled with booze, good food and a good company while grooving on the dance floor. Providing the best party vibes, spending your weekend here is surely the best thing to do in Delhi.
    2. World of wonders: Having some of the biggest slides like water ski and rotating slide, this water park will provide you with a fun filled day.
    3. Sarojni Nagar market: Bargain with shopkeepers and get the products at the best price in this market. From high class brands to local handicrafts, everything can be found here.
    4. India Gate: The most important monument of India, this place is the favourite destination of many locals. Either you want some time binging on some local food or want to spend an evening around a musical fountain, then this place is for you.
  2. Which are the best places to hangout in Delhi at night?

    Best places to hangout in Delhi at night are:

    1. Kitty SU: This club is home to a tattoo parlour as well as a champagne lounge. A visit here will lead you to dancing and drinking your heart out.
    2. Agrasen ki Baoli: This historical hangout place is a stepwell with a unique architecture. Providing a place to stroll around, many couples visit here to spend some time having fun.
    3. Connaught Place: Being home to top brands and local food joints, this is the favourite place of youngster around here. Enjoy a fun evening here with your friends while admiring the buzz you see here.
    4. Playboy Club: Having the best party vibes, spending your weekend at Playboy club is surely worth a try. This place will offer you tasty food and a lot of booze.
  3. Which are the best places to hangout in Delhi for couples?

    Best places to hangout in Delhi for couples are:

    1. Garden of five senses: Enjoy and spend some calm time in the lush gardens at this place. The park holds themed areas, each dedicated to bamboo, herbs and even a play area.
    2. Qutub Minar complex: Marvel at the beautiful architecture of the monument while traversing the lanes of Mehrauli and binging on some local street food.
    3. Connaught Place: Being rushed by couples and youngsters from all corners of Delhi, CP is surely the favourite spot for many. From local food to international brands, everything can be found here.
    4. Hauz Khas Village: The coolest place to hangout, Hauz Khas Village houses some of the most chic, exotic clubs and restaurants of Delhi.
  4. What is there to do in Delhi with friends?

    Delhi the capital city, is one of the most amusing places to visit with friends where you can head to Indian Mountaineering Foundation Adventures for rock climbing, ATV rides, and various other thrilling activities. Apart from this, here you can go to the Shootout Zone which is a must-visit with friends in Delhi as it offers paintball. Not only this, but you can even head to the lively clubs namely Privee, Playboy, and various other popular ones. In case, this is not enough for you then this city offer numerous historic tourist spots that include India Gate, Red Fort, and several others.
  5. Where can I go with my girlfriend in Delhi?

    Wish to spend quality time with your loved one? Here are some of the places to visit in Delhi with girlfriend namely Garden Of Five Senses, Saidul Ajaib, Lodhi Garden, Buddha Garden, Delhi Haat, and the Ridge Road, North Campus. Apart from this, you can even head for a party to the famous clubs like Playboy, Privee, or grab brunch at Cha Bar.
  6. Where can I go with my family in Delhi?

    Speaking of the places to visit in Delhi with the family the list includes popular names like Red Fort, India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Qutub Minar, Jantar Mantar, Humayun's Tomb, and Akshardham Temple.
  7. What can I buy in Delhi?

    There is a whole wide option of things that you can take home from Delhi like the Meenakari Jewelry, Kundan Jewelry, Silver Articles, Leather articles, wood handicrafts, and other sandalwood products. Apart from this, you can shop for amazing attires from famous malls or can head over for street shopping.
  8. Is Delhi safe?

    Yes, Delhi is a safe place in terms of women’s safety and petty crimes but pickpocketing a little problem in the crowded areas. Speaking of the pollution that is a danger in this city capital but with some precautions you come over all of them. Tips to remember:

    -Prefer using paid taxi to avoid paying extra
    -Carry pepper spray for your safety
    -Use emergency services in case it is needed

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"The trip was amazing. Loved the campsite, it's right next to the Parvati river and you feel relaxed just sitting there and absorbing the nature. The organisers were also amazing as they arranged for seperate tents for us and also the transportation provided was very good. The busses were very comfortable and had all the amenities promised. We had the freedom to roam around the city and the guide was well behaved, correct mix of strict and friendly."
27 October 2020
Being my first solo trip, I was too nervous prior to boarding the bus to Kasol. But man, what a trip. First of all, I encourage all the readers to try going solo at least once especially on the mountains. The experience was overwhelming. I met other people as well in my journey that came via thrillophilia that made my trip pretty interesting. I enjoyed every bit of it. Whether it was on road, at Kasol or the kheerganga trek, I enjoyed every moment. Since it is October, the weather dropped significantly at Kheerganga, which was surprisingly pleasant for me. The trek was pretty hard but my guide helped me reach the destination comfortably. He was a lot friendly too.. I enjoyed the food as well. The best part was the bonfire at kheerganga to loosen us a bit. To sum it up, each and every moment of my trip was something I'd relish for a long, long time and I just can't wait to plan my next trip again. Thanks Thrillophilia. Cheers!
28 November 2019
I personally loved this trip.. The parvati river and it's shooting sound, natural beauty, and campaign with this, once in a life experience. Kheerganga trekking is my first time for any trekking, but I have enjoyed a lot in the lap of the nature... Obviously don't forget the parvati kund, ohh beauty... Lastly it was a most memorable trip.. Which adopt a sweet spot in my memory, and ringing all time.
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Kheerganga Trek is the best trek i have ever done. Me and my husband both trusted thrillophilia gateway for treking package. And I must say it's the best treking and camping experience for both of us. We trekked with 20 people's group with 2 guides with us. Both of them was very helpful and supportive. Treking with one guide named (Zorochi Stark) on truecaller was really fun. He was really strict about discipline but he was too funny too. Camping and food was the best at this price. We have done wrong date booking by mistaken I guess. But thanks to thrillophilia team to solve it quick and change our booking date. The way to kheerganga was really challenging as its monsoon so trek was very slippery too. But I found it as great adventure. Loved the trip
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17 January 2021
Great facility and a very enjoyable experience. The carts and track are in excellent condition. Very reasonable charges. Our kids loved the outing. Strongly recommended.
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