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  • Working and living in and around Delhi has its own benefits and not at all like some other city. There are a number of tourist Places near Delhi within 300 Kms which can make your weekend gateway a memorable one. Whether as a weekend getaway or just a vacation a large portion of us are careful about squandering our well-deserved end of the week over long travel and a crowded tourist destination that mostly turns out be disappointing.

    For the individuals who frantically hunger for to transform the weekend into a mini vacation, one can head out to a lot of places nearby Delhi. You neither need to travel too far or consume an opening in your pocket with these areas. 

    One of the best things about these places is that you don’t have to worry about your time or the distance which you need to travel. From arty heritage sites to nature and wildlife, there is a lot on your plate and it’s about time you started exploring.

    A day amidst the historical lanes of Delhi is worth more than travelling thousands of miles! Painted with several chapters of history, jotted with monuments that glorify a golden era, and adorned with all the beauties of modern life, this city is more than a tourist destination! 

    Amidst all the historical marvels, scenic places to visit and activities to enjoy, you can also find a number of places near Delhi within 300 kms that also deserve a visit.

    Being the centre of India's tourism hub, this cultural capital entices a large number of visitors from all the corners of the country and the globe as well. With much to offer to its visitors, there are chances that you can get confused about what to and what not to visit in here! 

    Well, avoid such happenings and check out this list of tourist places and pick up your favourite one.


    Some of the best tourist places to visit near Delhi within 300 Kms:

  • 01Power Paragliding in Sohna, Gurgaon

    Power Paragliding in Sohna, Gurgaon
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      Code: 9482413

    About the Activity:

    • Power Paragliding in Sohna, Gurgaon, is one step ahead, if you are done with exploring all the available adventures on land and water. Enthral in this delightful tour.
    • The resort is built with the aim of taking people back to their roots. Adventure junkies can fulfil their dream of flying high in a motored paraglide which is a powered paraglide that operates with the help of an attached motor, harness and a propeller. 
    • Fly under the expertise of trained pilots who assure you a fun-packed aerial time, rest can delight in various activities available in the resort itself with these amazing paragliding in Sohna Gurgaon.
    • Fulfill your childhood desire of flying like birds. Indulge in an exciting Air Safari that takes you on a flying tour on the suburbs of Delhi. Enjoy a stunning aerial view of lush-green grasslands and amazing farm houses while gliding in the air.
    • Glee in this amazing experience of paragliding at Sohna, Gurgaon for 30 minutes.
  • 02Day Adventure at Awesome Farms

    Day Adventure at Awesome Farms
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    • lNew Delhi
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      Code: 6108709

    About the Activity:

    Nested in the stunning Arravali Ranges, get ready for a perfect escapade that will provide you with an array of activities to indulge into with friends and family. Enthrall in this eco-friendly property which is located in the proximity of Delhi and Noida.

    Refresh yourself with this delightful stay at Awesome Farms and Land, Faridabad. Shed off all your office worries and get ready to indulge in amazing sessions of indoor and outdoor games available at the resort. Brace up and get your team ready for interesting games like badminton, volleyball, cricket and various other interesting games.

    For people who are looking for some adventure dose can quench their thirst by involving in adventure activities like artificial rock climbing, river bridge, commando net, Burma bridge and various other thrilling adventures available right within the vicinity. Enthrall with friends and family in this pleasant stay at Awesome Farms and Land, Faridabad.

  • 03Corbett National Park

    Corbett National Park

    Jim Corbett National Park is a popular tourist destination in the region of Nainital in Uttarakhand. It is the oldest national park in India and its establishment dates back to 1936. The national park was established to protect the Bengal tigers and the area is widely popular for being a unique tiger territory. 

    The region is a populace of abundant flora and fauna and in here thrive rare species like Otters and endemic fish eating crocodiles. Being one of the only few national parks to allow night stays, a large of tourist visits Corbett every year.  

    Corbett National Park is bestowed with immense greenery, surrounding mountains, beautiful scenery and a large lake. Tourists can take a tour of the national park on open jeeps or on the elephant’s back. Wildlife lovers especially suggest visiting Dhikala which is well-known for its natural beauty and its rich fauna.

    Activities: Wildlife Safaris

    Activities: Jeep Safari

    Jeep Safari Zones: Dhikala Zone, Bijrani Zone, Jhirna Zone, Dhela Zone, Durga Devi Zone, Sitabani Forest Zone

    Distance from Delhi: The Jim Corbett National Park is 260 kms away from Delhi.


  • 04Mussoorie

    Mussoorie

    The dreamy hill station of Mussoorie is often referred as the “Queen of the hills” is a pretty region roughly around 35 kms from Dehradun.  Locals believe that the weather in Mussoorie changes with every hour. 

    The intriguing hill station is well-known and attracts thousands of tourists every year, mostly people flock to this scenic town to admire the majestic vistas of the Shivalik Ranges and also the Doon Valley seen from atop the town. A major tourist hotspot in Uttarakhand, Mussoorie is also a thriving educational hub. 

    The Mall Road at Mussoorie is another popular spot and is always packed with tourists and shoppers and revitalizes a feeling of an old world charm when you look around to see old establishments like the Tibetan School and Municipal Garden. One must visit the highest peak of Mussoorie called the Lal Tibba to witness the mesmerizing view of the Himalayas.

    Activities: Tourists can enjoy leisure activities like shopping and visiting the amazing viewpoints. The Ropeway is a popular activity around the region

    Attractions: Mussoorie Lake, Jharipani Falls, Kempty Falls, Mall Road, Lal Tibba and many more tourist attractions.

    Distance from Delhi: Mussoorie is located 276 kms away from Delhi.


  • 05Rishikesh

    Rishikesh

    Rishikesh is known as the ‘Yoga Capital of the World’ comprising of an array of yoga ashrams and meditation classes. Highly popular among the foreign tourists, Rishikesh is an one-stop destination for all the spiritual seekers.

    Nestled in the lap of the Himalayas with the mighty Ganges River flowing through the town, Rishikesh is picturesque and serene. Located in the state of Uttarakhand, Rishikesh is endowed with hills and forests apart from the fast flowing river and a huge battalion of monkeys that you see around the massive Lakshman Jhula. 

    Over the past few years, Rishikesh has grown highly popular for being a white water rafting centre where many adventure enthusiasts flock to experience the thrill to rafting and also to undertake many Himalayan treks that commences from this area

    Activities: Sightseeing, Shopping , White Water Rafting, Hikes and Treks

    Attractions: Triveni Ghat, Bharat Mandir, Rishikund, Lakshman Jhula, Ram Jhula, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Swarga Ashram, Gita Bhavan 

    Distance from Delhi: Rishikesh is 240 kms away from Delhi.


  • 06Jaipur

    Jaipur

    Jaipur in Rajasthan is one of the three corners of the golden triangle, the other two being Delhi and Agra. The capital city of Rajasthan is popularly regarded as the Pink City as the whole city was painted pink by Maharaja Ram Singh in 1876 in the honor of Prince of Wales. 

    The city has a lot of historical significance and is woven with many tales which unfolds when one visits the majestic  havelis and forts that dots the city. Jaipur also boasts of a decent culture scene, tourists come to Jaipur to experience the vibrant culture of the colourful city which is famous for its delectable cuisine and a variety of handlooms and handiwork products. 

    Inside the city of Jaipur is an old walled city where the famous Hawa Mahal is located, divided into two separate arenas for shopping and recreation, one will find various shops lined, displaying colourful apparels, jewelleries, regional sweet shops etc.

    Activities: Sightseeing and Shopping

    Attractions: Jantar Mantar, Amber Fort, Moti Doongri & Birla Temple, City Palace, Observatory, Albert Hall(Museum), Hawa Mahal (Museum), Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Ram Niwas Bagh & Zoo, Dolls Museum, Sisodia Rani Garden, Vidyadhar Garden, Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing

    Distance from Delhi: Jaipur is 281 kms away from Delhi.


  • 07Agra

    Agra

    Agra is known worldwide for being a city of love, its architectural elegance and being home to one of the 7 wonders of the world, The “Taj Mahal”. A very popular destination among tourists, Agra is one corner of the Golden Triangle. 

    The white marble built majestic structure of the Taj Mahal was built in 1653 to commemorate the Mughal Queen of Shahjahan, Mumtaz. Today, Taj Mahal sees thousands of tourists coming to Agra to witness the grandeur of the manmade structure. 

    Apart from this, Agra also houses many such historical structures to easily transcend you back to your pages of history. Agra is very famous for its sweetmeat called ‘Pethas’, which is a locally made sweet deriving its origin from the kitchens of the then Mughal emperor.Shah Jahan. 

    Agra is a perfect getaway to reminiscent the footsteps of the Mughal era, witness marvelous architecture and getting lost in many such interesting stories.

    Activities: City Shopping, Sightseeing, trying unique cuisine, fort visits etc.

    Attractions: Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Itimad-ud-daulah's Tomb, Akbar's Tomb

    Distance from Delhi: Agra is located at 231 kms from Delhi.


  • 08Nainital

    Nainital

    Nainital is known as the Lake District of Uttarakhand and is bestowed with its own natural lake called the Naini Lake, which is extremely vast and looks magnanimous and beautiful. Being a popular tourist haunt, the area around the lake is lined with hotels, restaurants, shops and cafes which stay open day till night and is almost filled with tourists. 

    Honeymoon Couples come down to Nainital to spend a few days in the lap of nature, overlooking the giant lake and spend romantic moments in peace and serenity. Nainital is surrounded by the peaks of Kumaon Hills making the whole setting of the quaint town very picturesque. 

    Nainital is also known for its temples and the whole place is named after the Goddess Naina Devi.

    Activities: Some popular activities to take up around Nainital are its lake, ropeway, trekking, yachting, and horse-riding

    Attractions: Naini Lake, Nainital Zoo, Aerial Ropeway Nainital, Naina Devi Temple, The Mall Road, Nainital, Tiffin Top

    Distance from Delhi: Nainital is 303 km away from Delhi.


  • 09Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

    Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

    Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary also known as Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a 250 year old, protected reserve in Rajasthan and derives its name from an ancient Hindu temple devoted to lord Shiva. The bird reserve is vast and a major tourist destination in Rajasthan and is a declared world heritage site. 

    The forest reserve, boasts of rich fauna and houses thousands of endangered species of birds like Pelicans, Geese, Ducks, Eagles, Hawks, Shanks, Stints, Wagtails, Warblers, Wheatears, Flycatchers, Buntings, Larks and Pipits, etc. Many migratory birds can be spotted at the bird sanctuary and rare birds like the Siberian Crane is known to visit the national park every year in winter. 

    The sanctuary does not display contorted limbs to birds and is also inhabited by Sambar, Chital, Nilgai and Boar. The bird sanctuary has a vast lake in its premises which was created by extraction of soil for the construction of Ajan dam back in 1760.

    Activities: Hot Spots and hideaways, safaris and wildlife tours

    Attractions: Bird Reserve, Wildlife Safari

    Distance from Delhi: The national park is located 176 kms away from Delhi and is located in the state of Rajasthan.


  • 10Dehradun

    Dehradun

    Dehradun, popularly regarded to be the abode of Drona is a hill station situated in the the foothills of the Shivalik Ranges of the Garhwal region. Dehradun is endowed with perennial rivers, streams, mountains, valleys and widespread landscapes. 

    Dehradun is a very popular tourist destination  in India and every year, people flock to Dehradun to spend a few days of quiet among preferable weather condition and breath-taking scenery.

    The town is also dotted with a number of gardens, parks and temples attracting a number of tourists. Over the years, tourism in Dehradun has grown tenfold and attracts various backpackers and light travellers with its array of adventurous and offbeat activity options like paragliding, skiing, river rafting and angling.

     The town also acts as a gateway to various other nearby hill stations. There are many ancient temples and ruins which are almost 2000 years old, known to be found near Dehradun

    Activities: Temple Visits, Sightseeing, Adventure Activities, Picnic Spots

    Attractions: The places to visit here include Clock Tower, Chetwode Hall, Sai Darbar Temple, Chandrabani Temple, Tapovan, Tibetan Temple, Tapkeshwar temple, Robber's cave, Malsi Deer Park and many more.

    Distance from Delhi: Dehradun is located at 245 kms from Delhi.


  • 11Kasauli

    Kasauli

    Kasauli is a quaint hilly cantonment town which falls on the way to Shimla from Chandigarh. Himachal Pradesh is beautiful and Kasauli is a perfect setting to spend those ideal vacation days. 

    Kasauli is a storybook destination nestled in the Himalayas surrounded by woody forests of Pine and Cedar Trees that make the whole town look very dreamy and picturesque. The settlement here dates back to the Victorian era as the whole town is dotted with colonial structures and buildings. 

    The architecture of the town emits an essence of the town’s glorious past. Visitors who come to the hill station for a few days indulge themselves in taking long uninterrupted nature walks upon lush rolls of greenery. 

    Kasauli is also a major attraction for adventure backpackers and trekkers who venture out to explore the trekking trails around Kasauli. Caffeine lovers would love to try the invigorating Ginger Green Tea commonly found in the area.

    Activities: Sightseeing, Experiencing Toy Train rides, Treks and Trails, Nature Walks, Viewpoints

    Attractions: Timber Trail, Monkey point, Mall Road, Sunset point and Lover's Lane, Gurudwara  Shri Guru Nanakji, Baptist Church, Manki, Jabli, and Sunset Point

    Distance from Delhi: Kasauli is located 288 kms away from Delhi.


  • 12Sariska Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan

    Sariska Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan
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    Situated at a distance of only 200 km from Delhi and 107 km from Jaipur, Sariska National Park provides tourists and nature enthusiasts an opportunity to spot Bengal tigers, Indian leopards, and Crocodiles. This tiger reserve is located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan and comprises of dry deciduous forests, rocky landscapes, hilly cliffs and scrub thorn forests.

    Sariska Tiger reserve has a rich flora and fauna and is a habitat of relocated Bengal Tigers. It is also home to breeding tigers and plenty of reptiles and birds. Apart from its wildlife, this tiger reserve offers many attractions such as Kankarwadi fort, located at the center of the tiger reserve. 

    The top of Kankarwadi fort provides a panoramic view of flying Egyptian vultures and eagles.Set against the backdrop of Aravalli hills, Sariska Tiger Reserve houses the ruins of the medieval temples of Garh-Rajor belonging to the 10th and 11th centuries. 

    The Siliserh Lake on the edge of the park is home to a large number of crocodiles. Also, it is the only tiger reserve which is in close proximity to both Delhi and Rajasthan, which makes an ideal weekend getaway.

    Best time to visit: Mid October to January

    Park timings:
         -7:00 am to 4:00 pm in October- February
         -6:30 am to 5:00 pm rest of the year

    Safari cost: Jeep- 500-600 INR per person

    Vehicle Entry Fees (INR):
         -Bus: 200
         -Motorbikes/Two-wheelers: 15
         -Tonga: 20
         -Cycle Rickshaw: 5.

    Entrance fee: INR 20 for Indians and INR 100 for foreigners.

    Video camera fee: 200

    Location: Near Kraska, Alwar District, Sariska, Rajasthan
  • 13 Neemrana

     Neemrana

    Neemrana Town, located in Alwar in Rajasthan is well known for its massive fort called the Neemrana Fort Palace. The palace was built in the year 1464 AD by the Rajput Maharaja Prithviraj Chauhan III. 

    Neemrana and its walls must have numerous stories to tell about its ancient past, its old heritage, about the various tales of heroism that the fort walls have witnessed over the years. Today the fort has been converted to a luxurious heritage hotel. 

    The restoration of the palace has been done beautifully, creating a subtle blend of ethnicity and modernity, making the fort a much sought after place by its visitors. 

    Tourists from nearby cities like Jaipur and Delhi come down to Neemrana for weekend getaways or just a day visit to the resort exploring its history, heritage, strong walls and the abundance of activities provided by the heritage hotel.

    Activities: Swimming, Zip-lining and Wildlife.

    Attractions: Baori, The stepwell of Neemrana palace, Zip lining above the Neemrana palace, Sariska wildlife sanctuary

    Distance from Delhi:

    Neemrana is located at just 130 kms from Delhi.


  • 14 Lansdowne

     Lansdowne

    Landsdowne, a small hill town set at an altitude of 1706 m is popular but not populous. Tourists, who look for peaceful places to spend the vacation in quiet, flock to this pretty town of Lansdowne which was initially a British hill station. 

    Lansdowne still displays its old world charm and is relatively untouched in regards to the other nearby hill stations of Rishikesh and Haridwar. Lansdowne is also home to the cantonment of the Garhwal Rifles of the Indian Army.  

    The region is bestowed with natural beauty and scenic trails dotted with huge Oak and pine trees.  During the winters the whole region transforms into a mesmerizing paradise when you can see white snow everywhere. 

    The yearly festival of Sharadotsav attracts tourists from all across the country. Lansdowne boasts of its disarming beauty and is an incredible place to visit if you want to escape from the regular cacophony of the big cities.

    Activities: Mountaineering, sightseeing, trekking, and jungle safaris

    Attractions: Bhulla Lake, Jungle Safari, Bhim Pakora, Tip N Top, Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple, Darwan Singh Regimental Museum

    Distance from Delhi: Lansdowne is located at a distance of 260 kms from Delhi.


  • 15Bhimtal

    Bhimtal

    Bhimtal in Uttarakhand lies 1370 m above the sea level and is a peaceful town dotted with greenery, beautiful hillocks and a huge blue lake. The biggest attraction in Bhimtal is its lake which also contains a little island in the middle that adds on to the beauty of the whole surrounding. 

    Being far from the hustle and bustle of the bigger cities, Bhimtal has its own charm. So, live your days sitting by the lake or maybe reading under a tree shade enjoying the serenity of the place, all in all Bhimtal is a rejuvenating getaway for people living in nearby states. 

    The region is bounded with dense forests of oak, shrubs, and pines and offer exploratory trails for the adventure seekers. Tourists who visit Nainital usually make a stop at Bhimtal to witness its natural beauty and the pretty lake.

    Activities: Boat Rides, sightseeing and visiting Aquarium.

    Attractions: Bhimtal Lake, Hanuman Garhi, Butterfly Research center, Bhimtal island aquarium, Hidimba Padvat, Karkotaka Temple, Victoria Dam, Lok Sangrah, Folk Cultural Museum

    Distance from Delhi: Bhimtal is located at 315 km from Delhi.


  • 16Parwanoo

    Parwanoo

    Parwanoo is a town which is very little known of. The town is situated on the border of Haryana and Himachal Pradesh and is a developing industrial town. The place serves as an ideal getaway for people living in the nearby cities and highly popular among trekkers and backpackers who visit Parwanoo to explore all the natural trails nearby surrounded by Oak and Pine forests. 

    Dotted with pretty apple orchards, the town produces various fruit products like the best of fruit juices, jams and marmalade. Parwanoo is a small town consisting of most modern amenities, tourists come here to see the lakeside temples, gardens and ride on the cable car. 

    Spending a few days in this quaint little town would be an enriching experience. The natural scenic setting and architectural splendours is sure to win the hearts of all the visitors. Parwanoo promises the ultimate break from your monotonous life in the lap of nature.

    Activities: Sightseeing, Cable Car rides, Nature and treks.

    Attractions: Timber Trail, Cable car Ride, Fruit orchards, Kali Mata Temple, Dagshai, Gurkha Fort

    Distance from Delhi: Parwanoo is located at 265 kms from Delhi


  • 17Rajaji National Park

    Rajaji National Park

    Rajaji National Park is located in the state of Uttarakhand and is easily accessible from the nearby areas of Dehradun and Haridwar. The national parks boast of extremely rich fauna and wide variants of birds adding to more than 400 species of birds. 

    With a sprawling area of 820 sq km, the park is dense and has a 24 km stretch of river Ganga flowing through the park. There are more than 500 elephants inside the park, making it the only park in Uttarakhand to house as many elephants. 

    Apart from these, the park is also home to tigers, leopards, monkeys, barking deer, sambar deer, wild boars, antelopes and two different kinds of Himalayan Beer- Black and Sloth. Rajaji National Park makes for a great destination for tourists who love visiting the wild and see the wild habitations up close. 

    The natural landscape and the impressive fauna would make any vacation a happy and jubilant one.

    Activities: Rafting, Wildlife Safari

    Distance from Delhi: Rajaji National Park is 244 km away from Delhi.


  • 18Haridwar

    Haridwar

    Haridwar or as they say Hari-Dwaar is the doorway where you meet god, is the holiest city in India. Located in Uttarakhand at a juncture where from atop the Himalayas, the Ganga river emerges. 

    A small little town nestled in the background of the Himalayas and the ferocious river Ganges, Haridwar witnesses’ hordes of tourists and pilgrims all year through, flocking to the city of the Gods. 

    The most wonderful attraction in Haridwar is during the “Sandhya Aarti” when during the wee hours of sunset, the whole river bank of Har-ki-Pairi Ghat come alive, the river gets illuminated with multiple offering of diya lamps by the pilgrims. 

    Tourists visiting Haridwar can enjoy ropeway activity and the flea market here display wide array of miscellaneous products and delectable sweets and snacks. Haridwar is also a perfect getaway if you want to spend time enjoying meditation and practise yoga in the lap of nature.

    Activities: Temple visits, shopping, sightseeing, Ropeway, Adventure trails and yoga retreats

    Attractions: Har Ki Pauri, Rajaji National park, Mansa Devi Temple, Chanda Devi Temple, Maya Devi Temple, Daksheswara Mahadev Temple

    Distance from Delhi: Haridwar is located at 250 kms from Delhi.


  • 19Bhangarh

    Bhangarh

    Bhangarh is famous for the much hyped Bhangarh Fort. Bhangarh Fort in Rajasthan’s Alwar District was built in 1613 by the son of Maan Singh of Amber, a great Mughal General. There are numerous stories associated with the yesteryear fort, some will intrigue its visitors and others would fill one with sombreness. 

    The fort is tagged as one of the medieval forts in Rajasthan is believed to be haunted for many centuries now and much folklore are associated behind the fort. 

    The fort is now in a dilapidated state with much of the surrounding walls fallen in ruins. Inside the fort premises, one will find natural springs, waterfalls, gardens, havelis, banyan trees and temples of Lord Someshwar, Gopinath, Mangala Devi and Keshava Rai. 

    Although, there are eerie stories associated with the fort, but still Bhangarh Fort is one of the most visited forts in India. The fort stays open to tourists from sunrise till sunset every day.

    Activities: Sightseeing, Viewpoints

    Attractions: Haunted fort of Bhangarh, Temples of Lord Someshwar, Gopinath, Mangala Devi and Keshava Rai

    Distance from Delhi: Bhangarh is 255 kms away from Delhi


  • 20Ranikhet

    Ranikhet

    Ranikhet is a popular tourist destination located in Almora district of Uttarakhand and serves as the Headquarters of the Kumaon Regiment of the Indian Army and houses the famous  Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum. Ranikhet is a sweet little hill station which was developed by the British back in the days. 

    Tourists visit the quaint place to admire the vistas of Himalayan peak view that the place offers. Ranikhet which literally means “meadow of the queen” is beautiful in its own right, covered with dense forests of Oak and Pines, the place offers the best view of the magnanimous Nanda Devi Parbat peak. 

    Ranikhet is also the gateway to many famous trekking trails and every year, it witnesses droves of adventure enthusiasts making their way towards the nearby mountains. Ranikhet is a perfect destination for people who love to laze around during vacation; the town is dotted with temples and pretty orchards and is the best place in the region to explore panoramic views of the Himalayas.

    Activities: Treks and trails

    Attractions: Jhula Devi Temple, Chaubatia Orchards, Majhkhali, Kalika, Bhalu Dam, Golf Course

    Distance from Delhi: Ranikhet is 360 kms away from Delhi.


  • 21Pangot

    Pangot
    Pangot is a haven for bird lovers. Located near Nainital in Uttarakhand, Pangot is a birdwatcher’s paradise. The region is home to 250 different species of birds like Lammergeier, Rufous-bellied Niltava, Himalayan Griffon, Spotted and Slaty-backed Forktail, Blue-winged Minla, Rufous-bellied Woodpecker and  Khalij pheasant among others.

    Every year numerous migratory birds making their way to Pangot and which attracts hordes of tourists from all over the country. 

    If visited in winter, tourists can witness the beautiful surrounding of snow clad peaks. Pangot is also known for the distinct species of mammals found in the region such as Sambar, Himalayan Goral, Yellow-bellied Himalayan Weasel, Yellow-throated Himalayan Marten, Barking Deer, Leopard, Civets, Leopard Cat, Serow, Wild Boar, Red Fox and many more. Pangot has various exploratory trails leading to exotic viewpoints. There is also one trail which leads to the Corbett National Park.

    ActivitiesBird watching, adventurous activities, mountain biking and trekking

    Attractions: Snow View Point, Trek to Naini Peak, Nainital, Bhimtal, Sattal

    Distance from Delhi: Pangot is located 310 kms from Delhi.



  • 22Mandawa

    Mandawa

    If you want to spend your days of vacation living royally and exploring enchanting Havelis, then you must visit Mandawa. Mandawa is in the state of Rajasthan is very popular among tourists. 

    One of the most sought after places in the Shekhawati region, Mandawa  is mostly well known for its majestic forts and long standing havelis which clearly represent the identity of the prosperous Rajput merchants who have been living in the region for generations now. 

    Tourists visit Mandawa to walk down the streets of this 18th century established settlement embellished with numerous havelis, each adorning its own tale linking back with their prosperous history. One can spend hours exploring the havelis and listening to the spine chilling stories of the havelis. 

    History and archaeology enthusiast love visiting the town to reminiscent the past and spend time in admiration.

    Activities: Heritage, Haveli & Fort Visits

    Attractions: Murmuria Haveli, Binsidhar Newatia Haveli, Chokhani Double Haveli, Lakshminarayan Ladia Haveli, Hanuman Prasad Goenka Haveli, Mohan Lal Saraf Haveli, Goenka Double Haveli, Harlalka Well

    Distance from Delhi: Mandawa is located at 232 kms from Delhi.



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