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Top 10 Weekend Getaways from Delhi

Rishikesh - 237 Km from Delhi (Known for River Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Flying Fox)
Manali - 538 Km from Delhi (Known for Camping, River rafting, Trekking) 
Shimla - 343 Km from Delhi (Known for Mountaineering, River rafting, Paragliding)
Kullu - 497 km from Delhi (Known for Paragliding, Camping, River rafting)
Kasol - 519 km from Delhi (Known for Kheerganga trek, Adventure camping)
McLeodganj - 470 km from Delhi (Known for Kareri River Trek, Camping)
Auli - 388 Km from Delhi (Known for Skiing, Trekking, Camping)
Bir - 517 km from Delhi (Known for Paragliding, Trekking, Camping)
Ranthambore National Park - 394 km from Delhi (Known for Safari Rides, Wildlife Spotting)
Jim Corbett National Park - 300 km from Delhi (Known for Elephant Safari, Wildlife Tours)

The monotonous city life of Delhi calls for quick weekend getaways near Delhi and thankfully, the hills stations around the capital city of India are endless and brim with natural beauty and fresh, clean air. Be it Manali, Shimla, McLeodganj, Kasol in Himachal Pradesh, Rishikesh, Jim Corbett and Mussoorie in Uttarakhand, the untamed beauty of these mountainous destinations with dense forests and glittering lakes touch one’s soul.

Weekend getaways from Delhi are diverse, fun-filled and promise cherishable moments. Jaipur, Neemrana, Ranthambore, and Pushkar in Rajasthan are adorned with majestic forts, Wildlife lavish palaces, architecturally brilliant step wells and intricately designed Havelis that were built by the rulers of various dynasties. Agra is another popular choice amongst locals, national and international tourists as a getaway from Delhi and clicking a picture at the world-famous Taj Mahal is a dream come true for any traveler. Mathura, the birthplace of Krishna and Vrindavan, His playground are just a few hours away from Delhi and a weekend trip to Mathura is eternally blissful.
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Rishikesh (237 Kms from Delhi)

Rishikesh (237 Kms from Delhi)

Situated in the Himalayan foothills beside the holy river Ganga, the beauty of Rishikesh has been embraced by all the travellers. It has gained popularity for studying yoga and meditation. Also, the temples and ashrams are centers for spiritual studies and it is one of the best weekend getaways from Delhi.

In the last few years, this place has also developed as the hub of adventure sports in India. River Rafting in Rishikesh has emerged as the most popular adventure, apart from that there are multitude options including Bungee Jumping, Flying Fox, Mountain Biking, etc. There are a lot of popular campsites in Rishikesh that you should experience during your weekend getaways from Delhi.

Places to Visit in RishikeshLaxman Jhula, White Water Rafting, Triveni Ghat, Shivpuri, Ram Jhula, Parmath Niketan Ashram, Tera Manzil Temple, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, etc.

Things to do in Rishikesh: 
River Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Flying Fox, Giant Swing, Camping, Kayaking, Trekking etc.

Distance From Delhi: 
237 kilometres via NH 334

Best Time To Visit
For river rafting- Late September to mid-November
For other places- Early March to the first week of May

Where to Stay: 1.
 20 Best Resorts in Rishikesh
                          210 Best Homestays in Rishikesh

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Manali (538 Kms from Delhi)

Manali (538 Kms from Delhi)

A hill station that is surrounded by huge mountains and distant forests, Manali has grabbed world's attention to become one of the most frequently visited weekend getaways near Delhi. The pristine River Beas flows through the town, creating a lovely landscape.

This town also has multiple options to do in Manali for tourists who are looking for adventurous activities like trekking, skiing, zorbing, white water rafting in Manali, etc. Moreover, Manali also has a lot of temples which all tourists and devotees are fond of visiting. Up for an adventurous weekend? Flee away to Leh and explore the wonders of nature with our Ladakh tour packages.

Places to visit in Manali: Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Beas Kund, Hadimba Temple, Tibetan Monasteries, Raghunath Temple, Jagannathi Devi Temple, etc.

Things to do in Manali: 
Camping, River rafting, trekking, dip into hotsprings, etc.

Distance From Delhi: 
538 kilometres via Jammu-Delhi Road

Best Time To Visit: 
October to February

Where to Stay: 
15 Best Resorts in Manali

Also Read: 
21 Best Places to Visit Near Manali

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Shimla (343 Kms from Delhi)

Shimla (343 Kms from Delhi)
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Shimla is not only the most eminent weekend getaway near Delhi but is also very popular amongst residents of other parts of India. The town’s captivating natural beauty leaves every tourist spellbound. The well-knit roads, cleanliness and proper administration add on to the experience. There is colonial style structured buildings with historic temples that make tourists visit Shimla again and again.

Places to Visit in Shimla: 
The Mall Road, the Ridge, Institute of Advanced Studies, Jakhu Temple, Kalka Shimla Railway, Green Valley, Kuthar Fort, Kufri, Green Valley, Dhillon Pond, etc

Things to do in Shimla: 
Sightseeing, mountaineering, river rafting, toy train visit and ride, paragliding, the Ridge walk, hiking and trekking, heritage walk etc are the major activities that can be done here.

Distance from Delhi: 
343 kilometers NH 44 and NH 5.

Best time to visit
Winter is the most beautiful season Shimla adorns herself but tourists come to visit Shimla during the other seasons to avoid the heavy snowfall. 

Where to Stay:
1. 20 Best Resorts in Shimla
                          2. 10 Best Homestays in Shimla

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20 Best Hill Stations Near Shimla

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Kullu (497 Kms from Delhi)

Kullu (497 Kms from Delhi)

Kullu is one of the most popular weekend getaways near Delhi. It is a nature lover’s paradise and is a sister town to Manali which is at a higher altitude. Tourists coming to Kullu can indulge in a lot of adventure sports activities like river rafting, trekking, mountaineering, paragliding etc and most of them typically cover both, Kullu and Manali together. Kullu is often used as the base town to reach Manikaran, Kasol, Malana, Bhunter and Rohtang Pass.

Places to visit in KulluThe Great Himalayan National Park, Pandoh Dam, Bijli Mahadev Temple, Gauri Shankar Temple, Bhrigu Lake, etc.

Things to do in Kullu: 
Paragliding, Camping, River rafting, Trekking, Ride a Bicycle,Enjoy Psy Parties, Dip into Hotsprings, etc.

Distance From Delhi: 
497 kilometers via NH 44

Best Time To Visit:
 October to March

Where to Stay:
15 Best Resorts in Kullu

Check Out: 
30 Best Kullu Manali Honeymoon Tour Packages

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Kasol (519 Kms from Delhi)

Kasol (519 Kms from Delhi)

It is home to many Israeli inhabitants, the beautiful town of Kasol is nestled in the lap of Parvati valley alongside the rushing and enchanting Parvati river. The village is a blessing for adventure buffs, trekkers, and backpackers, where they can do some of the best things in Kasol and it is one of the best places to visit near Delhi in weekends. The remote village has trekking base-camps, various cafes, and restaurants in Hebrew serving great food from around the world, making it ideal weekend getaways from Delhi.

Places to Visit in KasolParvati River, Manikaran Sahib, Tosh, Tirthan Valley, Malana, Naggar Village, Kheerganga Peak, Chhalal Village.

Things to do in Kasol: Kheerganga trek, Adventure camping,  Attend PSY trance Festivals, Binge on Israeli Cuisine, Go shopping on the streets of Kasol

Distance From Delhi: 
519 kilometres via NH 44

Best Time To Visit
October to June

Where to Stay:
Best Resorts in Kasol for a most relaxing stay

Kow More: 
15 Best Places to Visit Near Kasol

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McLeodganj (470 kms from Delhi)

McLeodganj (470 kms from Delhi)
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Mcleodganj is known as Little Lhasa and is famous all around the world for being the home to Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama. A beautiful town situated near upper Dharamsala, resting amidst majestic hills and lush greenery. It is one of the perfect places for weekend getaways from Delhi.

The town is prominently influenced by the Tibetan culture and has one of the most mesmerising landscapes in the entire state of Himachal Pradesh thus attracting a lot of tourists every year. Some of the most eminent and significant monasteries of India are situated here in Mcleodganj.

Places to Visit in McLeodganj: Bhagsunath Temple, Kareri Lake, Bhagsu Falls, Naddi View Point, Namgyal Monastery, Dharamkot, etc.

Things to do in Mcleodganj
A trek to Triund, a walk by the side of Dal Lake, Head Out to Dal Lake, Kareri River Trek, Camping in Mcleodganj, etc.

Distance from Delhi:
 470 kilometers

Best time to visit:
 October and March

Where to Stay:
 1. 20 Best Resorts in Mcleodganj
                          2. 10 Best Homestays in Mcleodganj

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Auli (388 Kms from Delhi)

Auli (388 Kms from Delhi)
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Among the best places for weekend getaways from Delhi, Auli is a popular hill station in the Himalayan range that is characterised by apple orchards, oaks and deodars. It is located at an elevation of 2800 metres above sea levels and is the home to mountain ranges of Nanda Devi, Mana Parvat, and Kamat Kamet. Auli has a variety of accommodation facilities that cater to travellers having a different budget.

Places to Visit in Auli: Chattrakund lake, Joshimath, Nanda Devi National Park, Gurso Bugyal, Chattrakund, Chenab Lake, etc.

Things to do in Auli: 
Skiing, visiting Auli’s artificial lake, hike the stunning Kwani Bugyal, trekking Gurso Bugyal, get onto Asia’s longest cable ride, camping, etc

Distance from Delhi: 
388 kilometers

Best time to visit
Auli can be visited all round the year

Where to Stay:
Resorts in Auli with best facilities

Check Out: 
10 Best Auli Tour Packages

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Bir (517 Kms from Delhi)

The Village of Bir is considered to be a popular destination for adventure sports near Delhi and is one of the commonly visited weekend getaways near Delhi. Bir hosts World Paragliding Championship every year and is also an important center of spiritual studies and meditation.

The town is influenced by Tibetan culture and has a major Tibetan community settlement. Visitors can also choose to go for trekking in one of the most picturesque routes of Himachal Pradesh, Bir.

Places to visit in Bir: 
Hand Gliding, Sherab Ling Monastery, Bir Road, Bir Tea Factory, Deer Park Institute, etc.

Things to do in Bir:
 Paragliding in Bir, Hang-gliding, Trekking, Camping, Shopping, Mountain Biking, etc.

Distance From Delhi: 
517 kilometers via NH 44

Best Time To Visit: 
November to June

Book Now:
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Ranthambore National Park (394 kms from Delhi)

Ranthambore National Park (394 kms from Delhi)

Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest and most renowned parks in Northern India and one of the perfect places for weekend getaways from Delhi. It is located in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan and is considered as one of the most famous and former grounds for hunting that was done by Maharajas of Jaipur. It is a great place for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers. It also offers relaxing accommodation and internal transport facilities.

Places to Visit in Ranthambore : Wild Life Animals, Birds, Flora, Ranthambore Fort, Padam Talao, Raj Bagh Talao, Kachida Valley, etc.

Things to do in Ranthambore
: Safari Rides, Fort Visits, Wildlife Spotting and Nature Photography

Distance From Delhi: 
394 kilometres via RJ SH 25

Best Time To Visit: 
October to April

Where to Stay:
Click here for best resorts in Ranthambore

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Jim Corbett National Park (300 kms from Delhi)

Jim Corbett National Park (300 kms from Delhi)

Jim Corbett National Park is a perfect place to visit near Delhi for nature and wildlife admirers. The park is spread across 520 square kilometres and has the glory of being India's oldest and most prestigious National Park. Nature watching and wildlife viewing here is done in an open four wheeler Jeep and on elephant back and it is one of the best places to visit near Delhi in weekends.

Overall, it is well known for rich and varied wildlife including royal Bengal tiger, elephant, four to five species of deer and rich birdlife.

Safari Zones:

To promote tourism in the region, Jim Corbett National Park has been divided into five different zones.

1) Bijrani Safari Zone- Abundant natural beauty and open grasslands

2) Jhirna Safari Zone- Important tourist zone

3) Dhela Safari Zone- Eco Tourism- Wealthy Flora and Fauna

4) Dhikala Zone- Best site for exotic fauna

5) Durga Devi Zone- Best for bird watching

Things to do in Corbett: Jeep Safari, Elephant Safari, Wildlife Tours and Spotting

Distance From Delhi:
300 kilometres via NH 09

Best Time To Visit (As per zone)
:
Jhirna Zone- Throughout the year
Dhikala Zone- 15th November to 15th June
Bijrani Zone- 1st October to 30th June
Dhela Zone- Throughout the year
Durga Devi Zone- 15th November to 15th June

Where to Stay:
 Best Resorts in Jim Corbett for a relaxing Stay

Check Out: 
Best Corbett tour packages

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Sohna (64 kms from Delhi)

Sohna (64 kms from Delhi)

Sohna is situated on the highway from Gurgaon to Alwar. This makes it easily accessible and popular places to visit near Delhi for weekend, especially, for corporate day outings near Delhi. Every year, thousands of tourists visit Sohna to enjoy hot water springs located at the ancient Shiva temple. This place is surrounded by a hilly terrain since it lies in the foothills of the Aravalis and it is one of the popular places to visit near Delhi in weekends.

Places to visit in Sohna: Damdama Lake, Sohna Lake and Water Springs, Sohna or Bharatpur Hill Fort, Kamboj Ruins of Sohna

Things to do in Sohna: Sightseeing, Photography, Shopping etc

Distance From Delhi:
 64 kilometres via NH 48

Best Time To Visit: 
Winters- October to March

Also Read:
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Garhmukteshwar (139 kms from Delhi)

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Garhmukteshwar (139 kms from Delhi)
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If you wish to take a dip in the holy water of river Ganga, Garhmukteshwar is where you should be. It lies on the Delhi to Moradabad route and is also an access point for Unchagaon. A lot of times, travellers choose this as the mid-way option on Agra-Nainital / Corbett route. Being mentioned in Bhagavata Purana and the Mahabharata, this place is of great historical importance. Garhmukteshwar is famous for 80 Sati pillars.

Places to visit in Garhmukteshwar: Ganga Talkies, Ganga Mandir, Panchayati Mandir, Arya Samaj Mandir, Garhmukteshwar temple, Nahush Koop, etc.

Things to do in Garhmukteshwar: Pilgrimage, Holy Dip in the Ganges, Local Sightseeing and Boat Rides

Distance From Delhi: 
139 kilometres via NH 09

Best Time To Visit: 
October to March

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Mathura (184 kms from Delhi)

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Mathura (184 kms from Delhi)

A three-hour drive from Delhi takes you the sacred city of Mathura which is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna as per Hindu mythology. The Krishna Janmasthan Temple Complex which consists of a group of temples dedicated to Lord Krishna and is believed to be the exact birthplace of Krishna.

The other famous temples at Mathura that are worth a visit are a Dwarkadheesh temple, Giriraj Ji Temple, Raman Reti Gokul, Baba Jai Guru Dev Temple and Shri Krishan Balram Temple, ISKCON and Prem Mandir at Vrindavan. If time permits, do visit the Kans Quila and explore the ancient ruins of the once majestic fort.

Places to visit in Mathura: Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir, Jama Masjid, Kusum Sarovar, Govardhan Hill, Dwarkadhish Temple, etc.

Things to do in Mathura:
 Janmashtami, Holi, Temple Visits, Sightseeing, Boating and Food Sampling

Distance From Delhi: 
184 kilometers via Taj Express Highway

Best Time To Visit: 
October to April

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Sariska Tiger Reserve (203 kms from Delhi)

Sariska Tiger Reserve (203 kms from Delhi)

Sariska Tiger Reserve is a national park and tiger reserve located in the Alwar district of the state of Rajasthan, India. It was declared as a wildlife reserve in the year 1955. Private vehicles are allowed in the park only on Tuesdays and Saturdays. On rest of the days, you may hire the open gypsy costing INR 3900 for Indians accommodating 6 people to enjoy the safari ride for 3 hours.

Places to Visit in Alwar: Kankarwadi Fort, Pandupole, Bala Quila Fort, Bhangarh fort, The Palace Museum, Siliserh Lake Palace,  Hill Fort Kesroli, etc.

Things to do in Alwar
: Wildlife Safari and Spotting.

Distance From Delhi: 203 kilometres via NH248A

Best Time To Visit: 
November to March- Early Mornings

Sariska Tiger Reserve has following accommodation options for overnight stays:
Wood Village Resort for Luxury Stay
And, Sarika Resort for a Budget Stay

Where to Stay:
 11 Best Sariska Resorts

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Haridwar (219 kms from Delhi)

Haridwar (219 kms from Delhi)

Haridwar is famous for temples and ghats where pilgrims come to take a dip in the holy river to relieve themselves of every sin and achieve salvation. Other than a tour to these numerous temples, tourists can also visit Jairam Ashram and Kanva Rishi Ashram. The Kumbh Mela, whose grandeur can be witnessed only once in 12 years, invites lakhs of people from all over the world and it is one of the famous places to visit near Delhi in weekends.

Places to Visit in Haridwar: Ganga Aarti, Manasa Devi Temple, Vaishnav Devi temple, Chilla Wildlife Sanctuary, etc

Things to do in Haridwar:
 Take a dip in the holy waters, Be a part of the Ganga arti, Go temple Hopping

Distance From Delhi: 
219 kilometres via NH 334

Best Time To Visit: 
February, March, and August to October.

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Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary (222 kms from Delhi)

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary (222 kms from Delhi)
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Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in Rajasthan, India's famous fauna sanctuary that sees thousands of rare and endangered birds come here during the winter season and it is one of the best places near Delhi for weekend. Birds such as the Siberian Crane, Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, and Boar. It is one of the major places to visit near Pune and was declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO thus making it a popular choice on the list of popular weekend getaways from Delhi.

This sanctuary was created 250 years ago and was named after a Keoladeo, a Shiv temple. The park was a hunting ground for the Maharajas of Bharatpur and duck shoots were organised yearly in honour of the British viceroys. The bird sanctuary also offers a 10 Nights / 11 Days tour for travellers and tourists willing to visit it. It is the best place to visit in Delhi within 300 kms.

Distance From Delhi: 222 kilometres

Best Time To Visit: August-November or October- February for migrant birds.

Activities: Bird Watching and Nature Photography

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Agra (233 kms from Delhi)

Agra (233 kms from Delhi)

Agra is the place where Taj Mahal - The symbol of love is. Agra lures Indian and international tourists with its never-ending list of historical monuments that are a standing testimony of the extravagant Mughal rule. The prominent attractions of Agra are The Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Itmad-Ud-Daula, Tomb of Akbar, Mehtab Bagh, and Tomb of Mariam-uz-Zamani and it is one of the best places near Delhi for weekend.

If you have more than a day at your disposal, you can also the attractions at Fatehpur Sikri. Agra is well connected by road and rail with Delhi which ensures you can plan one of your best Weekend getaways around Delhi to Agra even at the last minute!

Places to Visit in Agra: Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Mehtag Bagh, Jama Masjid, Fatehpur Sikri, Akbar's Tomb, Itmad-ud-Daulah's Tomb, etc.

Things to do in Agra: Heritage Walk, Historical Tours, Bicycle Tours, Jeep Safari and Local Market Visits

Distance From Delhi: 233 kilometers via Taj Express Highway

Best Time To Visit: November to March

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Lansdowne (258 kms from Delhi)

Lansdowne (258 kms from Delhi)
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At just about 250 km away from the capital city of India, Lansdowne is a picturesque hill station in Uttarakhand. Bhulla Tal is the prime attraction of the city and you can also visit St. Mary's Church and Santhoshi Mata Mandir. The Garhwali Museum has an enviable collection of historic weapons used by the Indian army and it is one of the best Delhi weekend getaways.

Lansdowne has many viewpoints like Tiffin Top, Tip In Top Point and Manwaring ViewPoint that offer spectacular panoramic views of the land below. Lansdowne is one of the most welcoming Weekend getaways from Delhi that offers respite from Delhi’s scorching sun and pollution during the weekends of summer months.

Places to visit in LansdowneDarwan Singh Regimental Museum, Bhulla Lake, Bhim Pakora, Tip N Top, Snow view point, hawaghar, etc

Things to do in Lansdowne:
 Jungle safari, Camping, Hiking, Boat Ride, Trekking, Visits to tempes and Tiger Reserves, etc.

Distance from Delhi: 
258 kilometers 

Best time to visit:
 March to July

Where to Stay:
Resorts with best facilities in Lansdowne
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Mandawa (258 kms from Delhi)

Mandawa (258 kms from Delhi)

Mandawa is located at about 265 km away from Delhi and this historical wonderland has many intricately designed lavish Havelis(mansions) and temples that depict the golden Rajput rule. The must-visit attractions are Mandawa Fort, Bhagchandka Haveli, Lakshminarayan Ladia Haveli, Mohan Lal Saraf Haveli, Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli, and Chowkhani Double Haveli.

In the evening, the bazaar at Mandawa gets livelier with lines of shops selling glittering glass bangles, paintings, decorated chests, cradles, chairs, low stools and tables, metal utensils and tie and dye fabrics. Mandawa is just a 3-hour ride away from Jaipur and so you can also club this visit during your Weekend getaways from Delhi to Jaipur.

Places to visit in Mandawa: 
Binsidhar Newatia Haveli,  Murmuria Haveli, Jhunjhunwala Haveli, The Harlalka Well, Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli, The Chokhani Double Haveli, 

Things to do in Mandawa
: Local Sightseeing, Camel Rides and Shopping Tours

Distance From Delhi: 
258 kilometres via NH 334 B

Best Time To Visit: 
October to March

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Dehradun (266 kms from Delhi)

Dehradun (266 kms from Delhi)
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Dehradun is the capital city of Uttarakhand. It is located in the Doon Valley at the foothills of the Himalayas, this town is bordered by the Ganges and Yamuna Rivers of India. The city is known for its pleasant climate and you can also find amazing places to visit near Dehradun as it is connecting spot to the popular hill stations like Nainital, Mussoorie etc and it is one of the popular Delhi weekend getaways.

Places to visit in DehradunSahastradhara, Tiger Falls, Robbers’ Cave, Buddha Temple, Sahastra Dhara, Mindroling monastery, Lacchiwalla, Har ki dun, Fun Valley

Things to do in Dehradun: Explore forest research institute, go shopping at Paltan Bazaar, visit the clock tower, hog at Ellora's bakery

Distance from Delhi: 
266 kilometers

Best time to visit:
 March to June

Where to Stay:
10 Best Resorts for a luxurious stay in Dehradun

Also Read:
20 Best Hill Stations near Dehradun

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Mussoorie (280 kms from Delhi)

Mussoorie (280 kms from Delhi)
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Mussoorie has been a popular weekend getaway near Delhi. The hill station is famous for its colonial heritage and religious sites. It has also grown into a destination famous for scenic views and lush green fields. It is a perfect blend of nature with well constructed colonial style monuments.

Places to Visit in MussoorieLal Tibba, Lake Mist, Kempty Falls, The Mall Road, Camel Back Road, Benog Wildlife Sanctuary, Nag Tibba, Mossy Falls, etc.

Things to do Mussoorie
Paragliding, Rock climbing, Zip Swing, Trekking, Photography, Wildlife spotting at Benog Wildlife Sanctuary, etc.

Distance From Delhi:
 
280 kilometers

Best Time To Visit:
 
September-June

Where to Stay:
1. Amazing resorts in Mussoorie with the best facilities
                          2. 10 Best Homestays in Mussoorie

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12 Best Places to Visit Near Mussoorie
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Jaipur (281 kms from Delhi)

Jaipur (281 kms from Delhi)
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Located at a distance of less than 300 km away from Delhi, the capital city of Rajasthan is a perfect place amongst Weekend getaways near Delhi to spend a weekend like a king. The city has a number of architecturally magnificent palaces and mahals like Amber Palace, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jal Mahal and Sheesh Mahal, and majestic forts like Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort that portray the rich Mughal kingdom that once flourished in Jaipur.

 Sisodiya Rani Bagh park is a perfect place to spend an evening in Jaipur. The pink coloured buildings of the Old City of Jaipur justifies its name, “Pink City of India”. It takes 2 days to enjoy a comprehensive sightseeing tour of Jaipur.

Places to Visit in JaipurHawa Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, Amber Fort, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Jaigarh, City Palace, etc.

Things to do in Jaipur: 
Elephant Ride, Trekking, Camel Ride, Sightseeing, Photography etc.

Distance From Delhi: 
281 kilometres via NH 48

Best Time To Visit: 
October to March

Where to stay: 42 Best Places to Stay in Jaipur

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Kasauli (290 kms from Delhi)

Kasauli (290 kms from Delhi)
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A small town situated in the southwest part of Himachal, Kasauli has started to gain popularity over some years. It is nestled amongst woody forests of pine trees and is surrounded by a lot of cedar trees. The town owes its serene ambience to the British style built Victorian buildings and is not famous for any particular place or activity but for its calm and pristine environment as a whole. It is a great choice for a weekend getaway near Delhi that takes you away from the traffic and noise of the country capital.

Places to visit in KasauliTimber trail, Monkey point, Gurudwara Shri Guru Nanak Ji, Sunset point, Lover’s lane, Baptist church, Sri Baba Balak Nath temple, Christ Church

Things to do in Kasauli:
 Hike to lower mall road, Hike to Gilbert trail, Ride the toy train, Shopping at Kasauli Tibetan market, Sightseeing in Timber Trail, etc.

Distance from Delhi: 
290 kilometers

Best time to visit:
  All months except December and January due to heavy snowfall.

Where to Stay:
 25 Best Resorts in Kasauli

Also Read: 
12 Best Hill Stations near Kasauli

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Neemrana (126 kms from Delhi)

Neemrana (126 kms from Delhi)
At just a couple of hours away from Delhi, lies the beautiful city of Neemrana in Rajasthan that is wrapped in lush greenery. The pleasant climate of Neemrana makes it one of the best offbeat Weekend getaways near Delhi. The city’s prominent attraction, the Neemrana Palace Mahal is a tourist package in itself with luxurious rooms, buffet lunch, spa, vintage car rides and ziplining spots.

You can enjoy a stay here and visit other tourist spots of Neemrana that include the magnificent Baori stepwell,  Bala Quila or Alwar Fort that offers splendid views of the city below, and the royal Vinay Vilas Mahal or City Palace. Do not miss the jungle safari at Sariska National Park where you can spot the big cats as close as it can get!

Places to visit in Neemrana: Neemrana Fort Palace, Baori, Sariska National Park, Bala Quila

Things to do in Neemrana: Ziplining, Wildlife Safari, Sightseeing, Photography

Distance from Delhi: 126 km

Best time to visit: July to March
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Nahan (250 kms from Delhi)

Nahan (250 kms from Delhi)
Nahan, Himachal Pradesh is an incredible town nestled cozily in the lap of the Himalayan Shivalik range. This picturesque town has a number of stunning places to be visited like Renuka Lake where you could enjoy boating, click pictures with the real-life statues of animals like Suketi Fossil Park, marvel at the historical Jaitak Fort and seek blessings at  Jagannath Temple and Renuka Temple and it is one of famous the places near Delhi for weekend trip.

For those who love adventure, you can trek up the Jammu Peak and Churdhar Peak. The Trilokinath Cave Temple is a well-kept secret place in Nahan that is a "no-miss". The distance between Nahan and Delhi is less than 250 km; making it one of the enchanting Weekend getaways near Delhi.

Places to visit in Nahan: Shivalik Fossil Park, Renuka Wildlife Sanctuary, Renuka Temple, rani Tal, Jagannath Temple, Churdhar peak, Jamu peak

Things to do in Nahan: Trekking, Rock Climbing, Sightseeing, Photography, Hiking

Distance from Delhi: 
250 km

Best time to visit: 
September to November
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Solan (297 kms from Delhi)

Solan (297 kms from Delhi)
For those who want an instant getaway from the concrete jungles of Delhi, Solan is the go-to place. Also called as Mushroom City of India' and 'The City of Red Gold', Solan in Himachal Pradesh is a low-key hill station that has a pleasant climate all through the year.

At Solan, you can spend the Weekend getaways around Delhi enjoying fresh and clean air and amazing views of the Himalayan mountain ranges. The famous tourist spots of Solan are the Arki Fort, Chail Sanctuary, Kuthar Fort, Majathal Sanctuary, and Nalagarh Palace.  You can reach Solan by a five and a half-hour long road journey on NH44.

Places to visit in Solan: Kasauli, Nalagarh Palace, Kuthar Fort, Shoolini Mata Temple, Chail, Solan Brewery, Menri Monastery

Things to do in Solan: Sightseeing, Trekking, Hiking, Shopping, Photography

Distance from Delhi: 297 km

Best time to visit: April to June and September to November
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Bhimtal (314 kms from Delhi)

Bhimtal (314 kms from Delhi)
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Deriving its name from the mythological character Bhima, Bhimtal is referred to as Lake City. This city is gaining popularity with each passing day and has gradually made its way on the list of weekend getaways near Delhi. It retains its aesthetic beauty and has become an add on to visitors of Nainital. There is a beautiful aquarium near the lake that was a restaurant at first.

Places to visit in BhimtalBhimtal Lake, Victoria Dam, Hidimba Parvat, Garg Parwat, Nal Damyanti Tal, Butterfly Research Centre, etc.

Things to do in Bhimtal: 
Boating, Jungle Walk, Trekking, Bird Watching, Paragliding, Camping. Fishing, Rapelling, ATV rides, etc.

Distance From Delhi: 
314 Kilometers

Best time to visit: 
February to April and August to November

Where to Stay: 
15 Best Resorts in Bhimtal

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Naukuchiatal (319 kms from Delhi)

Naukuchiatal (319 kms from Delhi)

Naukuchiatal is a small lake village for people who love to live in the arms of nature. As the name suggests, it is famous for its 9 cornered lake that measures 1 kilometre and is 40 feet deep an is one of the best places near Delhi for weekend trip.

It is said that with one glimpse of all the nine corners, with both the feet on earth, a person fades in smoke to achieve nirvana. Naukuchiatal is blessed with panoramically splendid surroundings and a pleasant weather throughout the year.  

Places to visit in Naukuchiatal: Naukuchiatal Lake, Bhimtal Lake, Mukteshwar, Sattal Lake, Hanuman Temple, Jungliagaon, etc.

Things to do in Naukuchiatal:
 Sightseeing, Shopping, Fishing, Boating, Kayaking, Angling, Visit to temples and lakes, etc.

Distance From Delhi:
 319 Kilometers

Best time to visit: 
March to June and September to November

However, It is best preferred to take your private car that lets you reach the destination in approximately 6 hours.

Where to Stay: 
11 Best Naukuchiatal Resorts

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Nainital (337 kms from Delhi)

Nainital (337 kms from Delhi)

Nainital is one of the most popular weekend getaways near Delhi. The hill station has managed to attract people from all over India and abroad by its charming natural attractions and pleasant climate throughout the year. It is famous for lakes, nature and is a paradise for photographers. Nanital is also a quite popular spot to go for trekking near Delhi.

Places to visit in Nainital: Naini Lake, Naina peak, Tiffin Point, G.B. Pant High Altitude Zoo, Gurney House, Snow View, Lands’ end, Eco Cave Gardens

Things to do in Nainital: 
Bird watching at Kilbury bird sanctuary, nature walk by the side Naini Lake, boating in Naini lake, shopping at Mall road, paragliding etc

Distance From Delhi:
 
337 kilometers

Best Time To Visit:
 
March to June

Where to Stay: 
16 Best Resorts in Nainital

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Pangot (345 kms from Delhi)

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Pangot (345 kms from Delhi)

A popular hill station located at an elevation of 6500 feet above sea level near Nainital, Pangot is considered as one of the most pristine weekend getaways from Delhi. It is famous for having a record of 580 species of birds. Some of them are spotted and Slaty-backed Forktail, Rufous-bellied Woodpecker, Lammergeier, Himalayan Griffon, Rufous-bellied nilTava, Khalij Pheasant, Blue-winged Minla and a variety of thrushes.

This hill station is surrounded by the forested area of Cheena Peak Range via Snow View Point and Kilbury and presents the most breathtaking views for tourists.

Places to visit in Pangot: 
Himalaya View Point, Himalayan Botanical Garden, Eco Cave Garden, Guano Hills, Naina Peak, Nainital Lake, etc

Things to do in Pangot: Camping, Bird-watching, Trekking

Distance From Delhi: 
345 kilometres via NH 09

Best Time To Visit: 
March to June and September to November

Suggested Read: 
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Chail (356 Kms from Delhi)

Chail (356 Kms from Delhi)

Chail is a silent hill station situation close to Shimla. It became popular for having world’s highest cricket and polo ground. It also has luxurious resorts situated atop three hills. Since these resorts are near to Delhi NCR often act as luxury getaways to detox and it is one of the best places near Delhi for weekend trip.

Chail is a quintessential destination for travellers who are looking to have a calm and relaxed holiday. It gets you away from all the hustle bustle of the city or other hill stations that get crowded during vacation time.
Places to visit in Chail: Palace Hotel, Chail Wildlife Sanctuary, Kali Temple, Cricket Ground, Kali ka Tibba, Sadhupul Lake, etc.

Things to do in Chail
Horse riding, shopping and camping, Adventurous Safari, Explore Chail Palace, etc.

Distance from Delhi: 
356 kms

Best time to visit:
 March to mid-June

Where to Stay:
 12 Best Resorts in Chail
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Kufri (359 kms from Delhi)

Kufri (359 kms from Delhi)
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Popular amongst trekkers, Kufri is the start point of many treks to Manali, Shimla, Rewalsar, and Fagu. Kufri is situated 20 kilometres from Shimla is and is less crowded in comparison to other hill stations. Kufri, Shimla, and Chail together form the golden Triangle of Himachal Pradesh. The pleasant climate and natural beauty of Kufri make it a great location for holiday time and it is one of the best weekend getaways around Delhi.

Places to visit in Kufri:  Kufri Fun World, Mahasu Peak, Indira tourist park, Green valley, Kufri Valley, Fagu, Rupin pass, etc.

Things to do in Kufri: 
Yak riding, Horse riding, Skiing, Tobogganing, Hiking, Visit Indira tourist park and Himalayan National Park

Distance from Delhi:
 359 kilometers

Best time to visit: 
November to March

Where to Stay:
Check out the best resorts in Kufri for a wonderful stay.
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Ranikhet (357 Kms from Delhi)

Ranikhet (357 Kms from Delhi)

Ranikhet means Queen's farm. It is a hill station developed by the Britishers around ancient temples, mesmerising Himalayan hills, and forests. It has a cool climate and natural beauty that freshens up your senses and it is one of the best places to visit near Delhi in weekends.

It is also very popular as the Headquarters of the Kumaon Regiment of the Indian Army and has the Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum. The museum has a wide attracting display of weapons and photos to introduce visitors to the grandness and significance of military and its various historical instances.

Places to visit in Ranikhet:
  Jhula Devi Temple, Chaubatia Orchards, Majhkhali, Bhalu dam, Haidakhan Babaji temple, Satarmal sun temple

Things to do in Ranikhet: 
Visit the jungle themed park - Ashiyana, Walk through the orchards of Chaubatia gardens, Play at Upat golf course

Distance from Delhi: 
357 kms

Best time to visit:
 September to November

Where to Stay:
 12 Best Resorts in Ranikhet

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Naldehra (366 kms from Delhi)

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Naldehra (366 kms from Delhi)

Naldehra is high altitude Golf Course near Shimla that needs you to have a membership for entry. However, you can ride by pony or go up for a walk to check out the surroundings. This town is a very quaint and serene one in Himachal Pradesh and is known for its 9 hole golf course. It has lush green grounds where the breeze plays with your hair perfectly and it is one of the famous weekend getaways around Delhi.

Places to visit in Naldhera: Tattapani, Kogi Mata Temple, Chabba Village, Mahunag Temple, Chabba, Mahakali Temple, Shaily Peak, etc

Things to do in NaldehraSightseeing, Golf

Distance From Delhi: 
366 kilometres via NH 44 and NH 05

Best Time To Visit: 
April to June and September to November

Also Check:
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Mukteshwar (366 kms from Delhi)

Mukteshwar (366 kms from Delhi)

Mukteshwar has derived its name from Lord Shiva. The hill station is full of fruit orchards, conifer forests and rolling meadows situated at a height of 7500 feet. Mukteshwar has little cottages built in colonial style and a breathtaking view of Nanda Devi Peak. The hill station gets most of its electricity from the solar power set up here.

Places to visit in Mukteshwar
Mukteshwar Dham, IVRI, Chauli ki Jalai, Peora, Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow, Nathuakhan, etc.

Things to do in Mukteshwar: 
Climbing, Rappelling, Forest Walk, Trekking, Camping, Sunrise, Paragliding, Visit old temples, Shopping, etc.

Distance From Delhi:
 366 kilometers

Best time to visit:
 Throughout the year

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Almora (383 kms from Delhi)

Almora (383 kms from Delhi)

Almora is a hill station situated at a height of 1638 metres and is spread across 5 kilometres ridge at the hilltop of Kashyap. It is surrounded by pine and old oaks and has a spirit that’s very positive. The name of this place is derived from “kilmora” a tiny plant found in the nearby regions. The town is shaped like a horseshoe and it is one of the best places to visit near Delhi in weekends.

Places to visit in Almora: Zero Point, Jageshwar Temple, Kasar Devi, Katarmal sun temple, Chitai temple, Gobind Vallabh Pant Museum, etc.

Things to do in Almora:
 Spotting deer in deer park, Shopping, Rafting in Kali Sharda, Trekking, Enjoying sunrise, Visit Lakhudiyar Cave, etc.

Distance from Delhi: 
383 kilometers

Best time to visit:
 March to mid-June and September to November
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Ajmer (405 kms from Delhi)

Ajmer (405 kms from Delhi)
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Ajmer is a small city in Rajasthan that brings together diverse cultures. It is a heritage city that is located on the slopes of Aravali mountain range. Ajmer has been ruled by many dynasties in the past that led to marks of their culture and traditions in the city’s history. Today, the city has an amalgamation of various cultures and a blend of Hinduism and Islam.

Places to Visit in Ajmer
Taragarh Fort, Anasagar Lake, Adhai-din-ka-Jhonpr, Darga Sharif, etc

Things to do in Ajmer: Dargah Visit, Palace Tour, Sample Local Foods and Visit Local Markets

Distance From Delhi: 
405 kilometres via NH 48

Best Time To Visit: 
October and March

Where to Stay: 10 Best Places to Visit in Ajmer

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Pushkar (415 kms from Delhi)

Pushkar (415 kms from Delhi)

Pushkar in Rajasthan is a well-known Pilgrimage destination. However, the city has a lot of more aspects to it that is not very known to all. The annual camel fair in Pushkar, holy lake, a handful of adventures, and endless emotions to be captured on lens—Pushkar has it all for any avid traveller. It is not a very big city and can be easily navigated on foot and it is one of the beautiful weekend getaways from Delhi.


Places to Visit in PushkarPushkar Lake, Brahma Temple, Man Mahal, Ghats of Pushkar, Sati mata Temple, Pushkar Bazaar, etc

Things to do in Pushkar: Religious Visits, Camel Safari, Hot Air Ballooning, Road Trips and Desert Camping.

Distance From Delhi: 
415 kilometres via NH 48

Best Time To Visit: 
November to March

Where to Stay: 
Best resorts in Pushkar

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Kausani (434 kms from Delhi)

Kausani (434 kms from Delhi)
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With the correct blend of lush green valleys, pine tree forests, serpentines creeks, calmness and majestic Himalayan peaks, Kausani is one of the most enthralling hill stations in Uttarakhand. It gives the distant views of three peaks called Nanda Devi, Trishul, and Panchachuli. Previously, Kausani was called as Valna. Today, this place is blessed with many attractions and a sight of the sunset that cannot be missed by visitors.

Places to visit in KausaniRudradhari Falls and Caves, Gwaldam, Someshwar, Anasakti Ashram, Kausani Tea Estate, etc.

Things to do in Kausani: 
Trekking to Pinnath, Tour Kausani tea estate, Nature walks and hiking, Tour to various ashrams and museums, shopping, etc.

Distance from Delhi: 
434 kilometers

Best time to visit:
 March to June and October to February

Where to Stay: 
12 Best Resorts in Kausani for a luxurious Experience

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Delhi Tour Packages

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Mandi (443 kms from Delhi)

Mandi (443 kms from Delhi)
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Mandi is often referred to as the Varanasi of east. It is around 81 temples and is situated on the banks of the river Beas. This place got its name from Sage Mandav who meditated here and is perhaps the second most populated town in Himachal. Shimla being the first one. Mandi is popular amongst trekkers and is the start point of many treks towards Shikari Devi, Barot, Jhatingri, Karsog, etc.

Places to Visit in Mandi
Prashar Lake, Barot Valley, Bir Monastery, Panchvaktra Temple, Shikari Devi Sanctuary, Dhauladhar, etc.

Things to do in Mandi
Shopping, Trekking, Sightseeing, Camping, Day hiking, Fishing, Rafting

Distance From Delhi:
 443 kilometers

Best time to visit:
 March to October

Check Out:
Mandi Tour Packages

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Kangra (454 kms from Delhi)

Kangra (454 kms from Delhi)
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Kangra is fondly called as the “Land of Gods.” The mighty Beas River makes its way through lush green fields and creates an aura filled with positivity. It is recommended to plan your trip to Kangra well in advance considering the weather conditions here. Its majestic beauty and panoramic delights have something for all age groups. This place also has plenty of food and accommodation facilities and it is one of the places to visit near Delhi on weekends.

Places to visit in Kangra: 
Kangra Valley, Dal Lake, Kareri Lake, Chintpumi, The Brajeshwari Temple, Dhaulandhar Range, Masrur, etc.

Things to do in Kangra: 
Trekking, Forest Walk, Religious Worship, Paragliding, Mountain Biking, Sightseeing, etc.

Distance From Delhi: 
454 kilometers

Best time to visit:
 Throughout the year

Also Read: 
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Dharamshala (474 Kms from Delhi)

Dharamshala (474 Kms from Delhi)
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Dharamshala is situated on the upper hilly stretch of land of Kangra Valley that is located just against the picturesque scenes of Dhauladhar ranges. It is a hub for Tibetans is the home to Tibetan monk in exile. It is considered as one of the best places to visit and perfect for learning and exploring Buddhism and learn about the Tibetan Culture.

The city is distinctively divided into upper and lower divisions placed at different altitudes. The lower division is Dharamsala town while the upper division is popularly named as Mcleodganj.

Places to visit in DharamshalaDal Lake, Bhagsunag Falls, Kangra Fort, Tsuglad Khang Complex and Namgyal Monastery, Kangra Art Museum, Norbulingka Institute, The Dalai Lama Temple Complex, Jwalamukhi Devi Temple, etc.

Things to do in Dharamshala: 
Sightseeing, shopping, monastery visits, camping, temple visits, heritage walk, trekking, mountain biking, paragliding, etc are the main activities that can be done in Dharamshala

Distance from Delhi: 
474 kilometers via NH 44.

Best time to visit
October to March

Where to Stay: 
14 Best Resorts in Dharamshala

Suggested Read: 
15 Best Places to Visit near Dharamshala
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Bikaner (487 kms from Delhi)

Bikaner (487 kms from Delhi)
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Bikaner is a popular city situated in the northern region of Rajasthan. The city boasts of some of the world’s best riding camels and is perfectly nicknamed as the ‘camel country.’ The palaces, richly sculptured temples made out of red and yellow sand stones display some of the finest creations. The city of Bikaner actually takes visitors on a virtual trip into the history of traditions and customs of the Rajput civilization and it is one of the amazing weekend getaways from Delhi.

Places to visit in BikanerJunagarh Fort, Gajner Palace, Karni Mata Temple, National Research Centre on Camel

Things to do in Bikaner: Forts and Palace Visits, Camel Safari and Desert Camping

Distance From Delhi: 
487 kilometres via NH 11

Best Time To Visit: 
October to March

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Orchha (499 kms from Delhi)

Orchha (499 kms from Delhi)
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Orchha is situated on the banks of Betwa River and was the capital of one of the most powerful dynasties to ever rule in India-the Bundelas. This city is full of medieval architecture and has palaces and temples that convey this city's rich cultural heritage. The magnificence and grandeur of the Havelis and temples are absolutely breathtaking and manage to cast a spell on tourists from all around the world.

The world famous temple, Chaturbhuj Temple was built by Queen of Orchha, named Ganeshi Bai. Chhatris, Dauji ki Haveli, and Lakshmi temple are a few other places that cannot be missed by any tourist travelling to Orchha.

Places to visit in Orchha: 
Jahangir Mahal, Raja Mahal, Ram Raja Temple, Rafting and Boating

Things to do in Orchha: Palace Visit, Temple Tour and Historical Excursions

Distance From Delhi: 
499 kilometers via NH 44

Best Time To Visit: 
October to March

Where to Stay:
 10 Best Orchha Resorts

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Valley of Flowers (513 kms from Delhi)

Valley of Flowers (513 kms from Delhi)
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The valley of flowers was discovered by a mountaineer called Frank S Smith in the year 1931. This meeting point of Zanskar, eastern and western Himalayas was declared a world heritage site for its wild untamed blooms surrounded by white peaks. It is famous for the exotic and valuable varieties of medicinal herbs and it is one of the best places to visit near Delhi on weekends. It is also believed that Lord Hanuman brought Sanjivani to the ailing Lakshmana from the valley of flowers, Uttarakhand.

Places to visit in Valley of Flowers: 
Hemkund Sahib, Nanda Devi National Park, Ghangaria, Gaurikund, Bedini Bugyal, Badrinath Temple, etc

Things to do in 
Valley of Flowers: Trekking, Nature Photography and Wildlife Spotting

Distance From Delhi: 
526 kilometers via NH 334 and NH 07

Best Time To Visit: 
July and September

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Malana (524 kms from Delhi)

Malana (524 kms from Delhi)
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Malana is a village located in the north-east of Kullu Valley and believes in staying isolated from the rest of the world. It is located at a height of 2,652 meters and has its own lifestyle. People of this village are strict in following their customs. They call themselves the ancestors of great Alexander and thus consider themselves superior to others. Malana is worldwide famous for ‘Malana cream’ a strain of Cannabis hashish which has high oil content and an intense aroma.

Places to visit in MalanaChanderkhani, Jamlu Devta Temple, Jim Morrison Cafe, etc.

Things to do in Malana
Trekking, Jeep Safari, CampingDip in hot springs, Enjoy Psy Trance Festivals, etc. 

Distance from Delhi:
 524 kilometers

Best time to Visit:
 March to October.

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Dalhousie (560 kms from Delhi)

Dalhousie (560 kms from Delhi)
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Dalhousie is one of the favourite tourist destinations and is known for mesmerizing natural beauty and its old world charm. This hill station was one of the favourite summer destinations of the Britishers and truly reflects the majestic Victorian style mansions in this region. The quaint town transports you to a pollution-free environment in the lap of nature.

Places to visit in Dalhousie: Panch Pulla, Satdhara Falls, The Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, Dainkund peak, Bakrota hills, Subhash Baoli, etc

Things to do in Dalhousie: 
River crossing at river Ravi or Saal, River rafting in river Ravi or Saal, Shopping at the local bazaar, Trekking, etc.

Distance from Delhi: 
560 kilometers

Best time to visit:
 Can be travelled to any time of the year

Where to Stay:
Best Relaxing Resorts in Dalhousie

Suggested Read:
 8 Best Places to Visit Near Dalhousie

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Chamba (597 kms from Delhi)

Chamba (597 kms from Delhi)
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Chamba is the perfect holiday destination all of us dream of. It has away from human civilization and is nestled in the topography and environment. River Ravi flow through the town and adds on to the scenic beauty of this place. There are lakes, wildlife sanctuaries, and temples that make you fall in love with this virgin land and make you want to settle down here.

Places to visit in Chamba
Chamera Lake, Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Manimahesh Lake, Himachal Emporium, Hariraya temple, Church of Scotland

Things to do in Chamba: 
Shopping, Exploring wildlife, Trekking, White water river rafting, Canoeing Kayaking, Visit temples and lakes, Boating, etc.

Distance from Delhi: 
597 kilometers

Best time to visit:
 All around the year, recommended months - March to June

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Kanatal (312 kms from Delhi)

Kanatal (312 kms from Delhi)
Kanatal is a quaint little town in Uttarakhand that is blessed with majestic hills, apple orchards, and dense Kodai forests and is 300 km away from Delhi. This picturesque high-altitude town has an amazing climate all round the year and the sightseeing places that should be on your bucket list are Jai Seim Kaaliya Nagaraja Temple, Kaudia forest, Jwalpa Devi Temple, Tehri Dam, and Surkanda Devi temple.

Despite offering solitude and tranquility, Kanatal is also one of the finest weekend getaways from Delhi to enjoy adrenaline rushing outdoor activities like rappelling, trekking, jungle safari through thick woods, valley crossing on suspended ropes, and camping. Visit Kanatal during the winter months when this picturesque hamlet gets draped in sheets of white snow.

Places to visit in Kanatal: New Tehri, Surkanda Devi Temple, Tehri Dam, Kaudia Forest, Dhanaulti, Tehri Lake

Things to do in Kanatal: Camping, Trekking, Rappling, Jungle Safari, Skiing, Rock Climbing

Distance from Delhi: 312 km

Best time to visit: April to September
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Narkanda (404 kms from Delhi)

Narkanda (404 kms from Delhi)
Treat your sore eyes that are tired of the views of high-rise buildings and serpentine traffic jams with Weekend getaways from Delhi with a trip to the fairyland of Narkanda in Himachal Pradesh. With spectacular lush green landscapes, cloud kissing peaks and serene lakes, Narkanda lures the city dwellers of Delhi with its hypnotic beauty.

The major hotspots are the Hatu Peak, Narkanda Peak, and the placid Tani Jubbar Lake. Most of the temples in Narkanda are built on scenic hilltops amidst mesmerizing backgrounds and the prominent temples are Hatu Peak Temple, Derthu Mata Temple, and Narkanda Temple. Narkanda looks surreal in winters in snowfall and you can enjoy skiing too.

Places to visit in Narkanda: Hatu Peak, Hatu Mata Temple, Stokes Farm, Jau Baug, Tanni Jubbar lake, Mahamaya Temple

Things to do in Narkanda: 
Trekking, Horse Riding, Biking, Camping, Jeep Safari

Distance from Delhi: 404 km

Best time to visit: April to June
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Jodhpur (607 kms from Delhi)

Jodhpur (607 kms from Delhi)

Jodhpur is named as "Gateway to Thar" and is famous for forts, blue houses, temples, sweets, and snacks. It is also called the Blue City as it looks blue in colour from an aerial view because of its blue walls and houses. Today, Jodhpur has grown as a city with wider and cleaner roads in some parts. But never the less, the magic lies in the old city that has hundreds of eating joints and vendors, shops, guesthouses, etc. The landmark clock tower and Sardar Market truly depict the culture of Jodhpur.

Places to Visit in JodhpurMehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Khejarla Fort, Balsamand Lake, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, Balsamand Lake, Umed Garden Zoo, etc

Things to do in Jodhpur: 
Forts and Palace Tours, Local Shopping, Flying Fox, Bicycle and Cultural Tours

Distance From Delhi: 
607 kilometres via NH 48

Best Time To Visit: 
October to February

Where to Stay: 
20 Best Resorts in Jodhpur

Recommended read:
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Ranakpur (626 kms from Delhi)

Ranakpur (626 kms from Delhi)
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Ranakpur is a tiny quaint town filled with rich culture amidst the secluded valley of Aravali Ranges in Rajasthan. Verdant greenery and gushing streams, in the state of deserts, present a unique spectacle to visitors. Ranakpur is also one of a famous pilgrim centre of the state and has the most prominent Jain Temple making it a very important place for the Jain community of India.

Places to visit in Ranakpur: 
Ranakpur Jain Temple, Sadri, Surya Narayan Temple, Muchhal Mahavir Temple

Things to do in Ranakpur: 
Trekking, Pilgrimage, Sightseeing, Camping

Distance From Delhi: 
626 kilometres via NH 58 and NH 48

Best Time To Visit: 
October to February

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Khajuraho (646 kms from Delhi)

Khajuraho (646 kms from Delhi)

Khajuraho is said to an architectural masterpiece in itself. It is known for its stunning temples adorned by erotic and sensuous carvings. It depicts Indian architecture and takes us  back in the medieval period. The architecture of these Hindu and Jain temples here depict the most innocent form of love. Displaying passion in the most erotic yet aesthetic way, the walls of the temple are perfectly carved.

Places to visit in Khajuraho: Kandariya Mahadev Temple, Light and sound show, Lakshman temple, Devi Jagdamba temple

Things to do in Khajuraho: Khajuraho Dance Festival, Temple Visits, Wildlife Tours and Historical Visits

Distance From Delhi: 
646 kilometers via Taj Express Highway

Best Time To Visit: 
October to March

Suggested Read: 
25 Best Places to Visit in Delhi in Summers

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Spiti Valley (735 kms from Delhi)

Spiti Valley (735 kms from Delhi)
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Spiti Valley of the less explored destinations in Himachal Pradesh and is located at a very high altitude in the eastern part of Himachal Pradesh. It is famous for its splendid views, Buddhist monasteries and Tibetan culture, of course, the untouched natural beauty. It is a destination for trekkers, hikers and is recommended only to strong hearted people who are mentally prepared to withstand various situations. This region becomes completely isolated during the winters.

Places to visit in Spiti ValleyKey Monastery, Gandhola Monastery, Baralacha Pass, Dhankar Lake, Lhalung Monastery, etc.

Things to do in Spiti Valley: 
River rafting, camping, trekking, stargazing, fossil hunting, Village walk, Visit Ancient Buddhist monasteries, etc.

Distance from Delhi
735 kilometers

Best time to visit
: June, July and September 

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Jaisalmer (827 kms from Delhi)

Jaisalmer (827 kms from Delhi)
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Jaisalmer is situated close to Pakistan Border and is a major tourist destination located in the northwestern state of Rajasthan. It is one of the most popular weekend getaways near Delhi and is called as the 'golden city' due to its bounteous sand dunes flowing in the Thar Desert. People from all over the country and even the world gather to witness the ethnic cultural spirit of Jaisalmer.

Places to Visit in JaisalmerJaisalmer Fort, Sam Sand Dunes, Gadisar Lake, Tazia fort and Badal palace, Patwon Ki Haveli, Nathmal-ki-Haveli,  Khaba Fort, Amar Sagar Lake, Vyas Chhatri, etc

Things to do in Jaisalmer: Parasailing, Jeep Safari, Visit Bazaars and Havelis, Dune Bashing

Distance From Delhi: 
827 kilometres via MDR 103

Best Time To Visit: 
October to March

 Where to Stay:
1. 15 Best Resorts in Jaisalmer
                           2. 51 Best Jaisalmer Deserts Camps

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