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Looking for adventurous wildlife destinations to explore with your buddies? Then these 7 are the best according to HolidayIQ travellers.

1. Chikmagalur: One of the best trekking spots

Chikmagalur: One of the best trekking spots
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sunil Chaurasia shares, “Also On the way you can see the Z POINT, which is for trekking route. After this follow the same route and reach the JEEP point. And rest all will be a wonderful memory you carry.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Nishitha K N shares, “Must visit Mullayanagiri is awesome place . It is the one of the highest peak in Karnataka. This place is best for trekking.View from the top of Mullayanagiri hills is very beautiful and awesome.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Deepmala Yadav adds, “Must visit Awesome natural beauty. It has a small temple on the top. Carry food and water with you because there are no good shops. And wear shoes for trekking.” Read Full Review 



2. Kemmanagundi: Water stream all around

Kemmanagundi: Water stream all around
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sreejesh Suresh says, “Awesome landscape and a 360-degree view from the top We were there at the day night, even though the sunset from there would be awesome, it is recommended to return before sunset as the trekking route is dangerous and sometimes near the edge of the mountain.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Indu Eby adds, “Small, Cute and Serene This is a small, steady stream of water. - and the water tasted really good! The place was calm with not much of a crowd - we were the only people there. This is on the way back from Kemmanagundi z point trekking - so it helps in relaxing and refreshing as well. It's good if you can dress light if you want to enjoy the fall. Remember to remove footwear, watches and anything of the like.” Read Full Review

3. Dhanaulti: Variety of mountains

Dhanaulti: Variety of mountains
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rajani Binod says, “Beautiful temple with distinct architecture The 2km trek to visit the temple is a must-have experience and the temple and view of Himalayas are awesome from the temple premises. Carry your trekking stick, water, glucose and dates to be in a better position to cover this steep trek. The mind gets immense peace after reaching the temple post 2 hours of trek. It takes 3 hours to reach the top of the pinnacle (around 6 km). Better carry 3 bottles of water per person. On the top Rainy water stored in small tank available. ” Read Full Review

4. Mahuli Fort: Heritage and greenery

Mahuli Fort: Heritage and greenery
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HolidayIQ Reviewer harikrishn Bommareddy says, “Very good place for trekking for Mahuli Fort recently. trekking was thrilling and adventurous. Monsoon to Winter is good time to visit. Specially in September or October lot of greenery to see and feel. It takes 3 hours to reach the top of the pinnacle (around 6 km). Better carry 3 bottles of water per person. On the top Rainy water stored in small tank available. I have seen some people cooking and eating there. It it 78 km from Thane comes on left side while going to Nashik. Go, Trek and enjoy.” Read Full Review

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5. Pokhara: Wonderful wildlife

Pokhara: Wonderful wildlife
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HolidayIQ Reviewer RAMMOHAN SHROFF says, “A must see for Mountaineering enthusiasts It is a really good place to learn about the history of the evolution of Earth and how mountains came into the picture and how the Himalayas took shape. The display of the Mountaineering dresses worn by statues [Mannequins] clearly displays the cold climate that one would experience during the mountaineering and trekking. The gas jars, the protective gear, and the goods that have been brought down from the Himalayas, however, reflect a sad story about those lost individuals and the garbage being dumped up there in the Mountains. Take a snap with those unforgettable dresses for mountaineering and you will cherish them. The respect is given to the first climbers and the Greats of Nepal. and those who have created other records also is a must to watch. ” Read Full Review

6. Auli: Awesome trekking spot

Auli: Awesome trekking spot
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sumit Kumar adds, “An awesome skiing and sightseeing destination We visited Auli in the first week of February. It is a small place near Joshimath and important skiing destination. It was definitely worth the trip. Sightseeing- You get beautiful panoramic views of the Himalayas from the top. Trekking- There is a separate route for trekking so you will enjoy trekking if you are up to it :) Advice to travellers: Temperature may dip as low as -1deg to 0 deg, so go prepared with your winter gear. Those who like visiting hills, trekking, adventure sports will like this place. This place is not crowded as Shimla or Manali but you will definitely like it here..” Read Full Review

7. Guntur: Excitement and fun all around

Guntur: Excitement and fun all around
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HolidayIQ Reviewer ram k says, “Carry good amount of water and food before trekking to the place This place happens to be very near to my native place but went many times. This place is around 20 km from Guntur. The idol is so lively and it's a feast for our eyes when seen with floral decoration. My tip for the visitors is to carry food with you and do not expect any facilities at the top. Glucose is best to have for first-time trekkers. On the way to the fort, you can also try great food at Subhani Hotel Opp. ITC for mouth-watering Biryani and Kichiddi's. Hope you do not forget to carry a good stock of food and water while starting the trekking. ” Read Full Review

8. Karjat: Wildlife at village

Karjat: Wildlife at village
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jaidev Lohia says, “Peth Fort - Just another trekking place There is nothing special to be written about Peth Fort. It's similar to any other trekking destination. 472m in height and 6 km of trekking. Parking space available below. Two-wheelers can go for further 3 km till a small village and on foot from there. Food is available in the village but you will have to order it before climbing and you will be served after returning. After the village you will find many villagers serving Lemon juice at different spots along the trek, well, of course, it is chargeable, at Rs. 30 per glass.” Read Full Review

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