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8 Locations Close to Nature For The Traveler in His 60s!

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Planning to go on a vacation post-retirement? Here are some of the best spots as per HolidayIQ traveler. 

1. Ooty : One of its Kind

Ooty : One of its Kind
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Alok Mishra says, “A must-do thing while the tour of Ooty NMR (NILGIRI MOUNTAIN RAILWAY) is one of the best examples of engineering inducted by British while they ruled over here. A 46 km journey up the hill gives a splendid view of steep terrains, waterfall, picturesque mountains and many more eye-pleasing sceneries. As the total distance of 46 km is covered in about 5 hours, it is advisable to be patient and enjoy the nature. ” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Manoj Saini adds, “Not to miss, one of its kind Excellent journey, we visited Ooty early Oct, so after Rainy season, there was greenery all around. We boarded the 9 am the train from Ooty to Coonoor. It takes almost one and half hour and all the time you will be peeking out of the window to see the mother nature. ” Read Full Review

2. Manali : A snowclad heaven

Manali : A snowclad heaven
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rahul Chatterjee shares, “Great place with limited access We had taken one Innova to reach Rohtang Pass. However, we could not reach the Pass as there were restrictions so all the vehicles could go only halfway. The visit is worth it. It was summertime and we had started early but there was a lot of traffic jam.” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Suvobroto Ray Chaudhuri says, “Don't Miss The Pass Rohtang Pass, already a very popular tourist place in Manali. It is located at an elevation of 13, 051 ft. It is 51 km away from Manali. We hired a vehicle from Manali and we reached there in about 3 hours. ” Read Full Review 

3. Wayanad : Natural beauty at its best

Wayanad : Natural beauty at its best
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rubal Arora shares, “Great trek plus amazing view You get to the forest department's part through a really terrible road. Pay 750 per group (10) and start your trek with a guide provided to you by the forest department. (If you are less than 10 or going solo, I suggest waiting for another group and ask them if you could go with the” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Shalini Trivikram shares, “Awesome Picnic spot with waterfalls Kanthanpara Waterfall (also Kanthenpara) is a unique picnic spot where you could spend quality time with your family or friends. There are two waterfalls surrounded by plantations and the forest.” Read Full Review 

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