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For All Dilliwalas Who Are In Love. 8 Ultimate Breaks For Valentine's Day

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HolidayIQ travellers list 8 places around Delhi that you can explore this Valentine’s day without splurging.

For All Dilliwalas Who Are In Love. 8 Ultimate Breaks For Valentine's Day:

  1. Chail (Himachal Pradesh)
  2. Kufri (Himachal Pradesh)
  3. Agra (Uttar Pradesh)
  4. Valley of Flowers National Park, Valley of flowers (Uttarakhand)
  5. Nainital (Uttarakhand)
  6. Mukteshwar (Uttarakhand)
  7. Binsar (Uttarakhand)
  8. Shekhawati (Rajasthan)

1. Chail

Chailsource: wikimedia.org

Visit the beautiful town of Chail, which is popular for housing the highest cricket ground in the world. Enclosed by pine and deodar forests, Chail is a perfect weekend destination for hikers. Indulge in angling, nature walks, trekking, hiking and horse riding, if you are a thrill seeker. 

HolidayIQ traveller Mithila Tambe from Mumbai shares, “Chail is scenic beauty of Himachal. Untouched or raw beauty of Himachal, near Shimla. Palace and Kali maa mandir is the attraction point of tourist. You can avail stay at the rich palace. If travelling in winter should carry warm cloths as well. It is worth visiting chail.”

Distance: 345 km from Delhi

2. Kufri

Kufrisource: himachaltourism.org

Explore the area around Kufri on horseback or go for a yak ride. Kufri is also famous for its nature parks and picnic spots. Adventure enthusiasts can go for trekking and hiking trails.

HolidayIQ traveller Mohan Gupta from Nasik shares, “Kufri is valley near Shimla. It is 30 km from Shimla. When travelling to Kufri from Shimla we can enjoy sightseeing of mountains which is cover by show and evening all mountains is just look like golden mountains and Horse riding is quite awesome, we can enjoy show rafting, show biking and many more games. Over all its awesome.”

Distance: 374 km from Delhi

3. Agra

Agrasource: allwonders.com

Agra, the land of the Taj Mahal, which is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is situated on the banks of River Yamuna. Agra’s rich historical background is reflected through its numerous monuments. Apart from the Taj Mahal, the city is home to other UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Fatehpur Sikri and Agra Fort.

HolidayIQ traveller Shivu Dabas from New Delhi shares, “I went to Agra with my school mates, and it was a worth tip. One should go to Agra once and see 1st of seven wonders of the world Taj mahal. It's a beautiful tomb with engravings of past on its walls. Purana qila near Taj mahal is too a great fort to go. You get a direct view of Taj mahal from here. The market in the campus of Taj mahal is full of Indian art, having beautiful artefacts. Dhabas near Taj mahal have a tasty food. I'm from Delhi and my group really enjoyed trip to Agra. It's so much fun roaming around our historic sites and cultural heritages.”

Distance: 210 km from Delhi

4. Valley Of Flowers

Valley Of Flowerssource: wikimedia.org

Are you fascinated by fairy tales? Then, plan a trip to the Valley of Flowers. The valley is endowed with more than 520 species of plants, of which there are 498 flowering plants. Check out flowers like the brahmakamal, blue poppy and cobra lily.

HolidayIQ traveller Tarun Srivastava shares, “It's awesome experience of natural beauty of Nanda devi biosphere and its surroundings. Trekking and mule riding are other adventure activities you can enjoy. Nearby can visit Shri badrinath temple along with Mana village also. Peace of mind and beautiful flowers take you close to nature and Shri Hemkund Sahib is world's highest Gurudwara also on the way which is must visit but open only specific time of year.”

Distance: 541 km from Delhi

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5. Nainital

Nainitalsource: wikimedia.org

Nainital is one of the popular hill stations of North India and was founded in 1841 by the British. It was the summer retreat for the British. This beautiful hill station of Uttarakhand has number of sightseeing attractions popular among tourists. Sightseeing in the town includes elevated peaks of Himalayas, lakes and tree-covered hillsides.

HolidayIQ traveller Varun Goyal from New Delhi shares, “Nainital is very popular hill station at Uttarakhand in India. Nainital are place in the foothills of outer Himalayan. Temperature of Nainital in summer not more than 27 degree Celsius and at night the temperature falls to minimum-10 degree in summer and 0-5 in winter. There are many Place for wandering like Aryabhatta Research institute of observation science in arise there are many telescope for astronomical observation. And in Nainital there are various famous wandering place like cave garden, arise, zoo. So my experience in Nainital is very good I watched Himalayan hills like Nanda devi, Panchkula and other place in Nainital. The name of Nainital are depend upon Nani devi. The shape of Tal is mango. You will go Nainital at summer these is my suggestion and you will carry warm clothes.”

Distance: 298.5 km km from Delhi

6. Mukteshwar

Mukteshwarsource: wikimedia.org

Nestled in the womb of nature and Mukteshwar is a perfect romantic getaway. Relax amidst coniferous trees, wild and ornamental flower beds and fruit orchards. Enjoy the rich scenic beauty with magnificent views of the Himalayas.

HolidayIQ traveller Anshul from Delhi shares, “Mukteshwar offers so much in so less space that you wonder whether you have seen so much blessings from mother nature. The place has snow covered Himalayan peaks and mountains, enriching heritage temples and amazing trek path. Chauli ki Jali is a must visit place for anybody who wishes to get refreshed from his daily woes and troubles. The nature takes all your pain away and lets you cherish each moment of the time spent there. You may as well lose the track of time there. The Maggie stalls are must eat outs. Best Maggie ever.”

Distance: 332 km km from Delhi

7. Binsar

Binsarsource: wikimedia.org

Binsar will bring you much closer to nature. Located at an elevation of 2412 mts above sea level, Binsar is situated amidst the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. Catch a glimpse of some of the beautiful peaks from Zero Point - the snow-covered peaks of Nanda Devi and Nanda Kot.

HolidayIQ traveller Rakesh Jha from New Delhi shares, “Binsar is a perfect holiday destination for nature lovers. It is not a usual hill-station with mall road, shopping and crowd. Binsar is surrounded by dense forest where calm and peace prevails. Every sound of the birds and animals can be heard clearly. Those who love Himalayan views and trekking will find this place like no other.”

Distance: 376 km from Delhi

8. Shekhawati

Shekhawatisource: wikimedia.org

Unravel the mysteries behind forts, havelis and other historical structures in Shekhawati. Popular attractions are the Haveli, Nadine Prince, Morarka Haveli Museum, Dr. Ramnath A Podar Haveli Museum, Jagannath Singhania Haveli and the Khetri Mahal. Go on a camel safari to enjoy the desert.

Distance: 281 km from Delhi

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