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Tailor-Made Places for People in Their 30's!

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Whether you are an adventurous family or a religious one, chilled out beach lovers or gregarious foodies, the following list will compel you to plan your next travel. Time to book your tickets!

1. Rishikesh: For the adventurous-pious ones

Rishikesh: For the adventurous-pious ones
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HolidayIQ reviewer Himanshu shares, "Incase with family, always go for jungle camps as it offers more area and is much safer. Jungle camps are located on side tributaries and have firm and rocky landscape. In all camps, there are options for recreation like volleyball and badminton. In the morning, go for rafting. If you really want to have an adventure, then always sit on the front row so that in every rapid you can taste the refreshing cold water of Ganges."

HolidayIQ reviewer Reshma adds, "Apart from bungee jumping you can also try giant swing and flying fox at Jumping Heights and feel the adrenaline rush."

2. Kausani: If you are into hills!

Kausani: If you are into hills!
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It's not just a holy holiday!

HolidayIQ reviewer Debesh shares, "The beautiful sunset, sunrise and tea gardens, you wonder what can be more charming than this! This place is ideal for a family. As there is something for everyone. Elderly can relax and adore the natural beauty. Small children can play in lawns while couples can take a long walk in the forest and rejuvenate their bonding. Middle aged can have a much-needed break from their busy city life. In today’s world where we try to become conscious about the budget, this place gives you more value for money."

3. Mahabalipuram: For the love of ancient wonders

Mahabalipuram: For the love of ancient wonders
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"This is a seaside small town near to Chennai with historical monuments," HolidayIQ reviewer Prasad introduces Mahabalipuram. 

HolidayIQ reviewer Syed gives a detailed account, "I had been to Mahabalipuram with my family. I liked the ancient temples which were a delight to see. Arjunas penance, the five rathas and the shore temple are very well maintained. We had been to the top of the lighthouse and the view from the top was awesome. We had fun at the beach too. Really worth visiting this wonderful place."

4. McLeodganj: If you love some fun!

McLeodganj: If you love some fun!
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HolidayIQ reviewer Arvind says, "Travellers must visit McLeodganj as the majestic mountains call tourists to experience the best of what nature has to offer. Experience bliss while camping under billions of stars with your family in Triund."

HolidayIQ reviewer Onkar talks about his experience, "The streets of McLeodganj are full of Tibetan monks in traditional dresses, chanting their religious verse and Tibetan goodwill flags. Local sightseeing includes Bhagsu Falls, St. John's Church, Dharamkot, Dalai Lama Temple, Norbulingka Monastery."

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5. Coorg: Feel close to nature

Coorg: Feel close to nature
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HolidayIQ reviewer Srinath gives an apt introduction, "Coorg is a hilly forest destination and famous for its coffee cultivation." HolidayIQ reviewer Anoop lists out places to go, "First day we visited the Namdroling Monastery. It was a great sight. Next was the Cauvery Nisarga dam, a peaceful place where a family can go. And next was the Dubare Elephant Camp."

HolidayIQ reviewer Yash says, "Coorg, out of all the hill stations I have been to, was the most peaceful one. Do not miss the local South Indian food when you are out and about, especially the South Indian Thali. There are plenty of coffee shops and spice shops if you want to do some shopping."

6. Havelock Island: Calling all water-babies!

Havelock Island: Calling all water-babies!
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HolidayIQ reviewer Rogar gives a fitting introduction, "Absolute heaven on earth is how I can describe the island. Simple people, unspoilt beauty and uncrowded beaches."

HolidayIQ reviewer Tapas says, "There are two superb beaches - Radharani and Kala Patthar. Radharani is world famous and can be accessed by local autorickshaws and buses. It's a smooth beach with lots of greenery. There are snorkelling and boat rides available. Lovely place to spend your time with your family and friends. Kala Patthar is a little distance away from the central area."

7. Mumbai: For the love of food and nightlife!

Mumbai: For the love of food and nightlife!
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HolidayIQ reviewer Kumud shares, "Mumbai is always so well illuminated. One can experience the wonderful night life where families are out till late night enjoying food joints or cool pleasant sea breeze at Marine Drive (Nariman point)."

HolidayIQ reviewer Veeranki lists out what to do in Mumbai, "Coming to must-visits, Gateway of India, Essel water park, Shivaji terminus, Elephanta caves are some such places. When it comes to food, even Mcdonald or KFC can't beat Vada Pav." Also, don't miss out the Khao Galis!

The views above are collated from opinions expressed by travellers on www.holidayiq.com

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