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6 Ideas for Professional Chillers in their '30s!

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Wondering how to spice up your '30s? The answer is travelling! Here are some great places that you must cover in your '30s. And trust us, you won't regret it. 

1. Kodaikanal: Chill by the lake

Kodaikanal: Chill by the lake
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HolidayIQ reviewer Murali shares, "Best holiday place for middle-aged people. Boating, horse riding, flowers park, Guna rock, pine tree valley, green valley, pillar rock, Coaker's walk, and Berijam lake."

HolidayIQ reviewer Girish says, "Boating on the lake is something that can be enjoyed by everybody regardless of age. The low hanging clouds are a refreshing sight. Shopping is located around the lake area and the common goods sold there range from souvenirs and clothes to locally made chocolates. Horse riding and bicycling can also be enjoyed near the lake."

2. Shoghi: If you love adventure!

Shoghi: If you love adventure!
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HolidayIQ reviewer Swetha describes her experience, "After reaching Shogi we all were amazed and thrilled to see such a refreshing tranquil beauty of nature. With the sun rising, a slight glimpse of the Himalayas, scary dense forest and the chirping birds something Delhi majoring lack."

HolidayIQ reviewer Munish shares, "Perfect destination away from the city life. Enjoy the nature in its raw form. Activities and things to do: Trekking, Burma Bridge, Hammock, Rappelling, Monkey Crawl."

3. Bandhavgarh: The raw wildlife!

Bandhavgarh: The raw wildlife!
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HolidayIQ reviewer Sudipta shares a detailed account of his visit, "The most magnificent is the Tala zone. For entering this zone, a premium zone, you need to pay double the amount you pay for Magadhi or Khitauli, but the richness of forest and wildlife is definitely going to compensate for that. The jungle safari is well-organized and the gates opened dot on schedule. The pugmarks of the kings are spotted in plenty, warning calls of langurs, cheetahs and sambhar lead you to the unforgettable moment of sighting the king of the jungle in his abode."

4. Manali: Do you like flying?

Manali: Do you like flying?
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HolidayIQ reviewer Pranav shares, "Fantastic place to visit all round the year. Jana waterfall is must visit place. Enjoy the local food there while sitting in the waterfall. Awesome experience. Get Rohtang pass permit online before going there."

HolidayIQ reviewer Rakesh talks about his experience, "Manali is a valley of God's. I was lucky to see the snow at Solang Valley. This city is to see snow and mountains with long deodar trees. Watching valleys and flow of the Beas river was so good for rafting. I enjoyed lots of adventures like paragliding, skiing and rafting."

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5. Pelling: Lively life of the hill stations!

Pelling: Lively life of the hill stations!
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HolidayIQ reviewer Ajesh says, "Excellent view of Kanchenjunga. On the way to Pelling see the Buddha Park. Life history of Buddha in paintings!"

Debashish lists out must-visit places, "The city sightseeing includes the Rabdantse (the ruins of the old royal palace). The way is through a jungle where you may feel a touch of adventure. Besides, there are a few waterfalls around Pelling, the most fascinating of them is Kanchanjungha falls. Change falls is very famous too. Never forget to visit Pemiyangste monastery, clove plantation, hellipad and Khechiperi Lake."

6. Daman: For the beach bums!

Daman: For the beach bums!
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HolidayIQ reviewer Pravin says, "Easily accessible from Mumbai, 160 on any weekend. Quite, serene and well-maintained town. Good seashore, excellent stays and food options. Do visit "Veera da Dhaba" for authentic Punjabi fare. The old area of Portuguese Fort is worth visiting."

HolidayIQ reviewer Arjun says, "Daman has beaches, fort and many other places to visit, which is definitely going to relax your mood. Everybody knows that it's heaven for drinkers because liquor is very cheap here."

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

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