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No Leaves? Bunk Office & Escape To These 7 Secret Getaways Where Your Boss Can’t Reach You

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Away from internet and mobile network access, HolidayIQ Travellers recommend these incredibly beautiful and remote holiday destinations where your boss won't be able to reach you. A boss-free holiday!

No Leaves? Bunk Office & Escape To These 7 Secret Getaways Where Your Boss Can’t Reach You:

  1. Manikaran (Himachal Pradesh)
  2. Kerala
  3. Sikkim
  4. Lonavala (Maharashtra)
  5. Chitkul (Himachal Pradesh)
  6. Lahaul and Spiti (Himachal Pradesh)
  7. Coorg (Karnataka)

1. A Village Connected To The Rest Of The World Through A Wooden Bridge - Tosh

A Village Connected To The Rest Of The World Through A Wooden Bridge - Toshsource: outlooktraveller.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Rituparna Sen says, “Tosh is a 10-km trek or road route from Manikaran. It is a secret weekend getaway from Delhi but thronged by Israelis and foreigners. It is a perfect place to travel alone and get disconnected from the world. To describe the place it is mountains, snow and greenery with wooden cottages, and warmth of the villagers of Tosh." HolidayIQ Traveller Vivek Agarwal adds, “It is on the top of a hill and also surrounded by higher hills covered with snow, staring at which makes you feel like you are in heaven.”

2. Solitary Village Inside The Ranni Reserve Forest - Gavi

Solitary Village Inside The Ranni Reserve Forest - Gavisource: blogspot.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Anooj says, “Your cell phone will not wake you up from your trance as there is no mobile coverage here in Gavi." HolidayIQ Traveller Siraj adds, “You will constantly be out of range of your phone and in touch with mother nature.”

3. Get Disconnected. Visit The Frozen Lake Of Gurudongmar

Get Disconnected. Visit The Frozen Lake Of Gurudongmarsource: wikimedia.org

HolidayIQ Traveller Nishit Jain shares, "The drive is beautiful. If you are lucky and have a clear sky (like we did), you see brown and white mountains on all four sides with a deep blue overhead. Parts of the journey seemed surreal; you are brought back to reality by the few army bases you cross en route. I've never seen a frozen lake before and it is a sight worth beholding. Nestled in between large snow capped peaks, the lake can't be spotted from a distance at all. You chance upon it suddenly and the first view takes your breath away. A solid white mass! And you can walk and jump on it, frightfully at first and with abandon after."

4. Tree Houses 40 Ft Above The Forest - The Machan, Lonavala

Tree Houses 40 Ft Above The Forest - The Machan, Lonavalasource: intoday.in

HolidayIQ Traveller Chhavi Agarwal says, “Amazing experience to be cut off from city life. Weak phone connections and no TV in the room ensures you don't spend time on calls but live in the present, enjoying nature. I loved the concept of games - Scrabble - and books on nature and science in the room.”

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5. The Last Inhabited Village Of India - Chitkul

The Last Inhabited Village Of India - Chitkulsource: go2india.in

HolidayIQ Traveller Bharat K says, “A quiet little village literally at the end of the road. A signpost proudly announces you have reached the end of the road as you stare at the beautiful mountains.”

6. One Of The Highest Villages In The World - Kibber

One Of The Highest Villages In The World - Kibbersource: trekearth.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Dipan Dutta says, “From Kaza, you can go to Kibber, the highest village on Earth and Ki Monastery.

7. Resort In The Middle Of Nowhere - Tamara, Coorg

Resort In The Middle Of Nowhere - Tamara, Coorgsource: youtube.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Manohar Godse says, “My main purpose to visit Tamara was to have an isolated holiday away from concrete jungle and typical ambience of the city hotels. I loved the tent-style accommodation.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Maheshwari, “I had heard a lot about the Tamara before I decided to go to Coorg. The drive to the resort on the cement road and the welcome was a pleasant surprise.”

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

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