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Rekindle Your 40s Romance Hillside At These 7 Idyllic Spots

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Go camping, star gaze or sit by a campfire and rekindle the flames of your romance. HolidayIQ reviewers have these 7 perfect places in mind for you. 

1. Wayanad

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jai Bharathi adds, “The Highest Peak with a Heart shaped Lake on top: Get ready for a tiresome trek to the top of the peak. Please carry water and snacks as nothing is available at the peak. Night camping is not allowed and hence, plan to get back to the base by evening. One has to visit this peak along with a local guide provided by the Tourist office located at the base. Trek time takes an average of 2 hours to climb up and the same to come back. The trek up is totally worth it after reaching the lake which is in the shape of a heart.” Read Full Review

2. Mussoorie

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Samriddha Roy shares, “We roamed around various spots of Mussoorie on an autumn noon, when the weather looked gloomy and a little foggy. At about 1 pm we reached this waterfall - which seemed joyous despite the background gloom. As the name 'Kempty' (derived from 'Camp-tea') suggests, this place is more suitable for gatherings, outings and picnic. Perhaps it was once the Britisher’s favourite camping and tea-party spot. The dark-green vegetation of tall oaks and pines that almost enfolded this fall from both sides and brooks nearby is home to many birds which created a cheerful cacophony to accompany the continuous gargling sound of the fall. We viewed the rapid, vigorous waterfall from a bridge that intersected the fall from the middle. Read Full Review

3. Ladakh (Leh)

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Kunal Sanklecha adds, “This is a complete treat for adventure lovers. It is a once in a lifetime opportunity of walking on a frozen river with breathtaking views of frozen waterfalls, cloudless blue skies and the majestic mountains. camping under a million stars is a fairytale in itself. It is a paradise for photography and nature lovers. We were surprised to see wildlife in the sub-zero temperatures! Expensive trekking shoes are not required as the trek can be easily done with gumboots. UV protected sunglasses are highly recommended as is a moderate level of fitness (this was my first Himalayan trek) and 3 layers of clothing. ” Read Full Review

4. Munnar

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Utsav Agrawal says, “Top Station as the name suggest is the top most point in Munnar, it actually comes in Theni district of Tamil Nadu. The view is awesome from the two points made for photography and have camping facility also. There are many step cut on mountain to reach the viewpoint which may not be comfortable for people with knee problems. ” Read Full Review

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5. Pahalgam

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Vijay Phirke says, “A scenic vale, a dream destination of every photography lover - Betaab Valley: Betaab valley has picturesque surroundings. Sprawling verdant pastures, snow-capped mountains and meandering streams form the breathtaking landscape of this valley. The beautiful Betaab Valley is a dream destination of every photography lover. The entire region boasts of several stunning landscapes that must be captured in the camera. Apart from being a place with impressive landscape, the valley is a famous trekking base and camping site for travellers who want to explore the nearby mountainous regions. ” Read Full Review

6. Lonavala

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Konark Patel shares, “The trek passes from a jungle at the start and then well-cut steps are there up to the top. There are two big lakes and several temples on the top. Korigadh was built by Shivaji and the walls of the fort are still intact. Walls are spread around a 2 km periphery. Korigadh provides a magnificent panoramic view of Amby Valley from the top. One can camp on the top as there is ample of space available for camping. One can stay in temples too. The fort has a large area - a periphery of about 2 km. Overall Korigadh is a short trek but an ideal place for camping. ” Read Full Review

7. Bhandardara

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Pallavi Sapre adds, “Bhandardara is full of attractions from Wilson Dam to Arthur Lake. As legend has it, Shri Agasti Rishi meditated here for a year, surviving only on water and air. Pleased with this display of devotion, God came down to Earth and blessed Shri Agasti Rishi with a stream of the Ganges River, which is now known as the Pravara River. It is a perfect getaway for leisure and relaxation. It is best to go in Monsoons or winters. There is MTDC resort and other hotels, and camping sites too if one wishes to stay near nature. One can plan for a day picnic too. ” Read Full Review

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