5 Adventurous places to visit sometime soon!

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Make your travel count and make the expense worth! Here is a list of exciting and unique destinations that are breathtaking and a will help create a long-lasting
memory for you…

Officially known as Kodagu, it is the most beautiful hill station in Karnataka. If you are a nature lover, than this is the place for you to hangout with your friends. Coorg is famous for its coffee and rich culture. It is also known for the Kodavas, a local clan that specializes in martial arts. So, if you and your gang of friends are keen about learning self-defense, then Coorg is definitely the right place to visit.
Best time to visit: From October to March

How to reach?
By Air: The nearest domestic airport to reach Coorg is located in Mangalore, and the nearest international airport is in Kempegowda, Bangalore.

By Train: Nearest railway station is Mysore junction, which is around 95 kilometers away. So, you can travel to Mysore by train and from Mysore to Coorg by road.

By Road: From Bangalore it takes 5 hours and 30 minutes to reach Coorg
Places to Visit: Abbey Falls, Nalknad Place, Barapole River, Brahmagiri Peak, Iruppu Falls and Nagarhole National Park. Do experience Microlight Flying in a two-seater open plane and enjoy tremendous view of Coorg’s lush scenery.

Places where you can stay: Heritage Resort Coorg, Coorg International, Old Kent Estates (4 stars on Trivago), Woodstock Villa (3 stars on Trivago), and Evolve Back Chikkana (4 stars on Trivago).


A small village in the state of Uttrakhand, Kantal is 78 km away from Dehradun. It is on the Chamba- Massoorie road, almost 300 kilometers from Delhi. Kanatal is the right destination if you and your friends are looking for a spot for camping and chilling out.
Best time to visit: From March to July
How to reach?

By Air: Jolly Grant Airport is at a distance of 92 kilometers from Kanatal. Taxis are easily available from the airport to Kanatal.
By Train: While Rishikesh railway station is at a distance of 75 kilometers, Dehradun railway station is situated 85 kilometers away. Taxis and buses are available from both these stations.
By Road: Buses and taxis to Kantal are easily available from major cities of Uttarakhand, like Dehradun, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Chamba, and Mussoorie.

Places to Visit: Kodia Jungle, Tehri Lake, Surkanda Devi Temple and New Tehri Dam.

Places where you can stay: The Hermitage (3 stars on goibibo), The Terraces (4 stars on goibibo), and Kanatal resorts and spa (3 stars
on Trivago).


Situated in the Parvati Valley, Kasol is a beautiful and refreshing hill station in district Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. It’s apparently a Himalayan hotspot for backpackers and travellers. Basically, if your friends and you love to roam around and explore, then Kasol is the perfect hill station visit.
Best time to visit: From October to June

How to reach?
By Air: Nearest airport is in Bhuntar, which is 31 kilometers away from Kasol.

By Train: Pathankot railway station is the nearest junction, which is 150 kilometers away from Kasol.

By Road: HRTC (Himachal Road Transport Communication) runs regular buses from Delhi, Haryana, and Punjab to Kasol.

Places to Visit Kheergang: Peak, Malana Village, Parvati River, Jari, Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara, and Bhuntar.

Places where you can stay: The Himalayan
village (4 stars in goibibo), Parvati Kuteer (3 stars on goibibo), and Shivalik (3 stars on ibibo).


Located in the west of Joginder Nagar Valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh in northernIndi, Bir is reffered to as the “Paragliding Capital of India”, as it more than ten paragliding spots. It is also a noted centre for ecotourism, spiritual studies, and meditation. Now you know where to head to if you want some adventure and learn meditation.

Best time to visit: From
April to June
Places to Visit
Baijnath Shiv Temple, Billing Valley, Chamunda Devi Temple, Shiva Shrine, Ahju Fort.

Places where you can stay: Tatva Bir camp, Zostel Bir, and Colonel’s Resort.

How to reach?
By Air: Kangra airport in Gaggal is the nearest airport that is located at a distance of 68 kilometers from Bir.

By Road: Bir is accessible through many state-run and private buses that run from Delhi, Chandigarh, and Manali.

By Train: Pathankot railway station is the nearest junction at a distance of 140 kilometers.


Auli is a famous ski destination in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. It lies in the route of the Hindu pilgrimage destination of Badrinath. The slopes are intended for both professional skiers and novices. Other than skiing, you can also enjoy the car ride that connects Auli with Joshimath. It covers a distance of 4 km and presents picturesque views of the meadows and snowy valleys.
Best time to visit: From December to February
How to reach?
By Air: The nearest airport is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is about 279 kilometers from Auli.
By Train: Raiwala near Rishikesh (250 kilometers approximetely) is the nearest railway junction to Auli.
By Road: This place is well connected with various cities of Uttarakhand from where you can easily take a taxi or bus.

Places where you can stay:
The Tattva resort, Cliff top club (3 stars on goibibo), Hotel Auli D, and Auli Resort.

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