5 weekend delights to get away from Delhi

Be it monsoon, summer or winter, it always feels nice to get away from the hustle bustle of this capital city called Delhi. Who wouldn’t love a vacation every now and then? But Delhites hardly have time for anything. The only vacations Delhites can enjoy are short trips that one can take on weekends for a break from Delhi. Two days of relaxation that will take you away and be a change of atmosphere that can rejuvenate you for the upcoming week. So, here we have a list with five places that can be your destination for a mini vacation next weekend.

Mussoorie- You can go from Delhi to Mussoorie either by a bus or a plane. The city is 279km away from the capital by road and 219km from air. Mussoorie is a hill station where you can have fun with your family or friends. You can do a skyfall, river rafting, fish g and many other adventure activities. You can also sightsee the city in a cable car.

Cable-Car-in-Mussoorie

Shogi and Fagu- Fagu is the hillside hamlet that is simple and beautiful. It is at a really high point so the weather is amazing even in hot summers. You can enjoy making snow castles here in the winter. You can also enjoy many adventure activities in Shoghi and Faagu which lie in the Himalayas of Shimla.

fagu

Mcleodganj – This is the little Tibet of India. Full of culture and colour, this place is peaceful and spiritual. You can visit the monasteries, eat authentic Tibetan food and see the mesmerizing beauty of the hills. The easiest way from Delhi to Mcleodganj is a direct bus.

triund-laka-glacier

Kasauli- Kasauli is in Chandigarh and is a little hill station that lies in the Shivalik range. It is a perfect place to go trekking. You can also admire the beauty of nature the sunset point.

Kasauli

Mathura- Mathura is one of the most famous religious destination because it is famous for being the birthplace of Lord Krishna. It is one of the seven sacred cities in Hinduism and hence drives a large crowd. You can go there for a weekend getaway with your family.

Mathura