Unusual long weekend getaways from Delhi

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Weekend getaways from Delhi – With two long weekends closing in, Delhiites are all prepped up to rejuvenate themselves with a weekend getaway trip. And if you’re bored of repeatedly going to Shimla, Dehradun, Nainital or Jaipur over the weekends, here we’ve got some unusual long weekend getaways from Delhi.

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Unusual Long Weekend Getaways from Delhi

Kareri Lake

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If you’re an adventure and nature lover, you must visit this glacial lake situated between the ranges of Dhauladhar. Away from the usual monotonous filled hustle and bustle of the city life, Kareri Lake is situated amidst the lush green mountains. It is just a one-night journey from Delhi. The trek originates from Mcleodganj and leads to Kareri village. From the village, there is a gradual ascend to the lake which passes through forests giving you a complete feeling of the adventurous trek.

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Neemrana Fort, Alwar

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One of the best resorts near Delhi and an ideal destination for a family weekend getaway is Neemrana Fort Palace that is located on Delhi-Jaipur highway. Located about 140 km from Delhi, it can be easily reached via NH48. If you’re planning a day trip, the entry fee of this palace is INR 1900 per person which includes a lunch buffet, however lunch is optional, so you can cut it off, and the regular ticket is Rs 750 per person. The timing to visit the palace is from 9  AM to 3PM. You can also choose to plan an overnight stay here at this palace which offers absolutely gorgeous accommodation suites ranging from Rs 11,000 to 30,000. You can also choose from standard or deluxe rooms priced between INR 5000 to INR 14,000 per night. You can experience camel riding, zipping, cultural festivities, and vintage-car ride amongst many other available options here.

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Unusual long weekend getaways from Delhi

BrijGhat

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Merely 97 km from Delhi, BrijGhat is situated on the way to Garh Mukteshwar and if people are to be believed, it is the only place where you can still see a clean Ganga. Once here, apart from enjoying the rustic feel, you can also go for a boat ride in the holy water of Ganges and take a dip in it. Ideal for a single-day trip, if you’ve more time in hand, you can also explore Garh Mukteshwar which has several temples to see.

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Shoghi

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Shoghi is a village near Shimla, around 329.7 km from Delhi. You can visit this place by train or by bus. The nearest railway station is Kalka which is around 90 km. It is well-served by rail but you will need to travel to Solan or Shimla to get a bus for Shoghi. Alternatively, you can hire a cab or just go on a long drive.

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Dhanachuli

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Situated about 26 km away from Bhimtal in Uttarakhand, this makes up for another unusual weekend getaway from Delhi. Some of the prominent places to visit in Dhanachuli include Chauli Ki Jali, Mukteshwar Dham, Bhalu Gaad waterfalls, Victoria dam and Ghorakhal Golu Devta Temple. You can reach here via an overnight bus to Nainital or a train to Kathgodam and then another bus or cab to Dhanachuli. You can also go via Haldwani.

Bir Billing

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Bir is a village located in the west of Joginder Nagar Valley in Himachal Pradesh. Bir is a noted center for ecotourism, meditation, and spiritual studies. Paragliding in Bir Billing is almost the first thing in every adventurer’s bucket list. Plan a weekend getaway to this beautiful town of Himachal. The distance between Bir Billing from Delhi is 517 km.

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