Escape to Unwind – Top 7 Weekend Getaway Destinations Around Delhi

February 4, 2015 Escape to Unwind - Top 7 Weekend Getaway Destinations Around Delhi @TheRoyaleIndia 1441 0 0

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Weekends are relaxing days; add to that travelling and they’re fun-filled with loads of adventure. Be it with family, friends or solo, travelling has always been fun irrespective of the number of days dedicated to it. Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, and Delhi, 4 of these places have exotic beaches around expect one, Delhi! And for that one sole reason Delhi-ites are always complaining; the lack of sea and fresh waft that the sea water air brings with it. What they do forget is, where nature has not given them beaches it has bestowed them with other attractive locations that the others would love to visit them on a whim without months of planning.

Here are 7 enticing locations that can be explored on a weekend by Delhi-ites.


This is the home of the world famous historically significant architectural structure, the Taj Mahal.

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Founded in the year 1504 by Sultan Sikandar Lohri, Agra is situated on the banks of rivers Ganga and Yamuna.

Sikandra Fort in Agra @TheRoyaleIndia

This royal city is filled with rich history, intriguing aura and a blend of love and power. Some of the famous attractions are Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Sikandar Fort, Jama Masjid and Rose Garden.

Jama Masjid Agra @TheRoyaleIndia
Agra fort and Fatehpur Sikri @TheRoyaleIndia

Just two and a half hours journey from Delhi, Agra is a paradise for people who love Art, History and Culture.


Adventurous with a streak of love for wildlife, are you? Then Corbett is the answer to your unasked question. Jim Corbett National Park is one of the most famous and preserved wildlife sanctuaries in India.

Jim Corbett National Park @TheRoyaleIndia

The sanctuary houses the Bengal Tiger, Elephants, Deers, Leopards, Peacocks and other species too. Not only is this place peaceful and enchanting, but filled with fresh air and a swift flowing river. Ah! Divine.


Approximately 300kms from Delhi, Kasauli is the very definition of a small picturesque town with a 19th century British aura.

Kasauli Tourism @TheRoyaleIndia

The cobbled roads, quaint little shops and slope covered houses add to its scenic beauty. It is the perfect destination for an idyllic romantic time as well as for poets and writers alike. With its amazing sightseeing it also offers hill and camping activities. Book Kasauli packages at best rates here.


An old fashioned hill station nestled in Northern India, Mussorie is also popularly known as “Queen of Hills”.

Mussoorie Hills @TheRoyaleIndia

A good escape paradise to beat the scorching summer heat, it attracts trekkers, hikers, climbers and also those who want to laze around to enjoy the enchanting tranquility of nature.

Kempty Falls @TheRoyaleIndia

One of the attractions that you cannot afford to miss is the breathtaking “Kempty Falls”.


The lanes of Ajmer resonate with the lavish aesthetic Hindu and Sufi culture merged together artistically.

Hazrat Khwaja Dargah Ajmer @TheRoyaleIndia

Famous for its Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chisty Dargah, and Nareli, a Jain temple, where hundreds of pilgrims flock daily. So pack your bags and satisfy the religious in you in this city filled holiness and calm Sufi music.

Nareli Temple Ajmer @TheRoyaleIndia

This historic religious city is located in Rajasthan five and a half hours drive from Delhi. Last minute train tickets unavailable? Don’t worry we have your back; get car bookings, bus bookings or flight offers at couponraja.


Hidden in the realm of nature untouched by mankind lies Binsar. Best visited in winter, Binsar is situated at the top of the Jhandi Bhar Hills; around 377kms from Delhi.

Jhandi Bhar Hills @TheRoyaleIndia

This serene town is the ideal place for people who love nature and the solitude it has to offer.

Binsar Mahadev Temple @TheRoyaleIndia

The lush forest and the Himalayan Mountains are a sight to cherish. Mahadev Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is very famous.


Not to be confused with the Ramgarh district in Jharkhand, this small town is located in the Kumaon Region of Uttarakhand. Popularly known as the “Fruit bowl of Kumaon” for its abundant growth of apples, peaches and pears.

Ramgarh Uttarakhand @TheRoyaleIndia

This is a secluded hill station offering an unobstructed view of the Himalayas. Ramgarh is famous for its nature trails and is equally a tranquil haven for the artistic and poetic souls.

So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and go on a trip for those two heavenly days to any of these beautiful relaxing destinations to rejuvenate yourself before returning back to face the mundane Monday morning blues.

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