7 Offbeat Summer Destination from Delhi
With onset of summer, it’s time to beat the heat. Here’s 7 destination you should consider visiting this summer.
1. Chopta (Uttarakhand):
Chopta in Uttarakhand is one of the most picturesque destination in uttarakhand and is a trekker paradise. Situated in Rudraprayag district of Uttaranchal at an altitude of 2600 mts, chopta boast of amazing views of himalayan range including Trishul, Nanda Devi and Chaukhamba
2. Tirthan Valley (Himachal):
Part of the Great Himalayan National Park, Tirthan Valley got it’s name from the river Tirthan originating from Himalayan Glacier. Popular for Trout fishing it’s a paradise for anglers.
3. Sangla Valley (Himachal):
A beautiful valley at the end of Hindustan Tibet highway, the valley runs along the mighty Baspa river. Rakcham and Chitkul, the last Indian village before tibet, makes it one of the most beautiful valleys in himalayas.
4. Parvati Valley (Himachal):
From the confluence of the Parvati River with the River Beas, the Parvati Valley runs eastwards, through a steep-sided valley from the town of Bhuntar, in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh in Northern India. The beautiful and intriguing mountain village of Malana gives you an offbeat experience never before. Trek across the Pin-Parvati Pass to Spiti to have an unspoilt view of himalayas.
5. Kausani (Uttarakhand):
Located 52km north of Almora, kausani is a picturesque hill station famous for its scenic splendour and its spectacular 300 km-wide panoramic view of Himalayan peaks like Trisul, Nanda Devi and Panchchuli.
6. Chaukori (Uttarakhand):
Chaukori is a tiny hill station in the Pithoragarh district set among the lofty peaks,of the western Himalayan Range in Uttarakhand. The place is full wilderness, beauty and freshness. It’s an idyllic holiday place amidst unspoilt nature, and cool breeze of himalayas
7. Binsar (Uttarakhand):
Around 33kms north of Almora town, binsar is a picturesque, sleepy hamlet, one of the most scenic spots in the Kumaon Himalayas.Binsar was the summer capital of the Chand Kings, who ruled over Kumaon from the 11th to 18th centuries AD is now established as wildlife sanctuary boasting wide array of flaura and fauna.