Wondering where to go with your beloved this summer? Well, your wish has been granted and here are 5 getaways around Delhi to reunite and recreate the romance in your relationship!
1. Auli, Uttrakhand
This place is one of the many popular hill stations in the Himalayan range famous for it’s breathtaking view. The soothing cold and warm feeling here provides much relief from the extremes of weather in Delhi.
If you’re in for some adventure and thrill, skiing is a good option.It’ll leave you and your sweetheart with some amazing memories to cherish later.
2. Jaipur, Rajasthan
If you are a fan of forts and monuments, then Jaipur is a must-go destination for you. The ‘Pink City’ has some great art and sculptural work to admire. Also, as a bonus you get to enjoy a romantic evening in the breath taking beautiful forts.
PS: Girls don’t forget to have a look at Jaipur collection of accessories and saris. A treat to your wardrobe I must say. 😀
3. Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh
Planning a weekend trip to a hill station? Well, there is nothing better than Kasauli. It is a peaceful holiday destination located on the way from Chandigarh to Shimla. Among the enchanting and amazingly beautiful pine and cedar trees in the lush green forests here, is a perfect place to take evening walks and embrace the comely nature.
4. Kajjar, Himachal Pradesh
Couples who want to go abroad but can’t due to lack of time can have the time of their lives in Mini Switzerland. Located near Dalhousie, Kajjar would show you scenes straight out of a Bollywood film with pitch perfect forests, serene lake sides and lush green pastures. Also, if you guys are into adventure sports, this place provides for really good trekking and paragliding facilities.
5. Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Well for starters, this place doesn’t need a description. The symbol of eternal love “Taj Mahal” and it’s bewitching beauty says it all. This must definitely be on the bucket list of any couple. Also, don’t forget to drop by Fatehpur Sikhri to get a sneak peek into the architectural history of India.
A quick suggestion would be to experience it on a full moon night.
Have a great trip! 🙂
by Divyani Malik
for Campus Drift