Summer season has been started and also the planning of vacations for children also started. If you really getting bored and need some relief from this hectic time and need some outing then lets plan a trip with us.
Though the season comes with plenty of options to plan your vacation but there is no better time to go to cool places.
We are jot down some places here where you can plan your vacation to beat the heat this summer.
Not less than heaven! set amidst the snow-clad mountains, tall Chinar trees, green valleys and beautiful climate make Kashmir a great place for tourists. Who one goes here would definitely suggest to visit it once in life time.
Places to visit in Kashmir: Dal lake, housboat stay, Nisht bagh, Shalimar bagh, Pahalgam, Gondola Ride in Gulmarg, Aru Valley and Betaab Valley, Sonmarg.
The list of places to visit in India in the month of April is incomplete if you have not included Dalhousie. It's the scenic town nestled in Himalaya. Apart from the beautiful fauna one can enjoy trekking, paragliding here.
Places to visit in Dalhousie : Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary, Sach Pass, Panchpula, St. John’s Church and St. Francis Church.
Ganggal airport is the nearest airport to reach here where as you can reach at Pathankot railway station if you are travelling by train. From there you can take a cab to reach Dalhousie.
It is one the destination that should not missed from the list. Situated at an altitude of 2050 meters from sea level and nestled in the lap of Kullu valley is the best option for you if you are planning a trip this summer season in north India.
Along with sightseeing you can do skiing, hiking, mountaineering, paragliding, rafting, trekking, kayaking, and mountain biking here.
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