The last long weekend of this year is about to arrive in November. So along with the roamers, this is also a great opportunity for those people who are forced to live in the pollution-filled environment of Delhi-NCR. In most places, the holiday of Guru Nanak Jayanti (Prakash Parv) is on Friday, November 19, as well as a holiday on Saturday, Sunday. So you can plan to go out on Thursday night. Here we are going to tell you about some such places worth visiting in 3 days, which are not only beautiful, but also do not have to spend a lot of money to roam here.
The climate of the mountains is conducive for traveling at this time. When you can also enjoy the snowfall with the beautiful valleys. One such place is Sarahan village situated on the banks of river Sutlej, 180 km from Shimla. The way to reach here is so beautiful that you will not even know the fatigue of reaching the destination. The variety of trees and plants, the flowers and flowers on them work to double the beauty of this place. Narkanda also falls on the way to Sarahan, so you can stay here for a day if you want. Sunrise or sunset, both the views are not to be missed.
Chamoli of Garhwal Mandal is full of natural beauty. From where the path of the Valley of Flowers also emerges. It is a very beautiful place surrounded by mountains. Where you can come and breathe clean air. Velvet meadows are spread far and wide in Chamoli, which add to the beauty of the place. Chamoli is called the pride of Uttarakhand.
Walking on the mountains seems the same, but in terms of beauty, everywhere is maintaining its different identity. Narkanda is one such beautiful hill station situated at an altitude of about 2,700 meters above sea level. Surrounded by the Shivalik hills, this hill station is also very pleasing to the tourists because skiing can also be enjoyed by coming here. The entire Narkanda is covered with snow from October to March. Auli in Uttarakhand and Narkanda in Himachal are the perfect places for skiing enthusiasts.
Mussoorie in Uttarakhand, if you want to explore something different from Nainital, then head towards Pangot which is 15 kms from Nainital. is far. Quiet place away from the crowd and noise. The area is home to dense forests and about 580 species of birds. If you want to enjoy a relaxing weekend, then the idea of coming here would be perfect. Pangot is the best choice for solo trip, family, friends everyone.
So all these places are such where you can come and enjoy the weekend fiercely. Along with adventure sports, photography can also be done.