4 One Day Trips from Delhi

4 One Day Trips from Delhi

Trip from Delhi

Travelling is an integral part of life and I have pointed four one-day trips from Delhi for our Janta living there. In school and college, it is likely that you will receive some kind of encouragement to travel, study or work abroad. It may seem like you have a lot going on so you don’t seriously consider these opportunities or maybe you write them off since you plan on travelling later in life. I would encourage travelling at any age, but the earlier you can learn the lessons travel teaches the better.

When you are young you are still finding yourself and preparing for your school and career. The skills and experience you gain from travelling can give you life-long personal benefits as well as a leg up in the professional world.

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Damdama Lake

Distance:    63.4 km Via NH48

Time:           1h 52min.

Best Time: October to March and Late Summers and Monsoons

Damdama Lake

Damdama Lake is a hotspot for adventure sports and activities near Delhi and is a regular option for students, corporates and families.In the serene location, one can enjoy boating in row boats, paddle boats and motor boats. Damdama is known for its splendid adventure sports facilities such as Parasailing, Kayaking, Valley Crossing etc. Damdama lake is a natural home for birds, & more than 190 species of birds, migratory as well as local and therefore excellent for bird watching especially in Winter.

Lake can dry up and it can be hot in Summer, so best season to visit is Winter.

Neemrana Fort

Neemrana Fort

Distance: 129.2 km Via NH48

Time: 2h 43 min.

Best Time: July to March and during winters, as Rajasthan has soothing weather at that time

Neemrana Fort Palace is the crown jewel of the Neemrana Group Enterprise. Built in1464 AD, and restored in the 1980s, Neemrana Fort-Palace is India`s oldest heritage resort.
Fort is spread over 25 acres over 12 levels and has 6 acres of palaces tiered over 12 levels commanding spectacular views.

Reasons for Visit:

  1. Built in 1464 and restored in the 1980s, it is the oldest heritage hotel in India
  2. Recreational facilities include swimming pool, health club, TV/video room and indoor games Activities include mountain climbing, dune walks, zipping, exploring the 500 metres deep step well
  3. Recommended for heritage getaways, special occasions, corporate off-sites and inbound stopovers
  4. 3 conference halls and 3 outdoor venues for corporate meets, weddings and other events
  5. 40+ Rooms with heritage character offering views of the countryside and surrounding areas
  6. North-Indian Rajasthani cuisine with a few Continental or Oriental dishes at random to suit a range of tastes and palates

Keep in mind:

  1. No TV in rooms
  2. 5 km's drive in a vintage car and a multimedia tour of the Fort at an extra cost
  3. Special live performances organised on certain weekends

Murthal

Distance:    42.4 km Via NH44
                        55.5 km Via NH334B

Time:            1h 6min.
                        1h 45min.

Best Time: Anytime is the best time

Murthal

The main attractions here are the typical village temples of Goddess Kali, Lord Shiva and Hanuman.
The dhaba's are also popular out here and the Punjabi authentic food you get here is delicious.

Taj Mahal

Agra

Distance:   232.4km Via Taj Express Highway
                      245.5km Via NH509
                      254.4km Via NH19/NH44

Time:          3h 45min
                      4h 59min
                       5h 32min

Best Time: Between November to March

Home to one of the 7 wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal. When you talk about Agra, one thing has to stand out - yes, the Taj Mahal.
Agra has three UNESCO World Heritage sites and Taj Mahal features in the 50 most popular tourist destinations in the world.
History, architecture, romance all together create the magic of Agra which is almost the lifeline of Indian tourism.
History fanatics, as well as architecture buffs, can have a ball here with the sheer expanse of the Mughal art and culture on display.
Apart from the evergreen Taj Mahal, this is ideal for all history zealots, whether from archaeology, or culture, or even literature.
Also, ideal for the foodies, owing to the vibrant cuisine of the city.
Apart from being a tourist hotspot, Agra is also famous for its art and crafts industry, which includes the royal craft Pietra Dura, marble inlay and carpets.

Comment down below, our Janta's favourite destinations.

 

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