1 week , show me the horizon...
incentic
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#1
| Member

1 week , show me the horizon...

Hey ,
I have a week off from 8th oct-16th oct and was wondering where to head off.
All suggestions would be highly appreciated.
One of my friends suggested the north-east , being as it apparently is beautiful during that season. I however don't think it feasible considering the shortage of time (i travel budget = no flying) .
Please give some ideas. I would be very thankful.

Regards,
Incentic.

4 Replies

#2
| A Trekker
From Delhi, you can explore one many options in a week time:
1) The Golden Triangle ( Delhi-Agra-Jaipur)
2) Rajasthan
3) Himachal Pradesh
4) Garwal Region
5) Kumayun Region
Plan as per your interest or give us more information.
Anyway, have a great trip
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" BECAUSE IT IS THERE ! ! ! "
#3
| Member
Hey ,
Thanks for the quick response. Well, i don't plan to do either the triangle you mention, or rajasthan , as i have done these places a while back. Even himachal pradesh i did in the summers.
I was thinking , maybe, on the lines of uttaranchal side... maybe the valley-of-flowers/ har-ki-dun valley or something. I'm not quite sure if the season is right for that though.
Please tell me more about the kumaon region / garhwal region. I'm more interested in going to a queit scenic place, than a place brimming with culture. I'm sure you understand what i'm trying to say.

Thanks again.
#4
| A Trekker
Kumayun

Go to Haldwani by train, then to Nainital by bus or taxi. Nainital is beautiful hillstation with a lake. There are several other lakes around the area.

From Nainital to Almora, well known for scenic beauty, by bus or taxi.

Almora to Binsar, well known for its loneliness.

You can also go to Munsiyari, spectacullar view of Panchchulli, starting point of several treks.

check www.kmvn.org
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#5
| Uru Buru member

old chinese saying

It is better to see one place with a thousand eyes, than 1000 places with one eye. ;)

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