The first long weekend of the year is finally just around the corner – if you can make it possible. Just, all you need is to take a notepad and start planning your trip with your friends and family. This year, Republic Day falls on Thursday, and if you can convince your manager to give you Friday off, which will definitely, be the cherry on the cake. Then only, it will be a good four days to take a break from your daily routine, and from the entire hectic schedule you have had since the New Year.
Sometimes, it becomes important to take care of your mental health and spend time with your loved ones. So, we have covered you up and noted down beautiful and peaceful places for you to stay and enjoy the beauty of nature as well as its calming surroundings. So, are you ready to take a tour?
Lonavala, a beautiful retreat away from the chaos of the city, is one of Maharashtra’s most popular tourist destinations. This hill station, known as the ‘Jewel of Sahyadri’ and the ‘City of Caves,’ has a spectacular setting that includes lush green valleys, stunning waterfalls, serene lakes, and remarkable caves. Historical sites, natural wonders, religious attractions, and other attractions in Lonavala never fail to impress visitors.
Fazlani Nature’s Nest is a wellness retreat near the popular hill station town of Lonavala in Maharashtra, surrounded by dense green lands with a plethora of flora and fauna and home to a spectacular rose garden, one of the largest in India with high-quality roses of myriad hues to offer guests a fantastic experience and view.
The Shivalik Hills are an outer Himalayan mountain range that was previously known as Manak Parbat. Shivalik literally means ‘tresses of Shiva’. Other spelling variations include Shivalik and Siwalik, which derive from the Hindi and Nepali words shiwalik parvat. Other names for these hills include Churia Hills, Chure Hills, and Margalla Hills.
Moksha Himalaya Spa Resort, a tranquil paradise surrounded by the magical and mystical Shivalik ranges, is a wonderful place to spend the weekend with friends or family.
Jawai, a small village in Rajasthan’s Pali district, is located on the Jawai river. It is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in Rajasthan. Because of a nearby river dam, this area is known as Jawai Bandh. Maharaja Umaid Singh, the then-ruler of Jodhpur, built Jawai Bandh over a 500-square-kilometre area. The Jawai Bandh area is rich in wildlife, with leopards, various bird species, sloth bears, hyenas, crocodiles, and so on. Because of its location between granite hills, the weather near Jawai is always pleasant.
If you prefer a more convenient destination with a mix of wilderness, local experiences, and the luxuries of a stylish resort stay, the recently opened WH Cheetahgrah Resort & Spa in Bera, Jawai is the place to be this time.