Happy Friendship Day: 5 places in India that are perfect to explore with your gang
This friendship day, call your tribe and make memories on a trip of a lifetime to these wonderful destinations in India. After all, these are the best spots to visit with your gang of friends.
Travelling is fun. But when it’s with your best buds, it can be even more exciting and end up being a memory for a lifetime. Remember that random travel plan you made with your gang? Now is the time to actually book your tickets and pack your bags. This friendship day, call your tribe and make memories on a trip of a lifetime to these wonderful destinations in India. After all, these are the best spots to visit with your gang of friends.
Chadar – frozen river trek: The best way to stay warm at this cold destination is to tag along with your closest buddies. Called as one of the most thrilling experiences, the Chadar trek, which connects villages in Zanskar is a great way to bond with your friends. This is definitely a once in a lifetime kind of experience.
Manali: One of the most popular destinations in India, Manali still remains a top favourite because of its various offerings – there’s something for everyone. Right from adventure activities to lazing around at the many cafes in Old Manali, you and your gang have tonnes to do.
Pushkar: Considered as one of the oldest cities, Pushkar is a must visit for you and your friends. Right from good resorts to luxury spots, Pushkar has something for every budget. And don’t even get us started on the amazing food. Remember, food can be a great way to bond with your friends.
Kasol: This beautiful place is the perfect destination for your gang. Apart from the natural beauty, there are many trekking options available. You can even head to Malana or the Parvati valley for a day trip.
Rann of Kutch: Imagine beautiful white landscape and nothing else – and only you and your friends around. That’s what Rann of Kutch can offer you. This place comes alive in October with festivals and fairs. This is also the time that it starts to dry up offering the landscape its own magic.
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