With the temperature’s rising and the weather changing, your desires to spend your summer would vary from destinations to destinations. Why follow the same old tale of heading to hill stations to stay in resorts when there is lot more charm to experience amidst the pristine shores and lush greenery. From picking strawberries at Mahabaleshwar to heading to Munnar for the mystic show, do something unique this summer and for you to ease your difficulty in choosing the retreat options, we have handpicked a few, scroll down to see the best of the best starting right with;
1. Binsar- Wildlife Sanctuary
Nuzzled beautifully in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, this sleepy town is encircled by the audacious Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary that is a home to very rare species of Animals and Birds. Though this town is known to offer spell-bounded view of the Great Himalayas and at a distance of 300m from this place is the Zero Point that is known to deliver the panoramic view of the Himalayas. But the mesmerizing point is this sanctuary that is surrounded by thick foliage making it look very freaky, thereby making it the best for hiking and camping.
2. Kovalam and the three Adjacent Crescent Waters
This internationally renowned beach in Southern Kerala flaunts tourists from all around the world. There is a massive promontory rock here that has created a beautiful bay of water making it ideal for sunbathing. From sunbathing and swimming to massages to body toning to cultural programmes and shipping, this place offers a variety of leisure options to indulge in. Besides these, the beach complex includes health resorts, convention facilities, shopping zones, swimming pools and Ayurvedic centers.
With the dazzling farms for strawberry picking, Mahabaleshwar approximately 243 km from Mumbai is a hill station nestled on the ranges of Western Ghats featuring top destinations to sneak-peak right from Arthur’s Seat to the Pratapgad Fort perched atop a mountain to Lingmala Waterfalls towards the East that can be seen toppling from a cliff to the Panch Ganga Temple in the North where 5 rivers meet. All these are way captivating.
So, what are you waiting for? Head straight and book an Outstation Taxi to reach any of these.