As the New Year is coming around the corner and so are the holidays. Many people plan spending their holidays with their friends and families not at their home but out of their hometown. Many people love travelling and explore new places and enjoy their every New Year there.
There are so many places which are worth watching and looks entirely different during New Years’ time. Some are famous for their beaches, some for hills and trekking while some are famous for their religion. So here are some suggestion on some best places in India where you can go and make lifetime memories.
With the cheap as well as an expensive booze and cool breeze and the fresh smell of the beaches at every few meters, Goa is an ideal place for spending your New Year’s Eve. If that is a little less for you, then Goa doesn’t disappoints you, it has a lot more from wide range of bio-diversity to expensive hotels to casinos to umpteen food choices and numerous party places to visit.
The union territory surrounded by river, lending cultural and architectural elements from its French lineage, is still very Indian at heart. It consists of many spas and places for self-relaxation. The variety of restaurants, the steak and wine, just add to its natural alluring.
Gokarna – Karnataka:
This place is good and is known for Beach, Secluded, Peaceful and Cheap accommodations. Situated on the cost of Karnataka, Gokarna is famous for to things, this place is a Hindu pilgrimage centre, i.e. it is a home to Lord Mahabaleshwara and it is also a paradise for beach lovers.
Gangtok – Sikkim:
Gangtok is best known for Hills, Trekking, Natural beauty and Buddhism. Situated at an altitude of 5410 feet, Gangtok (meaning “Hill Top”) is aptly named so. Coupled with its beautiful sunset and dawn views and its clean surroundings, this small town is also called the “Switzerland of the East”. Trekkers and mountain lovers, do look out for Kanchenjunga, the 3rd highest peak in the world. Now, imagine spending your New Year’s Eve in a place with such beauty.
McLeodganj, Himachal Pradesh:
This place is known for its beautiful hills, trekking and for some religious beliefs. The headquarters of the Tibetan government in exile, McLeodganj boasts some amazing sightseeing places, food cafés and unique Tibetan souvenirs. A mix of cultures, Mcleodganj is the residence of the 14th Dalai Lama and famous of the Bhagsunath temple. Shiva cafe, a small trek near the temple is recommended. Mcleodganj is a great option if you are looking to spend your New Year’s Eve in a peaceful place with a different culture and amazing scenery all around.
Manali, Himachal Pradesh:
This place is known for adventure sports, hills, and hippies. Manali is the Indian favorite for witnessing snowfalls and for skiing. Full of pine trees, fruit orchids and hippies, it’s an ideal place for people who want to end their new year on a high, both literally and figuratively.