Friendship is something which is a perfect blend of fun, frolic, enthusiasm and what not. Travelling make this bond stronger. Here we suggest seven places to rush with friends which will definitely add value to your bucket of memories.
Experience Sunburn at Goa
Sunburn is Asia’s largest three-four days long electronic music dance (EDM) festival. It held every year during the month of December in a lavish style. All the party animals out there must have a visit to this rocking festival. The festival has an array of some of the best artists who perform on everyday basis. Apart from this, a group of buddies can also enjoy other things such as food courts with food from every corner of the world at the festival, bungee jumping, helicopter riders, soapy football & much more. Plan a trip to Goa during the Sunburn and witness a completely vibrant, colourful and energetic side to it.
Magnetic hill – The magical mountains of Ladakh
This magnetic magic can be experienced while travelling to Leh-Ladakh. Leh and Kargil constitute Ladakhl. It is a part of the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. This place is called as the MAGNETIC HILL which is 30 km away from leh town. In the Magnetic hill, you can see your vehicle moving up at a speed of 20 km/ hour with the engines off. To reach the magnetic hill, you need to take the Leh-Kargil-Baltic National Highway. Leh is approximately 360 KM away from Jammu. The hill lies at a distance of 30 km from the town of Leh, at the height of around 14,000 feet above the sea level.
The historical ruins of Bhangarh attract every adventure freak to explore the absence and to feel the unknown. It topped the Google list of Asia’s most haunted place. Everybody must take a group visit to the cave of ghosts. Via Gurgaon-Bhiwadi-Alwar, the territory of Bhangarh arrives after a few kilometers from Ajabgarh. Many people accepted that they observed paranormal activities there, but many denied so. There are many myths about the place, but no written facts have been originated till date. The Archeological Survey of India has put up a board on the gate indicating statutory warning for tourists to not to stay in the fort after sunset. There are numerous cases came to the limelight that if someone has tried to stay inside after sunset was never found again. So are you ready for this roller coaster ride to this bhoot mehal?
Gir National park
The Gir Forest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary is the home of Asiatic lions. Besides lions there is a huge variety of other fauna present beneath the Gir which includes leopards, wild pigs, spotted deer, nilgai and chinkaras. Established in the year 1965, this park is known for its rich flora and fauna. This park is closed for the visitors during rainy season as water level rises to a huge extent. Best time to knock the doors of Gir is between Decembers to March. To perceive the beauty of jungle to its fullest, Gir forests are the best idea for a small trip.
Mana: Last Indian village
The idea of excitement starts bleeding with the idea of been into the last inhabitant village of India. Yes, if your group is always looking for something new then you must give a try to this. It is a last village before the Mana Pass, near Badrinath and is 24 KM from the border of India and Tibet/China in the Himalayas. It is located on the northern terminus of National Route 58 & it’s been designated as a ‘Tourism Village’ by the Uttarakhand government. Many coffee shops here tell people that their shop is the last coffee shop on the Indian border.
Lambasingi – Kashmir of south India
Lambasingi or Lammasingi is a small village in the Chintapalli Mandal of Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh, India. This place is often referred as Kashmir of Andhra Pradesh. The temperatures in this place go as low as -2 °C in December – January. This village is situated at a height of above 1000 meters from the sea level. This is a single place in South India where snowfall happens. Even during summer, this place remains cool when the whole state is burning from extreme heat. Lambasingi is linked by roads. It is 101 kilometers from Visakhapatnam, 19 kilometers from Chintapalli, 32 kilometers from Narsipatnam and 154 kilometers from Balabhadrapuram. This is one of the least known places and definitely will be a different road experience.