TRAVEL TIPS : These are the five best places to visit around Delhi in the weekend
Often, as soon as the weekend comes, people start planning for travel, for which people plan in advance, choose the place, from hotel booking to fulfill all the necessities. But during this time people have the most problem in one thing, that is the time of coming and going. Actually, when people plan to travel, so much time goes into their travel that they do not have enough time to roam and that too especially on the weekend because people take two weekend holidays. Make a plan to visit. In such a situation, if you live in Delhi and are looking for a place to visit, where you can go for the weekend. So let us tell you about some such fun places, where you can reach in a very short time and can also enjoy yourself a lot there.
Jim Corbett National Park
Who does not want to visit Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand? To reach here from Delhi, you have to travel about 238 km. By visiting here, you can see many species of animals and enjoy an exciting jungle safari. Apart from this, you can visit Corbett Falls, Garjiya Devi Temple, and Corbett Museum.
Delhiites have to travel about 230 km to reach Agra. This journey becomes very pleasant and short with Yamuna Expressway. You can visit here Fatehpur Sikri, Akbar's Tomb, Mehtab Bagh, Agra Fort, and Taj Mahal.
Lansdowne is located in the Pauri district of Uttarakhand and is a very peaceful place. If you want to spend a relaxing time away from the hustle and bustle of Delhi, then you can head here. Here you can visit Bhulla Lake, Tip in Top View Point, Kalgarh Tiger Reserve, Kaleshwar Temple.
You can also go to Mussoorie from Delhi. The distance from Delhi here is about 307 kilometers. The weather here is quite pleasant. Here you can visit Jharipani Waterfall, Mossi Waterfall, Kempty Waterfall. There is also a mall road for shopping and roaming here.
Rishikesh is located in Uttarakhand and this place is full of adventure as well as religion. Here you can go rafting, camping, visit Ram Jhula, Triveni Ghat, and Laxman Jhula. The distance from Delhi to here is about 241 km.