10 best Weekend getaways from Delhi with in 300 KMs in (2021)

10 weekend getaways from Delhi with in 300 KMs in 2021

10 weekend getaways from Delhi with in 300 KMs in 2021

  1. Mussorrie
  2. Rishikesh
  3. Nainital
  4. Jim Corbett
  5. Agra
  6. Bharatpur
  7. Ranthambore national park
  8.  Jaipur
  9. Chandigarh
  10. Shimla

Mussorrie

Mussorrie is a beautiful hill station located about 280 KMs from Delhi. It is situated at the foothills of the Himalaya mountains and is also known with another name Queen of the Hills. Mussoorie offers us breathtaking views of the snow capped peaks to the north-east, spectecular view of the Dehradun city and the Shivalik mountain ranges to the south.

Distance from Delhi- Approx 280 KMs and it takes around 6 hours to reach by road.
Airport- Dehradun Airport is the nearest one situated around 35 KMs.
Railway station- Dehradun railway station is the nearest situated around 30 KMs.
Cost- INR 3K TO 5K Per person approximately for 1 night plan.

Rishikesh

 

Rishikesh is a beautiful hill station and also a sacred place located about 240 KMs from Delhi. It is situated in the foothills of Himalayas and holy river Ganga flows through the valley here. Rishikesh is also famous for Ram and Laxman jhula which are suspension bridges built across the river.  Rishikesh is a famous tourist destination as well which allows people to do white water rafting and besides that people can enjoy cliff jumping, body surfing and camping too. Rishikesh also offers many Yoga centers and people from all over the world come here to learn Yoga to transform their lives. 

Distance from Delhi- Approx 240 KMs and it takes around 5 hours to reach by road.
Airport- Dehradun Airport is the nearest one situated around 25 KMs.
Railway station- Rishikesh railway station is the nearest situated around 4-5 KMs.
Cost- INR 3K TO 5K Per person approximately for 1 night plan.

Nainital

 

Nainital is a most popular hill station in the Indian state of Uttarakhand and it is also known as lake district in the state. Nainital is surrounded by hills and it’s name has been taken from Naini lake which is very famous among the tourists. It is also famous for its scenic view of snow capped peak of Nanda devi (one of the highest Himalayas peak in Uttrakhand). Nainital in the Kumaon hills maintains pleasant weather throughout the year except the winter months as temp can go down to minus degree and snow fall is very common during the month of December and January in the district.

Distance from Delhi- Approx 310 KMs and it takes around 7 hours to reach by road.
Airport- Rudrapur Airport is the nearest one situated around 70 KMs.
Railway station- Kathgodam railway station is the nearest situated around 30 KMs.
Cost- INR 4K TO 6K Per person approximately for 1 night plan.

Jim Corbett

 

Jim Corbett is a popular tourist destination and a national park. The park has been named after a British hunter James Corbett who hunted large number of man eaters Tigers and Leopards in India during British rule. The national is well known for its large population of Royal Bengal Tiger and Asiatic Elephants worldwide. The forest department conducts national park safari twice a day for tourists and wild life lovers and the permit has to be booked in advance for the booking. Temp in the month of May-June gets hot but remain pleasant in the other months except December-January and February.

Distance from Delhi- Approx 250 KMs and it takes around 5 hours to reach by road.
Airport- Pantnagar (Rudrapur) Airport is the nearest one situated around 90 KMs.
Railway station- Ramnagar railway station is the nearest situated around 8 KMs.
Cost- INR 4K TO 6K Per person approximately for 1 night plan including safari.

Agra

 

Agra is city situated on the banks of river Yamuna in the state of Uttar Pradesh. It used to be the capital of Mughal empire during the rule of Mughals. Agra is the land of Taj Mahal which is world famous monument built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century. It is is an ivory-white marble mausoleum on the southern bank of the river Yamuna in the Indian city of Agra. The weather remains humid and hot during summer time and remains cold from December to February every year. 

Distance from Delhi- Approx 200 KMs and it takes around 3 to 4 hours to reach by road.
Airport- Delhi Airport is the nearest one situated around 230 KMs.
Railway station- There are multiple railway stations in the city of Agra.
Cost- INR 2K TO 4K Per person approximately for 1 night.

Bharatpur

 

Bharatpur is city in the eastern part of Rajasthan and also known as the birding paradise due to its bird sanctuary located in the district. It was established by Maharaja Suraj Mal in the year 1733. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary also known as Keoladeo Ghana National Park. The park is home to over 350 species of birds and animals such as the Indian python, painted storks, spotted deer, nilgai and more. Though the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is open through out the year, but the best time to visit Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is from mid August to November to witness the resident birds and from October to December the sight of Migratory birds.

Distance from Delhi- Approx 230 KMs and it takes around 4 hours to reach by road.
Airport- Delhi Airport is the nearest one situated around 240 KMs.
Railway station- Bharatpur junction is situated in the main town.
Cost- INR 2K TO 4K Per person approximately for 1 night.

Ranthambore national park

 

Ranthambore national park is wild life reserve near the Sawai madho town of Rajasthan. It used to be the private safari drive area for the Royal families of Rajasthan. This national park holds a prominent place in the world when it comes to wild life safaris and the king of the jungle here is Royal Bengal Tiger. Due to less rainfall which it receives, here the forest is not that dense except the water body areas. Besides Tiger, Leopard, sloth bear, fishing cat, jungle cat, jackal, hyenas and crocodiles are some famous fauna here.

Distance from Delhi- Approx 390 KMs and it takes around 8 hours to reach by road.
Airport- Jaipur Airport is the nearest one situated around 140 KMs.
Railway station- Sawai madhopur junction is situated around 10 Kms from Ranthambore.
Cost- INR 3K TO 5K Per person approximately for 1 night.

Jaipur

 

Jaipur is the capital and largest city in the state of Rajasthan. It was founded by Sawai Jai Singh II in year 1727. Jaipur is also popularly known with another name as Pink city due to color scheme of city’s old buildings. This city is very much popular among tourists from all over the world and is a part of the famous itinerary of Golden triangle tours. Famous attractions in the city are Amer fort, Jaigarh fort, Nahargarh fort, City palace, Jantar mantar and Albert hall museum. Jal mahal is also popular name which is a palace located in the middle of man sagar lake.

Distance from Delhi- Approx 270 KMs and it takes around 6 hours to reach by road.
Airport- Jaipur Airport is the nearest one situated in the city only.
Railway station- Jaipur has multiple railway stations in the city.
Cost- INR 2K TO 4K Per person approximately for 1 night.

Chandigarh

 

Chandigarh, the capital city of the 2 northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana, was designed by the Swiss-French modernist architect, Le Corbusier as a part of the dream of late Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru (First prime minister of India) .The city has so much to offer as one can think of while visiting a tourist city. Well maintained parks and gardens in the city and safe nightlife makes the city popular among the tourists and residents. Autumn season is the ideal time to visit this city and weather in Chandigarh in this season is pleasant always. 

Distance from Delhi- Approx 260 KMs and it takes around 5 hours to reach by road.
Airport- Chandigarh Airport is the nearest one situated in the city only.
Railway station- Chandigarh railway station is situated in the city and second known nearest station is Kalka about 30 KMs from Chandigarh.
Cost- INR 2K TO 4K Per person approximately for 1 night.

Shimla

 

Shimla also known as Simla, is the capital and the largest city of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated in the foothills of Himalayas and one of the most popular hill station in the northern part of India. It is one of the few hill stations in India which are home to UNESCO World Heritage Sites which is Kalka Shimla Railway Line. In 1864 Shimla was declared as the summer capital of India. Shimla is not a single hill but a group of seven hills and these are Bantony Hill, Elysium Hill, Inverarm Hill, Jakhoo Hill, Observatory Hill, Prospect Hill, Summer Hill.

Distance from Delhi- Approx 310 KMs and it takes around 8 hours to reach by road.
Airport- Chandigarh Airport is the nearest one which is situated around 130 KMs away from Shimla.
Railway station- Shimla has a railway station which is connected with Kalka station and a toy train is run on this route for travelling.
Cost- INR 3K TO 6K Per person approximately for 1 night.

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