Take A Trip With Siblings This Rakhi And Make Memories Of A Lifetime
With the temperatures soaring and the sun blazing down on us, mightier and stronger, with each passing day, let go off the workload for a few days and take a detox! The Rakhi season is almost here, and unlike previous times, this festival is just not bound by tying Rakhis on your brother/s’ wrists. Most of the people can avail this opportunity and plan a trip together. Sounds fun, right? You need not bother about the places that can be visited as we are here to help you with that. If you are planning a trip with your siblings this Rakhi, this article is just apt for you.
1) Ladakh- Find Your Own Self In The True-Blue Surroundings
Getting away from all the agonies and the vicious cycle of peer pressure from work and life, how about venting it out via a trip to Ladakh? Get all of your siblings and cousins together and plan this wonderful getaway without the older generations pestering you with any cultural pieces of advice. Places like the Pangong Tso offers an outstanding view to behold. Take your cameras out, as this place is a heavenly abode of clear Multi-hued waters and barren rocky surroundings. This place has been a location for some of the iconic movies in Bollywood and is the most searched point to be visited by tourists and travelers. With the temperature hitting as low as below the freezing point, this nature calling a trip to Ladakh will provide you with scenic beauties of a lifetime. The Stupas, valleys, and passes adding to the list, their green pastures of land fringed by snow-capped mountains will hold you captivated by their majestic charms
Do you know that you can go camping in Rishikesh? Rishikesh is a lovely place to visit. The river Ganges and the Temples they lure tourists from all over the world. But if you are planning a trip with your siblings and people of your generation, you too can visit this place without feeling old. They have amazing places for you to visit and make this an adventure trip to Rishikesh. This is a recreational activity and has no age barrier. Any person who loves to travel and to explore can go camping and live amidst the beautiful Environment and connect with the serenity of the place. Your mornings will be filled with humming tunes and chirpings of different and rare birds of all kinds while you can take a dip in the fresh waters of the Ganges as well!
Goa is one of the most common places that are visited by millennials. Living in the shacks and enjoying to the utmost is just an understatement when it comes to Goa. With some of the amazing beaches to visit and gorging on some good seafood, unlimited alcohol at cheap rates and dancing the nights away at the shacks, a relaxing getaway in Goa will be full-on entertainment. Make memories of a lifetime with your siblings and return with the most sought after sun-tan!
Delhi is a place where you can find the rarest of the rare items ever. With its market prices on fleek and if you have the talent to get a good deal out of the situation, visiting these markets with your siblings is a boon to you. Places like Janpath market, Chor Bazaar, and Chandni Chowk, offer you with some of the best items in street fashion, junk jewelry, and first copy material are at such affordable rates like none other places. If you are good at bargaining, then the deal is your way! Do not forget to hog on some of the best street foods besides your shopping exploration in Delhi if you are in the city.
Planning a lovely getaway to the land of the Rajas is so much fun. Exploring the same old places of the Royals with your own family is another level of a thrilling experience. Take a trip to Rajasthan to visit several forts, some of them being the lavish locations of many destination weddings of royal couples and celebrities. These places have garnered more popularity than before due to the same.
With these being some of the loveliest options to choose from, take your summer dresses out and get ready to barge into the world of explorations and fun with your siblings on board this Rakhi season!
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