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6 Offbeat Indian Destinations For New Year’s Eve That Will Make You Forget Goa

  • Mrinalini Singh
  • December 29, 2017
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2018 is just around the corner and we are eagerly waiting for the same. What’s even exciting than a New Year’s bash or a destination bash? But, don’t you feel that you have all grown tired of the usual Goa or Matheran, as they have grown to become very commercial hot spots at the end of the year. So, here we have bought for you a different, quiet, yet tremendous New Year offbeat places you can try.

Gulmarg, Kashmir: If you like freezing cold, then go ahead to Gulmarg. Covered in pure, white snow, Gulmarg looks akin a town right out of fairy tale. You can try tobogganing and skiing, and at night, sit back, relax in front of a fire and look at the glittering stars.

Naukuchiatal, Uttarakhand: As the name suggests, it’s main attraction is a massive lake that has nine corners. As per the mythology, one can achieve an enlightenment by getting a glimpse of all nine corners with both feet on the ground. So if you are seeking a pleasant and peaceful New Year’s Eve, come here for a calm boat ride across the lake.

Kasol, Himachal Pradesh: This place offers the chance to be at one with nature this New Year’s, with mesmerising mountain air, and a view of the river Parvati.

Gokarna, Karnataka: The four beaches of Gokarna – Kudle Beach, Half- Moon Beach, Om Beach, and Paradise Beach fun beach parties with bonfires and music, as well as quiet and safe covers.

Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu: Kodaikanal is surrounded by beautiful mountains and forests that have alluring waterfalls. Try taking a boat ride in the Kodai Lake or trekking at the various hill-sides. Have a wonderful, peaceful and fun New Year at Kodaikanal.

Bhandardara, Maharashtra: A bizarre getaway in the center of the Western Ghats, Bhandardara is not so famous destination for all nature lovers. Take a visit to Arthur Lake, which is bundled up in the Sahyadri forests, with a view of the mountains. Pleasant, scenic, and an isolated Bhandardara is far from the crazy crowd.

So what are you waiting for? Plan for an amazing New Year this time!


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