Getaways from Delhi 


Home to Taj Mahal, one of the wonders of the world and three world heritage monuments, Agra Fort, the Taj Mahal and Fatehpur Sikri, agra is one of the most popular and must-visit cities in the itinerary of both Indian and foreign tourists.

Located in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh in India, Agra is a crowded and sultry town today and is best visited in winters. Read more...


An ancient town, believed to be in existence since Vedic Age, Almora is a picturesque hill-district in the central Kumaon region of Uttaranchal.

A town of temples, with temple of Goddess Nanda Devi in the heart of the town, Almora, unlike most other hill-stations developed by British, was developed by Indians themselves. Read more...


A very small, serene and tranquil hill-station with flourishing apple orchards, myriad farmhouses and lush terraced fields, Bhimtal is a place for a quiet holiday in the lap of nature away from the din of cities.

Named after legendary ‘Bheema’, Bhimtal has many temples and lakes with legends associated with them. Read more...


Jaipur is the capital city of the Indian state of Rajasthan.  Jaipur, along with Delhi and Agra, forms the tourists’ Golden Triangle and is one of the most important and popular tourist destinations in India.

Once the city of Rajputs, Jaipur has a rich culture and royal heritage. Today, the city is home to ‘World Trade Park’ and is a major business centre equipped with latest technology and infrastructure. However, it still retains age-old romantic charm which pulls the tourists, both Indian and foreign alike. Read more...


Originally called ‘Valna’, Kausani is a small yet spectacular hill-station located in the Kumaon region of Uttaranchal.

Nuzzling a dense coniferous forest, sitting atop a narrow ridge, Kausani offers wonderful vistas of the Kumaon Himalayas. Read more...


A pretty hill-station in the Pauri-Garhwal region of Uttaranchal, Lansdowne is one of the quietest hill-stations in India.

A spic-n-span town with disciplined residents, Lansdowne owes its existence to the British and was named after its founder, Lord Lansdowne.

Lansdowne is one of the least explored and least exploited hill-stations with secluded and pristine environment. Read more...


Located in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh (UP), on the banks of river Yamuna, Mathura is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus as it is the birthplace of Lord Krishna.

Popularly known as Krishna’s Janambhoomi, Mathura is the nucleus of Braj bhoomi. In ancient Hindu scripture ‘Garuda Purana’, Mathura has been mentioned as one of the seven most holy places in India here ‘Moksha’ or eternal liberation can be achieved. Read more...


Situated on the foothills of Garhwal Himalayan ranges, Mussoorie with its lush green hills, pure and invigorating air, varied flora and fauna and splendid views is a fascinating and one of the most frequently visited hill resorts. The town was named after a shrub ‘mansoor’ indigenous to the area.

Mussoorie has more to it than a holiday resort! It’s a gateway to Hindu pilgrimages ‘Yamunotri’ and ‘Gangotri’ and an important education and business centre. Read more...


Nainital is one of the most popular hill-stations in India.  Located around lake ‘Naini’ and surrounded by majestic mountains, Nainital is simply beautiful and photogenic.

Also known as ‘Lake City’ because of many lakes in and around it, like Naini, Bhimtal, Saattal, Naukuchia Tal and Khurpa Tal, Nainital is filled with many wonders.

Nainital is well known for its natural beauty.


Initially ruled by Kumaoni rulers, later developed by British in 1869, Ranikhet is a secluded and serene hill-station adorned with nature’s enviable beauty.

With not much to do, except enjoying nature walks and absorbing mesmerizing views, Ranikhet is more of a retreat than a hill-station. Its breathtaking undulating hilly-terrain, lush green forests and wonderful peacefulness make it an ideal holiday spot. Read more...


Situated on the banks of Yamuna river, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, is Vrindavan, one of the major pilgrimage destinations for Hindus.

Home to around 5000 temples, Vrindavan is said to be the manifestation of the original Golaka Vrindavan Dham, the heavenly abode, of Lord Krishna. Read more...

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