Posted on: March 23, 2021 Posted by: kerala Comments: 0
adventure camp around delhi

Staying away from the hubbub of the city is something we all crave after days of braving the city traffic and the crowd. However, most of the times, we are deterred by the status of our finances. So here are a few easy solutions to save your financial health as well as keep yourself spruced up throughout the weekend. Check out the easy to reach campsites around Delhi which your pocket will love!

1. Eco-camp, Kausani, Bageshwar District, 417 km

Known as the Switzerland of India, Kausani hills is a picturesque hill station located at an altitude of 6000 ft above sea level. Trishul, Nanda Devi and Nandakot hill are quite clearly visible from the campsite at Kausani. This may not be a weekend getaway for the ones living in Delhi, but it definitely makes for the small vacations we sought out on the extended weekends. The greenery is serene since there are no commercial outlets maligning the au naturel skyline. The camp is located about 18 km from the town of Kausani, further into the laps of nature. The Eco-camp provides opportunities for a plethora of adventure sports for couples, students and families. we can book this camp on delhi tour packages

2. Adventure camping in Ranikhet, Uttaranchal

Ranikhet is a blissful hill station far away from the bedlam of the nation’s capital. Although reachable by both bus and train, the camping sites at Ranikhet are quite forlorn. Many nature lovers and students seek out the solitary camping sites in Ranikhet to spend their weekends. The “Queen’s Meadow” is a lustfully green scenery that welcomes everyone who are interested to spend a couple of days in touch with nature.

3. Camping by Ganga, Kaudiyala, Uttarakhand

This is one important campsite which never fails to attract adventure lovers from all over the country and even abroad. More importantly, this camp is located en route to the Kedarnath trek, which is considered one of the tougher treks in Uttarakhand. This campsite is located about 480 meters above sea level on the sandy banks formed by a young and frivolous river Ganga.

4. Kanatal, near Dhanaulti

This is an ideal spot for you if you are trying to rediscover the magic of nature. This is a permanent, well laid out camp site which offers you experiences of rock climbing, rappelling, hiking and Mowgli walks. The well planned tents and its proximity to the Kaudia forest make the site quite ideal for both friends and family. Complete your camping experience with a campfire and barbeque as the night sets in on the mysterious forest.

5. Rhododendron Camping, Binsar, Almora

Yet another gem from Almora, the Binsar camping grounds are comparatively new and less explored. This is ideal for the lone traveler who seeks comfort in solitary soliloquies. Hidden amidst thickets of rhododendron, the Binsar Camps are ideal for bird watching, riverside treks, hikes and rappelling as well.

6. Desert Camping, Mandwa, Rajasthan

With the winters just round the corner, a cool evening under the stars should not be a bad idea amidst the sand dunes of Rajasthan. Mandwa is a small, picturesque village located about 257 km away from Delhi NCR. Apart from living your dream you can also go for bird watching and morning camel safaris during your camp stay in Mandwa. This might be a little hard on your pocket, but the stark beauty of the desert simply makes up for a broken wallet!

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