Travelling and exploring a few place is the simplest way to break free from the monotony, and to rejuvenate as well as introspect various aspects of life. It is that much-required recess that helps to regain all that is needed to get back on life with newer energy.
Thankfully, this current year has many long weekends allowing you to go on short trips and make the most of it. However, almost all the popular tourist spots will be flocked with visitors and you might also bump into your boss or someone you were trying to avoid while roaming around such tourist spot.
Ergo, here we present a list of not-so-popular tourist gateways from three metropolitans in India where you can escape from life and hopefully from people you want to avoid.
Nahan: This town in Himachal is the headquarters of Sirmour district, and is approximately 265 km away from the capital. Located on a hill top of Shivalik Hills, Nahan is low populated picturesque place with an interesting history.
This place has fort, temples, and view of peaks, Renuka wildlife Park, lakes, palaces, and other places to visit.
Churu: Approximately 275 km away from Delhi, Churu in Rajasthan, happens to be a beautiful place less explored by the tourist. Unlike other places in this state, Churu located in Thar Desert lacks historical forts and palaces.
Once a hub of Marwari merchants, Churu now has massive havelis and intricate wall paintings to impress the onlookers. Perfect for a weekend gateway, Churu is just a wonderland to walk through.