These 11 Places Are Best For Your 3 to 4 Days Vacations

Separate from the crowd of the world, take 3 to 4 days of leave & visit these 11 places:-

  • Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

Rishikesh is a small hill town of Uttarakhand. Which is famous for its natural beautiful and religious bays from the Gulf. The 3-4-day holidays are enough to roam the city in the Himalayas. You can also enjoy activities like River Rafting, Bungee-Jumping, Tracking, Cliff Hanging, and Flying Fox, where you can roam around.

  • Agra, Uttar Pradesh

In Agra, there is a crowd of tourists all year round. An amazing example of the magnificent art of the Mughal period is Tajmahal. Which has been included in 7 wonders of the world? The look of the Taj Mahal with white marble looks more beautiful in the night than when it looks beautiful when the light of the moon falls on it. Apart from this, the Fatehpur Sikri, the tomb of Atmadudoula and the fort of Agra are also seen here.

  • Bikaner, Rajasthan

Bikaner of Rajasthan is also a good place for 3-4 days trip. The sand of the sand, the beautiful temple and the culture here makes this place even more special. Do not forget to enjoy camel safari here.

  • Chail, Himachal Pradesh

Himachal’s Chail is also a very beautiful travel destination. Where Families and Friends Can Feel Fierce With You must definitely see the wildlife reserve, Saidpur village. Snow and mountains give you the best chance of photography.

  • Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh

The combination of beautiful grounds and colonel buildings doubles the beauty of Dalhousie. Where you can relax and even relax with the angle. Khajjar near Dalhousie can also cover you in 3-4 days holidays. To explore Tibet Market, Buckarota Heels, Kalapat, Lohali Village is the best destination.

  • Bandhavgarh, Madhya Pradesh

 

Bandhavgarh National Park is also a very famous weekend destination. In this park, you can easily see tigers but besides this, places like Bandhavgarh Fort, Sita Mandap, and Rampur Pavarari also boast their different history and beauty.

  • Rohru, Himachal Pradesh

Rohru, a small town on the banks of the river Pabar, is a very beautiful travel destination. This place included in the list of off-beat destinations is not available to the rest of the tourists in the rest of the place, but this place is perfect for relaxation in the three to four-day holidays. Shikhru Devata Temple, Chirgaon, Chanshal, Deora, and Kwar are the places to visit.

  • Mandwa, Rajasthan

The castle, the mansion, the palace, and the historical heritage is full of Rajasthan, the city of Rajasthan. And here is the beautiful city of Jhunjhun district Mandwa. There has been more discussion since the Bollywood movie ‘PK’. To see here, Mandwa Fort, Goenka Double Haveli, Murmuria Haveli, and Bagar are some of the places where you will find a unique view of Rajasthani culture and architecture.

  • Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

Gwalior gives you many reasons to go around. Gwalior Fort is the most special attraction here. In addition to the Tomb of Tansen, you can make a day of Shivpuri Trip Plan. The Scindia School, built in Gwalior Fort, is very famous. First Museum Sarod Ghar Indian instruments are also in Gwalior. Apart from this, there are many places to see here, where you will not be bored at all.

  • Orchha, Madhya Pradesh

In the 16th century Bundel Senapati, Rudra Pratap discovered this place. Orchha is also a beautiful and historic city just like Betwa. Because of being a big city, you can cover it in two to three holidays. Jahangir Palace, Laxminarayan Temple, and Rajmahal are the places to visit.

  • Pushkar, Rajasthan

Pushkar is one of the oldest cities in India. In India, there are only a few selected temples of Brahma Ji, one of which is here. Apart from this, Pushkar’s religious belief is also there. This is a very popular tourist destination due to its all its features. Where foreigners will be seen and working as a part of the Sailani party. People come from far and wide to see Camel Fair, which takes place here every year. There are plenty of 2-3 days to roam this place. Yes, the city’s view is very different and special in Holi.

Arpit Agarwal
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