8 Diwali Weekend Getaways

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1. Kareri

You can reach the stunning Kareri lake after a short hike from the Kareri village. It is a lake with crystal-clear shallow water and presents a lovely sight to all of its guests. 

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2. Shoja

Between Kullu and Shimla, in the Seraj Valley, is the undiscovered hamlet of Shoja. A paradise for nature lovers, lose yourself in the beautiful sights of the valley's rich greenery and the soothing sound of birds. 

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3. Shangarh

Shangarh, a quaint tiny village in Himachal Pradesh's Sainj Valley, is a haven for hikers and trekkers. Spend Diwali in the cool meadows and take a stroll through the streets to experience the tranquility. 

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4. Ramgarh

Ramgarh is surrounded by orchards of fruits like apples, peaches, plums, and apricots and is referred to as the "fruit bowl of Kumaon." This is the place to book your winter getaway if you want to cuddle up over a bonfire and swap travel tales.

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5. Munnar 

Munnar, one of the most well-known hill towns in the south, is situated on the western ghats of Kerala. It is one of the biggest tea producers and is referred to be the Kashmir of the south.

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6. Jaipur

The capital of Rajasthan is Jaipur, also referred to as the "Pink City." When you visit this region, which is well-known for its magnificent forts and rich legacy, you can see the vibrant local culture.

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7. Fort Kochi 

Fort Kochi, which was once a colonial town, is one of the least popular tourist locations. This small town is quite special because of its peaceful past, the impact of the Dutch, Portuguese, and British peoples, as well as its mysterious atmosphere.

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8. Naukuchiatal 

This holiday season, pack your luggage and head to Naukuchiatal to avoid the throng. It is well-known for its Naukuchiatal Lake and provides enjoyable activities like boat trips, kayaking, water sports, and more. 

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