There are many tourist spots around Delhi, which the city dwellers can easily access over the weekends. Many get on for such an unplanned trip after long tiring days’ of work. For those who are looking forward to such a short-term outing, here we will discuss some major offbeat destinations around Delhi.
Udaipur is called as the romantic city, which is located in the Rajasthan state. The city of boasts of many exquisite lakes, which adds more charm to the beauty and climate of this place. Apart form these pristine lakes, there are many big palaces, temples, and important edifices in and around the city. The picturesque view of Aravalli Hills surrounding the city and the enticing serenity around famous Pichola Lake will give a revitalizing time to the travelers. Udaipur is about 668 km away from Delhi
Bikaner is also located in the state of Rajasthan, which is another best offbeat destination near Delhi, well known among the travelers for the sand dunes and plenty of sculptured temples here. There are many magnificent sites to be explored at Bikaner and the city also boasts of a rich cultural heritage. Bikaner is also affectionately called as the ‘Bloomed Beauty in the Desert.” You can enjoy camel safaris in the desert and explore many majestic forts at this place. The best time to visit this place is during the time of the great camel festival here in January. Distance from Delhi is nearly 425 km.
Located southwest to the city of Jaipur in Rajasthan, Ajmer is a well-known religious destination for both Hindus and Muslims. Moreover, Ajmer is a very beautiful city with many tourist attractions, ideally nestled by the spectacular range of Aravalli mountain. Ajmer is also famous for silver jewelry and traditional handicraft items. Dargah Sharif of Ajmer is a wold famous mausoleum of Sufi Saint Khwaza Moinuddin Chishti. You need to travel about 400 km from Delhi to reach Ajmer.
Nestled ideally at the lap of Western Himalayas, Dharamshala is another best offbeat destination near Delhi, in the state Himachal Pradesh. It is also known as Little Lhasa and is so popular for the immaculate beauty of the nature here. Offering a very serenity and rejuvenating holiday to all sort of travelers, Dharmashala is packed with domestic and foreign tourists during the peak seasons. It is a wonderful destination for the photography enthusiasts too and there are many adventure activities too to explore here. The distance from Delhi to Dharmashala is 481 kms.