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December 31, 2020 / Comments (0)

Top 5 Places to visit on New Year in India

Top 5 Places to visit during new year in India

2020 was the year of mental exhaustion and physical restrictions. So, there’s no way we are celebrating the onset of 2021 at our home. To save you the trouble of research and endless choices, we have shortlisted the top 5 places to visit on New Year in India.

Goa

goa

2020 taught us to live every moment and nothing beats the long-awaited goa trip with the gang. Rent your favorite bikes and roam across the party capital of India to enjoy the scenic views. Explore South Goa for local markets and traditions while North Goa welcomes the party animal in you with midnight fireworks and endless parties across various clubs such as Titos, LPK, etc.

Mcleodganj


If you’re looking for a calm get away with nature, Mcleodganj is the ideal destination. Inhabited by a few people, this place is famous for its cafes and resorts connected with waterfalls or forest. Enjoy light music with your favorite book or a loved one as you peacefully welcome 2021.

Manali

manali
After Goa, Manali is the best place to party. Zostels and bunker bed accommodations are abundantly available at economical prices. We would recommend that you prefer Old Manali for its cafés, ‘high’ life, and local market shopping. However, you cannot afford to miss the German Bakery on Mall Road.

Puducherry

puducherry
Looking for some offbeat exploration? Puducherry can be the places to visit on New Year in India. Unlike other parts of South India famous for their religious places, Puducherry has an array of well-maintained beaches that make for picturesque sunrise and sunsets. You can ask a nearby café to arrange for a bonfire and enjoy the custom delicacies of the area (with economical liquor prices) at the beach.

Udaipur

udaipur
Rajasthani spices are bound to satiate your palate with beautiful food after a day of exploring palaces and tombs. For the party people, various resorts and clubs across the city organize crazy DJ nights on the new year. Udaipur is all about cultural celebrations with food, forts, and family.

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