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Highway 46: 5 Indian Destinations To Visit Before You’re 30 (& A Bucket List Of Things To Do There!)

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Highway 46: 5 Indian Destinations To Visit Before You're 30 (& Bucket List Of To-Dos When You're There)
Not that life should come to a standstill the moment you turn 30, but life starts happening starting your late teens, if not earlier. So, planning vacations and exploring the bohemian in you should start way before you hit the third decade of your life. Young, wild, and life - remember? Know more about these 5 Indian destinations that you should plan trips to before you turn 30, along with the activities that you must indulge in while you’re there.
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1. Goa For Partying & Gambling
Well, India’s most happening beach town is famous (or, infamous, whatever you chose to call it) for its party and gambling culture. Do indulge in some of these fun activities to soak in the flavour of the town, although make sure you’re headed to a safe place. Also, bask in the ever-changing colours of the sand by the sea, treat your taste buds to the distinct flavours of the local cuisine, and drink up!
How To Reach: By Air - Take a flight to Dabolim International Airport; By Train - Take a train to Madgaon / Vasco-Da-Gama Railway Station
When To Visit: November - February
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2. McLeodgunj For Adventure Sports
You cannot plan a trip to this quaint hill station and not participate in the exciting adventure sports organised here - rock climbing, paragliding, ziplining, et al. That apart, reach for the skies during your trekking expeditions, experience life at a camp, visit Tsug La Khang (Dalai Lama's temple) and Tibetan monasteries, to get a feel of nature and the local culture.
How To Reach: By Air - Take a flight to Chandigarh / Delhi; By Train - Take a train to Kangri Mandir / Pathankot
When To Visit: April - July
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3. Rishikesh For River Rafting
Rishikesh is synonymous with river rafting. The adrenaline rush you feel while making your way against the natural flow of the river is unparalleled. That’s not all. Bungee jumping and giant swing are some other indulgences for adrenaline junkies, just to name a few. Also, go trekking, camping along the river, experience the dynamic Ganga Aarti at Triveni Ghat, to feel at one with the body, mind, and soul of this destination.
How To Reach: By Air - Take a flight to Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun; By Train - Take a train to Rishikesh Railway Station
When To Visit: September - February
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4. Andaman & Nicobar Islands For Deep Sea Diving
The aquamarine waters of the Indian Ocean embracing the cluster of islands that are a part of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is a sight to reckon with. Indulging in a host of water sports like scuba diving, snorkelling, and kayaking, for that adrenaline rush. Havelock is truly a paradise and is also one of the few places in India where you can experience bioluminescent beaches—the water at the beach appears to glow.
How To Reach: By Air - Take a flight to Port Blair & then by seaplane; By Air & Sea - Take a flight to Port Blair & then by ferry
When To Visit: October - April
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5. Nashik For Wine Fest
It’s always wine o’clock in Nashik. Introducing your palette to an array of wines made using different varieties of grapes, this place does not disappoint. It’s like a booze cruise, but on land. What’s more, you can also learn about wine pairing with different foods, make your own wine, and enjoy the beauty of the vineyards under the clear blue skies.
How To Reach: By Air - Take a flight to Ojhar Nashik International Airport; By Train - Take a train to Nashik Railway Station; By Road - Well connected by road from nearby cities
When To Visit: October - March
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