Three places you need to visit in India with your best friend

When the daily humdrum gets to you, the first thought which crosses your mind is to break away and head off to a place which is pleasant, quiet and which gives you a chance to switch off.
Travelling with your best friend, irrespective of the time of the year, can be an exciting and really fulfilling experience. Here we take a look at three places where you and your friends can go and switch off from the rest of the world.

Chadar – The Frozen River Trek

How often have you dreamt about sauntering over a frozen river? Well, time to live your dream as Chadar is one of the most thrilling experiences in Ladakh for an adventure fanatic. It connects villages in the Zanskar valley, which is deep in the mountains, with Chilling and the frozen Zanskar River.
All across this trek, you can also soak in the awe-inspiring, almost jaw-dropping sights. There will be a test of your physical fitness too and so before you decide to plan a trip with your buddies, you can also hit the gym to get in shape.

Manali-Leh Road Trip

Quite simply put, this Manali-Leh road trip can safely be called The ‘Mecca’ of all road trips in India. It is just the perfect route for either solo or any group sojourn. Get up, stuff all your things in a backpack, take the bike and hit the road.
All along the route, you will pass mountains and villages, you will see people occupied in their daily chores and it will give you a chance to understand the simplicity of people.


Pushkar is believed to be one of the oldest cities in India. Now, you can make your stay even more wonderful if you are aware of the intricacies.
There are plenty of hidden beauties which can be explored – the Brahma Temple, which is one of its kinds in the whole world. Whether you are visiting this place to learn about the ancient culture or just to spend some time with friends, it will be a joy ride. And then, there is the famous Pushkar fair; so gang up and go for a ride!

If you have more recommendations, let us know by commenting below.

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  1. September 28, 2019

    I love it when people come together and share opinions, great blog, keep it up.

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