Where to Go on a Summer Vacation in India with Family

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Everyone wants to know Where to Go on a Summer Vacation in India with Family. As the Scorching heat of summer approaches, students and teachers start rejoicing in the anticipation of the imminent vacations. At least the scorching sun brings good news for someone! With schools, and colleges closed, you have a good opportunity to travel with your family to a place that has little to do with constantly rising temperature and is free from many constrains of city life. Most of us plan to a Chill hill station with families and I Eat, Pray and Sleep by the words that the one thing that knits a beautiful bond between the family members is when they are out travelling together. Here I have made a list of not-to-miss places for those who haven’t still decided where to go on a summer vacation in India with family.

 

Manali… A Perfect Family Escape

 

 

Needless to mention that Manali is extraordinary beautiful! Adding grace to the abundant beauty of Himachal Pradesh is the Manali hill station, one of the most visited tourist destinations in himachal. I remembered my first trip to Manali and how I fell in love with the place. The snow-covered high mountains, the evening scarlet sky and the picture perfect Rohtang Pass, these images kept tugging at my heartstrings and reminding me about Manali for a very long time. The perfect view and nature beauty also make Manali a perfect honeymoon destination. Hadimba Temple, Solang Valley, Vashisht Village, Naggar, Rahala Falls and Rohtang Pass are some popular sightseeing places in Manali.

 

Shimla… The Amazing Summer Destination

 

 

Shimla is an beautiful destination to spend your summer holiday in himachal India. It gives various offer one of those home away from home experiences and draws attention of families who are looking for a comfortable, leisurely stay amidst picturesque surroundings. The reason I would pick Shimla as a family holiday destination is the fact that the climate is much bearable in summers (neither too hot nor too cold), there are several Restaurent ,Dhabas for dining (all cuisine are available), plentiful shopping and accommodation options, and the low-traffic. There is calming peace everywhere just does the trick for you! Strolling around the Mall Road, eat, shop and visit the beautiful church located on the Ridge near the mall and scandle point. One can must visiting Jakhu Temple, which is situated on top of a hill and has a huge statue of Hanuman. Kali Bari Temple is another holy attraction in Shimla; this temple is situated in the heart of the city and can be visited while going towards the Mall Road. Don’t forget to get a family photo done in the traditional attire! It might look stupid at that time but will make a great story later.

 

Dharamshala…Fun-filled and Awe-aspiring

 

 

The mighty Dhauladhar does the magic for Dharamshala! A beautiful valley that is overlooked by lofty snow-clad mountains. Dharamshala wears the costume of beauty and invites travel enthusiasts to experience the marvels of nature. The lofty conical mountains were simply breathtaking. I enjoyed every bit of my stay in Dharamshala, a calm and composed hill station that allows a perfect holiday especially with family. Kangra Art museum at Kotwali bazar, War memorial, Kunal Pathri temple and tea gardens on the way to Kunal Pathri are places that can be visited in Dharamshala.

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