Tired of your daily tedious routine? Want to go out on a vacation but cannot take leave from the office? Then a workation is something you need. Workation – a working vacation. Yes, a vacation to an exotic place without even missing office work. Sounds cool. Doesn’t it?
So this summer pack your bags and book your tickets to one of the wonderful workation destinations you surely won’t want to miss. Here are the top 5 workations of India which will certainly give you peace and happiness.
Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh
Situated in the heavenly foothills of the Dhauladhar Range, Dharamshala is also known as the second capital of Himachal Pradesh. The city provides fascinating views of Himalayan peaks covered with snow, forests full of pine and deodar trees.
The localities of this city make the city more inviting with their welcoming nature and beautiful smile.
Things To Try In Dharamshala: If you ever get a chance to visit Dharamshala then do the trek at Triund and Bhagsu. Don’t forget to visit Gyuto Monastery, Dalai Lama Temple and Dal Lake. Also, keep in mind to taste the delicious Tibetian food offered by various cafes and restaurants in the city.
Varkala is a perfect workation destination full of wonderful places. From beautiful lakes, and beaches to mesmerizing waterfalls, and mountains, it is one of the best places to relax. The 15 meters high ‘Northern Cliff’ at Varkala beach is the main attraction for tourists.
Things To Try In Varkala: View sunset at Kappil beach. Spend a day at the historical Kilimanoor Palace and Anjengo Fort and LightHouse. Don’t forget to visit Varkala Lighthouse as well. You can also try water sports and seafood at the beaches of the town.
Panchgani obtains its name from the five hills of the Western Ghats, popularly known as the Sahyadri Mountains. The town is surrounded by hills on one side and sea coasts on the other. Sunrise and sunset at Sydney point and Bombay Point are the famous points of interest here.
Things To Try In Panchgani: Try trekking at Table Land, paragliding at Panshet, and boating at Dhom Dam. Bhandardara and Chikhaldara are also great places to visit in the town. You can also try to explore Rajpuri caves and visit a temple devoted to Lord Kartikeya. Bhilar falls are aesthetically pleasing.
Popularly known as the Scotland of India, Coorg is a beautiful hill station in Karnataka. The official name of the district is Kodagu and it is famous for its dense forests and coffee plantations. It is also known as Kashmir of South India for the scenic beauty offered by the town.
Things To Do In Coorg: Elephant Camp of Coorg is a must-visit in the city, explore water sports at Barapole river, visit Abbey Falls, trek to Chettalli waterfalls and take a tour to Namdroling Monastery and Madikeri Fort.
Queen of Hills- Mussoorie, is a perfect summer capital. The hill station is famous for the amazing view of Doon valley and the Shivalik Ranges. The city is a wonderful workation destination if you are seeking a peaceful and calm atmosphere. The city offers tranquil scenic views at the top of the mountain and snow ranges.
Things To Do In Mussoorie: Many churches and hotels of the hill station represent ancient British architecture. Gun Hill is the most popular tourist attraction in the town. Adventures like trekking and hill-climbing can also be tried here.
Thrilled after reading about these destinations? So when are you packing your bags for exploring new places?