Discovering new areas is an activity that everyone enjoys doing. Our esteemed university may be found in the state of Five Rivers, which is widely recognised for its devotional culture. The states that surround them are well-known for the natural beauty and tourist attractions found inside their borders. We are located within the proximity of some of the most popular tourist destinations in the area, which should be tried while you are here. The following is a list of a five locations that you might want to consider going to during this time of the year.
It is safe to argue that Golden Temple represents Amritsar’s core identity. Jallianwala Bagh is a site with significant historical significance to all Indians because it symbolises the costs paid during the Indian Independence. It is home to a memorial of significant national significance. Known for its Beating Retreat Ceremony, Wagah Border is another place that is a must visit. The Pakistan Rangers and the Indian Border Security Force conduct the flag ceremony.
Haridwar and Rishikesh
Trips to Haridwar and Rishikesh are among the most well-known on campus. There are many things to do, such as taking the rope way to the Mansa Devi Temple and bathing in the holy Ganga River. You can also see the Ganga Aarti that happens everyday in the evening. You can also travel to Rishikesh to explore holy sites like the Neelkanth Temple and engage in daring sports like rafting.
Manali is great in winter and summer. Students trek, enjoy the snow and return. But it has many more attractions. Visit Manali’s gorgeous Manu Temple, wildlife reserve, and Arjun Gufa. Solang Valley offers thrilling hiking, camping, and gliding. You can rent a bike too and travel.
The Jammu region is primarily famous for Vaishno Devi Temple, located at an altitude of 5200 ft above sea level. Try out the historical sites there, like the Bahu Fort, located at the opposite of Jammu’s Old Town. It dates back to the 18th century and was built by Raja Gulab Singh of the Dogra Empire. Bhimgarh Fort, Peer Kho Cave, Amar Mahal Palace, Dogra Art Museum etc. are few other historic places to visit.
Kheerganga – Kasol, Himanchal
The Parvati Valley, commonly known as the Kheerganga Trek, is situated in Kasol, Himachal Pradesh. The majority of the Kheerganga Trek goes through a forest, which adds to the journey’s excitement and adventure. You will come into contact with nature, waterfalls, etc. Keep a watch for animals along the way.