5 Places To Go From Delhi To Give Your Lungs A Breather

globalmovie     10 Nov,2016         No Comment

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Delhi is slowly becoming a gas chamber and it’s important for you to escape this weather till the time it’s resolved.

While the government is trying for artificial rains and people are stepping out wearing masks, we’d really suggest you step out of Delhi to give your lungs that required breather.

So here are 5 places which are nearby from Delhi and will give you all the fresh air you need. Take a look.

Shimla – Escaping a routine and tons of pollution is the need of the hour. And Shimla is the perfect place which gives you a city feel yet is uphill.In Delhi, you might be missing out fresh air but here you can enjoy short treks and plenty of clean air.

Jim Corbett – This is the oldest national park and you can enjoy the natural beauty of the valley. This season is best to travel through thick jungles engulfing plenty of oxygen in this beautiful paradise. Take up a nice resort, get your favourite book and you are sorted.

Lansdowne – This is the quietest hill stations of India, which is why we need this place in our lives all the more.  Lansdowne is surrounded with thick oak and blue pine forests in the Pauri Garhwal district making it eco-friendly.

Kasauli – It’s a year-round weekend getaway from Delhi and Chandigarh.This destination is ideal for nature walks and deep breathing. The walk is serene and refreshing and offers the best panoramic views of Himalayan peaks in the distance.

Pangot – This place will provide peace to humans and wild life. A little ahead of Nainital, Pangot is a small town where you can enjoy breeze and bird watching.

You can see a variety of Himalayan bird species such as, Lammergeier, Himalayan griffon, blue-winged Minla, spotted & slaty-backed Forktail, Rufous-bellied Woodpecker, Rufous-bellied Niltava, Khalij pheasant, cheer pheasant and a variety of thrushes etc.

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