Hii loves, So I am invitng a guest posts on my blog too !  To help my readers explore the world. This is the guest post regardnig a travel series.

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Rohit Agarwal a traveller and blogger is of the same opinion and he has enumerated several such places in his blog Trans India Travels

Usually it is during a school trip, college tour, friends jaunt, a family picnic, or a cousin’s only outing that people travel in groups.Travelling in a group has a different kind of thrill to that of travelling solo or just as a couple. Choose some activities to do at this time so that the bonding with each member of the group becomes stronger. An unexplored destination with a less crowd will add to the pleasure.

This list may help you pick some good places.




Nestled amidst the Himalayan slopes, Tosh is a less frequented quaint village in Himachal Pradesh. Indulge your visual senses as you take on the Tosh valley trek, a trail that will take you across the periphery of the mighty Himalayas. A village at the end of the Parvati Valley in Himachal Pradesh, Tosh is situated at a height of 7,874ft and leads to the beautiful Pin Parvati Pass. The Tosh River here is an offshoot of the Parvati River, which suckles into the main river at Pulga. As a group, you can go trekking on these slopes and explore the pristine beauty of the village and have a view of the snow clad mountains. A stay in the wooden houses in the serene atmosphere will be revitalizing.




Tucked between the barren hills, Dhar in Madhya Pradesh is not a regular tourist spot yet it offers a lot to the visitor. Lakes, architectural structures, old embankments, forts and so on take you on a historical path.Dhar is located in the Malwa region of western Madhya Pradesh state in central India. It is the administrative headquarters of Dhar District. The town is located 33 miles (53 km) west of Mhow, 908 ft (277 m) above sea level. It is picturesquely situated among lakes and trees surrounded by barren hills, and possesses, besides its old ramparts, many interesting buildings, both Hindu and Muslim, some of them containing records of cultural and historical importance. For a good family time just picnic nearby the lake singing, dancing, savouring the local cuisine and viewing the spectacular vistas around.




Chopta is also known as “Mini Switzerland“, and is getting popular year after year. Chopta Hill Station is located at an altitude of 2700 mts, in the Rudraprayag District of Uttarakhand State. Chopta is surrounded by dense forest, and offers majestic view of Snow Clad Himalayan Ranges and lush green meadows.

It is also the starting point of the trek to famous Tungnath Mandir (Panch Kedar Temple) and Chandrashila Summit . The Chopta region is rich in varied flora and fauna, with plenty of Rhododendron and Deodar trees all around.

Hidden amidst the snow-covered mountains and thick forests in Uttarakhand is Chopta a village not to be missed. Go hiking with friends amidst the towering trees, mystical meadows and the snowy backdrop of the Himalayas. Deori Tal, Ukhimath, Musk Deer Sanctuary are a must visit places to enjoy an outing as group.




This beautiful rocky hill range is situated at about 1226 Meters (4021ft.) high in Kolar district around Bangalore.Mystic caves, volcanic rocks, hilly terrains, rocky slopes all in one place that is Anthargange Karnataka. Take camping equipment when you visit this place during your college tour or family outing. Camping here amidst the lap of nature and getting back to the primitive lifestyle will take you away from the humdrum of the city life and leave you refreshed.




Positioned in the midst of the evergreen forests of Western Ghats Is Wayanad. Hire a boat and go riding with friends in the fresh water Pookot Lake lying at the pedestal of the hills here. Rare species of birds, insects, and animals have made the forests here their habitat. Sighting them along with the lush green vegetation will be a good pastime.

These are some the famous places to visit in group or with family if you are planning this year !

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