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Traveling Out During This Dusshera-Diwali Season? No! Then Three Reasons Why You Should

Written by Parth Shukla

The festive season is on its way and it’s not just any festival but one of those which is celebrated with all the grandeur in the world, Dusshera, and Diwali.

So, have you started planning for the same? Or you’re just sitting idle with the thought in mind that this pandemic would ruin your upcoming festive mood as well.

Well! If you don’t already have a plan then we suggest that you should try something different this festive season. While doing something different contains a vast amount of activities, but you already know, what we are heading you towards.

Yes! Travelling it is and before you ask us, why? Let us explain as we take you through three solid reasons to answer your question.

Unburden From The Lockdown Stress

The lock down seems to have taken heavy toll over everyone. Staring from getting really bored to being in a state of depression, we all have been through a lot.

Now, all we’re looking for is something therapeutic and what better option we could have, other than travelling?

Yes! Take the load off and unburden yourself from the stress of the lockdown life by getting away from the inside of your home to the open fields, curvy mountain roads, and well! a lot more.

Go Out Before The Pollution Smog Hits Your Lungs

Diwali is about to arrive in less than a month and with the festival of light comes the festival of breath ailments, as every year pollution levels touch a new high.

So, if you’re someone who really cares about their lungs especially in the times of pandemic where they are already exposed to high risk. It’s tome to move away from the hustle-bustle of this urban life.

Enjoy The Festive Vibe a Little Differently

We have been celebrating Dusshera-Diwali pretty much the same every time, right? We may start by getting on with the historical or mythological importance of the same followed by some ritual, if there may be any. Then moving towards our usual, Ravan Dahan in Dusshera and Cracker bursting during Diwali, is how we end our celebration.

Why not break the routine this time? Enjoy the festive vibe a little differently.

For starters, you can head on to Kullu as they celebrate their special ‘Kullu Dusshera’ in which not only the events are great but the whole atmosphere would engulf you in serenity.

But even if you don’t get to be a part of some special fest, trekking a mountain with shimmering sky line which changes color from green to pink, seems not to bad for a celebration, or does it?

Where To Spend This Dusshera-Diwali Weekend?

We want you to go out this dusshera-diwali weekend and for that Well! we’re not going to leave you hanging with the confusing decision as to where you need to head to. So, we’ll also help out to plan your trip as well.

Now, we can suggest a ton of places that you can visit but we have sorted out a handful of them with each location having a different essence of their own, enjoy.


Kasol is one of the most popular village in Himachal and the reason is evident. Even the image that we used above which is from one of trips makes our bone tinge with the beauty of Kasol.

The nearby Parvati valley and surrounding villages of Jibhi, Tosh, Chalal, Malana, and more, should be enough reason to see how diverse this place is.

Every other person has their own reason for walking into the traveler heading towards Kasol, what’s yours? Haven’t got any, well! Come with us and find out.


When you reach the summit of Chopta trek, you get to see the 360 degree view of nearby attractions such as Nanda devi, chaukhamba, Trishul, Bandarpooch.

This extended view is enough to give you the perspective that while your world revolves around you, it still extends vastly to the unknowns and all you need to do in order to see that, is a trek to a place which is higher than what you were standing at previously.

Kareri Lake

Kareri Lake seems like a place made for meditation and the nature around here, has therapeutic properties. Now, if you’re someone who has been bogged down by life, you know where to unwind and find that inner peace, you’ve been searching for all along.


Bir-Billing was famous for Paragliding but paragliding is more famous because of the the ‘200 INR meme’ from the paragling man, who started cyring and cursing mid-way during his flight.

But not everyone jumps the ship like the paragliding guy, there are some real adventure junkies as well. The individuals Who are looking out for the adventure up in the skies. And for those, Bir-Billing is the end of the tunnel for they can not expect any place better than this to fill up their quota of adrenaline rush.

Well! These were some reasons and recommendations as well, for why you need to travel this Dusshera-Diwali season. Now, if you’ve already been to these places or want to explore something new then fret not, we have a ton of other special trips planned which you can check out by clicking here.

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